We discuss Episode 20 of Gotham Under the Knife on this weeks episode of Gotham TV Podcast. This episode was directed by T.J. Scott who directed two of our favourite episodes of Gotham this season Episode 4 Arkham and Episode 6 Spirit of the Goat it’s also written by by John Stephens one of the executive producers of the show who also wrote Episode 8 of Gotham The Mask and Episode 14 The Fearsome Doctor Crane. Click the links to hear our thoughts of those episodes.
Jim Gordon (Ben McKenzie) continues to get closer to Gotham’s first serial killer before he tracks down his loved one Dr. Leslie Thompkins (Morena Baccarin). But Jim has misjudged the intentions of Jason “The Ogre” Lennon (Milo Ventimiglia) as he meets the down on her luck, but not on her inheritance, Barbara Kean (Erin Richards) and begins what could be a lasting relationship. In another Gotham love story a jealous and protective water-melon soaked Edward Nygma (Cory Michael Smith) continues to vie for the affections of Kristin Kringle (Chelsea Spack) and disapprove of her new boyfriend Tom (Zachary Spicer). Bruce (David Mazouz) and Selina (Camren Bicondova) work together to find the next piece in the puzzle of their investigation into Wayne Enterprises by attending the Wayne Enterprises Charity Ball and picking the pockets of Sid Bunderslaw (Michael Potts). Meanwhile Sal Maroni (David Zayas) reveals Oswald’s (Robin Lord Taylor) big secret to Gertrude Kapelput (Carol Kane) with disastrous consequences for a local delivery boy.
In the this weeks news we also chat about the upcoming release of The Death of “Superman Lives”: What Happened? (TDOSLWH) a documentary film about the forgotten Superman movie that was set to star Nicholas Cage as Clark Kent/Superman and be directed by Tim Burton fresh from the success of his Batman movies. You can also check out TDOSLWH on Facebook.
The outro music for this episode is a tribute to love and the original version of the song featured in Oswald’s in this episode of Gotham by 80’s band The the with “Love is stronger than death”.
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Date Recorded: 11/05/2015
Date published: 13/05/2015
MP3, 69.00 min. 128kbps, 63.2 MB
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