It’s a very Gotham wedding, but not really. Jim makes out with Barbara, but not really. Barbara falls to her death, but not really. It’s all very interesting, but not really.
Penguin crashes Theo’s election party, because it ain’t a Gotham party until at least a dozen random bystanders are brutally murdered.
Let’s all give Butch a hand for trying to infiltrate Theo’s gang, even if it didn’t go all that well for him. Also, Cat is getting all Catwoman-ish to help Firefly.
Det. Gordon, who you don’t care about because he’s not the Penguin, faces off with a new villain called Firefly, who you don’t care about because he’s not the Penguin.
Detective Jim Gordon is moving up in the world under the wing of Gotham’s new top cop. Meanwhile, kidnapping Penguin’s mother seems like an especially dumb move on behalf of the city’s new top bad guy.
Gotham’s 1% know how to party, but the joke’s on Jerome when the city gets a new hero.
With new (and amazingly boring) emails from Hillary Clinton’s personal server coming out in drips every few weeks, we got to thinking which of our favorite TV characters might get caught up in the controversy.
Another week, another raving band of lunatics killing people all over Gotham without a single Batman in sight to stop them. This time, it’s the Maniax turn in the spotlight.
How are Gothamites handling life one month after the bloody events in Gotham’s season 1 finale ushered in several violent departures?
The real hero behind Batman finally gets credit, proving sometimes the good guys really do win in the end.
GOTHAM RECAP: Invasion of the Child Snatchers (S1:E2)
GOTHAM RECAP: Showing up for the party 14 years too soon (S1:E1)
Big Bang Theory dominates the official first night of the new fall season
Gracepoint, yes, Red Band Society, no. Predictions for every new show on FOX this fall.