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Discussion in 'Gotham' started by Guts, Apr 7, 2016.
Oswald is going to massacre those people when the conditioning wears off.
Bruce knows how to sew. That explains where he gets the Batsuit.
Penguin sure went off the deep end with a bang
I knew that you knew that I knew... *ZAAAP*
The way that storyline ended for Cobblepot was enormously satisfying. At first I thought he'd feed the dog to them, which would be a little f***ed up, considering the dog didn't do anything to him, but then he was like "You couldn't tell the difference" and I was like
this whole 2nd season has been so much better than the 1st.
really hope this can continue for a couple more seasons at least, because I really want to see the Bruce and Selina actors grow into their respective roles as Batman and Catwoman.
Oswald has set himself up to be rich and eliminated the murders of his father.
Gordon's name is clear. The tension between him and the Riddler in the apartment was excellent. How the Riddler does in the asylum will be very interesting. I look forward him and Hugo talking.
Bruce has gained some street skills. With the computer fixed, and Gordon on the Wayne file, something big is going to happen.
Nice to see Penguin return to his murderous ways that family so got what was coming to them.
Penguin and Ed stole the show in this and this season just gets better and better so glad this show got a season 3.
This was one of my favorite episodes this season, and this to me has been a great season.
As soon as I saw the old hairstyle I knew some **** was about to go down but....DAMN
What Oswald did to his step mom.
It reminded me of that too.
This was a really good episode. And wow at Penguin. Wasn't expecting that.
Was very satisfied with Penguin's revenge. Would have liked to see a bit more of Paul Rubens character. But, now we see how Penguin comes into his fortune and his nice suits.
Also, when Bruce fixed Selina's coat. Did anyone else see a nod to Catwoman's stiching on her costume from "Batman Returns"?
Speaking of Bruce. The actor who plays him definitely is having growth spurts.
I had that same South Park thought. In fact, I had a bunch of reactions to the episode, and decided to make a parody video recap of the whole episode!
I think you all will enjoy this:
Penguin unleashed his in inner Andronicus. Wow. Was not expecting that. Typical animal lover that I am I felt bad for the dog. I do feel that Bruce's time on the street was a bit short though. Even if I do want to see what's on the drive more.
I immediately thought of Titus Andronicus when he started asking her about how she liked the dinner and her kids were nowhere to be found.
Penguin went full Cartman.
I am sad that the whole Bruce on the streets story is ending. I liked that he was having fun at the beginning.
I thought it was a great episode for the most part and in that sense felt like a season finale. I mean, of course I'm sure they have something else planned from here on but a lot of ongoing plots were resolved and it could have easily been turned into a finale.
The only one I didn't feel was the Bruce-Selina "break-up". It felt too forced and I was enjoying that storythread.
I just saw this and was wondering how did Barnes know where to find Gordon and Nygma?
It's been a huge improvement. And I liked the first season anyway. I hope we get to see them both eventually turn into those characters, although it would need the show to last a long time (which would be fine with me).
Great to see Penguin back to his best. The Riddler scenes were great and I hope he stays in the series just as much for the rest of this season.
Yeah I look forward to finding out... what they are about to find out.
Yeah great way to do it lol. Poor guy losing both parents on the show where he seemed to have a genuine (normal!) bond with both.