Gotham Nightline – Gotham Fan Podcast

Gotham Nightline is a weekly podcast on the GonnaGeek Network dedicated to the Fox TV series “Gotham.” Hosts Jonolobster, AprilJo and Billy bring you unbiased critiques and informed analysis of every episode, along with the latest news from Gotham City. Google+

Gotham Nightline is a member of the GonnaGeek Podcast Network but is not owned by GonnaGeek.

Gotham Nightline – The Fearsome Dr. Crane

The doctor is in! Jonolobster and AprilJo sit down to share our thoughts on part one of the Scarecrow origin story two-parter, “The Fearsome Dr. Crane.” We discuss the Penguin’s road trip, Fish’s sea voyage, Jim and Harvey’s new loves, and pitch teacup pigs as the hip new villain accessory. But does this episode deliver…

Read More

Gotham Nightline – Welcome Back, Jim Gordon

Welcome back, Gotham Nightline listeners! This time around, Jonolobster and Billy are joined by Keir (Gallifrey Public Radio) and Julie (freelance podcaster) for a review of “Welcome Back, Jim Gordon.” We discuss elaborate death traps, kiddie corner, stunt casting vs. public relations, Butch’s fate, snowglobe tossing, and we still manage to find time to complain…

Read More

Gotham Nightline – What The Little Bird Told Him

It might just be the dry winter air, but Jonolobster and AprilJo get shocked by the latest episode of Gotham. Perhaps it has something to do with the impressive-looking villain of the week or the latest twist in the mob war storyline, but this episode finds us doling out the praise. We celebrate Gotham’s series…

Read More

Gotham Nightline – Rogues’ Gallery

Gotham is back from hiatus along with Jonolobster and AprilJo. We discuss ‘90s Batman movies, Agents of SHIELD, and spread a little Agent Carter love before diving into “Rogues’ Gallery.” We ponder the nature of bonsai trees, loyalty among gangsters, and the general lack of rogues in this particular gallery. But should this episode lie…

Read More

Gotham Nightline – Lovecraft

Finally, it’s our long-lost “Lovecraft” episode! After a bit of a delay, AprilJo and Jonolobster discuss the mid-season finale of season one of Gotham. We discuss poutine, binge-watching comic book TV and movies, and what we’ve been up to during the hiatus. We also discuss the episode itself, including our theories about who hired the…

Read More

Gotham Nightline – Harvey Dent

Billy is back in the blimp for another Gotham Nightline! This week, we talk about the other side of the coin, reluctant villains, lilac perfume, pre-teen romance, exposition vaults and playing the lesbian card. But does this episode make us believe in Harvey Dent? Listen to find out!

Read More

Gotham Nightline – The Mask

The first rule of office fight club? Always save your Crime Doctor receipts for insurance purposes! This week, Jonolobster and AprilJo are joined by Stargate Pioneer from the Arrow podcast The Starling Tribune, the Agents of SHIELD podcast Legends of SHIELD and the Defiance podcast Voices of Defiance, all on the GonnaGeek Network! We discuss…

Read More

Gotham Nightline – Penguin’s Umbrella

The rain in Gotham falls on the just and unjust alike, but mostly on the just, because the Penguin is a freaking boss. Jonolobster and AprilJo are joined by guest host Dr. Shaun Treat, who teaches about the mythic rhetoric of American superheroes. Together, they discuss the reveal of the Penguin’s secret alliance, the debut…

Read More

Gotham Nightline – Spirit of the Goat

The rich kids of Gotham have been baaaad and the Goat is here to punish them. This week Jonolobster and AprilJo are joined by guest host Eric of Arthouse Legends who shares his perspective on the show so far. We explore the symbolism of the Gotham Goat, speculate on the possible fate of Barbara Gordon,…

Read More

Gotham Nightline – Viper

There’s something in the air and the Gotham Nightline crew is here to talk about it. Aside from covering the events of “Viper,” we discuss drug use, the Gallon Challenge, and Oedipus Complexes. Jonolobster coins a new phrase, AprilJo breaks down her theory for the rest of the season, and we bid a fond farewell…

Read More