Post by Jack Malone on Nov 26, 2010 10:01:25 GMT -6
Episode #2-01: "Identity" Written by: Jack D. Malone Produced by: The VPN
UPDATED 3/1/2011 - Some of Bruce's past will be explored in this episode, whether it dates back to his childhood or more recently, his time in Japan. - An iconic landmark from the comics makes its very first appearance in this episode. - Oliver comes across something that he'll chose to keep secret from the others, including the woman he loves: Chloe.
UPDATED 10/12/2010 (Official Description Posted) - SEASON PREMIERE. CHLOE GIVES UP ON WATCHTOWER AND SELINA KYLE JOINS THE GOTHAM DAILY PAPER - Chloe (Allison Mack) decides to put Watchtower in her past, as she sets out to focus on the more important things in her life; one being her career, the other, her boyfriend, Oliver Queen (Justin Hartley). Helena (Kayla Ewell) shares the same sentiment as she says goodbye to the team, and tries to start a normal life with her father, Guido (recurring guest star Julian McMahon). When Perry (Michael McKean) assigns a new reporter - Selina Kyle (Eliza Dushku) - as Chloe's partner, rivalry begins to bubble at the workplace, and with them both sent out to get the scoop on Bruce Wayne's (Christian Bale) sudden return from Japan, the tension grows deeper. Meanwhile, Emil Hamilton (special guest star Alessandro Juliani) resurfaces.
UPDATED 8/12/2010 - Emil has information on the big bad that is threatening the lives of vigilantes. But whether or not the people he's betrayed are willing to listen is another question. - Chloe reflects on her time in Smallville, Metropolis, and Gotham City, as she convinces Bruce she deserves a normal life after everything she's been through. - Selina will be quite the mystery in the first couple of episodes, and someone from her past shows up that only feeds to the mystery of who she was before, and who she is now.
UPDATED 1/12/2010 - Title posted. - The premiere revolves around finding or rediscovering who you are. Chloe will be working so hard at her career and relationship she loses sight of herself in the process; while other characters, Bruce and Helena especially, will be dealing with who they want to become. - Emil makes a mysterious return, and confronts Oliver first.
UPDATED 27/11/2010 - Alessandro Juliani guest stars. - Bruce Wayne will return from Japan.
Post by Jack Malone on Nov 26, 2010 10:01:43 GMT -6
Episode #2-02: "Knight" [60 MINUTE SPECIAL!] Written by: Jack D. Malone Produced by: The VPN
UPDATED 28/4/2011 (Official Description Posted) -THE DARK KNIGHT BEGINS IN THIS SPECIAL 60-MINUTE EPISODE OF "WATCHTOWER" - Determined to protect Gotham, a city his father has spent years trying to perfect, Bruce Wayne (Christian Bale) takes up the identity of 'The Dark Knight' in order to send fear in the hearts of the city's worst criminals. On a hunt for Falcone (guest star TBA), the Dark Knight proves himself to be a threat, and desperate to eliminate him, Falcone goes after the only person to have witnessed his heroics: Chloe Sullivan (Allison Mack). However, whilst trying to get her hands on the story, Selina (Eliza Dushku) is mistaken as Chloe, and kidnapped. Meanwhile, during her quest for a normal life, Helena (Kayla Ewell) falls victim to the criminals of Gotham, and decides it best to keep as far away from her best friend as possible. Justin Hartley, Michael McKean, and Julian McMahon also star.
UPDATED 28/4/2011 - Just in: "Knight" will be a 60-minute special episode that introduces the Dark Knight, deals with one of DC Comics largest crime bosses, Falcone, and kicks start the rest of the season starting May 16. - Selina's past will be explored further in this episode. - There is a scene shared between Alfred and Bruce that explains why, in this re-telling of the 'Batman' story, Bruce chooses the name "Dark Knight" for his alter ego.
UPDATED 10/12/2012 - This marks the first appearance of DC Comics character 'Batman.' However, only referred to as the Dark Knight. - Helena's attempts at a normal life is interrupted. - Chloe is immediately hooked to this 'big black bat' after being saved by him.
