In our 40th episode of Gotham TV Podcast we discuss Gotham The Scarecrow this is the second part of an arc of Gotham which introduced us to Gerald and Jonathan Crane. The episode aired on Channel 5 in the UK on the 6th of April 2015.
With Jim Gordon and Harvey Bullock on the trail of Dr Gerald Crane (Julian Sands), time is running out for him to develop a permanent cure for what he sees as a genetic flaw in the human race, FEAR. By harvesting the organs of his terrified victims Dr. Crane has created a toxin which he will give to his son Jonathan Crane (Charlie Tahan) that may have a lasting impact on the young Gotham citizen. Also in this episode we discover what happened to Fish Mooney when her escape from Gotham was interrupted by kidnappers and the G.C.P.D. finds a replacement for the recently sacked Medical Examiner in the form of Jim Gordon’s new love interest Doctor Leslie Tompkins.
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The music at the start of this weeks episode is Ian Browns appropriately titled F.E.A.R we end the episode with the original 1977 version of “No More Heroes” by British band The Stranglers The song was covered by the house band in The Penguin’s bar “Oswald’s”.
Join us again next week when we go to the circus as we discuss Episode 16 of Gotham The Blind Fortune Teller. We were so excited by the preview that Fox put out for this episode in February that we recorded an extended Joker Watch preview which you can listen to here. Thanks as always for listening.
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Date Recorded: 07/04/2015
Date published: 07/04/2015
MP3, 1 hr. 22 min. 128kbps, 75.0 MB
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