It may be faint praise to say the current season of Gotham is the best so far. But the Bruce Wayne one-step-forward-two-steps-back approach to becoming the costumed vigilante that Gotham City needs is still one of the weakest parts of the show. Fortunately several women have stepped up.
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Night Boy and Righteous Cop Gotham introduced a new character and put some twists on older ones. And if you ever wondered what Riddler’s version of Harley Quinn might be like, Gotham has an answer for that too.
Hello fellow Gothamites. The insanity has returned to drive us mad and make us question our life choices. Actually only one life choice, why do we watch this show?
It’s Monday which means it’s time for more Gotham. This is the O-Deck Reaction Thread for fans of this insane show to share their thoughts as it airs. As always, spoilers will be below the drop.
Another Monday, another Gotham. We got a pretty solid episode this week. We’ve turned the page on the Barnes story, only to head right into Court Of Owls madness. And the Ed/Nygma ship has hit some rough waters. Lets chat about it, but be warned, there are spoilers below.
Folks, things are getting serious. We got Barnes struggling to control his demons, Jim returning to work where things WON’T he awkward between him and Lee at all. Oh and of course the Oswald/Ed/NotKringle triangle. Come in and join the insanity for some Got-Ham.
Good evening friends. It’s time for more wacky adventures in Gotham City, minus the insane rich man in tights and a cowl. Just an insane cop turned bounty hunter, and a crime lord mayor. Leave your reactions in the comments, and as always i’ll drop additional recaps later and my takes when I am done stealing them.
Good evening fellow Gothamites. Tonight’s episode looks like it was a doozy. Sadly due to obligations I did not get to see it and I am to tired to now. I will watch it tomorrow and give you my thoughts then, if that is actually something you care about.
Good evening, my fellow Gothamites. Tonight I decided to try something different for our weekly Gotham discussion. A reaction thread, rather than a recap.
Welcome folks to the recap of this week’s Gotham, “New Day Rising”. Sorry i missed last week’s episode but I am here for the second part of the Mad Hatter story. Lets pull out our watches and go down the rabbit hole.
Well folks, sorry about the delay but here is our recap of Episode 2 of Gotham. I know i said i wasn’t going to do them but some of you seem to like these and don’t care if they are bit late. So i’ll do my best as long as I have people liking them.
Well folks, the weather is getting colder, the football is back and the kids both big and small are back in school. That means we’re in fall, which means our shows have returned. So lets reutrn to the insanity that is Gotham for a brand new season of bat-shaped hi jinks.
Nottinghamshire villagers facing flooding found that sending Bat-Signals to their local council was less than effective. Callers contacting an emergency number to request sandbags were told by the out-of-hours service that their village Gotham didn’t exist, but there was this Gotham City place in New York.
Well folks, this is it, the grand finale. We have a showdown with Strange, getting Selina out of the fire pit and who knows what else will happen. Come and join me for this spoiler filled look into Gotham’s final spin on the carousel of madness for this season.
“You got a demon in you.”
I have a lot to say about this episode!
This week sees the return of Fish Mooney, a long awaited sit down between Bruce and Strange and B.D Wong continuing to have verbal sex with the English language. In this lab we bring spoilers back to life, so watch your step!
Like a zombie Theo Galavan, the Gotham recap has risen from the dead. Tonight we have RPGs, magic swords, Strange being a woke bae (no fucking clue what that means) and Penguin teaming up with Butch which means nothing but good things. Into the asylum of spoilers!
We had a brand new Gotham this week but because of my decision to watch sportsball I was to tired to watch it. So consider this a Gotham open thread for those who did. As always, spoilers ahead.
We are all partly like our parents. It’s inevitable, whether we wish it to be so or try to avoid, some of that nature and nurture will show itself. It’s the nature of inheritance. For Jim, becoming like his father had been a dream of his, a sought for realization soon tarnished by the bitter truth of a man who had…