The name of the episode is based on 1999's crossover comic No Man's Land. See more »
Everything that is wrong with Gotham, all the greed, the pain, the corruption, the destruction... it can all be traced back to one problem: men. I think that is time that we have a men free zone.
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Man, I love this show. As a hardcore Batman fan I simply cannot describe how I feel about "Gotham" and how much I love it. I will miss it so so so so so (and a thousand more sos) much when it ends but, right now, I need to realize that I won't watch a new episode for almost 8 months.
It's not the best episode because there are a couple of things that don't work so well (we don't care about Lee and Ed, they don't work at all for me), but the foreshadowing is the greatest part of it. If you know what you're watching, then you can guess what comes next.
The heart of this show are its characters and that's the biggest win of this episode too. It might not be the best season finale of the series in terms of action and the feeling of completion, but the cliffhanger is the best we've seen and I dare you (if you're a fan) to say "I can wait".
I literally cried twice during the viewing. And when a Batman fan cries when watching this show, you know it got something very right.
Lastly, I would like to say that I can't wait to see more of a specific character, but I don't wanna spoil his fate.
See you in 2019, Gotham!
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