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Gotham: Welcome To Arkham Asylum, Jim Gordon

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Photo Courtesy Of FOX

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Never have the words “You Can’t Fight City Hall,” carried the amount of weight that’s come down on former “Gotham” City Police Detective Jim Gordon’s head, resulting from the detective failing in his effort to clear out corruption in Gotham. One of Gordon’s main targets, corrupt Gotham City Mayor Aubrey James, punished him with a demotion, as Jim’s now guarding inmates at Arkham Asylum. Although the asylum needs major renovations, before it can run effectively, the city shortsightedly decided to house the criminally insane in the facility, before improvements came about, resulting in barely controlled chaos.

The episode opens on a rainy night in Gotham, as we first head inside the asylum, to see some of the inmates performing one of Shakespeare’s works for their fellow patients, although most of the audience seems lost in their own little universe. A tall man with glasses and a mop for a wig’s apparently the leading character, with another inmate costumed with gloves that have metal talons on them. The man in the glasses gives a cue and the on-duty nurse Dorothy Duncan, (Allyce Beasley, who played the receptionist on the Eighties hit series “Moonlighting“)supervising the play turns on a boom-box and another patient sings to the music.

While he sings, we first watch Gordon listening to him, then we head to an alley where Selena Kyle’s attempting to stay dry, in a caged area. Then we see Harvey Bullock reading the paper at the station and taking a nip out of his flask, then over to Renee Montoya’s where Barbara Keane’s passed out in bed while Montoya broods, an empty prescription bottle on Keane’s nightstand.

When he starts to sing, it agitates one of the patients in the audience Robert “Frogman” Jones, who huffs and puffs then rises from his seat, darts to the stage, picks the singer up over his head, then drops the man to the ground and begins to pummel on him. Gordon subdues Jones, while Duncan sounds the alarm. Gordon, Duncan and two orderlies bring the singer to an exam room on a stretcher, and Jim’s new boss, Arkham Director Robert Lange immediately tries to pin the blame on Gordon. He says it’s the fourth patient outburst in the four weeks he’s been assigned there. Dorothy tries taking the blame, saying the play was too sad and they’ll perform comedies from now on.

Lange says that the play had nothing to do with it, that Gordon seems incapable of handling his job and asks his guard what he has to say about that. Gordon says the patient needs medical attention and Dorothy chimes in to say he needs a doctor. Lange puts on an icy-cold smile and says he’ll send one over then walks away.

We’re introduced to another new character, Dr. Leslie Thompkins, played by Morena Baccarin, whom you may remember as the Alien leader in the Reboot of “V,” a few years back, as well as playing Brody’s wife in the first three seasons of  “Homeland.” Although she’s played rather unsympathetic characters on those series, Thompkins comes across as a genuinely good character and a probable romantic partner for Gordon, as he attempts to rebound from a broken heart.

Gordon enters the exam room and sees this woman in a white lab coat examining the singer Royston and asks if she works there. She quickly tells him she’s not an inmate, then introduces herself, telling him she works in the women’s ward but helps out in the men’s ward when they’re shorthanded.

She knows who Jim is though, without an introduction, calling him the famous Detective Jim Gordon, who got struck down trying to overtake City Hall. He says that he’s not sure famous applies, she then asks infamous and he says that’s near the mark. She says all the girls are talking about him and she admires what he’s doing, in not quitting. She says the patient’s fine, just sleeping off his meds and the two say so long.

Selena comes out of her cage as the rain stops and starts to leave the alley, when she hears what sounds like a child coughing. After scouting around, she finds it’s Ivy, Kyle suggests she needs a doctor but the girl refuses to see any more doctors. Selena says she has a place they can go and takes the girl to Barbara Keane’s apartment, she breaks in from the balcony, notices the dust that’s accumulated and a spoiled smell and realizes that Keane’s not been there for a while. She lets Ivy in the front door and tells her to lie down on the sofa and she’ll find a blanket.

We check in with our old friend The Penguin, who arrives at the docks with one of his henchmen, trying to get two older fisherman to give him a cut of their profits. One of the fishermen says they won’t give Cobblepot a cut and he asks him if they know who they’re dealing with, he’s The Penguin. The old man says he’s already paying Sal Maroni and Oswald says he’s tiring of them. The fisherman says he called the cops, and Cobblepot tells him that won’t do them any good as they control the police covering the waterfront. At that point a cruiser pulls up and two veteran uniforms emerge. Penguin says why the long faces Boys, and the cop punches him in the eye knocking him out cold.

