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Season 4

Episode 1: “A Dark Knight: Pax Penguina”
Original air date: September 21, 2017
Directed by: Danny Cannon
Written by: John Stephens

Gordon fears Jonathan Crane is still alive and back in Gotham, when The Scarecrow’s signature MO is used in a series of robberies. Meanwhile, Penguin’s “licensing” of crime in the city backfires during the grand opening of his new Iceberg Lounge. Also, in the aftermath of his encounter with Ra’s Al Ghul, Bruce begins his vigilante watch.

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Episode 2: “A Dark Knight: The Fear Reaper”
Original air date: September 28, 2017
Directed by: Louis Milito
Written by: Danny Cannon

Under pressure to prove that the GCPD is still powerful, Gordon attempts to bring in Jonathan Crane. However, Gordon puts himself in a dangerous situation at Arkham when he is forced to fight off lunatics and the demon within himself. Meanwhile, with Barbara’s unexpected return, Selina and Tabitha must consider risks that come with joining her in the weapon business.

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Episode 3: “A Dark Knight: They Who Hide Behind Masks”
Original air date: October 5, 2017
Directed by: Mark Tonderai
Written by: Steven Lilien and Bryan Wynbrandt

Gordon takes matters into his own hands when he travels to Miami in attempts to persuade Carmine Falcone for his help in the fight against Penguin. There, he meets Carmine’s daughter, Sofia, who unexpectedly follows Gordon back to Gotham. The battle for Penguin’s prized weaponry continues during auction night at the Iceberg Lounge and Bruce’s presence puts him on Penguin’s radar.

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Episode 4: “A Dark Knight: The Demon’s Head”
Original air date: October 12, 2017
Directed by: Kenneth Fink
Written by: Ben McKenzie

Bruce Wayne puts the lives of Gotham Natural History Museum historian Niles Winthrop and his grandson, Alex, in danger in an attempt to uncover the meaning behind his prized knife from the auction. Meanwhile, Ra’s Al Ghul proves he’ll take deadly measures to achieve what he wants. Also, with Sofia Falcone in town, she is on a mission to win back Gotham from Penguin.

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Episode 5: “A Dark Knight: The Blade’s Path”
Original air date: October 19, 2017
Directed by: Scott White
Written by: Tze Chun

Nygma comes face-to-face with Butch Gilzean, but he is not who he used to be. In an attempt to regain power and identity, Nygma decides to put his former partner’s skills to the test. Meanwhile, Sofia Falcone takes action to protect her own life by appealing to Penguin’s vulnerable side. With the power of the dagger in his possession, Bruce surprises those around him with his bold actions.

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Episode 6: “A Dark Knight: Hog Day Afternoon”
Original air date: October 26, 2017
Directed by: Mark Tonderai
Written by: Kim Newton

Gordon and Bullock are hot on a serial killer who has been assassinating cops and dressing his victims in the severed heads of pigs as his signature mark. Meanwhile, Sofia tries to win over Penguin, and Thompkins, Nygma and Grundy find themselves an unlikely home at Cherry’s place.

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Episode 7: “A Dark Knight: A Day in the Narrows”
Original air date: November 2, 2017
Directed by: John Behring
Written by: Peter Blake

With Professor Pyg striking fear throughout Gotham, Gordon and Bullock head into the Narrows to look for clues. Bruce Wayne meets a former friend, Grace, who convinces him to come along for a night out with some old classmates. Meanwhile, Sofia’s relationships with Penguin and Gordon continue to evolve.

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Episode 8: “A Dark Knight: Stop Hitting Yourself”
Original air date: November 9, 2017
Directed by: Rob Bailey
Written by: Charlie Huston

Grundy and Nygma become main attractions at Cherry’s Place in The Narrows. Penguin wants revenge when he hears Nygma is mocking him on stage and enlists The Sirens for help. Meanwhile, Gordon is offered the position of GCPD Captain, putting him at odds with Bullock.

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Episode 9: “A Dark Knight: Let Them Eat Pie”
Original air date: November 16, 2017
Directed by: Nathan Hope
Written by: Iturri Sosa

Professor Pyg continues to torment Gotham city, involving Jim Gordon whenever possible. Sofia and Penguin get ready for a fundraiser for the orphanage, and things don’t go as planned when Professor Pyg shows up as the chef. Meanwhile, Bruce’s partying gets in the way of his relationship with Alfred.

