My favorite character… do you pick favorites among your children? Probably have to go with Bane, he is hilarious. But they all are good.
My favorite moment from the season was probably when Joker betrayed Harley the second time after she joined the Legion of Doom. Seeing her fall with tears, curl into the fetal position, then Batman’s Batplane catch her and his “some things never change Quinn” with Deidrich Bader’s perfect delivery… they managed to hit me right in the feels when mere seconds ago I was laughing. Not an easy thing to do well, but this one did that great especially in the later part of the season.
Special mention to the memory of Harley playing with her dolls, that was funny.
My favorite episode was probably A High Bar. The interactions with Harley and Kiteman and the shenanigans during the bar mitzvah in general was great.
I am neutral about the joker. Seemed a fitting end after him being more or less the big bad of the season. But at the same time, does anyone believe he is really not coming back?
I predict Harley will at least briefly be the queen of Gotham in the beginning, likely before someone takes over and Harley and her Crew have to win it back.
As for what I want to see. I want Catwoman for sure, The Gotham City Sirens should be together for at least 1 episode. I also want to see more characters from the recent comics. Red Tool, Big Tony, Power Girl and Goat Man would all be perfect for this show.
I also am hoping that we see Harley and Ivy get together. Not so much for my personal likes, because I am ok with either of them, they are interesting as just gal pals. But there was a lot of hinting in interviews with the producers and even Lake Bell and Kaley Cuoco that we would get that. And obviously we didn’t in season 1 (I know some argued there was subtext but I found it very small subtext that might not even be intentional) but I know they did season 2 by then also. So I really hope for the fans who want it’s sake they didn’t just pull the trick a lot of shows seem to do now when asked a question like that. Which is hint it heavily without saying yes, or say how much you hope they do, then when they don’t deliver just hope no one remembers it was their interview that got their hopes up.
I realized that people involved in a show are put in a tough spot when given a question like that. But not liking the only way to respond to it seems to be to just imply yes either way. Not real fair to the fans who it would mean a lot to to see.