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'Harley Quinn' Valentine's Day special trailer reveals she's so good at sex that it's a problem


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HBO Max has released a trailer for the upcoming Harley Quinn Valentine's Day special, giving us a look at Harley and Poison Ivy's romantic plans getting thoroughly derailed by an excellent railing. They clearly don't have the same sexual hangups as Batman.

Harley Quinn: A Very Problematic Valentine's Day Special follows Harley and Ivy's first Valentine's Day as a couple, with the duo's relationship still going strong by the end of season 3. While Ivy is content keeping the celebrations low-key, Harley is thrilled at the opportunity to do "cheesy shit" with her girlfriend, and determined to make it "the best VD ever!"

This apparently involves making Ivy orgasm so hard that she loses control of her powers and makes everyone start fornicating in the streets.

"Oh, you can't possibly be mad at me for getting you off too good," Harley says in her own defence. "That is not a thing!"

Harley Quinn: A Very Problematic Valentine's Day Special premieres Feb. 9 on HBO Max.

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