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Discussion in 'The DC Comics Animation Forum' started by torifel, Mar 18, 2002.
I was thinking about the quote and then it hit me:
Is it Harley Quinn in Joker's Millions ?
Ohhh, iongkyle, methinks you're right. Why didn't I think of that? *HITS HEAD AGAINST WALL...REPEATEDLY*
Right you are. At least one of my quotes were a slight difficult.
Aha! My turn again!
"For you, Harvey."
I'm sure its easy though.
That was Batman at the end of "Two-Face, Part 2."
"Who said anything about jail?"
That's Batman to the guru guy in NEVER FEAR.
"Anyone else want their weeds whacked?"
Robin in House and Garden?
Yeah, WAY too easy, I know. You're up, Al! *POKE*
Awesome! It's been a while!
"I'm sorry...I'm not following you."
*SCRATCHES HEAD* Awww man, I'm stumped.
Just don't worry about it so much....
*that's the hint...I'm no good at them *
I'm STILL stumped! *WHINES* It can't be Batman in HOUSE AND GARDEN, but I can't think of any other instance where it would work.
It's not "following" in a physical sense...it's as though the person speaking doesn't understand what he/she is replying to....as in, "I don't follow your train of thought."
Know what I mean?
And remember my hint...."don't worry...."
Hmmm...Alfred to Batman in the Batcave in THE WORRY MEN. I still don't know, though.
I just don't follow, Al!
Hehe, not quite, Tim....although ONE of the characters you mentioned is either present in the scene or makes the comment himself.
The scene involves an office setting....
...Bruce Wayne to Doctor March in ON LEATHER WINGS?
Man, am I the only one trying at this?
Nope. You had the right episode the first time.
I'm not 100%, but wasn't that Bruce to his secretary in "The Worry Men"?
Take it away, Selena!
Wait...Alfred is LIKE a secretary...so that means I win.