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Gotham All Will Be Judged Recap

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Gotham Season 3 Episode 19 Review: All Will Be Judged

What a jam-packed, crazy hour! On Gotham Season 3 Episode 19 , Jim almost died (again), Penguin and The Riddler set aside their differences (for a little while anyway), Bruce became a puppet of The (no surprise) Court and Lee infected herself with the virus (big surprise!). That's a lot of action to dissect. ...Read More... https://www.tvfanatic.com/2017/05/gotham-season-3-episode-19-review-all-will-be-judged/

Gotham Review: The Court of Owls Prepares to “Light the Wick”

Gotham has had its ups and downs, certainly, but lately there have mostly been ups. Though I can always find quibbles here and there, the narrative has largely been dramatic, exciting, and altogether impressive. When a show can find ways to be exciting and interesting, and still maintain their plot-driven build up, that’s a promising thing. Especially when that show has been renewed for fourth season (like Gotham). This week on Gotham: Gordon gets in deeper with the Court of Owls, trying to figure out their plan for Gotham, and enlists Bullock and Lucius to help him. Lee wants to investigate Frank Gordon’s murder, convinced that Jim committed it. Bruce continues his training with the Shaman. Ivy works hard to revive Selina, who has been seriously injured by her fall. Penguin seeks Gordon’s help in contacting the Court of Owls as he attempts to hunt down Nygma. Hugo Strange extracts Alice Tetch’s virus from Captain Barnes, at the Court’s behest. READ MORE...

Gotham Light the Wick Recap: Penguin and Nygma are Reunited by the Court of Owls

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Gotham: "The Primal Riddle" Review

Gotham played it mostly smart this week in "The Primal Riddle" (title taken from an actual comic arc) by sticking with Edward Nygma and his newly developed criminal genius status, showing us the ups and downs of having such a particular persona. At some point, I may list off a full rundown of things Gotham's not allowed to do anymore (Wayne Manor invasions, attacks on the precinct, etc) as a new item on the docket is "villain holds hostages live on the evening news," but at least with Nygma's crusade this week -- a quest to solve the puzzle that is the Court of Owls -- we got to spot the fatal flaws behind being The Riddler. As well as some of the advantages. Most importantly though, we saw why it was so important for him to do the things he did the way he did them. READ MORE...

Gotham: "These Delicate And Dark Obsessions" Review

Jim Gordon himself, Ben McKenzie, officially sat in the director's chair for "These Delicate and Dark Obsessions" - an overstuffed episode that brought the League of Shadows into the mix as the formal puppeting entity behind the Court of Owls, which in turn puppets all of Gotham. Yes, Gotham needs to be put down once again. Gotham always seems to need a violent enema. It's kind of old hat at this point. Especially when you consider that Theo Galavan already did very "League"-ish things back in Season 2. What a strange role for Raymond J. Barry. As the far-off-land "monk" who took Bruce through the repeating corridors, and sent him back to memories of his parents' deaths from the pilot episode, Barry doesn't look or feel like a man full of primal wisdom. I'm assuming there'll be an explanation as to why he looks like a rich guy who'd be on the Court, or on the board of Wayne Enterprises, and not Ra's. Granted, he's either going to be Ra's in a different form or a decoy of some sort but his appearance needs addressing. Is this the form of Bruce's grandfather and Bruce just doesn't remember what he looks like? Gotham: "Heroes Rise: These Delicate and Dark Obsessions" Photos 12 IMAGES View Slideshow READ MORE...

Gotham: "How The Riddler Got His Name" Review

Gotham returned, after its second long break this season, with a fun episode that delivered big on Edward Nygma's long-game transformation into The Riddler. Here, in "How the Riddler Got His Name," Edward went on a rampage, ferociously looking for an intelligent adversary, haunted by the taunting (and singing) image of Oswald. The best part of this one -- aside from the story using Oswald's murder (or near-fatal shooting) to fuel the birth of Riddler as an arch-villain -- was the way it brought Lucius into the story as the only guy at the GCPD capable of possibly matching wits with Riddler. Lucius has been a flat character thus far, and one who's been utilized in questionable ways, so it was enjoyable to see him rise up here and put his mind to good use. READ MORE...

Gotham The Primal Riddle Recap

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Gotham Season 3 Episode 17 Review: The Primal Riddle

Things are about to get even crazier in Gotham as if it wasn't already crazy enough. The pieces are falling into place on Gotham Season 3 Episode 17 as every side works to take control of the city. But who will finally win the crown? The short answer is the Court of Owls because they have always been in control of the city. It's doubtful they'll be giving up control anytime soon even if Jim Gordon is now an official member. ...Read More... https://www.tvfanatic.com/2017/05/gotham-season-3-episode-17-review-the-primal-riddle/

Gotham "These Delicate and Dark Obsessions" Recap

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