UPDATED 1/12/2010 - An iconic DC Comic Character makes their first of many appearances in this episode.
Post by Jack Malone on Nov 26, 2010 10:02:21 GMT -6
Episode #2-03: "Lockdown" Written by: Jack D. Malone Produced by: The VPN
UPDATED 5/5/2011 - A character will be making an unexpected return in this episode. - Perry will get a taste of what it means to make difficult decisions to protect the people you care about. But at a cost.
UPDATED 28/4/2011 (Official Description Posted) -WAYNE ENTERPRISE GOES UNDER LOCKDOWN; CHLOE IS SHOT - When a scorned employee at Wayne Enterprise puts the entire building under lockdown on a manhunt for Bruce (Christian Bale), Chloe (Allison Mack) gets caught in the crossfire, and terribly wounded. Learning that the shooter has access to every room, Bruce is forced out of hiding to protect the lives of his workers, one of those being Guido Bertinelli (Julian McMahon). Desperate to save the woman he loves, Oliver (Justin Hartley) demands Helena's help, but after swearing to stay as far away from this life as possible, will she help? Meanwhile, Perry (Michael McKean) is approached by a mysterious group of men who present him with a story for Gotham Daily.
UPDATED 14/12/2010 - Title posted. - Most of this episode takes place inside the new set: Wayne Enterprises.
UPDATED 12/12/2010 - Chloe and Bruce are trapped in a lethal situation that could end fatally if they don't play their cards right. - Perry exposes the identity of a vigilante. But who?
Post by Jack Malone on Nov 26, 2010 10:02:38 GMT -6
Episode #2-04: "Fear" Written by: Jack D. Malone Produced by: The VPN
UPDATED 28/4/2011 (Official Description posted) - DC COMICS CHARACTER "SCARECROW" UNLEASHES ALL YOUR WORST NIGHTMARES - When Bruce (Christian Bale) shuts down the funding for his project, a scorned Jonathan Crane (guest star James Frain) threatens to infect the entire city with his fear toxin. Desperate to save everyone around him, Oliver (Justin Hartley) calls in an old friend, Emil (special guest star Alessandro Juliani), to help find a cure for the infection. Meanwhile, Chloe (Allison Mack) falls victim to the toxin, and finds herself haunted by the mistakes of her past, and shown a light to those she is bound to make in the future. Kayla Ewell, Eliza Dushku and Michael McKean also star. UPDATED 28/3/2011 - Although this episode introduces 'Scarecrow,' the DC Comics Villain plays a minor role in the episode. - The only characters in this episode who do not get infected with the fear toxin are Perry White and Helena Bertinelli. Both characters do, however, appear in this episode.
UPDATED 3/1/2011 - As rumored, this episode does indeed introduce DC Comic Character 'Scarecrow.' -Alessandro Juliani also appears in this episode.
UPDATED 12/12/2010 - Chloe and Selina investigate a story that doesn't end well. - The antagonist is a well known DC Comic Villain.
Post by Jack Malone on Nov 26, 2010 10:02:51 GMT -6
Episode #2-05: "Arkham" Written by: Jack D. Malone Produced by: The VPN
UPDATED 24/5/2011 (Official Description Posted) - WELCOME TO ARKHAM ASYLUM - Being submitted into Arkham Asylum after recklessly attacking Selina (Eliza Dushku), Perry (Michael McKean) learns that the head of this asylum, Dr. Arkham (guest star Robert Carlyle) is carrying a deep dark secret. After learning that Emil (special guest star Alessandro Juliani) is connected to what's going on behind closed doors, Chloe (Allison Mack) is determined to break Perry out. Meanwhile, when Bruce (Christian Bale) helps sway the public in her favor, Helena (Kayla Ewell) receives a shocking phone call that will change everything forever. Justin Hartley and Julian McMahon also star.
