Subject: Re: What Did You Watch? 2017-11-09 (Thursday)
In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Obveeus<Obveeus@aol.com>
> On 11/10/2017 3:32 PM, anim8rfsk wrote:
> > In article
> >> ,
> > BTR1701<email@example.com> wrote:
> >> Ian J. Ball<IJBall@mac.invalid> wrote:
> >>> Gotham - "Stop Hitting Yourself". An episode that's actually very light
> >>> on Gordon, as we focus on the "fight club" where Grundy, Riddler and
> >>> Dr. Leslie are hanging out. Penguin orders the female trio of Barbara,
> >>> Tabby, and CatGrrl to go to the club to pinch Riddler. But there, Tabby
> >>> discovers that "Butch" is still "alive", and Barbara discovers that
> >>> Leslie has been hangin' out there, so they get sidetracked. Eventually,
> >>> Penguin sends Firefly(?) too, when the three ladies "fail" in their
> >>> mission's time-limit, but Leslie and the three babes stand up to
> >>> Firefly, and save Riddler. Now the three dames are off Penguin's
> >>> payroll, and Leslie is running the fight club.
> >>> Meanwhile, Gordon displaces Bullock as Captain, after Gordon loses
> >>> faith in Bullock.
> >> 'Cause that's how cop shops work: if you lose faith in the boss, you can
> >> just take over and replace him.
> > Well, they sort of almost reasonably set it up.
> > Commissioner McMillan calls in Gordon. Hands him a piece of paper
> > making him a Captain (it requires Gordon's signature at the bottom to
> > take effect, which seems sort of wonky). Apparently the promotion
> > requires taking over the precinct, as if these things are inseparable.
> > Gordon says he won't do that to Bullock. Mac says Bullock is gone
> > either way, and the other candidates for Captain are all in P.N. Guin's
> > pocket. The Commish tells Gordon he can think about it. Gordon finds
> > Bullock drunk and skirting his duties, so he signs the paper. My
> > complaint is that he didn't sit Harvey down and tell him what was going
> > on first.
> > Now, if you want to complain about something, how about the bullets?
> > Last week a bunch of cops got shot.
> > They have a ceremony where each injured cop gets presented the bullet
> > that was dug out of them, now gold plated.
> > Bullock has the bullets in a lovely presentation box, all unmarked as to
> > which is which.
> > And they haven't caught the guy that shot (most of) the cops yet so ...
> > these are evidence in an active cop killing investigation!!!
> The gold plating helps preserve the evidence.
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