Jim’s on a bad trip courtesy of the Red Queen in our Gotham Season 3 Episode 7 Review for “Red Queen” as we discuss our Top Five moments of this Episode.
Synopsis for Gotham Season 3 Episode 7 Review Red Queen Podcast
Directed by: Scott White
Written by: Megan Mostyn-Brown
Valerie Vale recovers from her gunshot wound, but ends her relationship with Jim Gordon, knowing he manipulated Jervis Tetch into shooting her instead of Leslie Thompkins. Meanwhile Tetch’s plan for revenge is not over, he breaks into the morgue and drains the blood from his sister Alice’s corpse for use on the elite of Gotham . However, as Jim tries to catch Tetch he is exposed to the powerful “Red Queen” hallucinogen, that shows Jim three parts to his life as they might become or might have been – a war-torn GCPD, a life married to Lee with two children, and an encounter with his deceased father. Jim is rescued from the Red Queen’s effects by Mario Falcone who bring him back to consciousness. Elsewhere, before his attendance of the “Founder’s Dinner” Oswald Cobblepot attempts to manipulate Isabella encouraging her to break off her and Ed Nygma’s blossoming romance, but to no avail.As Captain Barnes questions a suspect over the break-in at the morgue he again loses control; but he and Bullock deduce Tetch’s plan to spread the virus at the city Founders’ Party, and arrest him in time. Gordon decides to honor his father’s wish, who had encouraged him to better protect Gotham, by re-joining the GCPD.
Jervis Tetch (Benedict Samuel) begins his revenge on Jim Gordon (Ben McKenzie) for the death of his sister Alice as he kidnaps and hypnotizes several civilians into life-threatening situations. He forces Jim to choose whom he will save. Meanwhile, Oswald Cobblepot (Robin Lord Taylor) realizes his true feelings for Edward Nygma (Cory Michael Smith) and plans to confess his love to him, but a familiar face comes back into Nygma’s life. As Tetch makes his game more personal, the stakes get higher for Jim as Tetch later kidnaps Valerie Vale (Jamie Chung) and Leslie Tompkins (Morena Baccarin). At a macabre tea party he again forces Gordon to make a choice. This time he asks who “Who do you Love?”, “Who should I kill?”; as Jim answers a single shot rings out as his choice is made.
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Date Recorded: 22/05/2017
Date Published: 23/05/2017
MP3, 45.49 min. 96kbps, 31.7 MB
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