Please fire me, I deliver pizza and I just delivered to an old man who was only wearing a shirt while sitting Indian style on the floor. He was very intoxicated, but made sure to get his change. So I had to see old man junk and I didn’t even get a tip.

The Signs as Things Bought During the Road to E3
  • Aries:Dan's Moose Batman Shirt
  • Taurus:Dex's Coloring Book
  • Gemini:Plastic Golf Clubs
  • Cancer:Crappy Coney Island Hotdog
  • Leo:Denny's Breakfast
  • Virgo:Aleks' Wasted Salad
  • Libra:Aleks' Indian Shirt
  • Scorpio:Aron's Raincoat
  • Sagittarius:The Scooter with Flare Trail
  • Capricorn:Candy That Turned Dan into an Onion
  • Aquarius:Knock Off Aquafina
  • Pisces:Aron's Hello Kitty Chair

Gotham s1e7: Indian Hill     Now that Indian Hill is such an important part of the current plot, there remain some unanswered questions about it. In this episode, Don Falcone and Don Maroni meet to make peace; Falcone says Maroni can “keep” Oswald but Falcone wants something in exchange. Falcone asks for a warehouse; Maroni balks, and Oswald whispers to him to give Falcone Indian Hill. Fish says Indian Hill is worthless, a toxic waste dump atop an Indian Burial Ground. Falcone accepts Indian Hill, as a gesture of friendship.

Of course Oswald was working for Falcone, so Falcone must have told him to trick Maroni into giving up Indian Hill. Why? Arkham Asylum had been closed for ten years. At the beginning of the exchange, Falcone talks about how the Arkham project is a “gold mine” and how wonderful it is that Wayne Enterprises is back in play. Did Falcone sell Indian Hill to Wayne Enterprises? Was he working with Wayne Enterprises all along? Was he told by Wayne Enterprises to frame Mario Pepper for the Waynes’ murder? Were Thomas and Martha Wayne murdered because they planned to renovate Arkham and make it a humane facility, thus interfering with grander plans (the Indian Hill project)?