While " A Day In The Narrows "doesn't quite hold on to Gotham in the episode title department, it continues the streak of those absurd, cartoonish hours of television that Season 4 has aired regularly, and for my part, I 'm there. This episode stole points inTriggers both in The Dark Knight and at least three of the Saw movies, and I still am. he. Love it how Jim Gordon is scowling, as the producers of this show are in recast Ivy , as Bruce Wayne is absolutely getting lodged on champagne and raving about The Prodigy's "Spitfire," which is just a random hilarious song that will officially exist in Gotham canon. 'Gotham ' recap: " Hog Day Afternoon "- It'll do, Pyg
That will do.
This is also where we should start, because although Professor Pyg's thing is a delight sent by Heaven, Bruce Wayne's B plot has more of an impact on the whole of the "Batman" thing that this show is supposed to build toward. A few weeks ago , Bruce Wayne learned that by hiding his attacker nocturnal activities would involve presenting the big face of a dumb billionaire to the world. But after the tragic death of a boy Bruce had known for exactly one (1) day, this mask from American Psycho -ass got stuck on his face.e; he lashes out at Alfred, dreaming of violently beating the bullies, moping more than his usual amount, which was already a stone's throw from a 24/7 Jon Snow cosplay.