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This review contains spoilers.
1.17 Red Hood
Holy self-inflicted eye gouging, Batman! This week’s Gotham delivered the show’s most gruesome scene yet, but was also shocking in less-endearing ways.
For starters, the ‘previously on Gotham…’ intro promised us some exploration of Alfred’s murky past. Instead, though, the script skimmed briefly over Alfred by giving Pertwee about the same about of screen-time he usually gets.
A similar fate befell his fellow British-butler-with-lots-of-secrets Jarvis in Agent Carter, but with 22 episodes (and a confirmed second season) Gotham should really serve this superbly acted side character better. As it stands, it feels like we learnt nothing about him this week at all.
Additionally, Fish Mooney’s strand continues to infuriate. Yes, Fish gouging out her own eye to prove a point »
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- Derek Anderson
2 items from 2015
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