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Old 10-13-2015, 11:31 AM   #106
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Was there something that looked like a big question mark in a green hazy light outside Nygma's window while they were eating dinner?

And Kristen Kringle can't die, she goes on to become Santa Claus.
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Old 10-13-2015, 12:26 PM   #107
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Chiklis' opening scene was so awesome. Finally some of these plots are picking up some traction.
My guess with Nygma.......the girl dies. He goes crazy. It would be kinda nuts if he murders her in rage or something, though.
Yeah, I wouldn't be surprised at all if that happened.


Plus, I wouldn't be surprised to see that Silver is in on her Uncle's plan to get Bruce.
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Old 10-13-2015, 12:51 PM   #108
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Yeah, I wouldn't be surprised at all if that happened.





Plus, I wouldn't be surprised to see that Silver is in on her Uncle's plan to get Bruce.

Silver is an important character in the comics and plays Bruce's love interest in many of them.
I assume Theo is using her as a pawn, but she is unaware of it.
And Penguin is such a weird character. I feel bad for him because deep down he really isn't that bad of a guy, but then he goes and brutally murders someone. So then I stop feeling bad. Then the cycle repeats itself. This is the best interpretation of the Penguin I've ever seen, he's always been sort of a lame character imo, but he's really great in this show.

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I dug Penguin when Burgess Meredith played him. When Danny DeVito played him, I wasn't really feeling it. If Penguin were a pro wrestler, we'd call him a tweener. He has hero qualities and villain qualities.
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I dug Penguin when Burgess Meredith played him. When Danny DeVito played him, I wasn't really feeling it. If Penguin were a pro wrestler, we'd call him a tweener. He has hero qualities and villain qualities.

All the batman villains have both qualities with the exception of the joker. That's what makes the batman story so intriguing for me and why I love it so much. Mr. Freeze and Catwoman are obviously the most conflicted characters, but Penguin and Riddler are definitely up there. In fact, I don't even really consider Catwoman to be a villain.
But Gotham is doing a great job of the hero/villain characteristic thing.
Oh, and how could I forget Burgess Meredith. I own that entire series on DVD, it's so campy I love it. "Yes, Batman. We sold the nuclear submarine to a fellow by the name of PN Gwin. Is there a problem?"
Batman's face just said "are you f*cking kidding me?"
That show is top class comedy.


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When I was a kid, I used watch Batman reruns after school. That was my first exposure to Batman and Robin. When they finally made a proper movie in 1989, I thought Burton did an awesome job. For me, 1989 will always go down as the Summer of Batman. Everywhere you turned, there was Batman merch. If you didn't have a shirt, you were a freak.
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When I was a kid, I used watch Batman reruns after school. That was my first exposure to Batman and Robin. When they finally made a proper movie in 1989, I thought Burton did an awesome job. For me, 1989 will always go down as the Summer of Batman. Everywhere you turned, there was Batman merch. If you didn't have a shirt, you were a freak.

I grew up in the Batman: The Animated Series era (still my favorite tv show of all time with "Perchance To Dream" as my favorite tv episode ever) but I had the '66 Batman movie and recorded late night reruns on VHS (the good ole days). Still have those for memories sake.


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Not Gotham related, but Batman related.
http://on.mvp.to/scmf/OrMCe04Lcp0lOL...hd0lOAo/kwChTd

Crazy stuff. Take with a grain of salt. Kind of fun to think about, though.


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Last couple minutes were nuts. Whoa.


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The final scenes showing Penguin, Riddler and Catwoman all at some crossroads would have been greatly enhanced by a 4th shot of Jerome in Arkham instead of him being dead.

But yeah pretty good ending.

Nygma must be a lot stronger than he looks though.
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The final scenes showing Penguin, Riddler and Catwoman all at some crossroads would have been greatly enhanced by a 4th shot of Jerome in Arkham instead of him being dead.

But yeah pretty good ending.

Nygma must be a lot stronger than he looks though.

It'd be one heck of a twist if Jerome came back and killed Theo. That would be a classic Joker move.
My guess is that Gordon eventually pieces it together and that scene in the teaser with Gordon, Penguin, and Theo at gun point will obviously be the most climactic scene.
The last 5 minutes really took a mediocre episode up about 15 notches.
Oh, and poor Butch. The dude has been through the ringer.


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Oh, and poor Butch. The dude has been through the ringer.
Yeah but now he has a mallet for a left hand, how cool is that.
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Yeah but now he has a mallet for a left hand, how cool is that.

Pretty dang cool.


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Finally got caught up on the last 2 episodes. Crazy stuff. Poor Butch. He's going through Hell. Can't believe Riddler killed Kringle. It looked like he was barely holding her neck.
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Great episode last night. Next week looks like it's going to be crazy. Surprised that Barbara hasn't been featured much this season, I'm anxious to see what they do with her.


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