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Episode 10: “A Dark Knight: Things That Go Boom”
Original air date: November 30, 2017
Directed by: Louis Milito
Written by: Steven Lilien and Bryan Wynbrandt

Gordon tries to broker a deal with Penguin that involves Sofia. Meanwhile, Alfred tries to pull Bruce out of his teenage-angst and downward spiral, as Lee Thompkins gains more control over the Narrows.

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Episode 11: “A Dark Knight: Queen Takes Knight”
Original air date: December 7, 2017
Directed by: Danny Cannon
Written by: John Stephens

Things get complicated for Gordon, Sophia and Penguin when Carmine Falcone comes to town. Alfred tries to get through to Bruce once and for all, while Nygma struggles to gain control over The Riddler persona and Tabitha attempts to make Grundy remember his past. Meanwhile, a familiar smile resurfaces in Gotham.

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Episode 12: “A Dark Knight: Pieces of a Broken Mirror”
Original air date: March 1, 2018
Directed by: Hanelle M. Culpepper
Written by: Danny Cannon

Gordon is called to the scene after The Toy Maker is hired to assassinate one of Gotham’s doctors. Lee Thompkins begins to try to rebuild the Narrows, with Nygma as her partner. Meanwhile, Alfred’s new life in the Narrows becomes complicated and Ivy reveals her new persona to Selina.

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Episode 13: “A Dark Knight: A Beautiful Darkness”
Original air date: March 8, 2018
Directed by: John Stephens
Written by: Tze Chun

Ivy tracks a secret project on which Wayne Enterprises is working and begins to target anyone that can give her information. Meanwhile, Jerome becomes obsessed with Penguin in Arkham. Also, Gordon begins to second guess his deal with Sofia and an unsettling dream sequence shakes up Bruce.

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Episode 14: “A Dark Knight: Reunion”
Original air date: March 15, 2018
Directed by: Annabelle Frost
Written by: Peter Blake

Ivy picks her next target, leading Gordon and Lucius back to an old friend, as Selina tries to take matters into her own hands. Sofia wants full control of Gotham and turns to Lee about the state of the Narrows. Meanwhile, Bruce tries to make amends with Alfred, and Nygma visits Arkham.

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Episode 15: “A Dark Knight: The Sinking Ship The Grand Applause”
Original air date: March 22, 2018
Directed by: Nick Copus
Written by: Seth Boston

Bullock and Gordon try to track down someone who is key in Sofia’s control over Gotham. Meanwhile, Penguin, Lee and Nygma enlist an unlikely ally as they seek revenge, and Selina asks Bruce for a favor to help rid her of her guilt over Ivy.

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Episode 16: “A Dark Knight: One Of My Three Soups”
Original air date: March 29, 2018
Directed by: Ben McKenzie
Written by: Charlie Huston

Arkham’s “finest” give Gordon and Bullock a run for their money, as they hatch a plan to escape the asylum. Meanwhile, Bruce devises his own strategy to thwart their plans. Also, Barbara gets an offer she can’t refuse.

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Episode 17: “A Dark Knight: Mandatory Brunch Meeting”
Original air date: April 5, 2018
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Gordon and Bullock try to stay one step ahead as Jerome zeros in on his next target. Meanwhile, Nygma hosts a riddle game show in the Narrows and faces his toughest challenger in Lee Thompkins, and Penguin goes to see Butch with a proposal.

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Episode 18: “A Dark Knight: That’s Entertainment”
Original air date: April 12, 2018
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The Arkham inmates are still running freely in Gotham and they’re only getting more difficult to catch. Gordon develops a plan, but reluctantly has to turn to Bruce for help. Meanwhile, Barbara finds out just how far her new friends are willing to go for her.

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Episode 19: “A Dark Knight: To Our Deaths and Beyond”
Original air date: April 19, 2018
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Written by: Iturri Sosa

Gordon and Bullock try to figure out who the clever thief is behind the robberies of various bank branches in Gotham. Meanwhile, Barbara is put in danger, forcing Tabitha to recruit help.

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Episode 20: “A Dark Knight: That Old Corpse”
Original air date: May 3, 2018
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Chaos erupts at the GCPD, sending Gordon on a wild goose chase for the culprit behind the mass takeover. Meanwhile, a friend of Bruce’s becomes paranoid, resulting in rash and destructive behavior.

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Episode 21: “A Dark Knight: One Bad Day”
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Episode 22: “A Dark Knight: No Man’s Land”
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Directed by: Nathan Hope
Written by: Seth Boston and John Stephens

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