Back at the asylum, Gordon’s checking the cells and sees Jones just sitting in his chair staring straight ahead. Jim tries to get his attention by calling his name, but Jones remains still. Gordon goes into the cell and Frogman’s just sitting there in a catatonic state, with two burn marks at the front of each temple. Jim taps him and Jones falls to the floor.

Leslie examines Jones in the next scene and says that Frogman’s the victim of a crude form of electro-shock therapy and his brain’s fried. Lange comes around the corner just then and once again tries to pin the blame on Gordon, but this time Jim throws it back on him. He says they started too early, they don’t have nearly enough staff to conduct a proper investigation and suggests calling in the GCPD. Lange tells him they’re keeping this in-house, then asks Thompkins if Jones is still breathing, she replies he’s breathing but he’s brain-dead. But Lange says if he’s breathing on his own he’s alive, then tells Gordon to investigate and he wants a copy on his desk Friday.

Gordon realizes if a patient did this they’d need to have keys to the cells and he confronts another guard named Steve and asks if he knows anything about missing keys. After trying to bluff his way out, he admits his keys were stolen during the fight at the end of the play. Gordon tells him to walk away, as he seethes with anger.

We meet up with Fish Mooney, her main henchmen Butch Gilzean and two of Falcone’s gang-leaders. The dominant guy, named Jimmy’s talking about how they need to take out Falcone, before he turns on them. Fish asks if God Forbid something happened to Falcone, who’d take over and Jimmy says he would. Fish expresses surprise at that and Jimmy says he’s next in line due to seniority. Mooney says it’s a new city and that calls for fresh, new, ideas. Jimmy asks who would she have in mind, as if he couldn’t guess, then the other gang-leader asks Jimmy who she means and he’s told she’s talking about herself. He says that’s fine with women’s lib, but Jimmy does have seniority. They then leave, but not before Jimmy and Butch exchange a look.

Back at Arkham Jim and Dorothy start interviewing the inmates in an attempt to find the missing keys. The first man he interview’s Jack Gruber, the star of the play. Gruber’s clearly unbalanced, but he’s extremely bright and very eloquent. Gordon says that Jones’ ruined Gruber’s play and that Gruber hated Frogman, however Gruber denies having any feelings about Jones. He’s named Frogman, because he believed a giant bull-frog lived in his abdomen controlling his thoughts. In Gruber’s mind Frogman had already died. Gruber then denies, taking or possessing the keys and Gordon sends him to his cell.

We then watch a montage of Jim interviewing the other inmates, and each one got crazier than the next. One dude starts making faces and sticking out his tongue and even Nurse Duncan starts to laugh. He then interviews Aaron who also performed in the play and Dorothy says that Aaron’s incapable of lying he doesn’t even grasp the concept. Gordon says but he killed his entire family with a hatchet and Duncan replies he never hurt a fly before or since. Aaron then says I said I was sorry and Gordon sends him back to his cell.

Back at Mooney’s club, Fish and Butch talk about Jimmy, she says she can get the other gang-leaders inline but Jimmy’s a different story. Butch says that he and Jimmy grew up together, he’ll arrange for the two of them to talk. Fish asks Gilzean if he’s turning on her and Butch gets totally flustered, asking how could she even joke about that. She replies every once in a while a girl gets insecure.

As we head back to Arkham, we see that Royston’s scared to death, then we see his heads wired with electrodes and someone in black rubber gloves, turns up the juice and zaps him. Gordon minutes later hears a rattling sound from one of the gates, it’s Royston shaking the gate now sporting the same marks on his head as Jones. He can speak, but only the lines from the play, they recently performed.

Leslie examines Royston and tells Gordon he underwent the same procedure, but got a lower dosage of electric current. She then says, she doesn’t understand why one patient would attempt to scramble another patient’s brains and we can see the wheels turning in Jim’s head. He tells her to stay on the women’s ward for the next few days, he thinks it’s a staff member involved and there’s going to be a lot of drama.

Gordon tells Lange that a member of the staff’s behind the attacks, Lange blows it off saying it’s an inmate and then tells Jim he can’t investigate staff members as a lowly guard. The director then says, you’re trying to force my hand and call the police, Jim says he already called.

