I had originally intended just to review the actual final-final Season 1 Elementary episode, "Heroine," but these two episodes pretty much blended together into one giant Irene Adler/Moriarty story and it felt wrong to separate them. In fact, I'd invite d more
Irene is Moriarty.
Has there ever been a more satisfying plot twist? I don’t think so. Elementary spent the entirety of its first season subverting my expectations, but I was still left shocked and impressed by the wonderfully twisted Moriarty reveal t more
The bombshell revealed last week on "Elementary" comes to a head on the Season 1 finale, when Irene Adler comes back into Sherlock's life.
And in the season finale, Adler is revealed to be Moriarty. She was posing as a man to run her con artist scheme more
"The Women; Heroine" was hands down, the best episode of Elementary Season 1, if not the best finale I have seen this season on television. It featured all of the twists and endings that season enders should possess.
If there was a way I could rate this more
All in all, a slightly interesting case of the week. But I'm excited for next week, and that’s the main point of an episode before a finale, isn’t it? Read More... http://www.tv.com/news/elementary-the-woman-review-the-woman-what-woman-136820676614/ more
" Risk Management " contained one of the a plot twist that I DID NOT see coming. At. All.
In my short review of this episode, I'm going to attempt to contain my excitement, shock and fangirlishness. Hats off to the writers, though. I mean, they know wh more
Sherlock Holmes was in for quite a shock in the penultimate episode of "Elementary" Season 1, as his former love Irene Adler (Natalie Dormer of "Game of Thrones") turned out to be very much alive.Holmes spent much of the episode playing one of Moriarty's more