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"Violent Reactions": The batmobile falls to the river with Batman and Robin inside. When the car hits the water, airbags near the wheels inflate and they float to the nearest shore.


Quote1 I can give you relief, honey. Permanent relief. Sweet relief. Quote2
-- Poison Ivy



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Synopsis for "Violent Reactions"

The batmobile falls to the river with Batman and Robin inside. When the car hits the water, airbags near the wheels inflate and they float to the nearest shore.

The Allergent's feat has cost him most of his defoliant, and he sets out to steal more chemicals so he can create more herbicide. Meanwhile in Arkham Asylum, Poison Ivy takes two doctors hostages. She demands a car and way out.

The new police commissioner Andy Howe takes the job from Sarah Essen, and she pays a visit to the elected mayor Marion Grange.

Meanwhile, Batman and Robin search for info on Veezey, and they learn about the man's allergies. When they start looking for him, he appears out of nowhere, and they follow him to Gotham Park.

Allergent finds Ivy waiting for him in the park. She is about to give Veezey her lethal kiss when Batman and Robin arrive. Batman engages in combat with Ivy while Robin tries to stop Allergent from detonating the gas bomb in the park. Robin drives Allergent's truck to the park's lake where the bomb deactivates.

Allergent crawls out of the water, only to be taken by Lock-Up. Batman fights Ivy carefully, avoiding the touch of her nails and lips. Ivy is in a rage and ends up on top of Batman, trying once more to kiss him. Batman knocks her out and calls the police to take her back to Arkham.

At the GCPD Headquarters, the new commissioner is overwhelmed by his new job and refuses to leave his office. The entire department watches, and Harvey Bullock makes fun of the guy.



Notes

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  • The poison used by Ivy is mispelled as amsaenium triphyllum. The correct spelling is Arisaema triphyllum.
  • There are small references to Curare and Grevillea mimosoides; both plants with poisonous effects.



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