'Gotham' Season 3 Deleted Scene Shows the Softer (?) Side of Zsasz (VIDEO)

Damian Holbrook
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Anthony Carrigan as Victor Zsasz in Gotham

Most hired killers put the "ass" in assassin, but Gotham fans know that Victor Zsasz, the mercenary who looks like a methed-out Observer from Fringe and is played by Anthony Carrigan, is a special breed of madman. Wild-eyed and ferociously brutal, the guy has built himself quite the fandom over his time terrorizing his most formidable foe, Jim Gordon (Ben McKenzie).

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So it makes total sense that Zsasz would hold Gordon in high esteem even as he plots his death in this exclusive deleted scene. The clip—included in this week's DVD and Blu-ray release of Gotham: The Complete Third Season—is from that season's 12th episode, "Ghosts," and finds our favorite assassin advising his team of gun-toting goons on how exactly to eliminate "the warrior, James Gordon" after mob boss Falcone (John Doman) has put out a hit on the detective for killing his Tetch virus-infected son (and Lee's husband) Mario.

Also included on the set, which drops Tuesday, are every episode from the season, more deleted scenes and the show's 2016 Comic-Con panel. In addition, there are featurettes like "Madness Rising: the New Villains of Gotham," "The Dark Within the Dark: The Court of Owls" and a look at McKenzie's directorial debut on episode 316, "Those Delicate and Dark Obsessions."

Gotham returns Thursday, Sept. 21, 8/7c, Fox.