Renee walks into her bedroom, Keane’s still in bed with her back to her looking at her cellphone, then hides it under her pillow and feigns sleep when she hears Montoya. Renee wakes her up and gives Barbara a coffee, then she says she made a terrible mistake, they are a toxic couple. When they’re together its pills and booze all the time, she straightened out once and doesn’t want to get back there again.Barbara, of course freaks out and tries to gather her stuff and leave but Montoya says she’ll leave and Barbara can stay there for a few days and leaves.

There are some incredible characters and actors and actresses that portray them on this series, but I have to admit to having a soft-spot for GCPD Detective Harvey Bullock. When we first met Bullock at the start of the series, Harvey was a formerly idealistic cop, turned bitter and corrupt, because that’s all he saw around him. But Gordon inspired him and Bullock morphed back into one of the good guys.

He enters Arkham and first encounters Frogman, then Royston timidly approaches him and Bullock says hey buddy, how you doing? Royston answers back with a line from the play and Harvey replies, Okay, That’s Cool Man, I can dig it!

At that point Lange and Gordon come out to greet Bullock and though Lange speaks first, Harvey yells out Jim, pushes Lange aside then hugs Gordon and kisses him on the cheek. As he’s telling Gordon how good he looks, Lange says the call was a misunderstanding and Bullock says that Officer Gordon did the right thing. He points to Frogman and says that’s at least third-degree assault and this case is now being investigated by the GCPD.

Lange tells Gordon that his career in law enforcement’s through and Bullock starts leaning hard on Lange asking the Director if he did this terrible thing? Lange’s sputters for seconds then says he didn’t, but Harvey says he has all sorts of questions and they should conduct the interview, at the station. He then asks Officer Gordon to investigate the staff files.

We’re back at the water-front, this time at the meeting between Butch and Jimmy.  They talk about growing up and then Jimmy gets down to business. He says Fish will fail and he asks his old friend to join his team, offering a very nice incentive package as a signing bonus. Butch says he wants to think about it, and Jimmy says just don’t take too long.

As Harvey and Lange enter the station, Penguin sees him from his holding cell and calls for him. Bullock walks over and tells him it’s nice to see him. Cobblepot then says this is a mistake and asks Bullock to call Maroni for him, but Harvey replies he likes having Oswald there.

Butch meets with Fish at the club and says Jimmy’s stubborn but give him some time. She nods her head and repeats his words. Then Butch says he feels optimistic and Mooney smiles and says good.

Harvey opens up his investigation of Doctor Lange, by asking Lange to pretend he’s an ignoramus, which shouldn’t be hard for Lange to do. He then asks to explain electro-shock therapy to him and Lange says that highly skilled surgeons can use the procedure to either induce or remove certain behavior in their patients but nobody on their staff has the skills. Bullock says that Lange does, and Lange says he hasn’t been at work on a body since medical school.

Gordon’s poring over the staff records back at Arkham and then starts looking at the hospital’s blueprints. Nurse Duncan stops in with a cup of coffee and says Jim looks pale and asks him if he’s had any luck? He replies that the records are incomplete and asks Dorothy if there could be records in the basement. Duncan responds the basement’s closed off, banned chemicals are down there and nobody’s been down there in ten-years. He asks her if she knows a way down there, she smiles puts down the coffee and starts leading Gordon.

They run into Leslie who greets them both and Dorothy says they’re heading to investigate the basement and asks if Thompkins wants to join them. Leslie says sure, but Gordon says remember what I told you before, you should go home. We quickly realize that Duncan’s up to no good, she pushes Leslie then runs away.

Bullock calls an instant later telling Jim that Duncan’s an inmate not a nurse, Gordon says he knows and tells Harvey to get down there. Dorothy pushes a button which opens all the cells and all the inmates chase after Thompkins. Duncan’s pushed to the ground in the stampede and she’s trampled to death. Gordon gets to the locked-gate, seconds after Thompkins and the inmates arrive, he punches one in the face and gives Leslie the keys. He then starts yelling at the inmates, telling them this wasn’t a game and to head back to their cells immediately. It stunned the inmates long enough for Thompkins to open the lock, the two escaped and then padlocked all the inmates on the other side.

Jim and Harvey head to Captain Essen’s office and she’s glad to see him, Bullock tries lobbying to get him back and the Captain says if she could she’d do it that second. But she congratulates him on the victory and pulls out a bottle, for a celebratory drink. Just then the medical examiner walks in and says that Duncan also had the electrode burns on her head. So whose doing the zapping?

