The wrath of the villains have just begun in "Gotham" and the upcoming Season 2 Episode 13 will see how the two Big Bads of this season will make Jim Gordon's (Ben McKenzie) life a lot more difficult. Meanwhile, Bruce (David Mazouz) will make steady progress towards becoming Batman with the help of Alfred (Sean Pertwee).

"A Dead Man Feels No Cold" will see Victor Fries (Nathan Darrow) returning to the GCPD with his new and improved freeze gun. As fans know, his wife Nora (Kristen Hager) is in the GCPD, but she had refused to sell her husband out, saying the all the bad things he has done, he has done for her.

In the promo for the upcoming episode, Mr Freeze is seen blasting walls and freezing an entire lake using his swanky toy. He is also wearing a shiny new suit and is possibly hoping to break his wife out of the GCPD and give her the medicines that are keeping her alive.

In the previous episode, Freeze learned that one of his specimens got reanimated and that his experiments are finally successful. He will try to do the same experiments on Nora, but in the process will come face-to-face with Gordon.

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Bruce, meanwhile, is training on his own in the basement, and it looks like he has an anger that he is finding hard to control. Alfred, on the other hand, is understandably angry with Bruce for not telling him everything he did in the mid-season finale to get information on the person that killed his parents.

In the promo Alfred is seen asking Bruce once and for all if they are "in this together." Bruce unhesitatingly answers that they are a team, and Alfred's response to that is kept under wraps, and will be revealed when the episode premieres.

However, it looks like Alfred is hiding some documents and from the look of it, it is going to contain the name of the killer. Considering Bruce has accepted Alfred's mentoring, the butler might reveal the information to Master Bruce in "A Dead Man Feels No Cold".

Watch Season 2 Episode 13 of "Gotham" at 8 p.m. (EST) on Monday, March 7. You can also live-stream "A Dead Man Feels No Cold" via Fox Now.