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"All Will Be Judged" juggles multiple storylines, but Gotham fans will be delighted by the reunification of Penguin and the Riddler.
This episode actually belongs to Robin Lord Taylor and Cory Michael Smith. Eddie and Oswald were given the least to do here, and made the absolute most of it.
Bringing Penguin and Nygma back together, no matter what their dynamic looks like, is a choice that brings a necessary levity to the show.
There's a lot to unpack on this week's episode of Gotham. From launching grand vengeance schemes to casting aside old rivalries and pain, each of our heroes and villains is making moves that will definitely have an impact on the city's history.
If it wasn't for the delightful jailbreaking hijinks of Riddler and Penguin, which managed to grab my attention firmly enough to let all the other crazy in this episode digest, I'd argue that "All Will Be Judged" was too busy...
What a jam-packed, crazy hour!... Of every crazy thing that happened this hour, Lee infecting herself with the virus was probably the craziest. And it's the greatest thing ever.
"All Will Be Judged" continued the recent trend of fast moving episodes. This time that worked out as a lot of important events played out including one surprising death.
We get strung along by a few familiar faces while the real action waits yet another week in this interminably long season.
Lee is the worst. And that's saying something on a show that includes Jim Gordon, a man who is like that hall monitor kid from school who seemed to revel in his power and his very specific idea of justice.
Gotham season 3 is racing for the finish line, with the show's long-running Court of Owls arc finally reaching some semblance of a conclusion.
Despite a few moments of gory shock and awe, and a fun Riddler/Penguin truce, Gotham's just gotten in the habit of repeating itself -- be it abductions, crazy villains out to kill Jim, assaults on the precinct, or plots to level the city.