Posts Tagged ‘The Court of Owls.’

Gotham Review: The Gangs All Here in “The Primal Riddle”

by Jeff Fountainon May 9, 2017
While there were a lot of fun story lines this week, in the end there was too much going on, leaving the episode a little convoluted and messy. You can have great plot arcs going on but if it seems like it’s kind of thrown together like it was this week, the overall impact is […]

Gotham Review: Questions and More Questions in “These Delicate and Dark Obsessions”

by Jeff Fountainon May 2, 2017
In an episode that was essentially split into three important story lines, “These Delicate and Dark Obsessions” felt a little flat, raising more questions than it answered while delivering ‘big’ moments that viewers probably saw coming a mile away. Still, it was pretty dark in spots and that is where Gotham shines. When we last […]


Gotham Review: Interesting Storylines Come Together In “Time Bomb”

by Jeff Fountainon November 22, 2016
While this week’s episode still embraced its usual chaos and bloody ways, it was refreshing to see some interesting and well thought out storylines weave their way through the violence. Tying up or tying together plot threads is not usually Gotham’s strong suit but in ‘Time Bomb’ we were able to enjoy that and much […]

Gotham Review: Things Get Trippy in “Red Queen”

by Jeff Fountainon November 1, 2016
Although I’m not a big fan of little sub plots that take characters down memory lane ( thank you Arrow for ruining that for me ) watching Jim Gordon take an elevator to memory hell, guided by Barbara was fun, at least for a while. The rest of the episode made some predictable moves plot […]


Gotham Season 2 Finale Review: The Gang’s All Here in “Transference”

by Jeff Fountainon May 24, 2016
I have to hand it to Gotham. They certainly touched all the bases in terms of getting everyone involved in the finale. It didn’t matter if they played a big or small part in the episode, for the most part each character’s contribution was important to some degree and it made for a much richer […]