Batman Character Guide [INTERACTIVE]
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Synopsis for "The Runaway Bridesmaid"
Appearing in "The Runaway Bridesmaid"
- Harley Quinn's Crew
- Kite Man
- Frank the Plant (Flashback and main story)
- Nora Fries
- Gotham City Police Department
- Commissioner James Gordon
- Condiment King (Apparent Death) (Flashback only)
- Becca (Condiment King's fiancee) (Apparent Death) (Flashback only)
- Justice League (All Cameos)
- Tawny Young
- Doctor Psycho (Cameo)
- The Riddler (Cameo)
- Gotham City Mayor
- Wedding Guests (All Cameos)
- New new Gotham City
- Poison Ivy's "Just Married" car
- Gotham City Police Department squad cars
- No notes.
- This episode was originally listed as "The Runaway Bridesmaid" when it was first released on DC Universe, a reference to the 1999 film Runaway Bride. However, the actual title of the episode is "Something Borrowed, Something Green" which is used on HBO Max and for the DVD release. Patrick Schumacker confirmed that "The Runaway Bridesmaid" was the episode's original temp title which got logged on DC Universe. The actual title was changed to "Something Borrowed, Something Green" because the temp title "isn't really accurate to the story" of the episode.
- When Kite-Man picks up the seemingly dead body of Poison Ivy, it references the famous scene of Superman picking up the dead body of Supergirl from Crisis on Infinite Earths.
- The final scene in which Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy are driving away into a sunset is a nod to their first team up ever which occurred in Batman (1992 TV Series) Episode: Harley and Ivy. The scene in that episode was, in turn, a reference to the film Thelma & Louise.
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Links and References
- @PMSchumacker (June 13, 2020). Yeah it’s a boring one. We always have temp titles for episodes and then change our minds about them later. Sometimes the temp ones get logged as the real ones. “Something Borrowed, Something Green” is the episode title
- @PMSchumacker (June 20, 2020). The title change scoop is that we liked "Something Borrowed, Something Green" better than "Runaway Bridesmaid," which sounded fun but, once you see the episode, you'll see it isn't really accurate to the story.