On the latest and last episode of the year of “Elementary,” we got a decidedly non-Christmas-y show called “Internal Audit” about the worst kinds of scumbags imaginable. This was one of those episodes about just how far humanity ca more
Having been shot and critically wounded in the line of duty last week , Detective Bell is back to work this evening, but only just: he's stuck doing paperwork with his non-dominant hand, still unsure whether the damage will be permanent. Sherlock isn& more
Well, Watson did warn him to play nice. In the latest episode of “Elementary,” someone did finally pay the price for Holmes’ bad behavior, but it wasn’t Holmes himself- or Watson. Instead, it was poor Bell (Jon Michael more
Sherlock and Watson end up on trial after Sherlock's attitude gets one of the team seriously injured. Check out the best deductions from Elementary "Tremors." Read More...
Given the breadth and nature of the consulting that Sherlock has done for the NYPD, it's a bit of a surprise that it's taken him this long to wind up before an internal affairs court; he's certainly pissed off enough powerful people. Tonight h more
Sherlock and Watson track a serial killer who sends Sherlock into a rage and forces them off the case. Check out the best deductions from Elementary "On the Line." Read More...
The hour begins with a very strange suicide, as a woman named Samantha shoots herself in the face before tumbling off a bridge. By the time Sherlock arrives on the scene the next day, the case is being treated as a murder -- the victim had called the poli more
Sherlock and Joan take on the case of a murdered woman and end up solving two cases in one. Meanwhile, Mycroft tries to convince his brother to move back to London. Check out the best deductions from Elementary "Blood is Thicker." Rea more