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Gotham: Season 3 Episode 10 Reviews

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MaryAnn Sleasman
July 18, 2018

Jim and Lee just aren't that interesting or sympathetic compared to literally everyone else on this show right now.

Sydney Bucksbaum
July 18, 2018

Whether you're a good guy like Jim Gordon, an innocent bystander like Lee's fiance Mario, or even a villain like Edward Nygma or Tabitha Galavan, you're always ending up with the short end of the stick.

Matt Fowler
IGN Movies
July 18, 2018

"Time Bomb" wasn't a great episode, but it did use just about every Gotham performer in a meaningful way.

Full Review | Original Score: 7.2/10
Kyle Fowle
AV Club
Top Critic
July 18, 2018

Never change, Barbara. You're perfect.

Kiel Phegley
December 12, 2017

That grotesque zig-zag style served this week's "Time Bomb" episode well.

Jeffrey Lyles
Lyles' Movie Files
December 29, 2016

Going back to the Lee/Gordon well seems like a misstep, but the developments of Nygma and Barbara's crew definitely made this a good step in what's been a great Riddler arc.

Full Review | Original Score: 8/10
Vinnie Mancuso
Top Critic
November 22, 2016

Well, surprise surprise, it turns out you can't even get engaged to the son of a notorious crime boss in Gotham City anymore without having to worry about him getting infected with magical carnie blood and turning into a hulking rage-monster.

Lisa Babick
TV Fanatic
November 22, 2016

As suspected, Mario isn't as innocent as he appears, and on Gotham Season 3 Episode 10 we learned exactly what his little secret might be. It doesn't spell good news for Jim or Lee.

Full Review | Original Score: 4.5/5
Kayti Burt
Den of Geek
November 22, 2016

"Time Bomb" was a particularly bloody episode of Gotham, but it balanced the gore by tying together multiple plotlines in satisfying ways.

Full Review | Original Score: 4/5
Robert Yaniz, Jr.
November 22, 2016

Bruce and Selina's discovery regarding the Court of Owls has re-energized what many assumed would be the major thrust of the season but which has taken a backseat ever since Bruce made a truce with the secret organization earlier this season.

Sage Young
Entertainment Weekly
Top Critic
November 22, 2016

The persistent, low-key animosity between Selina and Alfred is my favorite.

Full Review | Original Score: B+
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