His version of that,however, was to get Barbara out of town and then convince Bullock to join him in arresting the Mayor and Don Falcone on charges of framing Pepper(the now deceased dad of the future Poison Ivy) for the Waynes' murder. It was great to see him kick ass(also, that Montoya and Allen are on his side now) and be in serious in charge mode here. Hopefully, more of this side of Gordon will be on display for the rest of the season:
She and Penguin do get some brief face time and if I were her, I wouldn't underestimate him. Just because he doesn't strike back when first assaulted doesn't mean that he isn't planning a more lethal injury in return,as Maroni's second in command found out the hard way. Oh and the secret alliance between Penguin and Falcone? So of the awesome, I so love this show right now:
As much as I enjoy the gripping details of the apocalypse plot line, these humorous moments do round the intensity out nicely. Plus, seeing Ichabod with his hair down in more ways that one is the cherry on the sexy sundae that is him:
Henry was totally on board with this(the Headless Horseman objected but had no final say on the matter) and during a brief lull in the proceedings, Katrina and Ichabod debated over whether or not their son could be turned back to the side of good.
You could argue that he never was a good guy in the first place and as Abbie pointed out, he is planning to end life on earth,so how do you come back from that? Then again, as Katrina said, Henry didn't have any family in his life before and maybe there still is a spark of humanity left within him. We shall see, yet I hope that they figure this out in the nick of time instead of discovering the truth when it's much too late:
Her name is Kitty Winter(and yes, she is a character from one of the classic Holmes stories), who Sherlock took on as a way of getting over Watson's departure.
She seems pretty capable and should be fun to get to know. However, she does have some baggage of her own that is yet to be unpacked. Joan is a little startled by this new development but determined to keep her independence and rightly so. Looking forward to seeing more of Miss Kitty as the season goes on(and how cool is it that Joan wound up with Clyde the turtle?):
LAST WEEK TONIGHT: John Oliver is totally slaying the satire scene and it's great that other comedians are getting to play in his backyard, as this hilarious Home Depot ad parody, starring Sarah Baker, Nick Offerman and H. Jon Benjamin, shows: