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Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy were hanging out at Ivy's place in Halloween night. Harley complained that they should be out in town but Ivy disagreed. Harley became upset and cried remembering her past Halloweens with Joker. Ivy told

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Trick or Trick?, Part I is an episode of season 1 of Gotham Girls. It premiered on August 24, 2000.

Synopsis for "Trick or Trick, Part One"

Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy were hanging out at Ivy's place in Halloween night. Harley complained that they should be out in town but Ivy disagreed. Harley became upset and cried remembering her past Halloweens with Joker. Ivy told her to stop crying or she won't give Harley her present. Harley stopped at once and Ivy showed her the present. It was a human size Joker doll. Harley was really happy and realized that she had nothing for Ivy and decided to go out looking for something for her.

Harley arrived at a pawn shop and looked at the things in the showcase. She wasn't sure of what to get Ivy but as soon as she spotted a diamond necklace, she broke that glass and stole it. However the necklace was for her and she still was looking for something to give to Ivy. Harley noticed a shadow approaching her and then she realized it was Batgirl's shadow. Harley knew that she had found the perfect gift for Ivy.

Appearing in "Trick or Trick, Part One"

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  • Batgirl (Apparently the real one)

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Trivia

  • In the interactive segment, during the moments when Harley Quinn is at the pawn shop, there is a prompt to help her decide what to get, including a Ming vase, a moose head, and scuba gear, as well as the diamond necklace. The first three cause her to imagine Poison Ivy with them. Choosing the necklace advances the cartoon.
  • This episode features a slider puzzle game. The player wins after arranging the picture of Harley and the Joker doll.


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