Bullock's past comes back to haunt him when he and Gordon investigate two murders at Sirens. Meanwhile, Bruce and Alfred explore the tunnels beneath the city, and Penguin and Nygma's plans to escape are thwarted by the least likely of suspects.
Did You Know?
The Scarface Puppet, initially known as "Woody", made its debut in Detective Comics #583 (February 1988), and was first owned by Arnold Wesker's cellmate at Blackgate Penitentiary by the name of Donnegan. Wesker found himself drawn to the puppet, who began to "communicate" with Wesker and urged for the pair of them to escape. After Wesker killed his violent cellmate and made it look like a suicide, he and Scarface made their escape through a tunnel created by Donnegan years prior. The puppet, unsatisfied with the name "Woody", provided himself with a new name; one more befitting an angry criminal mind with high ambitions, Whilst Scarface appears to be a simple ventriloquist puppet and a representation of Arnold Wesker's split personality, it is sometimes implied that he may actually be sentient in someway. See more
When Jim Gordon is talking to Barbara in the police station her right arm is over her stomach in shots from the front but by her side in shots from behind. See more