Okay, no riddles this episode, but Nygma’s certainly got a way of getting Jim Gordon in trouble that he, admittedly, deserves for killing Theo Galavan, but we’ll get to that in a bit.
Well, that was a surprise. Not that it happened, mind you, but the timing and the target threw me for a loop. You want that in a show like The Walking Dead, though it should be noted again that if we’re spending a good amount of time with a character who normally doesn’t get that much attention, keep an eye out.
Okay, I’m finished.