Steve’s sitting in his locked in office, when Aaron comes by and Steve asks him how’d he get out of his cell? Aaron then pulls out the keys opens the door to Steve’s room and breaks his neck. We then hear the voice of Jack Gruber telling Aaron he’s his best work yet and we see the electrode burns on Aaron’s head. Then Lange turns the corner, seeing the two inmates free and his guard dead on the floor, his jaw drops.

Jim and Harvey reach Arkham, just after Gruber and Aaron have escaped and mortally wounded Lange, he spits out Gruber’s name and dies, clutching a goodbye note from Gruber to Gordon. He admits that he’d been experimenting on the patients for a while and he thinks he finally has gotten the results he wants with Aaron, he signs off until we meet again.

Sal Maroni comes to the station and asks if Cobblepot knows why he’s in a cell, then tells him it’s due to hubris. How dare he try to shake down fisherman, who risk their lives on every expedition and to do it without asking Maroni’s permission first. Penguin apologizes and promises he’ll never do it again and Maroni has him and his henchman released. He tells Cobblepot, he’s a smart monkey, but that he’s the zookeeper.

Jimmy and Butch meet once again at the waterfront, Butch’s sitting there listening to Doo-Wop as Jimmy pulls up, he leaves his car and jumps into Jimmy’s. The gang-leader asks Gilzean his decision and Butch says he’s in and Jimmy pumps his hand in the air and asks what Gilzean wants. Butch then brings up a heist they did as kids, they robbed a meat market and split the meat. Gilzean then tells Jimmy, he ripped his old friend off, he kept the choice meat for his family and gave Jimmy the lesser quality meat. Jimmy says that’s ancient history, forget about it, but Butch says he’s always felt bad about that. Jimmy says he forgives Butch, Gilzean thanks him, then blows out Jimmy’s brains, gets back in his car and drives away.

Gotham Will Return Monday January 19, at 8:00 pm on FOX.

Forever: Immortal Stalker’s Identity Revealed

Photo Courtesy Of ABC/K.C. Bailey
Photo Courtesy Of ABC/K.C. Bailey

Warning: Spoiler Alert

Although the ABC freshman series “Forever,” didn’t have their “Winter Finale,” on Tuesday, the network’s repeating the pilot next week, so we may not see a new episode for a while, if that’s the case, the show left it’s viewers with a lot to chew on, in an incredibly exciting episode. The episode ended with a huge reveal for the fans, as we finally have a face and name for Dr. Henry Morgan’s immortal stalker, previously known as Adam. The reason his identity got revealed lies within the tale of this week’s episode.

Episode eleven actually begins before the previous episode concluded. We watch a cab driver talking to his wife on his cellphone while his cab’s empty. After telling her that her cooking’s superior to her mother’s and his own, he tells her he’s got to hang up as he now has a passenger. A man whose face’s obscured climbs into the backseat and remains silent while the driver asks him where he’s headed. After trying, Spanish, French and German, the cabbie asks the fare what’s his problem, at which point the passenger pulls a sword from its sheath, plunges it through the driver’s seat and through the driver’s body, killing him instantly.

We now join Morgan saying goodnight to his partner NYPD Detective Jo Martinez and jumps into a cab, once again we hear the voice of Adam, telling Henry to buckle up, as he wouldn’t want Morgan to get hurt. The stalker drives through Manhattan at break-neck speed, as Henry yells to him to stop the cab or at least slow down. The stalker says to Henry that he believes that he’s faking being immortal, so he’ll prove it to him, then pulls out a pistol and shoots himself in the temple. Without a driver the taxi careens into the Hudson, where Henry drowns to death,  losing his pocket watch in the bargain, only to regenerate further down the river, as always stark naked. Two uniforms see him coming to shore without a stitch and run him in for indecent exposure.

The next scene takes place in Lieutenant Joanne Reece’s office as she has a face to face meeting with Morgan about his night-swimming the previous evening. Henry tells her he suffers from sleep-walking and the situation’s occurred frequently, a fact Reece verifies by looking at his file. She tells him because he does such stellar work, she puts up with his eccentricities, but she can’t allow his integrity challenged, so no more night-time excursions in the Hudson and to buy some pajamas. Martinez walks in and says they’ve got a body downstairs and as Henry walks into the main room of the station, he’s razzed by all his coworkers. Detective Hanson tells him they took up a collection and gives him some Speedos and a pair of goggles.

