Gotham 3.08 “Blood Rush” Review

It looks like Captain Barnes is finally turning a corner this week on Gotham. While he’s put up a good fight until now, there’s only so long someone can fight their own blood. This week, poor Barnes is hearing voices and losing control over his rage- putting people through walls at engagement parties and fixating on his own brand of justice. The engagement party itself wasn’t exactly a success, even without the man-sized hole in the bathroom. Jim is still in love with the soon-to-be bride and he’s not going…

Gotham 3.02 “Burn the Witch” Top 5

On this week’s Gotham, some of our favorite characters are returning to the Mad City while others are hot on the trail of some old vendettas. Fish Mooney is on the hunt for Professor Strange, while Penguin is enlisting the aid of anyone who will listen in his quest for the elusive Fish. Meanwhile, a newly aged Ivy has it out for anyone who forgot to water their houseplants. Jim Gordon’s love life may be in for a rough ride as Lee returns to town just as Jim and Valerie…

Gotham 2.20 “Unleashed” Top 5

Things on Gotham are winding up this week as the show readies itself for the season finale, just a few short episodes away. An ensemble performance this week to be sure, all of out favorite characters are back and falling into place for what is sure to be an intense finale. While “Unleashed” may have had a few rough patches, the episode overall was phenomenal with witty dialogue, quick moving plot points, and an explosive final scene that left everyone cheering. Here are my top 5 moments from “Unleashed.”  …

Gotham 2.15 “Mad Grey Dawn” Top 5

A lot happened this week in Gotham’s newest episode, “Mad Grey Dawn.” The 15th episode of the season saw a return of some of our favorite characters and the evolution of others. Here were my top 5 moments from this week’s Gotham:   5. Harvey Bullock Being a Damn Good Partner We haven’t seen too much of Harvey this season, just a few little pop-ins here and there; but this week Harvey proved once again that when the going gets tough he’s there for his partner. He’s willing to pull…

Gotham 2.11 “Worse than a Crime” Review

Gotham officially put the Theo Galavan story arc to rest this week in their mid-season finale, and introduced a few of the new villains that will rise in the second half of the season. Both Hugo Strange and Victor Fries are teased in the final moments of the show, along with other faceless villain possibilities suspended in tanks at Dr. Strange’s Indian Hill lab. Gotham has always rightfully been a character driven drama, as any origin story should be, and this week the writers didn’t disappoint as many characters took…