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Review: ‘Harley Quinn’ Season 1 Episode 12 “Devil’s Snare”
Director: Juan Jose Meza-Leon
Writer: Jane Becker
Starring: Kaley Cuoco, Lake Bell, Jason Alexander, Diedrich Bader, Ron Funches, Tony Hale, Christopher Meloni, Alan Tudyk, Vanessa Marshall, Matt Oberg, Wanda Sykes, James Wolk
Review By Kendra Hale
“Devil’s Snare” gives us a doozy of a situation. After Harley and the gang failed to stop Scarecrow’s plan, Ms Quinn and Ivy inform the crew that things have indeed gone sideways in the best way possible, by running towards them…screaming! Before we dive fully in, if you haven’t caught up on the show, click here. For my previous reviews, click here. All ready? Let’s go!
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In “Devil’s Snare” we get answers to many questions left over from previous episodes. As the series rages towards a close for Season 1, we get to see just who the mastermind is to the plan playing out. Gotham, however, may not survive the fallout as everything begins to unravel. All secrets are coming out into the open and with this action-packed episode, you’d best not blink. We get not only out normal action and comedy, but this cliffhanger episode before the finale gives us our first taste of tears. Definitely have tissues ready to go for this heart-wrenching episode.
Harley and Ivy struggle to fend off tree monsters and have to deal with heroes and villains alike. It Seems that the trees are just a distraction and the gang finds that out the hard way. The gang has definitely bitten off more than they can chew, and everything they’ve worked so hard for seems to be unravelling, as the first strike goes to the villains. It remains to be seen whether the gang will pull out a win this time…
Aw, He’s Just A Kid
As we head to the final episode, it’s great to see everything coming together. “Devil’s Snare” gives us yet another perfect combo of both voice acting and animation. This series has perfectly given us relatable, real versions of beloved characters in a funny and delightful way. It’s going to be sad to say goodbye to the gang, even if only for a small amount of time. However, I am glad that Ivy and Kite Man are finally coming clean with everyone, even if Harley is the last to figure it all out.
“Devil’s Snare” had a lot going on and packed quite a punch. Laughter and tears aside, it leaves us patiently waiting for what’s still to come.
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