UPDATED 21/5/2011 - You will see several old villains locked up inside Arkham Asylum; some of these faces include Jean Loring, Lucia Silverstone, and Harvey Dent/Two-Face. - All cast members appear in this episode, however, Eliza Dushku has a very limited role, and is only featured in the opening minutes of the episode. The actress filmed another scene, but its yet to be determined if it'll make the final cut. - This episode heavily focuses on Emil Hamilton and Perry White. - Chloe learns about Perry's involvement with the Helmet of Nabu; and Oliver makes reference of Chloe's sacrifice in the tenth season of Smallville, "Lazarus."
UPDATED 3/1/2011 - Title posted. - Arkham Asylum makes its first appearance on the show. - This episode deals with Perry White, and the effects the helmet has had on him. Rumors have it he'll be admitted to the asylum, and that's how we'll be introduced to Arkham.
UPDATED 12/12/2010 - The consequences of using Fate's helmet comes to bite Perry White in the ass.
Post by Jack Malone on Nov 26, 2010 10:03:04 GMT -6
Episode #2-06: "Speedy" Written by: Jack D. Malone Produced by: The VPN UPDATED 24/5/2011 - A series regular acts as the main antagonist of the episode. - This episode marks Oliver and Selina's first scenes together; Oliver will stumble across Selina's deep dark secret and try and help her out with it and take her under his wing. This mirrors how Oliver and Mia first crossed paths. - Although its unconfirmed, Virtual Wonders believes that Elise Gatien's final scene will be with Justin Hartley. But VSGuide has a source that tells them her final moments will be with Allison Mack's "Chloe Sullivan."
UPDATED 12/12/2010 - Title posted. - Elise Gatien reprises her role of 'Mia Dearden' for her final episode of the series. - Oliver goes out of his way to help Selina with the problems she is facing. She reminds him of Mia, and sees this as another chance at getting things right. But Selina doesn't like playing the victim.
Post by Jack Malone on Nov 26, 2010 10:03:19 GMT -6
Episode #2-07: "Recruit" Written by: Jack D. Malone Produced by: The VPN
UPDATED 16/6/2011 (Official Description Posted) - THE KEY CRIME SYNDICATE LAUNCH THEIR ATTACK ON VIGILANTES; BLACK CANARY RETURNS - Being targeted by the Key Crime Syndicate, Dinah Lance (Alaina Huffman) returns to Gotham City seeking Chloe’s (Allison Mack) help. Learning that there’s a war on the horizon, Dinah and Chloe decide its time to bring the Justice League back together. Oliver (Justin Hartley) turns to Guido (Julian McMahon) for help against avenging Helena’s death, and tricks the Key Crime Syndicate into recruiting him. Meanwhile, Perry (Michael McKean) is almost assassinated after confronting the public on live television. Also, when Selina (Eliza Dushku) loses her job at the paper she turns to drastic measures to get her revenge. Christian Bale also stars. Kayla Ewell does not appear in this episode.
UPDATED 8/1/2011 - Title posted. - Someone dies in this episode.
UPDATED 12/12/2010 - Chloe, Selina or Perry lose their job at Gotham Daily.
Post by Jack Malone on Nov 26, 2010 10:04:06 GMT -6
Episode #2-09: "Target" Written by: Jack D. Malone Produced by: The VPN
UPDATED 16/9/2011 - Alaina Huffman tells VSGuide, "[Black Canary's] role in the episode is to help restore the faith Courtney lost after years of searching for the Justice Society with little to no result." - Chloe and Oliver's relationship will be tested through Martha's extreme methods in stopping the Key Crime Syndicate. - Annette O'Toole and Britt Irvin are both featured heavily in the episode as their characters Martha Kent, and Courtney Whitmore. - Courtney is currently living in Chicago, underground in hiding.
UPDATED 18/7/2011 - VSGuide has learned that both Alaina Huffman and guest star Britt Irvin appear in this episode as Black Canary/Dinah Lance and Courtney Whitmore/Stargirl, respectively. - Courtney shares all her scenes in the episode with Dinah.
