Originally Posted by AnneFan
I've thought of the interesting perspective changer - if Two-Face is flipping his coin for the three people in Wayne Manor. Flipping for Alfred, Chase and finally Bruce, who gets the murder approval. Probably not, but there's the idea anyway.
Alfred was knocked out at the door, and the Riddler's plan was to kidnap Chase anyway. The only conclusion is that Two-Face kept flipping his coin for Bruce, and its funny...but it also goes against the nature of the character.
When I first saw Aaron Eckhart do it in "The Dark Knight", I cringed...until he revealed the second toss was for Maroni's driver.