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“Love conquers all.” Wow. This episode just exploded everything about this show. The discovery that Oswald Cobblepot is still alive causes the Falcone camp, particularly Fish Mooney, to go berserk in trying to get Jim Gordon. The intensity of this episode consistently escalated throughout giving “Penguin’s Umbrella” an exciting experience to watch. No time is spared
“Half of what you carry” Harvey Bullock received a lot of character development in this episode as the story delves into one of his old cases. The beginning of the episode gave us a flashback to Bullock, the young heroic rookie, his old partner Det. Dicks, and the Spirit of the Goat. This partnership mirrors
“I’m gonna show you something beautiful.” During tonight’s episode of Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., the teaser trailer for Avengers: Age of Ultron was supposed to air for the first time. But due to “the works of Hydra,” the teaser was released early. To make up for that, Marvel will be releasing even more content at the end of
There is no asylum. NBC kickstarts there own stab at a DC comics TV show with the premiere of Constantine. This is a much different show compared to CW’s action heavy Arrow and and the fun and fantastical The Flash. In some ways, it resembles FOX’s Gotham in its darker tone, but Constantine takes dark to a whole new level.
“What’d you expect? It’s Gotham.” Alfred walks in on Bruce Wayne studying all the casefiles and becomes disturbed that the young boy is wasting away indoors when he could be outside living his life. “What if it’s a complete waste of time?” asks Alfred. Ultimately, that’s the question everyone faces, both in the show and
Isn’t war about politics? And isn’t politics about money? There were several developments in this episode, and the one that stood out to me the most was the fact that this is the first episode to move past the setup stage of the show and move into solid plot development. Right from the opening, this
Run, Barry, run! Well, the premiere of DC’s newest television adaption has come and gone, and it went by quite quickly. Yep, now that I’ve gotten past an obligatory reference to the concept of “fastness,” I can delve into the contents of the episode itself. First, I should let you know that I’ve never seen