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This is general information about production inconsistencies, mistakes and external references related to the episode Harley's Holiday from season two of Batman: The Animated Series.

  • This is the first episode in which Harley appears (in a non-cameo role) without the Joker.
  • While screaming and being returned to his cell, the Scarecrow screams all should feel anguish towards him as the "God of Fear". In the comics, "God of Fear" was actually a title that Scarecrow took when he sent all of Gotham in a panic shortly after Bane broke Batman's back (and Jean Paul Valley took the mantle of Batman).
  • Harley's tirade and Batman's commiseration with her echoes dialogue from Alan Moore's celebrated Batman story The Killing Joke, in which the Joker says that all it takes to turn a sane man into a lunatic is "one really bad day" and then shrewdly asks Batman whether something like that happened to him as well.
  • Harley's line "Call me Harley. Everyone does." is used in a tape recording of Harley's start at Arkham in Batman: Arkham Asylum.
  • This is one of two episodes of Batman: The Animated Series that begins with Batman and Robin escorting the apprehended Scarecrow back to Arkham Asylum. The other one is "Lock-Up". Interestingly, these episodes were produced back-to-back.
  • This episode is Arleen Sorkin's second favorite episode.

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