Critic Consensus: Two doomed couples get the spotlight in a satisfying teaser for new storylines to come, although Jim Gordon's trigger-happy conduct may leave some viewers wondering who they are supposed to root for.
as James Gordon
as Harvey Bullock
as Bruce Wayne
as Dr. Leslie Thompkins
as Alfred Pennyworth
as Oswald Cobblepot/The Penguin
as Barbara Kean
as Selina Kyle
as Edward Nigma
as Tabitha Galavan
as Lucius Fox
as Butch Gilzean
as Poison Ivy/Ivy Pepper
as Capt. Nathaniel Barnes
as Jervis Tetch/Mad Hatter
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Critic reviews for Mad City: Beware the Green-Eyed Monster
Man, credit to Cory Michael Smith and Robin Lord Taylor for mining some genuine emotion from the comic book-iest of comic book storytelling.
"Green-Eyed Monster" was a strong way to cap the first half of the season. With a ton of potentially terrific storylines and major fallout to come from this episode, Gotham's second half is shaping up to be very interesting.
"Beware the Green-Eyed Monster" was a decent fall send-off for Gotham, focusing heavily on Jim and Lee's tortured love story.
In spite of its predictability, "Beware the Green-Eyed Monster" was a thrill, leaving the audience eagerly waiting for the new episodes in January to debut.
Jim looks like a jealous killer in the same way the episode looks like a classic thriller. You feel it for a second, but you know it won't last long.
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