Critic Consensus: "Knock, Knock" combines over-the-top villainy and thrilling action to make for lurid spectacle.
as James Gordon
as Harvey Bullock
as Capt. Nathaniel Barnes
as Bruce Wayne
as Alfred Pennyworth
as Oswald Cobblepot/The Penguin
as Barbara Kean
as Selina Kyle
as Edward Nigma
as Theo Galavan
as Tabitha Galavan
as Lucius Fox
as Harvey Dent/Two-Face
as Capt. Sarah Essen
as Butch Gilzean
as Mayor James
as Kristin Kringle
as Arnold Dobkins
as Aaron Helzinger
as Robert Greenwood
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Critic reviews for Rise of the Villains: Knock, Knock
The show has become a fun, but insane, train ride, but that train is dipping dangerously close to running completely off the tracks.
At the end of last week's season premiere, I was cautiously optimistic that the writers would avoid its usual one step forward, two steps back routine, but tonight definitely felt like shame on me territory.
This show has committed to a more serialized storyline this season that makes tuning in from week-to-week that much more rewarding.
As much as I love The Dark Knight tribute, I was glad to see Jerome find his own voice as the Joker, or at least the abstract Joker.
Another solid episode, if a bit illogical from time to time. But I can deal with a little illogic if I'm entertained, and I certainly was here.
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