In many ways, "One Bad Day" could have served as an exciting and a little depressing season finale for Gotham, but thankfully we have another one to go before season four wraps. The title hints at a very pivotal moment not just for this gloomy chapter of the show, but also for the series as a whole. I absolutely adored the Killing Joke reference and I'm happy to say that Jeremiah (Cameron Monaghan) is not disappointing as the new big baddie in town. What also stuck out was the streamlined plot. Each and every character left their own agenda's hanging to contribute to Jeremiah's bomb crisis within the city and that paid off nicely. But with the shocking and emotional end scene still fresh in my mind, this season sure built up nicely and has established an epic, if slightly rushed end-game.
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