Chicago Redshirt May 5, 2015 Share May 5, 2015 So many mixed feelings... Props for killing Maroni. I thought that he was protected by plot armor because in most of the previous incarnations of the character, he lives to give Harvey Dent his infamous acid wash well after Batman's all growed up. Maybe that means that people are less safe than one might think. So I guess we don't need to know how Fish and co. survived after the helicopter was shot and Fish was wounded. We don't even need to know how they got in a boat and found their way back to Gotham. We can just forget that Dollmaker's security team should have caught up to them. All we need to know is they are here. The first attempted hit on Falcone was pretty ridiculously bad. The second one was worse. I can appreciate the homage to the Godfather with the mobster left semi-defenseless at the deserted hospital, but come on! The bad guys bring Loeb to have a parlay with Jim instead of just killing him? Why would anyone salute Jim? Police officers as far as I know don't salute superiors in general. Last I checked, Leslie was the M.E. Why is she supposed to have any sort of professional relationship with Barbara, who is living? And how is it possible that Barbara killed her parents without having blood all over her? How come Gordon is suddenly saying he's done in this town? Last I checked, he just helped close out a serial killer who had taken out a couple dozen women over years. When the mobsters started shooting up the ambulance, how could they tell it was Jim from when they started shooting? So Falcone had been talking smack all season and one little rocket-powered grenade is enough to make him wuss out. And he gives Gordon a phallic symbol from his father before he calls it quits. I would probably give a lot for Falcone to admit that he was lying about getting out the game, and lying about the knife being Jim's dad's. I wonder if Alfred was supposed to know about proto-Bat Cave and about whatever Thomas Wayne was up to, or if he's just discovering it with Bruce. I kinda hate it that like in so many incarnations of the Bat-mythos, Martha Wayne doesn't really do anything but die. 7 Link to comment
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