’Gotham’ 3.03 ”Look Into My Eyes” Review: Enter Mad Hatter

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Gotham has been heavy on the monstrous spotlights so far in its third season, but this week’s episode was a little bit more “human”. As we have been introduced to many famous Batman villains over the past two seasons, tonight marked the debut of another one. This time it was with The Walking Dead’s Benedict Samuel entering the DC Universe as the Mad Hatter, one of the new series regulars of Season 3. We also get introduced to his complicated relationship with his sister Alice, who is just as tricky as her brother.

Leslie also returns to Gotham City as she reveals to Gordon that she is now engaged to Mario Falcone, son of Carmine Falcone (who also makes a guest appearance in tonight’s episode) and while Gordon doesn’t seem to care, it’s absolutely getting under his skin. Meanwhile, on the subject of getting under someone’s skin, Aubrey James is given quite the surprise as the Penguin decides to run for mayor in Gotham City. One of his first moves in his campaign is that he gets his good buddy, Edward Nygma, out of Arkham Asylum. Bruce is busy with getting to know his bizarre clone as we discover new mysteries about Indian Hill’s own Bruce Wayne that apparently doesn’t feel pain.

There were a lot that 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, “Look Into My Eyes”!

#5: Leslie & Gordon’s Awkward Encounter

#4: Bizarro-Bruce Gets Bizarr-er

#3: Penguin Runs For Mayor

#2: Nygma Released From Arkham

#1: Mad Hatter’s Debut

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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.