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DC Universe “Harley Quinn” Makes Ivy-Harley Relationship OFFICIAL

DC Universe’s “Harley Quinn” has just aired its season two finale, ending with Harley and Poison Ivy finally becoming a couple.

Season/Episode Spoilers Ahead

No really, if you haven’t caught up on the show, THAR BE SPOILERS HERE.

While in they started as friends in the the first season, the idea had been played with throughout its second. As we reported earlier this month, show-runner Patrick Schumacker stated that,


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 “It [the relationship] will develop more, and it’s definitely going to evolve into, I think, what a lot of people are hoping it will.What I can say is, we wanted to do it  – it was always on the table… it felt interesting to us or felt like, maybe even important to us, to do it.”


Sharing their first kiss in season 2 episode 7 titled “There’s No Place to Go But Down,” the marriage of Ivy (Lake Bell) and Kite Man (Matt Oberg) complicated the relationship. Not only that, but Ivy’s’ own reservations about Harley (Kaley Cuoco) was another roadblock to their relationship. All this came to head in the season finale, ” The Runaway Bridesmaid”.

As Harley and Ivy leave the latters’ wedding, they confess their romantic love for each other Screen Shot via ‘Harley Quinn’ / DC Universe

Since the penultimate episode had dealt with the season main obstacles, the Injustice League and Harleys’ revenge, this one dealt with the emotional buildup of Harley and Ivy thats’ taken place throughout the season.

The wedding of Poison Ivy and Kite Man in the old Gotham corn factory.
Screen Shot via ‘Harley Quinn’ / DC Universe

Commissioner Gordon comes to Ivy’s wedding to arrest her and her criminal guests, and Harley Tries to stop it. While at first successful, Quinn turns the tide and fights back the police. Kite Man says that he’s aware that his fiance doesn’t truly love him and leaves. While running from the police, the two women say that they love each other, kiss, curtain closes on this season.

So what did you think of this season of DC Universe’s “Harley Quinn?” Let us know in the comments down below!

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