At long last, the ComicBook.com team assembled with the crew behind DC Universe's Harley Quinn for an epic #QuarantineWatchParty. Friday night, producers Patrick Schumacker, Justin Halpern, and Dean Lorey joined ComicBook Nation as everyone participating watched the two most recent episodes of the show — "All the Best Inmates Have Daddy Issues" and "There's No Place to Go But Down."
Between Schumacker, Halpern, Lorey, and a few surprise guests that joined throughout the night, plenty of behind the scenes tidbits were revealed, some of which we captured below. Should you want to see everything that happened, head on over to Twitter and search the #QuarantineWatchParty and #HarleyQuinn hashtags.
Keep scrolling to see what everyone was saying about the Harley Quinn watch party! Be sure to stay tuned to ComicBook.com for the latest news regarding our next watch party!
Tudyk Is the Man
It's in the Details
Oh hi! Harley’s composer here.⁰Throughout the flashback, all the usual themes were skewed a touch to make this ep feel more like a BTAS ep. Here, Ivy’s theme has more orch and less synths than usual. The drums help sell her more primal look.⁰#QuarantineWatchParty #HarleyQuinn— Jefferson Friedman (@_jeffeff_) May 16, 2020
Dark Knight Throwback
Now THAT'S Method Acting!
Shout out to @TVsAndyDaly for voicing Harvey Dent/Two-Face in our show. He's an effing maniac in real life! And also half of Andy's face was hideously dissolved! #DCUHarleyQuinn #HarleyQuinn #QuarantineWatchParty— Patrick Schumacker (@PMSchumacker) May 16, 2020
Quick S/O Uber Eats
When Uber Eats messes up your order... pic.twitter.com/ljVmXan0RE— The F’n Nerds Podcast (@fn_nerds) May 16, 2020
Keep the Car Running
Did Someone Say John Wick?
This scene of Gordon going on a murder spree (?) in the GCPD precinct was originally like four full pages of John Wick-inspired prose. This is what it was cut down to: #QuarantineWatchParty #Dcuharleyquinn #harleyquinnshow pic.twitter.com/Q9EUR1sZ4u— Patrick Schumacker (@PMSchumacker) May 16, 2020
Stans Gonna Stan
Doctors Pam & Harleen
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