After 22 episodes of middling highs and rock bottom lows, Gotham's “All Happy Families Are Alike” is an enema. Everyone who sucks is dead and Bruce found the Batcave.
Gotham slays The Ogre and introduces Lucius Fox as it prepares for a promising season finale.
In Gotham, murder is all about the optics.
"Beasts of Prey" uses superficial violence like a laugh-track.
"Everyone Has a Cobblepot" is Gotham's case study in identity.
"Red Hood" is as good as Gotham gets: A great case of the week, an eye-popping moment of absurdity and a punch right in the feels.
This week Gotham went through an identity crisis and the only survivor was Bruce Wayne.
Jonathan Crane deserves a better dad, a better doctor and a better episode.
"The Fearsome Dr. Crane" is the TV version of clickbait.
“Welcome Back, Jim Gordon” is a case study in the power friendship.
Gotham takes major strides in an hour that displays a shocking amount of self awareness and super villainy.
Gotham returns with an episode that clearly displays all of the show’s quirks, from the good to the insufferable.
Jim Gordon is sane and it’s Gotham City that’s crazy in this week's affirmingly great episode of Gotham.
Gotham, like Harvey Dent, has two faces. One is charming, enthusiastic and full of promise, the other is a goddamn mess.
What’s most interesting about “The Mask” is how it defines it’s bare faced protagonist. Jim Gordon is been characterized as heroic because of his lack of a symbol and Gotham is a better show for it.