Brittany Runs a Marathon
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Edward Nygma steals the show in an episode that generously gives every member of the core cast a moment to shine.
Well, surprise surprise, it turns out you can't even get engaged to the son of a notorious crime boss in Gotham City anymore without having to worry about him getting infected with magical carnie blood and turning into a hulking rage-monster.
Jim and Lee just aren't that interesting or sympathetic compared to literally everyone else on this show right now.
Whether you're a good guy like Jim Gordon, an innocent bystander like Lee's fiance Mario, or even a villain like Edward Nygma or Tabitha Galavan, you're always ending up with the short end of the stick.
"Time Bomb" wasn't a great episode, but it did use just about every Gotham performer in a meaningful way.
That grotesque zig-zag style served this week's "Time Bomb" episode well.
Never change, Barbara. You're perfect.
"Time Bomb" was a particularly bloody episode of Gotham, but it balanced the gore by tying together multiple plotlines in satisfying ways.
Bruce and Selina's discovery regarding the Court of Owls has re-energized what many assumed would be the major thrust of the season but which has taken a backseat ever since Bruce made a truce with the secret organization earlier this season.
The persistent, low-key animosity between Selina and Alfred is my favorite.
Going back to the Lee/Gordon well seems like a misstep, but the developments of Nygma and Barbara's crew definitely made this a good step in what's been a great Riddler arc.