When Does Harley Quinn Season 1 Episode 6 Premiere?

‘Harley Quinn’, the animated series, follows the rise of the titular character as she teams up with Poison Ivy and attempts to enter the Legion of Doom. The show has spanned five remarkable episodes to date, tracing the journey of Harley and her team. Let’s now take you through the details of the upcoming episode 6 and a quick recap of the fifth episode.

Harley Quinn Episode 6 Release Date: When Will It Premiere?

‘Harley Quinn’ Season 1 Episode 6 is slated to be released on Friday, January 3, 2020, at 9 AM ET or 6 AM PT on DC Universe. The season is going to have 13 episodes and they are being released weekly. Titled ‘You’re a Damn Good Cop, Jim Gordon’, episode 6 follows the story after Clayface loses his (sentient) arm in a heist that does not go as planned.

You can also watch the promo clip below for episode 6 to understand what it promises to bring for its viewers:

Where to Watch Harley Quinn Episode 6 Online?

You can watch ‘Harley Quinn’ season 1 episode 6 by tuning into DC Universe if you have a cable subscription for the channel. You can also watch it online on the official DC Universe website. There is a free trial after which you are charged. DC Universe is available on devices like iOS and Android, Macs and PCs, Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, and Chromecast.

Notably, the first episode was made available for free on DC Universe’s YouTube channel, so keep an eye out in case other episodes are released there as well. You can also watch the show by subscribing to Fubo TV and TBS.

Harley Quinn Episode 5 Recap:

Episode 5 from ‘Harley Quinn’ really stands out from the rest — by trying to give us a deeper insight into the life of the titular character and attempting to explain her existence without the Joker. A huge chunk of this episode focuses on Harley’s psyche as her friends enter her subconscious and attempt to meddle with her thoughts, memories, and emotions.

At the beginning of the episode, we follow Harley, Poison Ivy, and a real estate agent, who is showing the duo various villain hideout lairs. The titular anti-hero wants her own place because she wishes to finally move out from the shadow of the Joker. But when she is unsuccessful in finding the right lair, she goes into a breakdown — causing her friends to enter her subconscious.

While Ivy, Dr. Psycho, Clayface, and King Shark are busy shuffling through Harley’s memories, their old landlord Sy Borgman sees that the entire gang is apparently dead and he thinks they committed mass suicide. There’s a pretty dark twist when Sy attempts to burn the bodies.

Meanwhile, the crew is all hell-bent on exploring the depths of Harley’s life and trauma. We meet her childhood crush and see her when she was a spoilt brat of a kid. As a result, we get a clearer idea about Harley and understand why she wants to be the villainous super-queen. Additionally, we also learn that Harley will be able to reach her full potential only when she leaves playing the victim and takes control of her past, present, and future.

Finally, she does realize that she needs to let go of her weaknesses and rise in her more positive self. The realization comes just in the nick of time, saving the entire gang from Sy’s incinerator. Harley also rents the ramshackle mall for $1 a month. The episode ends on a happy note with Harley finally finding a place to call home.

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