Tonight’s Elementary is an undoubtedly strong hour that has two strong cases that dovetail into one another in dramatic fashion. The episode also sees Watson (Lucy Liu) becoming a little bit more like Holmes (Jonny Lee Miller) with each passing day.
Check out the recap and review of Elementary – Season 1 Episode 17 – Possibility Two:
Elementary shines the spotlight on one of its most underdeveloped characters, producing an episode that ranks as one of the series’ best. It’s an episode rich with character details, and anchored by a solid, engaging case of the week.
Check out the recap and review of Elementary – Season 1 Episode 16 – Details:
Elementary offers up a thoroughly engaging hour of television that explores the threat of Sherlock relapsing as a result of an investigation filled with drugs. Okay, maybe not filled with drugs, but definitely filled with temptation, in the form of Sherlock’s old friend, an ex-dealer whose daughter has been kidnapped.
Can Sherlock stay the course? Or is he doomed to start using again?
Check out the recap and review of Elementary – Season 1 Episode 15 – A Giant Gun, Filled with Drugs:
Elementary takes advantage of the huge, post-Super Bowl audience with a dark, compelling episode that is worthy of the time slot.
Who is Kathryn Drummond, and why does Holmes hold such a grudge against her?
Check out the recap video and review of Elementary – Season 1 Episode 14 – The Deductionist:
Elementary explores the consequences of losing the respect and trust of someone you care about – particularly when it’s someone whose respect and camaraderie meant more to you than you actually knew.
Check out the recap and review of Elementary – Season 1 Episode 13 – The Red Team: