Gotham season 4 episode 4 is entitled “The Demon’s Head,” and there’s almost nothing else you need to know to guess what’s coming. This is going to be the biggest showcase of the Ra’s al Ghul character to date on the series. You’ll see and understand more of who he is, where he comes from within this world, and also more in terms of what he wants. To call his story a slow burn would be making a gross understatement, given that this is a character who was hyped for much of last season in the press before turning up at the very end. He’s also been used fairly sparingly on the show this time around and we’re really just starting now to get a better sense of who he actually is within this world.
If you do want to get a little more insight now regarding what you can hope to see from Ra’s on the show, and the larger episode as a whole, but sure to look at the synopsis below.
Gotham season 4 episode 4 synopsis – “Bruce Wayne puts the lives of Gotham Natural History Museum historian Niles Winthrop (guest star Dakin Matthews) and his grandson, Alex (guest-star Benjamin Stockholm), in danger in an attempt to uncover the meaning behind his prized knife from the auction. Meanwhile, Ra’s Al Ghul (Alexander Siddig) proves he’ll take deadly measures to achieve what he wants. Also, with Sofia Falcone (Crystal Reed) in town, she is on a mission to win back Gotham from Penguin in the all-new “A Dark Knight: The Demon’s Head” episode of GOTHAM airing Thursday, Oct. 12 (8:00-9:01 PM ET/PT) on FOX.”
The battle between Sofia and Oswald is one of the most interesting ones that we’re going to have a chance to watch this season given that they’re power brokers who choose to use that power in very different ways. It’s going to be an interesting evolution from the Penguin vs. Carmine Falcone battles of old, and Oswald may make the mistake that she operates the same way as her dad.
What do you want to see on Gotham season 4 episode 4?
Are you interested in getting to see the Gotham version of the character, or are you still getting some burnout due to the Arrow version of the character in the past? Let us know some of your thoughts on the subject below!
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