’Gotham’ 3.02 ”Burn The Witch” Review: Poison Ivy Grows Up

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Gotham continues its third year with the rise of the monstrous evil of Gotham City, after a solid premiere last week where we saw Fish Mooney leading her army, with James Gordon targeting them as a bounty hunter. We also saw the temporary fall of Ivy Pepper as she got struck by a youth-sucking man, but as revealed in this week’s episode, didn’t kill her. This week’s episode picks up right where we left off from last week with Bruce being kidnapped by the Court of Owls who he finally interacts with and we also see Ivy, now older, emerge.

Fish continues her hunt for Hugo Strange as she is getting weaker due to her usage of her powers and thanks to a brainwashed Bullock, she finally comes face to face with Hugo. While that hunt is going on, Valerie and Gordon grow closer, despite butting heads throughout the episode. Although it does end up with quite the scene towards the end of the episode and with Leslie’s return to the city, things are most likely going to get complicated.

A lot went down in this week’s episode that we want to discuss so hit the NEXT button below and let’s go through the top 5 highlights and important moments of the Gotham Season 3 episode, “Burn The Witch”!

#5: Valerie & Gordon’s Progressing Relationship

#4: Hugo Strange’s Return

#3: Ivy Pepper All Grown Up

#2: Fish & Penguin

#1: Bruce Meets Bizarro-Bruce

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Andy Behbakht

Andy Behbakht

Andy Behbakht is an online entertainment journalist who has been covering television and movies since 2010. In addition, he is also a podcast producer.