|01 "Year Zero"||07 "Ace Chemicals"|
|02 "Trespassers"||08 "Nothing's Shocking"|
|03 "Penguin, Our Hero"||09 "The Trial of Jim Gordon"|
|04 "Ruin"||10 "I Am Bane"|
|05 "Pena Dura"||11 "They Did What?"|
|06 "13 Stitches"||12 "The Beginning..."|
Gordon and Bullock investigate a location where several kids have been kidnapped. Barbara proves to be an unlikely ally to Gordon. Meanwhile, Bruce looks into an alleged witch with healing powers for Selina, and Nygma deals with demons of his own.
Day 88: Bruce hunts down the Witch, who turns out to be Ivy, who has been captured by crooks after the loss of her sample from the Lazarus Pit. Despite this, Bruce convinces her to save Selina and reluctantly frees her in the process; she gives Bruce a seed that will repair Selina's spine, but will also "change" her forever. Selina ingests the seed and regains the ability to walk, but also gains cat-like qualities. Gordon and Bullock discover a runaway child who claims to have been a slave for an outlaw gang who intend to return to the mainland. Gordon and Bullock track the gang down and rescue all of the children, who are sent to safety, with the former being rescued by Barbara after Cobblepot places a bounty on Gordon. Meanwhile, Nygma awakens and realizes that he has kidnapped a gangster working for the Street Demons, though they have seemingly been killed by Cobblepot.
- The episode concluded with a memorial dedication to Gotham post-production coordinator Barry Friedman who passed in August 2018.
- Robin Lord Taylor (Oswald Cobblepot) does not appear in this episode. It is the sixth and final episode in which he is absent.
- At the abandoned hotel, a poster is briefly seen that identifies the hotel as "The Logerquist Hotel". In the DC Universe, Captain Jon Logerquist was the Norwegian mercenary who founded Gotham City in the year 1635. Two circular towers named "The Logerquist Towers" previously appeared in the 2015 video game Batman: Arkham Knight as a similar reference to the character.
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