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The #DCTV Secrets of GOTHAM: Episode 15 - "The Scarecrow"

The #DCTV Secrets of GOTHAM: Episode 15 - "The...

By Paul Malmont Monday, February 9th, 2015

Let's share some secrets by the campfire.

Never a dull moment on GOTHAM! Here are this week’s #DCTV Secrets you’ll be talking about tomorrow:

 

  • Who is The Scarecrow?
  • Where is Fish Mooney?
  • Riddler v. Penguin?
  • No more heroes anymore?

Previous #DCTV GOTHAM Secrets

  1. #DCTV Secrets of GOTHAM: Episode 1
  2. #DCTV Secrets of GOTHAM: Episode 2
  3. #DCTV Secrets of GOTHAM: Episode 3
  4. #DCTV Secrets of GOTHAM: Episode 4
  5. #DCTV Secrets of GOTHAM: Episode 5
  6. #DCTV Secrets of GOTHAM: Episode 6
  7. #DCTV Secrets of GOTHAM: Episode 7
  8. #DCTV Secrets of GOTHAM: Episode 8
  9. #DCTV Secrets of GOTHAM: Episode 9
  10. #DCTV Secrets of GOTHAM: Episode 10
  11. #DCTV Secrets of GOTHAM: Episode 11
  12. #DCTV Secrets of GOTHAM: Episode 12
  13. #DCTV Secrets of GOTHAM: Episode 13
  14. #DCTV Secrets of GOTHAM: Episode 14

Want to carry on the conversation? Jump on #DCTV in Twitter and see what clues others have found.

 

Don’t go any further if you don’t want to know any more.  But of course you do and you will.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Introducing The Scarecrow.

As we discussed last week, young Jonathan Crane will grow up to become the villainous Scarecrow.  Now we know his origin story and it’s pretty tragic.  It’s going to take some serious therapy to help this poor kid out with his daddy issues.  And speaking of his daddy, will the adrenal gland formula he was developing become The Scarecrow’s dreaded fear toxin?

 

A Fish in hot water.

Where is Fish Mooney?  Some kind of subterranean underground prison and a new, dangerous locale.  Is she even in Gotham anymore?

The Alpha-villains meet.

Did you catch that?   The Riddler and Penguin together for the first time.  After sizing each other up, it’s obvious that there’s no love lost between the two. 

But this meeting is certainly historic by any measure.

Oswald’s goes punk.

Now that Oswald has taken over the nightclub, there’s been a change in musical direction.  As we’ve noted here before, the soundtrack of this show is one of its many pleasures.  Oswald seems to have a taste for 70’s punk as the onstage band ripped through The Stranglers' “No More Heroes Anymore.”

Think we missed any secrets or that maybe we're holding out on you?  Let us hear about it in the comments section!

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