The latest mystery on Elementary hits close to home in "An Unnatural Arrangement," after a burglar breaks into the captain's home, demanding his whereabouts to his wife. It leads to digging and inspecting his old case files as they try to un more
So, there were two main plots going on in this episode. One of them was pretty neutral for me. Nothing bad, nothing amazing. The other one was freakin' awesome. I'll start with the lukewarm stuff a...
On the latest episode of “Elementary,” the focus was on Captain Gregson (Aidan Quinn), and by extension, his wife Cheryl (Talia Balsam), when a home invader broke in and confronted her, seemingly looking for her husband. But in&nbs more
We have two mysteries tonight on Elementary : the A story, involving a Polish ex-hitman, is pretty standard fare for the show, but the side mystery, involving Sherlock and Watson's early history together, is far more interesting. Funny how Elementary more
Realizing that a dead Russian mobster likely killed someone before he perished, Sherlock went off in search of the victim. Read More...
Elementary got so unexpectedly dark in the episode "Poison Pen" that it's more along the lines of Law & Order: SVU and filled with moral dilemmas. While some episodes are more Sherlock/Joan-centered, this one was mostly all about the cas more
" Poison Pen " was not what I expected it to be at all. Normally, with Elementary episodes you get a murder, a case with some twists, and boom case solved. Throw in some Joan and Sherlock banter and tension, you've got yourself a good episod more