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Gotham's Bisexual Love Triangle Is Getting Complicated!

Gotham's Bisexual Love Triangle Is Getting Complicated!

Gotham's Bisexual Love Triangle Is Getting Complicated!

Things are getting juicy...

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Things are getting complicated over in Gotham as Barbara (Erin Richards) attempts to enlist the help of her ex-girlfriend Renee (Victoria Cartagena) to clear the name of her current fiancé Jim Gordon. It turns out that Barbara’s fiancé is finding himself to be one of the only cops in the precinct with any type of moral compass. In order to be seen as one of boys on the squad, James pretends to kill a man. The problem is that Barbara’s ex-girlfriend, and Major Crimes Detective, Renee is on his case-- perhaps more to prove to Barbara that James isn’t right for her than for justice, but that remains to be seen. 

In the previous episode, Barbara comes clean to James about her prior relationship with Renee. While Barbara was concerned that James would react negatively for her past relationship with a woman, he's more upset that she failed to inform him that he’d been working with her ex without his knowing! Now every boyfriend’s nightmare has come true with Barbara’s ex marking a metaphorical X on his back.

“We got a judge to issue a warrant. Tonight. Barbara you know how much I care about you, when Gordon gets arrested you have to get out of here,”Renee tells Barbara. 
“If James gets arrested this is exactly where I have to be by his side,” Barbara responds. 
“Please just leave. Get out of Gotham. Just until this is over. And don’t’ come to me again.”

Things are definitely getting juicy! Watch the scenes below:

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Eliel Cruz

<p>Eliel Cruz is a culture commentator, speaker, and writer on LGBT issues, emphasizing on bisexuality, religion, and media.</p>

<p>Eliel Cruz is a culture commentator, speaker, and writer on LGBT issues, emphasizing on bisexuality, religion, and media.</p>