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"Smile Like You Mean It" in honor of the recent Presidential Inauguration, was completely stolen by David Mazouz, Camren Bicondova and returning guest star Cameron Monaghan.
This is the best episode of Gotham this season by far, and I think a large part of that is due to the fact that the Jim/Lee drama is relegated to the backseat.
"Smile Like You Mean It" obliterates any remaining doubt that Cameron Monaghan's character is Gotham's Joker.
"Smile Like You Mean It" brought Jerome back in a fun (and fairly icky) way... Felt pretty inspired, actually.
If the show continues to play with the imagery and tone of Batman stories past with next week's Winter Finale, it may actually leave us wanting more for the first time in...ever.
"Mad City: Smile Like You Mean It" was one of the best Gotham episodes aired recently.
Tonight's episode of Gotham reminded me how enjoyable this show can be when its respective storylines stick to what they're good at.
It was a payoff that Gotham had long been hinting at... Now, after delving so heavily into reanimation last season, the show is ready to bring back arguably one of its best villains in the flesh.
If his psychopathic attitude and general insanity didn't scare you before, now his outsides match his insides, making Jerome 2.0 a true force to be reckoned with. This is the moment we've all been waiting for, y'all!
Gotham strung us along for a while before we got to see what we've been so patiently waiting for, but it was well worth the wait.
Smile Like You Mean It corrected one of the show's biggest mistake in inspired fashion that sets up the second half of the season for a wild ride.