"More Than One Way" is the sixth episode of Gotham Girls.
Upon hearing about a rare miniature painting in a local museum, Poison Ivy climbs out of a nearby manhole, ready to steal it. She is unexpectedly joined by Harley Quinn, then Catwoman. Realizing that only one of them can steal it, Harley suggests a game of rock-paper-scissors. Lacking any better ideas, the girls play to decide who gets to go for the prize.
(What follows this depends on the results of the interactive segment. The final attempt skips Batgirl thwarting the theft, allowing the villain to escape with the picture for the next scene.)
Outside, the three criminals fight over the painting until they are all tied up by Batgirl, who tells them that no matter how they do it, crime doesn't pay.
When Harley, Ivy and Catwoman play rock-paper-scissors, the viewer can chose who wins, and thus who should try to steal the Belgian Miniature.
Harley's attempt: Harley approaches the museum guards, enigmatically repeating the words "Boingee, boingee", before she knocks them both out with spring-loaded boxing gloves. As she steals the picture, Batgirl confronts her—and with the same line, promptly punches her out.
Ivy's attempt: Ivy incapacitates the guards with a pile of sneezing powder, and walks past them to steal the painting—where she meets Batgirl, who sprays some kind of weedkiller in her face, knocking her out.
Catwoman's attempt: Catwoman avoids the guards altogether, cuts a hole in a window, opens it, and leaps inside, where as she steals the miniature, Batgirl claps a pair of handcuffs on her.
|Arleen Sorkin||Harley Quinn|
|Diane Pershing||Poison Ivy|
|Dee Bradley Baker||Security Guards|
Batgirl: (cuffing Catwoman) Bad kitty.
Batgirl: No matter how you do it, crime doesn't pay, girls.