Then again, the pioneering didn't really begin until Season 2. Let's keep making fun of Season 1.
|Then we'll make fun of the pioneering when we get to Season 2.|
|You can't make this up, people.|
|Yeah, she's home alone with her cat on her birthday. Could be worse.|
She suits up and heads out, climbing up the Baroness's hotel to crash the party. On the roof, the interactive portion happens as you decide how to take out the guard. They all work, so it doesn't really matter which one you pick.
|Batman has gadgets, Catwoman has random junk.|
She steals it, and comes across a random little girl in this darkened room. As little random girls are wont to do, she's crying. Catwoman wants to put her back to bed a la Cindy Lou Who, but the girl starts speaking French, saying something about a "Bijou." Catwoman, recognizes the word to mean "jewel," and has the girl show her around.
|Also, I don't actually speak French.|
Catwoman: "They must have left the safe open. You crawled inside and got locked in."
One of my cats does that all the time. Closets, cupboards, the fridge, you name it.
|Seen here under an end table in the actual NewtCave.|
|"Hey, kid. Ever been a hostage before?"|
The main problem is the episode's pacing. There's far too much footage of Catwoman just slinking around. While this would work in something like Batman: The Animated Series, it doesn't work when you consider that it would probably take at least half an hour for your average computer to load this cartoon, 50% of which is just Catwoman sneaking around. But having said that, this installment was surprisingly well-written and it was animated fairly well. Relatively speaking, of course.
All in all, if more webisodes were like this, I could grow to like Gotham Girls.
Next time, we return to Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy to see what shenanigans they get up to this time. See you then.