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"Beasts of Prey" introduces an exciting new character arc with the Ogre, even if it strands Fish Mooney on an island of irrelevance.
How I've missed Gotham during this long cold hiatus.
The Ogre seems a terrible nickname to give to a Lothario. After checking out who the Ogre was in the Batman mythos, I am still a bit flummoxed.
It was less an episode of a TV series and more a collection of disparate scenes that had nothing to do with each other, and very little of consequence anyways.
Despite Robin Lord Taylor's continued excellence, the Penguin's story has lost all momentum and all meaning.
Fish has lived up to her promise in "Beasts of Prey." She's not just a firecracker; she's the Fourth of July. And what a show!
"Beasts of Prey" is the first episode of Gotham with an ending that's had me riveted, and eager as all hell to see what happens next.
This episode doesn't impart overwhelming confidence that Fox's troubled superhero/cop drama will end its first season on a strong note.
Now [Fish Mooney's] an oddball tangent on a show that already suffers from excessive sprawl.
A show that has divided its time so frustratingly throughout the season could use some clarity in the final weeks, and the Ogre storyline could provide the center Gotham needs to focus itself.
The series has grown so much more than I thought it ever could after it debuted in the fall, and outside of a few minor beefs, I'm really quite fond of the show.