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[S1E13] The Final Joke

  • The Final Joke Season 1 Episode 13 DetailsLength22:55Release DateFebruary 21, 2020DirectorBrandon McKinneyWriterTom HyndmanHarley Quinn Previous Next "Devil's Snare" "New Gotham" All Season 1 Episodes Til Death Do Us Part

  • A High Bar

  • So You Need a Crew?

  • Finding Mr. Right

  • Being Harley Quinn

  • You're a Damn Good Cop, Jim Gordon

  • The Line

  • L.O.D.R.S.V.P.

  • A Seat at the Table

  • Bensonhurst

  • Harley Quinn Highway

  • Devil's Snare

  • The Final Joke

"The Final Joke" is the thirteenth and final episode of the first season of Harley Quinn. It is the thirteenth episode of the series overall. It was released on February 21, 2020 on DC Universe.

[S1E13] The Final Joke

Joker spends the next week torturing his captives (prying out King Shark's for a necklace; forcing Dr. Psycho to watch non-stop footage of feminist rallies; spinning Clayface around like a clay jar in an art class; pushing Sy down a tall flight of stairs) while ruling Gotham with an iron fist (regularly telling jokes on TV and sending vans to kill anyone who doesn't laugh). He also taunts the populace by using the captured Batman in a giant cuckoo clock.

On the day of the Physics Bowl, Sheldon arrives with his team, which is comprised of poorly educated people (presumably) who only serve to qualify him, as the rules state that each team must consist of four people. Penny is there to support them, but soon falls asleep. Both teams rapidly increase their points and, when the final question arrives, the score stands at 1150 for AA (Sheldon's team) and 1175 for PMS (Leonard's team). The last question proves too difficult for PMS, and, in the end, Leonard panics and incorrectly guesses "8.4". They soon notice that Sheldon, who has answered every question for his team, doesn't have an answer either, when suddenly, the third floor janitor (one of his teammates) turns out to be a former U.S.S.R. physicist (credited as Dimitri and portrayed by Adam Gregor) from Saint Petersburg - Leningrad Polytechnika and states the correct answer of "minus eight pi alpha". In disbelief, Sheldon's pride gets in the way and denies that answer to be AA's official answer, and declines to provide one after his childish demand for a different question is denied. Before the winner is announced, Leonard offers Sheldon a chance at redemption, asking if he'd rather lose by himself or win as part of a team. Sheldon simply replies that he doesn't understand the question. PMS is declared the winner, and the team celebrates (Howard tearing off his T-shirt in the process) to Queen's "We are the Champions". Penny is still asleep in the audience.

The ending of Harley Quinn's season 1 finale left many questions unanswered, even as it saw Harley accomplish all of her dreams. True, Gotham City was largely destroyed in the process, but you can't make an omelette without destroying several city blocks. At least not if you're Harley Quinn.

In the end, it fell to Harley and Harley alone to save the day; a task she was truly unprepared for. Still, in the end, she got by with a little help from her friends and a massive earthquake brought on by Poison Ivy's resurrection. But we'll just say it was the power of friendship and call it even. Here's all the big questions demanding answers after the season finale of Harley Quinn.

The fate of The Joker following the collapse of his tower is somewhat more certain than Batman's. The last scene of Harley Quinn's season 1 finale shows a white hand emerge from the earth as a familiar laugh fills the air, just before the hand goes limp. While this seems to suggest that The Joker may have succumb to his injuries, it seems unlikely that The Joker would be permanently killed off, as he's too rich a source for continuing drama in Harley's life.

When Harley was pondering her next move while on the run from The Joker, she visited Poison Ivy's grave in Gotham City's largest park and was shocked to discover that Kite Man and Frank the Plant were living there. The two informed her of Joker's plan to kill her crew before throwing a wild 80's theme party that night. ("You don't have to dress up, but it's strongly suggested.") Strangely enough, both Frank and Kite Man were absent from the group of Harley's friends who watched Gotham burn in the penultimate scene of Harley Quinn's season 1 finale. Did they survive being at Ground Zero of the earthquake triggered by Ivy's resurrection and Joker's tower collapsing? Or did Harley and Ivy just forget about inviting them to the party?

