It’s the fall season finale on Gotham and things are somewhat hectic. Big surprise right? James Gordon voices his objections to the nuptials of his ex Lee Thompkins; Bruce Wayne and Selina Kyle make a move against the Court of Owls, and Ed Nygma learns the truth.
Omar Little had a Du-Rag, and a duster. A man in a black duster always looks cooler. A woman in a black duster alway cooler. It’s the coat that identifies the character as a badass.
The Farm recruits break out of the torture chamber armed and ready to finally take down the terrorists. Ryan is still missing and Shelby is no closer to finding a way to save the hostages. Buckle up! This Week’s Flashback: Alex and Ryan are trying
Damn! That title is more relevant to the current real-life situation than to the goings-on in the story. Anyway, political commentary aside, it seems to be couples week in Gotham. Lee Thompkins and her fiancee, Mario Falcone, are ready to tie the knot but there’s
Why didn’t the script require him to take off his pants? It was a poor directorial decision. If you’re gonna get Taye Diggs to strip, be thorough.
On Gotham, Capt. Barnes decides to serve true justice, Selina Kyle gets a surprise visit from an old friend, and Ed Nygma suffers a devastating loss.
Ryan is M.I.A., Alex was left to die and the other CIA recruits are being held hostage. That means the fate of the nation rests with Shelby as she attempts to unmask the real puppeteers hiding within the FBI. This Week’s Flashback: Alex learns that
Will exposed himself last week when he sided with Miranda and the terrorists. The deception and lies keep coming this week as we learn another beloved character has done the same.