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Discussion in 'Gotham' started by Sawyer, Oct 11, 2014.
I'm reminded of that one comic where Joker points out that "Gotham" means a home for goats. So maybe this episode will deal with something in the city's history.
That killer is going to be in for a nasty surprise when he tries to kill Bruce.
I'm wondering if. Bullock had the killer on the ropes at one point and got called off by the city's corrupt elements. It'd be interesting to see a catalyst for his cynicism.
Love that Bruce/Alfred scene.
I can't believe
Renne and Allen is relying some homeless guy that Gordon shoot Ossocopt with zero evidence......no physical evidence nothing
It seems like Renee is more the emotional, impulsive one, whereas Allen is more methodical and clear-thinking. Most of the "hounding" everyone accuses them of seems to be more her than him.
That Renne and Allen scene was painfully written.
I've been a defender of this show, but it physically hurt me to watch that scene. Don't get me wrong, it was beautifully shot (this is one of the best looking shows on TV (though not as inventive as Hannibal), but the whole scene, from dialogue right down the motivations and the procedural aspects was juvenile.
Loved the scene with Bruce and Alfred, though.
who do you think the bald teenager is?.... could it be?!... Should it be?!?!
It's Victor Zsasz.
Please tell me you weren't thinking Lex Luthor.
They are not going to go there .
Probably not. But I'd love to see them visit Metropolis, just to show the contrast between the two cities.
So this is available on my Hulu at the moment...but doesn't air till tonight?
That's kind of odd.
Clearly the ex partner of Bullock never died and has been the killer all along. Calling it now.
I really wish Montoya and Barbara would run away with each other and never come back.
any interesting scene from this episode.....
WELL, that escalated quickly. GREAT cliffhanger ending. Next week should be GOOD.
Yeah, the finale one!
Hah the Penguin just laid the smack down on Montoya. Total and utter humiliation and so very deserved!
Ah that Nygma coffee cup
Yeah, what's that woman's problem? It's like she's all jealous because Gordon has her girl, and she is trying everything she can to get him away from her. It's pathetic.
I don't see how Montoya could arrest Gordon with Zero physical evidence and no body.......no judge would allow that plus a conflict of interest! clearly she should be demoted suspended or fired
Yeah, that's what I said to my family when watching the episode.
The most interesting part of this episode was how Bullock was 10 years ago.
Exactly like Gordon.