The victim’s the cab driver that the stalker murdered, Henry recognizes his face from the ID tag on the cabs visor. He looks at the wound and states that the victim’s death was caused by one thrust of a sword, going through the cab’s seat and straight through the cabbie’s spine, heart and sternum. He tells Martinez that they should put an APB on the taxi as it may no longer be in the city, Hanson hangs up and tells Morgan, he’s correct as they’re pulling the cab out of the river as they speak. The three head to inspect the taxi, but Morgan’s mind’s racing in a million different directions and Martinez immediately notices something off. Henry enters the vehicle’s back seat and finds the puncture, while Jo confirms it’s through the front. Morgan then sees his pocket-watch on the floor of the back-seat, but Martinez sees it as well and thinks Henry just dropped it. Hanson jokingly says to Henry not to contaminate the crime scene, lest they think he’s involved.

Jo notices the driver’s window’s shattered, but she asks Henry if it looks like it was broken from inside the vehicle, Hanson then discovers a shell casing, he’s a gun enthusiast and says the casing came from an early 20th century revolver. Henry heads back to Abe’s shop and sees the door’s locked and a sign hangs reading by appointment only. When Henry finds Abe, he asks what’s going on and Abe replies he’s not taking chances with Henry’s stalker now seemingly wanting to hurt or kill Henry. He tells Morgan that he should confide in Martinez, but Henry says that’s turned out badly in the past.

We flashback to Henry imprisoned in the insane asylum, by his first wife Nora, after trying to convince her he’s immortal. She’s come to visit him and Henry tries to convince her he’s alright in the head. However he doesn’t convince her and she leaves. He then tells Abe he needs his help and the two head to the Hudson, with flashlights in hand. Henry tells him he’s trying to find the pistol, he’s relying on the tale of a boat that sank nearby and all it’s contents washed up to that spot, seconds later Abe spots the gun and Morgan strips to his boxers to dive into the river. A cruiser pulls up and Henry gets busted again for indecent exposure.

Reece’s dumbfounded that Henry’s back in her office the following morning, once again after getting arrested for indecent-exposure. He tells her he was going to dive for the murder weapon, then says perhaps he should have informed her, but a man’s killed once and he will kill again. However he’s shouting his last sentence to her and she orders him to go Bellevue to meet with a psychiatrist. Martinez finds out when they talk and says everybody needs somebody to confide to, he can trust her she tells him, but due to Morgan’s reaction she says he should talk to the doctor.

Another flashback to the asylum, this time Henry’s talking with a doctor and he tells him he’d been delusional, but now he realizes he’s just a human being. The doctor responds that’s good news, but they have to perform tests to make sure the delusions don’t return. He asks Morgan if he’d heard of hydro-therapy and Henry admits he hasn’t. The doctor says it’s produced amazing results.

Henry’s shrink’s a fellow native of England and Henry asks if the family moved to the States for his wife’s job. The doctor, Louis Garber says he’s heard about Morgan’s detective skills and asks how he determined that. Henry says the pictures of his wife, she wears the corporate hair-do, meaning she’s upper management and though Garber got his degree from Oxford, he’s not paid enough by Bellevue to justify the move. Garber congratulates him and the two start talking about Morgan.

After a couple of questions, Henry realizes the analysis’ started and asks Garber if that’s all there’s to it. The doctor replies that Henry needs to confide in someone, ideally him but perhaps a colleague at work. Henry then asks how long he’ll have to report for counseling and Garber tells him that decision’s in the psychiatrists hands. The two start conversing again, when we switch to Hanson and Martinez as Hanson’s been informed the gun was where Henry said it would be and it’s registered to a Richard Smythe. They go to the apartment to find that the door’s unlocked and Smythe’s body’s strapped to a table and his abdomen’s ripped open as if he underwent an autopsy.

Morgan’s summoned to the apartment and he tells the detectives, this autopsy took place while the patient was alive. He starts to say how the procedure was conducted, when he realizes the killer used a hunting knife just like the one he uses. He suddenly realizes he’s being set up and excuses himself to rush back to his office. He runs into the office and asks Lucas where his tools are, his assistant tells him they’re in the usual spot all washed and shined. Henry pulls out the tool belt and sees his hunting knife’s there, but covered with blood. He tells Lucas a body’s arriving and he’ll return shortly.

