" Poison Pen " was not what I expected it to be at all. Normally, with Elementary episodes you get a murder, a case with some twists, and boom case solved. Throw in some Joan and Sherlock banter and tension, you've got yourself a good episod more
In one of the better episodes of “Elementary” thus far, we got another glimpse into Holmes’ past in “Poison Pen,” via a case that tied into what he essentially considers his first case: albeit of the “ more
In this week’s episode of “Elementary,” the show took a stab at a Julian Assange-inspired storyline, just in time for the release of the impending big-screen thriller “The Fifth Estate” on October 18th more
This was a fantastic episode. There were two main plots: The first was the case of the week, which involved mathematicians attempting to solve P vs. NP, a famous math problem that, if solved, woul...
" Solve for X " was another of Elementary 's unique episodes. This one centered around a circle of genius mathematicians working to solve one of the worlds hardest equations, P versus NP.
All the while, we got a glance at Watson more
This week, a mathematical problem turned out to be worthy of killing for, and Joan received a visitor from her past. Read More...
Yay!!! Elementary! I really love this show. I'll admit to some skepticism coming in to the first season, and it did have its shaky moments starting out, by the end of Season One I was officially a ...
Tonight's Elementary season 2 premiere features the Americanized Holmes returning to his roots on multiple fronts: in a very literal sense, he and Watson make the journey across the Atlantic to his native London. In a literary sense, however, th more