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Not to be confused with Falcone Mansion.

The Falcone Manor was the manor where Carmine Falcone resided. After his death by the hands of his own daughter Sofia Falcone, she used the Manor as her base of operations besides the Falcone Mansion. Shortly after, Sofia was shot in the head by Lee Thompkins, whereupon she fell into a coma. With the consequently downfall of Sofia's crime family, the Falcone Manor is currently uninhabited.

History

After picking up Mayor Aubrey James, Jim Gordon and Harvey Bullock went to the Falcone Manor to arrest Don Falcone for murder and several other crimes, though they eventually surrendered for the sake of Barbara Kean's life.[1]

"So, you're gonna tell us why we're in your dad's house?"
"What do you think?
"
Barbara Kean and Sofia Falcone[src]
Meeting at Falcone Manor

Carmine meeting with Sofia and the Sirens.

Despite Carmine stating that he will not return to Gotham, he eventually made a deal with Penguin after latter one called and returned to the city to take Sofia back south. At the Falcone Manor, Carmine met with his daughter who brought the uninformed Sirens with her. As soon as Don Falcone entered the room, his presence seemingly caused the Sirens to be tense. After he kissed Sofia on her forehead, he noted that she looked tired and then turned to Barbara Kean, telling her it is good to see her again, with her replying 'Likewise. So this is weird'. Sofia then asked her father why he returned to the city, but Carmine asked her a counterquestion, what he told her when she wanted to return to Gotham. Carmine called her a disgrace to the Falcone name and afterwards watched as Sofia sayed her goodbyes to Jim Gordon. Don Falcone then allowed her to collect some roses that her mother used to like. However, a black van showed up and opened fire upon Carmine, Sofia, Jim and the guards. Carmine died from the gun shot wounds.[2]

Sofia raging at Falcone Manor

Sofia raging at the Falcone Manor after she found out that Martin was freed.

After her father's death, Sofia used the Falcone Manor as her base of operations besides the Falcone Mansion. When Penguin had the Riddler free Martin from his captivity by the hands of the Falcone crime family, Sofia was immediately informed about this incident. This led to her raging at the Falcone Manor, throwing a vase in shards while Victor Zsasz sat on a couch and observed her. However, she quickly tried to calm herself, noting that Penguin will be coming for her and thereupon ordered Zsasz to go to Arkham Asylum and ill him now. About to follow Falcone's orders, Victor got up from the sofa, while the door behind Sofia slowly opened. Zsasz then told her that a buddy of him got out of the hospital and asked her if she minded if he joined him, since his pal is looking for work. Right then, Headhunter came in and greeted Sofia, who consequently left the room irritated, while ordering the men to make sure Cobblepot dies choking on his own blood.[3]

Later that same day, Sofia was shot in the head by Lee Thompkins, leading to her falling into a coma. With the consequently downfall of Sofia's crime family, the Falcone Manor is currently uninhabited.[4]

Residents

Appearances


References

  1. Heller, Bruno (writer) & Bailey, Rob (director) (November 3, 2014). "Penguin's Umbrella". Gotham. Season 1. Episode 7. FOX.
  2. Cannon, Danny (writer) & Stephens, John (director) (December 7, 2017) "A Dark Knight: Queen Takes Knight". Gotham. Season 4. Episode 11. FOX.
  3. Boston, Seth (writer) & Copus, Nick (director) (March 22, 2018) "A Dark Knight: The Sinking Ship, The Grand Applause". Gotham. Season 4. Episode 15.
  4. Boston, Seth (writer) & Copus, Nick (director) (March 22, 2018) "A Dark Knight: The Sinking Ship, The Grand Applause". Gotham. Season 4. Episode 15.