I love that Riddler is basically just part of the crew now. Also, great to see Frank and Sy again! I missed those jerks.
I love these deep cuts. Characters who you’d never think you’d see in animation.
I asked the showrunners about this once. They say that what they do is they’ll have a role for a particular type of character in a story, and then go deep in the DC encyclopedia to find someone who fits the bill. The character’s popularity is not a factor.
Firefly’s flamethrower, Firefly’s flamethrower, Firefly’s flamethrower, Firefly’s flamethrower, Firefly’s flamethrower.
Wait, so is Ivy vegetarian? That doesn’t make sense. She doesn’t eat meat, but she eats plants? If she loves plants so much, it’d be the other way around.
I think that’s my favorite interaction so far. And I loved the look Catwoman gave Harley when Ivy was just going off on a tangent. God, these characters would be amazing in a GCS spin-off.
I’ve thought about this a lot, and I think you’ve got to think bigger picture. Meat consumption has a way bigger environmental impact than vegetarianism.
Bookmarking that article for later reading. But if eating animals affects the environment, isn’t vegetarianism still straight-up plant murder? Most people wouldn’t think of it that way since they don’t really see plants as alive, but Ivy certainly would see plants as living beings. So I don’t see how her continuing to eat plants makes sense for her character. Maybe going vegan is the answer for her? I don’t know much about what constitutes a “vegan,” I’ll be honest, but don’t vegans only eat foods that come from neither animals nor plants? Idk, I could be way off on that.
Pardon me for butting in on this conversation, but it’s something I’ve thought about as well. Many vegetarians abstain from meat, but some eat dairy products or eggs. I believe vegans consume nothing from animals, but they certainly eat plant products.
When it comes to Ivy, I think it’s just something that’s a part of her character. There are carnivorous plants, so maybe she’s like that? I could have sworn she ate a bug in one of the comics. Maybe it was the wedding issues with Batman and Catwoman? Can’t remember, but I believe it happened. So, she shouldn’t be above eating things that other carnivorous plants in the world eat. Don’t know if they eat other plants (or how), but there’s that.
I think in the DC Super Hero Girls show Ivy was a carnivore.
Was LITERALLY just thinking about that!
There’s a really funny short online that shows her aversion to eating plants
That’s probably where it was illegally dumped in the first place.
Does that make it okay, though?
Yep! It was weird to think about but makes sense from the whole “plants are people” viewpoint though the environmental one @HubCityQuestion brought up makes me think Ivy never eats and is just sustained by the sun and soil.
Ah, yes. The question people always ask about Ivy. Eating a fruit, for example, is completely different from eating a root. Plants need their roots to survive, but they benefit from animals eating their fruit and pooping out the seeds at a different location.
Ha! I knew Riddler was gonna use the bottles they were throwing at him to escape…
What? He didn’t escape? What a weirdo.
I feel like the fact we didn’t see Ivy say yes means we’re going to get a surprise next episode…it won’t be that easy for them.
Not to mention the scene from the trailer showing Ivy and Harley holding hands happened and we were mislead! Or we hoped for something more…
Here’s hoping Ivy and Kiteman’s drama is Harley Ivy
Every easter egg in the museum, if y’all are interested:
Was just thinking that in Season 1, Ivy briefly laments being unable to pull off a “kitten heel.” Stealth foreshadowing to Selina’s influence on her?
this show is literally the only reason why i have DCU!!! keep it up! it’s great :)! :: ::