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A vast improvement over season 1. The show holds a LOT of potential -- the humor within is at times hilarious, but it just isn't consistent enough. Here are my pros and cons:
+ Humor is at times brilliant: for example one episode starts off with two adult nerds debating whether they should watch "Harley Quinn" , and this gradually degenerates into a argument as to whether "Star Wars: The Last Jedi" should be considered canon or not! Another episode shows Harley and Ivy flying off to Themiscara in an invisible commericial jet (complete with invisible air crew!), where Themiscara has been turned into a 5-Star Hotel resort by a mischievous Greek Goddess, Eris! + Soundtrack is outstanding!
- Humor is just too inconsistent. The first half of the season has a lot of great comical moments, but these all but vanish by the second half of the season. - most of the minor characters are incredibly annoying, Kingshark, Clayface and Sy Borgmann in particular.
IMO the show has a lot of potential, if the writers can try and keep the humor consistent throughout the entire season.
The second season of Justin Halpern, Patrick Schumacker, and Dean Lorey’s “Harley Quinn” picks up following the events of season one, weeks after the Joker’s (Alan Tudyk) defeat and Batman’s (Diedrich Bader) disappearance, adapting the No Man’s Land storyline that ran through the Batman titles in 1999. The Legion of Doom has divided Gotham into territories ruled over by Penguin (Wayne Knight), Riddler (Jim Rash), Bane (James Adomian), Two-Face (Andy Daly), and Mr. Freeze (Alfred Molina). Given a small territory, Harley Quinn rebels against them, eventually needing the help of Poison Ivy (Lake Bell), Catwoman (Sanaa Lathan), and Kite Man (Matt Oberg). The result is a season just as fun as the first and perfectly in character for Harley. A must-watch for fans!
Not as good as season one but still better than Zack Snyder’s Justice League... needed more heroes... definitely needed more Bane... Bane stole several scenes in season one that were so funny... I watched season one over and over... hoping for season three...