Of course this week's episode opens with Fish Mooney seeming about to get her come-uppance. Things don't look good for Fish as she's hauled into an apparent torture chamber in chains - but of course, things rarely go according to plan in Gotham! Just as she's about to be (literally) broken, Butch comes to her rescue - and they're off to seek vengeance on Penguin.
Meanwhile, Jim Gordon is back on the force, and he discovers an odd clue in the heel of a murdered drug dealer's shoe. He and Bullock find a witness and bring him down to the station to work with an artist to draw a sketch of the suspect.
He turns to Penguin for help, rightly suspecting that the dirty cop behind the witness' murder has ties to the underworld. Penguin, high on his recent victory over Fish Mooney, is only to happy to comply, but of course Gordon's insistence that no one be hurt during this "investigation" falls on deaf ears.
This week's episode also brings the return of young Master Bruce. Recently returned from Switzerland, he's desperately searching for Cat - but she's not nearly as happy to see him, and denies having seen who killed his parents after all. He's crushed, but after she leaves (and he weeps by the fireplace for a while) he vows to keep searching for the killer.
Penguin is dancing about Fish's nightclub, drinking champagne and dreaming of the day when it will be his - when who should pop in but Fish and Butch. It appears he might be about to meet his demise when Victor shows up, hungry as always for a kill. Fish escapes and calls an unexpected ally to take her to the docks, where she vows to return one day.
Last but not least, Gordon is able to use the evidence obtained by Penguin's henchman to apprehend the dirty cop, who is stunned when the Captain sides with Jim. Gordon's glee quickly turns to horror, however, when he is accosted by the man who handed the evidence over under duress, begging Gordon on his knees to spare the lives of his wife and children.