This week's murder is a grisly one, as a ballerina is found cut in two during a dance rehearsal. In spite of the gory spectacle of her halving, Watson quickly concludes that the actual cause of death was a slit throat the night before--Detective Bell is o more
On this installment of Elementary, Sherlock and Joan investigated the murder of a prestigious member of the ballet... only to be taken through a tale of lies created by an unsuspecting lawyer whose ultimate goal was fame.
Sherlock looked into the c more
On the latest episode of “Elementary,” we got to see Holmes’ inner fanboy come to light, with somewhat surprising results, in “Corpse De Ballet,” which apparently got its name from whoever’s in charge of punning things up lately on CBS- see also “CSI” t more
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.
In “Dead Clade Walking,” there a more
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 cases, 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 ex-GF came calling and ul 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 and E more