Joan pulls out one of Sherlock's unsolved cases and leads them to not one, but two murders. Meanwhile, Sherlock learns how to help Randy. Check out the best deductions from Elementary "Dead Clade Walking." Read More....
This was a bittersweet episode of Elementary . On one hand, its central mystery is a forced mix of contrivances and predictability; on the other, we see a new side of Sherlock as he takes on a different kind of case.
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Sherlock is pulled in multiple directions tonight: investigation, which as we know he has an incredible talent for, and N.A. sponsorship, which, as we might have guessed, he struggles with. While Watson is making progress on one of Sherlock's cold cas more
In the dino-riffic latest episode of “Elementary,” Watson dug into a cold case, and came up a winner, in “Dead Clade Walking.” Though somewhat off his game this episode, due to some drama with his new sponsor charge, Randy- whose e more
I don’t think that I will ever tire of the way that this show plays so delicately with Sherlock and his emotions.
As boisterous as he is as a man, he never seems to be able to do much more than lightly touch on an emotion before it affects him more
After two seasons, I was wondering when Elementary would tackle a mob-themed story line. Just as I had suspected, the writers were able to make a classic New York City theme and turn into a great hour of television.
On Elementary Se more
Sherlock and Watson take on a case found by Bell, but their reunion gets off to a rocky start. Check out the best deductions from Elementary "All in the Family." Read More...
Bell's recent departure colors this evening's episode, as Sherlock and Watson are increasingly frustrated with their incompetent police force collaborators -- since Marcus Bell's transfer to a secretive counter-terrorism task force, the pair o more