@deranged_midget: Not looking for a reason to complain, I still like the show, but if the reason is right in front of me then there's nothing really wrong with pointing it out.
A scene for scene copy is blatant. Instead modelling it after the Green Arrow Universe/character will do it better. I disagree in regards to fleshing the villains out: the Arkham Games, Cartoons and perhaps Gotham is doing that just fine.
No there is nothing wrong with pointing it out, but it's a bit silly to disregard the potential it holds considering it is a different universe and holds so many more possibilities than what the Nolan films tried. That's why I'm interested.
Gotham isn't fleshing anything out. It's a great show and holding its own so far, but none of the villains are recognizable to the average viewer. And similar to the films, the Arkham games severely downplay anyone who isn't Joker. Ra's barely held his own and was overshadowed by Joker. Two-Face was literally and figuratively hung up to dry. Riddler had an interesting presence through game mechanics. Bane was tossed on the back burner. Deadshot was shown to be a coward and Freeze barely had a mission to himself.
It's kind of funny when the only unofficial Rocksteady Arkham game portrayed a variety of villains better than Asylum and City did (so far).
I like that with televsion, more so than film, villains have an opportunity to become more fleshed out, make more appearances and grow. We know Slade will be making a comeback and even though he's more of a Bat villain, his story was made to damn well fit the Arrowverse.