Robin: I'm just sorry she got away.
Batman: Me too, Robin. But I don't think we'll see her again anytime soon. Ivy lost everything she had, everything she said she ever wanted. For what is worth, I believed her when she told me that for the first time in her life she was happy. Today's BTAS shot is from an episode titled "House and Garden" the 70th produced, 66th to air. We start the episode off by seeing a huge lurking plant like being breaking into an apartment and then into a safe, knocking out the person inside in the process. We then get taken to the next day where we see Commissioner Gordon looking over a green residue left by the intruder. An analysis shows it to be a poison similar to that of Poison Ivy, Batman shows up and says it's got to be her. Gordon explains that she's married with children and deemed reformed by Arkham, but Batman doesn't buy it, so him and Gordon go to pay her and her family a visit and see nothing of suspicion and Ivy seems to have genuinely changed. Then we see the plant creature at Gotham U take Dick Grayson by surprise, knocking him out and taking him hostage in order to get money from Bruce Wayne. Batman instead of giving up right away tracks Ivy from afar to see if she was lying, but only sees her enjoying life as a housewife. Bruce heads to the dock to drop the money in exchange for Dick Grayson and they end up fighting and taking on the plant monster but it escapes. Batman and Robin get back and Batman explains how it's definitely not Ivy behind the plant related crimes and that her and the two boys from her husbands previous marriage are seemingly happy. Robin, however, was in a class taught by Ivy's husband Steven Carlyle and met his kids, which are girls! Batman pulls a U turn in the Batmobile and they head to Ivys house. In the basement they find a whole growing set up, but it's not for plants, but human like pods! Ivy enters and I will leave the conclusion for you to see!