He heads back to the shop and tells Abe the latest and Abe replies he’s got two choices confide in Martinez or they need to pack up and run away. We’re flashbacks to the asylum and we see Henry’s restrained and soaked to the skin. He pleads to the doctor to stop the treatment, he’s not immortal, but the doctor calls him a liar and tells his two aides to begin the treatment again. Morgan’s being waterboarded, as they put a towel over his face and pour a bucket of water over his face. Henry returns to the present and tells Abe to start packing.

Martinez heads to Henry’s office, where she finds Lucas alone and flipping out. He tells Jo they always examine the body together when it first arrives, but Henry told Lucas to start and he’d soon return. However the thing that’s truly freaking the assistant out, is each slice with the scalpel or knife looks just like Morgan’s work. Jo thanks him and then takes off.

The suitcases and passports are now sitting near the shop’s front door and Henry tells Abe he just needs to collect a few more things. We see the shop’s front door open, but we don’t see who enters. It’s either the stalker or Martinez, neither  of whom would be welcome at that moment. Henry’s in the basement and pulls out the hunting knife just as Jo enters the room. He says that it isn’t what it looks like, then contradicts himself, Jo tells him she’s his friend and wants to help him out, but he needs to confide in her. Abe walks into the room and tells Henry to let her know what’s taken place.

The next scene’s at the station as Reece, Hanson and Martinez are sitting at a table and Henry tells them he’s got a stalker. At first it was only phone calls, but he believes the stalker’s the murderer of both men. He then tells them he should have confided to them sooner and that they’re justified suspecting him of being the killer. Reece leans into the table and says Henry, then stops. He says yes and she tells him they’re going to find and stop this killer, Morgan looks incredibly grateful she believes him.

He and Lucas start examining the body when he notices a human bite mark on the cadaver’s shoulder. Henry then asks if the victim had recently gotten vaccinated for Hepatitis B as the first victim was and the answer’s yes. They then determine the commonality between the two victim’s was they both worked at Bellevue, so Morgan and Martinez head to the hospital.

Jo gets told by administrators that both employees left the hospital after a run-in with a patient, but the name can’t get revealed due to patient/doctor confidentiality. She says they need a court-order or a psychiatrist and Morgan leads Martinez to Louis Garber’s office. They explain the situation and Henry asks if the doctor will help a fellow Brit and Garber says since he put it that way how could he refuse. The patient’s named Clark Walker, he believes he’s immortal and displays no fear of pain or death, he’s free but reports daily for counseling sessions and he’s having one right then. They race to an attendant, who tells them that Walker left seconds before, she then pushes the lockdown button and tells the attendant to get on the intercom and announce a lockdown. They see Walker, but he slips out the door just before the doors get locked.

The squads issued wanted posters with Walker’s name and picture and Reece tells her squad that she wants her team to bring him in. Henry returns to the shop, finds the front door unlocked, Abe’s missing and Classical music’s blaring from the turntable in the basement. Morgan goes down stairs, takes the tone-arm off the record and turns around to see Walker in front of him. Clark pulls out a sword and tells Henry he wants Morgan to kill him with it then lies it on the ground. Suddenly we hear Abe’s voice and the two struggle for the sword. Henry grabs a letter opener and plunges it into Walker’s chest and he dies, for real, no regeneration or rising from the dead. Morgan realizes that this man can’t be the stalker.

The next scene has uniforms searching the shop and a detective asking Henry if he remembers anything else, Hanson tells the detective to go easy on him, he’s one of theirs. He then tells Henry he did a good job and it was a righteous kill, Lucas grabs a blanket and wraps it around Morgan’s shoulders. Everyone’s clearing out when Jo comes up to Henry and tells him that a wise man once told her, that when killing someone doesn’t bother you, that’s when you realize you’ve got a problem, a speech he gave to her earlier in the season. He says nobody listens to that guy, he doesn’t know what he’s talking about. Martinez smiles at him and tells him she does then squeezes his hand and leaves.

The phone rings and we realize it’s the stalker and Adam admits he encouraged Walker’s thoughts that he too was immortal. He then tells Henry he did good as Walker would have killed again, then Henry tells his stalker he’s a coward and insane and that’s why he hides. The stalker then tells Henry to look outside and across from the shop a cab’s parked, the back window opens and we see the stalker’s Dr. Louis Garber, Morgan’s psychiatrist and he says in my professional opinion I disagree with your diagnosis. He then says he’s leaving town for a while but looks forward to their conversations, when he returns.

The Series Continues Next Tuesday at 10:00 pm on ABC.