The Hilltop member, who was first introduced on the season nine premiere, hasn't appeared on the show since the season 10 finale. But it looks like he decided to hang back with Maggie instead of venture off to the Commonwealth.

Later in the episode, we learn that Negan sent Jesse to the Hilltop to seek out Maggie to aid in helping Aaron and Father Gabriel. Upon a second watch, you realize Jesse's final words were about the Commonwealth, but they weren't that helpful. He didn't even try to ask for Maggie.

Gabriel tells the churchgoers that the verse is about "a rich father's wayward son." who "squandered his riches on decadence and wild living." When he was finally in need, he went back to his father to beg forgiveness.

"Can't Fix Crazy" is the thirteenth and final episode of the first season of Orange Is the New Black. It is the thirteenth episode of the series overall. It premiered on July 11, 2013. It was written by Tara Herrmann and Jenji Kohan, and directed by Michael Trim.

Amanda and Daniel were husband and wife. They met for the first time during the Memorial Day Party when Amanda dropped a glass on Daniel. They got engaged two times before getting married, but their marriage didn't last that much because Daniel discovered that Amanda had been lying to him. After that they became enemies, trying to destroy each other, until they make peace in Daniel's final moments before he died.

Daniel: How many Harvard men does it take to screw in a light bulb?Emily: I don't know. How many?Daniel: One, and the whole world just revolves around him. One more?Emily: Drink or joke?Daniel: Either. Both.Emily: Mm, neither. I am just buzzed enough to find that last joke funny. One more, and I might think that you meant it. But don't let me stop you.Daniel: Oh, no, no. I've had about all the club soda I can take.Emily: You don't drink?Daniel: Used to... Epically.Emily: Hmm.Daniel: I gotta admit, it's... it's nice meeting someone who never knew the old me.

The episode opens immediately after the last left off, in Lux with a dead man. Lucifer tells Chloe that he didn't kill Jacob, and she says that it doesn't matter what she believes. He replies that is all that matters. Chloe then orders him to put his hands up. Laughing bitterly, Lucifer says that the joke is on him, and Chloe tells him to come peacefully. He advances on her, hurt, and says, "I'm accepting my role in all of this. All of humanity's sins are the Devil's fault, right? I mean, I thought you knew different, but I was wrong. You're just like all the others. So, why not add one more murder to the pile?" She tries to tell him that's not how it is, but he confronts a rookie, taunting him, and reaches into his pocket, the man panics and shoots even as Chloe screams, "Don't!" Lucifer vanishes, and Chloe tells the officers to search the area.

Lucifer is deposited on the roof by Amenadiel. Lucifer asks, "Can we not tell anyone you just carried me in your arms like a baby?" Amenadiel wants to know what Lucifer was trying to accomplish. Lucifer replies, "...a good death? Or at least a nice and messy one. But then you had to come and ruin everything, like always. Why'd you swoop in and stop it? Wouldn't let someone else send me to Hell, is that it? Well, guess what, brother, you don't need to kill me, because I'm done here. I've had my fun on Earth, and... there's no reason for me to stay anymore. You win. I'll go willingly. Please, just... take me back to Hell." Amenadiel refuses, having finally realized Lucifer is right and that people have died because of what he did to get his brother to go back to Hell.

Meanwhile, in Linda's office, Linda is told Amenadiel is Lucifer's brother, and they hope that she can fix their problems. She asks if Amenadiel is even a doctor, and Lucifer scoffs, "No, of course, he isn't. Gosh, if he had any clue about human nature, we wouldn't be in this mess." Amenadiel counter criticizes his brother, until Linda tells them to stop. She points out that Amenadiel lied to her about being a therapist so he could manipulate Lucifer, and that everything is a joke to Lucifer, "And yet, for some reason, I take you seriously, even when you insist on clinging to these ridiculous metaphors... Heaven, Hell, angels, devils." And that every time Lucifer comes to a moment of realization about himself, he takes it in the exact wrong direction. Lucifer exemplifies this by taking what she said and realizing that Malcolm will need to get a fake ID to start a new life, thanks Linda for her advice, and leaves with Amenadiel. 041b061a72




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