- Gotham Season 4 Episode 10 Review: Things That Go Boom
- Gotham Season 4, Episode 10 Recap: Things That Go Boom
- ‘Gotham’ recap: 4?10 “Things That Go Boom”
Gotham Season 4 Episode 10 Review: Things That Go Boom
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We viewers were given an entire commercial break to stew in that plot development and decide how we might feel about Oswald blowing up Martin in an effort to demonstrate just how serious he is about controlling the Gotham underworld. Of course, it as just a ruse, one that allowed Martin to live and me to continue to care about Penguin. Yes, he's a garbage person who values power more than human life, but, in Robin Lord Taylor's masterful hands, there is enough humanity to Oswald that you can't help but root for him I'm sad to see Martin go, but the fact that Penguin cared about him enough to send him away is exactly why this character works so well. Of course, Martin's almost-death was only the culmination of the ever-escalating war between Oswald and Sofia that served as the "A" plot for tonight's excellent episode. These two have been conspiring against each other in some form all season, and it was endlessly rewarding to see things start to come to a head, with both characters moving the city's pawns around the board: Jim and Martin, namely. It all would have been more cut-and-dry and less interesting if not for the agency of the other players in town.
Gotham works best when it has a main story and one or two sub-stories in an episode. It may have one of the largest casts of any television series, and there are episodes where certain elements are just put aside. When they try to touch base with everyone, it becomes a mess. When they focus on a single element, it loses its grandeur. Gordon wants to know who the Pyg really is and we learn that he has a complete reconstructed face with titanium additions to reshape his skull. Gordon pushes him and discovers a southern accent underneath.
Sign in. See the list. Gordon tries to broker a deal with Penguin that involves Sofia. Meanwhile, Alfred tries to pull Bruce out of his teenage-angst and downward spiral, as Lee Thompkins gains more control over the Narrows. Enjoy a night in with these popular movies available to stream now with Prime Video. Start your free trial.
You know things are going to be good when the episode opens with a murder via vinyl record in Arkham prison. But life goes on in Gotham. Penguin has officially declared Sofia his enemy, but she is not going down easily. And in a less desirable neighborhood of Gotham, Lee struggles to maintain control of the Narrows. Turns out Pyg has had some work done, so the face he wears is not actually his own.
The fourth season of the American television series Gotham , based on characters from DC Comics related to the Batman franchise , revolves around the characters of James Gordon and Bruce Wayne. The subtitle for the season is A Dark Knight. The season was ordered in May , and production began the following month. The fourth season premiered on September 21, , on Fox , while the second half premiered on March 1, The season concluded on May 17, The season received positive reviews from critics and audiences, who cited the character development, writing and action sequences as highlights of the season, with some calling it the best season yet. The premiere was watched by 3.
Gotham Season 4, Episode 10 Recap: Things That Go Boom
‘Gotham’ recap: 4?10 “Things That Go Boom”