Fox‘s Gotham Tonight’s the Night Review. Gotham City’s Podcast: The Gotham Podcast: Season 2, Episode 8: Tonight’s the Night is an audio review in which FilmBook contributor Mike Smith discusses his reaction to the latest episode of Fox’s Gotham.
Gotham: Season 2, Episode 8: Tonight’s the Night‘s plot synopsis (spoilers): “Theo Galavan gives Barbara permission to kill Gordon, and he also offers Bruce a proposition: Bruce turn his position in Wayne Enterprises to Theo, and in return Theo gives Bruce the information about his parent’s killer and the culprits. Barbara walks inside the GCPD, and Gordon suggests to risk himself to find more information about Galavan. While en route to an unknown location on Barbara’s instructions, the squad car is assaulted by Tabitha and her crew. Gordon wakes up in Gotham Cathedral, where he and Barbara were going to have their wedding before their break-up. The Strike Force discovers Gordon’s location, thanks to the help of Bullock. While the Strike Force engages Tabitha’s crew and rescue Leslie (who was kidnaped by Tabitha), Gordon briefly fights Barbara, leading to Barbara hanging outside the church and falling, leading to her severe injuries. Following information obtained by Barbara, GCPD rescue Aubrey James from his abduction. Bruce declines Theo’s proposition just as Gordon arrives and arrests Theo, who destroys the evidence on the Waynes’ killer. Meanwhile, while trying to bury Kristen Kringle, Nygma discovers an injured and exhausted Penguin, who asks Nygma for help.”
Gotham: Season 2, Episode 8: Tonight’s the Night starred Ben McKenzie, Donal Logue, Robin Lord Taylor, David Mazouz, Sean Pertwee, Erin Richards, Camren Bicondova, Cory Michael Smith, Morena Baccarin, Drew Powell, James Frain, and Jessica Lucas.
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