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The Gotham After Show recaps, reviews and discusses episodes of FOX's Gotham.

Show Summary: Jim Gordon is a rising detective in corrupt Gotham City, where his late father was a successful district attorney. Brave, honest and determined to prove himself, Jim hopes to return the city to the glamorous, purer version he remembers as a child. He and his partner, legendary Detective Harvey Bullock, must navigate the dirty politics of Gotham's justice system, even as they tackle a high-profile case, the murder of billionaires Thomas and Martha Wayne. Gordon becomes a friend to their young orphan, Br

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    • 4.3, 14 Ratings

The Gotham After Show recaps, reviews and discusses episodes of FOX's Gotham.

Show Summary: Jim Gordon is a rising detective in corrupt Gotham City, where his late father was a successful district attorney. Brave, honest and determined to prove himself, Jim hopes to return the city to the glamorous, purer version he remembers as a child. He and his partner, legendary Detective Harvey Bullock, must navigate the dirty politics of Gotham's justice system, even as they tackle a high-profile case, the murder of billionaires Thomas and Martha Wayne. Gordon becomes a friend to their young orphan, Br

Customer Reviews

4.3 out of 5
14 Ratings

14 Ratings

AllysonB ,

The host's personal issues ruined it for me.

I decided to rewatch Gotham and was hoping I could find a companion podcast that would focus on the show, but also talk about connections to and differences from the comics. This podcast seemed to fit the bill, HOWEVER...I'm 15 episodes in and the host, Ryan Hooks, has made a joke four or five times now about how women are always messing things up. The first time, I thought “Okay, he made a joke. It wasn't funny, but whatever.” The second time, I had to stop and scratch my head. The third time...you get it. You can only hear the same joke so many times before you wonder if its actually a joke. In episode 15, he says “Women always ruin everything for everyone” and then doubles down on the statement when his cohosts call him out on it. I get it dude. You have issues with women. How much worse does it get later in the show when there are several strong female characters? I can't imagine listening to 85 more hours of that.

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