UPDATED 18/7/2011 - Title posted. - Annette O'Toole reprises the role of 'Martha Kent' in this episode. - Eliza Dushku, Michael McKean, Kayla Ewell, and Julian McMahon do not appear in this episode. - Virtual Wonders have given a short description of the episode, which reads: "Chloe and Oliver are kidnapped by the government and forced to take down a lethal target: Bruce Wayne." It is uncertain how Martha Kent is involved, but we're guessing either she is in charge of the operation, or she will interrupt it. - Chloe and Oliver will be celebrating their anniversary.
Post by Jack Malone on Nov 26, 2010 10:04:22 GMT -6
Episode #2-10: "Army" Written by: Jack D. Malone Produced by: The VPN
UPDATED 19/7/2011 - Title posted. - All previous information about this episode has changed. - VSGuide has learnt that Helena Bertinelli returns in this episode. - This episode features the Suicide Squad.
Post by Jack Malone on Nov 26, 2010 10:04:40 GMT -6
Episode #2-11/12: "War" Written by: Jack D. Malone Produced by: The VPN
UPDATED 21/7/2011 - This episode will extend into two parts, both expected to air at the same time as a two hour special. - This marks Alessandro Juliani's final two episodes of the season, possibly series. Producers tell VSGuide: "We're extremely proud about the character's conclusion, and terribly anxious to see how the fans react to his send off." - The Suicide Squad are also featured in this episode. - Allison Mack, Justin Hartley, Kayla Ewell, Eliza Dushku, Michael McKean, Alaina Huffman, Julian McMahon and Christian Bale all appear in this episode. - This episode marks another Chloe and Oliver "relationship" milestone. - VSGuide has learnt that this episode features the deaths of two major Justice League members.
UPDATED 18/1/2011 - Title posted. - This marks the return of the Justice League. Alaina Huffman, Alan Ritchson, Kyle Gallner, Lee Thompson Young, Brittney Irvan, Phil Morris, and Serinda Swan are booked for the episode. - Producers are currently weighing in on a possible 'two-parter', making the first run of episodes this season 12.
UPDATED 12/12/2010 - VSGuide has revealed that this episode will act as the mid season finale.
Post by Jack Malone on Nov 26, 2010 10:05:42 GMT -6
Episode #2-16: "Torn" Written by: Jack D. Malone Produced by: The VPN
UPDATED 13/8/2011 - Title posted. - Allison Mack, Justin Hartley, Kayla Ewell, Eliza Dushku, Michael McKean, Julian McMahon, Alaina Huffman, and Christian Bale all appaer in this episode. - This episode heavily focuses on Helena, Guido, and the Bertinellis.
Post by Jack Malone on Nov 26, 2010 10:05:55 GMT -6
Episode #2-17: "Rogue" Written by: Jack D. Malone Produced by: The VPN
UPDATED 4/1/2012 - Title revealed. - Producers tell VSGuide: "This is the first episode back for the last run of the season which centers on Dinah's character a little bit, and the relationship between Chloe and Oliver, in some aspects that we haven't really seen yet." - Terminator Star, Linda Hamilton, special guest stars as a deadly, rogue agent of Checkmate who has arrived in Gotham to take down the renown vigilantes. Her primary target: Watchtower. She is believed to share history with Dinah Lance. - Allison Mack, Justin Hartley, Kayla Ewell, Alaina Huffman, Michael McKean and Christian Bale all appear in the episode. Eliza Dushku and Julian McMahon do not appear.
Post by Jack Malone on Nov 26, 2010 10:06:07 GMT -6
Episode #2-18: "Masquerade" Written by: Jack D. Malone Produced by: The VPN
UPDATED 5/1/2012 - Producers tell VSGuide: "This episode consists of three separate plots that all culminate together at the Masquerade Ball, and it all ties into one big bo." They continued in telling us that this episode is where the Joker finally proves himself as a threat. - Catwoman and Batman reunite. - Dinah comes face to face with the Joker. - Harley Quinn crashes the Masquerade Ball at the Wayne Mansion. - All cast members appear in this episode.
UPDATED18/8/2011 - Title posted. - This episode features a Masquerade Ball at the Wayne Mansion. - A famous DC Comic villain is the main antagonist of the episode.