After a long break from Gotham we get two episodes in very quick succession as “What the Little Bird told Him” followed on back-to-back from Rogues’ Gallery on Channel 5. It is just like buses no episode of Gotham shows up for 3-months and then two come along at once! Episode 12 of Gotham What the Little Bird told Him, was written by Ben Edlund (Supernatural, The Tick, Angel) and directed by Eagle Egilsson.
In an attempt to return to the GCPD as Detective, Jim Gordon makes a deal with Commissioner Loeb to track down and apprehend Jack Gruber – aka Jack Buchinsky and now known by the press as the Electrocutioner – within twenty-four hours. Unbeknownst to Jim, Gruber has his sights fixed on revenge against Sal Maroni and tracks him down as he makes an audacious second attempt on Maroni’s life whilst he is held at the GCPD Precinct for his safety and protection. As Jim arrests Gruber, other events in Gotham begin to develop as Fish seizes her opportunity to act against Falcone for control of “The Family” with the kidnap of Liza – but Falcone must never know the real truth about Liza. With the hostage situation unfolding a deal is made that will see Falcone leave Gotham for good and Fish take over the crime empire. But other schemes come in to play as Oswald informs Falcone of the extent of Fish’s betrayal. Join us as we discuss the episode in full detail on Gotham TV Podcast.
Erin Richards (Barbara Kean) and Robin Lord Taylor (Oswald Cobblepot aka The Penguin) hosted in conjunction with Global Citizen and Stageit.com a live video chat about the “Live Below the Line” challenge to help raise funds and awareness for all the people to live below the extreme poverty line. They also talked about their experiences on Gotham and answered fan questions. If you interested in finding out more about the “Live Below the Line” challenge head over to their website – https://www.livebelowtheline.com/
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Date Recorded: 17/03/2015
Date published: 18/03/2015
MP3, 1 hour 09 minutes 128kbps, 63.7 MB
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