Gotham (2014– )
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A Dark Knight: Pieces of a Broken Mirror 

Gordon is called to the scene when the Toy Maker is hired to assassinate a doctor in Gotham; Lee tries to rebuild the Narrows with Nygma's help; Alfred's new life becomes complicated; Ivy shows Selina her new persona.


Bruno Heller (developed by), Bob Kane (based on the characters created by) | 2 more credits »

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Ben McKenzie ... James Gordon
Donal Logue ... Harvey Bullock
David Mazouz ... Bruce Wayne
Morena Baccarin ... Leslie Thompkins
Sean Pertwee ... Alfred Pennyworth
Robin Lord Taylor ... Oswald Cobblepot / Penguin (credit only)
Erin Richards ... Barbara Kean
Camren Bicondova ... Selina Kyle
Cory Michael Smith ... Edward Nygma / The Riddler
Jessica Lucas ... Tabitha Galavan
Chris Chalk ... Lucius Fox
Drew Powell ... Solomon Grundy
Crystal Reed ... Sofia Falcone (credit only)
Alexander Siddig ... Ra's al Ghul (credit only)
Peyton List ... Ivy Pepper


Gordon is called to the scene after The Toy Maker is hired to assassinate one of Gotham's doctors. Lee Thompkins begins to try to rebuild the Narrows, with Nygma as her partner. Meanwhile, Alfred's new life in the Narrows becomes complicated and Ivy reveals her new persona to Selina. Written by Emily Reddon

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Release Date:

1 March 2018 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

New York City, New York, USA See more »

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Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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Did You Know?


Peyton List is the third actress to portray Ivy Pepper in this series. See more »


When Gordon and Fox are going to investigate at Kranks toys, there is an NYPD modern car in the background. See more »


James Gordon: I'm here because someone wants you dead. The assassin's still on the loose, as is the person who hired him. You're not safe.
Leslie Thompkins: It's Gotham. Is anyone ever safe?
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A great episode... Almost

This episode introduces a new Poison Ivy, and also spurs new storylines for every other main character. It could have been an amazing episode, especially as a season opener - if it wasn't for the writing and the directing.

Few episodes exemplify the time setting ambiguity of Gotham quite like this one. For instance, Gordon goes from a toy store full of classic wooden toys, described as "classics," to his 70s or 80s Cadillac style car - but not before answering his 2010-ish flip phone. The character development, from the fall of Harvey to the newly-discovered powerful Ivy, drives the plot.

However, the shots, from the lighting to the tacky pull-ins, combined with the incredibly cheesy dialogue at points, makes this episode feel more like a soap opera than any episode prior. There were times I wasn't sure if I was watching "Gotham" or "Days of Our Lives."

The story is driven, and the characters are pushed forward. But beyond that, it's simply not a great episode. Be forewarned: Whether due to Fox or internal reasons, this episode becomes a cheesy, soapy story that Gotham can do without.

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