Elementary Season 2: Is Sherlock Being Deconstructed?

We have reached the midway point in season two of Elementary and the shape of the season is beginning to emerge. Where season one was about Sherlock learning how to be a non-singular entity: a man with friends, colleagues and structure in his world; season two is about the cost of not living a singular life. A great deal of weight comes from having others depend on you, but also from you depending on others. Sherlock has spent years avoiding that weight only to have Joan come into his life and open all of these doors. Now that those doors are open, Sherlock is truly vulnerable for the first time since he lost Irene. Therein lies the center of this slow burn season.




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