Latest episode of Gotham (or at least the latest available in the UK).
Normally I don't talk about individual episodes, but this one actively irritated me. It was an episode where they introduce Mr. Freeze, and while that in itself was all fine, the way they handled his "science-y" stuff was absolutely ridiculous.
It makes absolutely zero sense in this case that the supposedly world-class cryogenic scientist Victor Fries (or at least world class in the comic-book lore) is working from a makeshift, dusty, cobwebby, and absolutely ramshackle laboratory in his basement. This is especially true given that is his work involves the cryogenic freezing of human subjects. So he's freezing them with his freeze ray (which is absolutely fine, of course) but then he's just carrying the frozen bodies about in his arms and leaving them in glass-door fridges and on operating tables. Without any real semblance of proper maintenance of their frozen temperature (which would probably be vital in keeping someone frozen). Now, maybe I'm being overly nitpicky about this (although I'm certain this isn't my own science-y knowledge which is allowing me to think these things, because it's so basic), but that required a such a level of suspension of disbelief that it completely ruined the introduction of a character who, in the DC Universe, is very much a tragic character.
Please though TV networks. How hard is it to at least try and give things a SLIGHTLY scientific feel? Just... The smallest of things?