Mister J is back in the psychiatric therapy ward, this time engaged in artistic therapy, complete with easel and all the accoutrements afforded any great artist. The wall behind him features a painting of Jerry the Giraffe and one of a woman he explains to Dr. Quinzel, who has just arrived for their therapy session, is a painstaking copy of the Mona Lisa. The two begin discussing art and Patient # 4479 asks Dr. Quinzel to sit down so he can better capture her portrait he’s painting. She does so reluctanly and they continue talking about the merits of art and how it affects the psyche, and they also debate whether or not everyone wears a mask. During this talk, the Joker suggests Dr. Quinzel go blonde. He’s run out of brown for his portrait, so he’s using yellow for her hair. Their debate about art and masks leads to Dr. Quinzel informing the Joker that she and Guy have set a date for their wedding. Mister J tries to work his way into the doctor’s wedding plans to no avail. It’s then that she also tells her patient that she may be leaving him to go with Guy to Metropolis, as Guy doesn’t like living in Gotham, where crime is out of control. By then the Joker has finished Dr. Quinzel’s portrait, but she’s suddenly called away, leaving him to stew over her revelations. What he does next does not bode well for the future happiness of the Kopski union.