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Throughout the DCAU, certain characters have appeared to directly interact with the viewer, or "break the fourth wall". This is usually done with a humorous tone, but has also been used to teach children valuable lessons.

Joker

The Joker is notorious both within the DCAU and the comics for breaking the fourth wall.

Episode/Movie Details
Batman: The Animated Series,
"Christmas With the Joker"
He appears to look directly at the viewer as he sings his version of Jingle Bells.
Also, throughout the episode as he hosts his TV show, it could be interpreted that the viewer is actually a part of the viewing audience.
Batman: The Animated Series,
"Joker's Favor"
He looks to the viewer after jumping out of the cake, saying "Let's hear it for him, folks!"
Batman: The Animated Series,
"Joker's Wild"
As he escapes Arkham, he shouts "Don't try this at home, kids!"
Batman: The Animated Series,
"The Last Laugh"
On several occasions, he looks at the viewer as he speaks.
The New Batman Adventures,
"Joker's Millions"
When Joker mistakes the IRS man as an auditionee for the Harley position, he looks at the viewer as he comments on how pleased he is with his choice.
Justice League,
"Injustice For All"
He appears to look at the viewer as he pulls out his handgun to kill Batman.
Justice League,
"Wild Cards"
As he is hosting a TV show throughout the episode, it could again be interpreted that the viewer is a part of the viewing audience.

Harley Quinn

Episode/Movie Details
Batman: The Animated Series,
"Harley's Holiday"
As she holds on to the straw of a billboard cola bottle, she talks directly to the viewer about "going out on a joke".
Gotham Girls,
"Catsitter"
Before the tree branch she is sitting on fully breaks, she briefly looks to the camera as she squeals.
Gotham Girls,
"Gotham Noir"
In the in-story mini-game where the viewer chooses an item for her to use, selecting the joke gun shows her smashing the camera with it.
Selecting the camera in the mini-game shows her taking a picture in the camera's direction.
After she finishes her story, she looks to the camera, saying "See? Anyone can write this stuff!"

Static

Episode/Movie Details
Static Shock,
"Jimmy"
At the end of the episode, he gives a public service announcement about the dangers of firearms.
Static Shock,
"Where the Rubber Meets the Road"
At the end of the episode, he and Rubberband Man give a public service announcement about dyslexia.

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