Oct 07, 2016 12:14 PM EDT
'Gotham' Season 3, Episode 3: 'Look Into My Eyes' Spoilers, Where To Watch Livestream
If "Stranger Things" has Eleven, "Gotham" Season 3 has five. Finally, Bruce Wayne (David Mazouz) and his doppleganger, Five have met.
The episode opens with the introduction and the clear display of skills of the hypnotist Jervis Tetch a.k.a the "Mad Hatter," portrayed by actor Benedict Samuel. The scene is set on the stage of "The Sirens Nightclub," which is co-owned by Barbara Kean and Tabitha Galavan. In Tetch's performance, he plants a subliminal message into a wealthy volunteer.
The original Mad Hatter first appeared in Batman #49 (1948), which was created by Bill Finger and Lew Sayre Schwartz, according to Den Of Geek. In the comics he is a diminutive criminal who wore a giant top hat.
Bruce Wayne finally meet his doppelganger in the Wayne Manor. The Doppelganger reveals that his name was 514-A, and has no other memories about himself aside from what he was called "Five" back when was imprisoned in Hugo Strange's laboratory.
Jim Gordon (Ben McKenzie) enters a new relationship with reporter, Vicki Vale. Unepectedly, his ex-girlfriend, Lee Thompkins is back in town and being offered her job back in the GCPD by Captain Barnes. Thompkins reveals to Gordon that she is noe engaged to a doctor.
Tetch visits Gordon and asks for help to find Alice. He told Gordon that her sister was an Indian Hill escapee, and was experimented on by Hugo Strange.
Ivy is still missing and Selina asks Bruce for help to find Ivy, but was tured away by Bruce. Five witnesses Bruce and Selina's conversation, and decided to cut his hair and steal Alfred's car to seek out Selina and help her. He then finds Selina and she goes with him, not knowing that the boy she's with isn't the real Bruce Wayne.
"Gotham" Season 3, Episode 3: "Look Into My Eyes" ends with cliffhangers, including Edward Nygma's release from Arkham, which was Penguin's doing, and Gordon almost being killed by Tetch, if not for Alice's help.
"Gotham" premieres every Monday at 8 p.m. on Fox. To watch livestream, click this link
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