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Elementary Season 6 Episode 5 Review: Bits and Pieces

Poor Sherlock. Thanks to his condition, he'd lose his head if it wasn't attached. But instead, he found a severed head in a bag on Elementary Season 6 Episode 5 -- if only he could remember where he picked it up. His post-concussion syndrome almost levels the playing field for Sherlock's fellow investigators. It was an interesting twist to have viewers arrive after the train had left the station, so to speak.   ...Read More... https://www.tvfanatic.com/2018/05/elementary-season-6-episode-5-review-bits-and-pieces/

Elementary Recap 5/14/18: Season 6 Episode 3 “Pushing Buttons”

A group of men are reenacting the British defeat. After a scene, they lay in the field pretending to be dead. They realize seconds later that their friend George is really dead when blood begins to pool on his white shirt. Gregson and Holmes arrive on the scene and get witness accounts. The men say they saw a white van. But none of them can really get their stories straight. The police begin checking rifles. Watson and Bell talk to George’s bodyguard who was waiting in the car. George owns a franchise of gyms that many bought into but couldn’t get out of the red. He received a lot of death threats. READ MORE...

Elementary Season 6 Episode 4 Review: Our Time is Up

Sometimes it helps to go light on the ongoing storylines and heavier on the case of the week. This time, the case was personal for Joan on Elementary Season 6 Episode 4 . That's because the murder victim was her one-time therapist, who helped Joan with issues she was dealing with back in her sober-companion days. This was pretty much a Joan spotlight episode. While Joan was sorting out her feelings, Sherlock did much of the heavy lifting, crime solving-wise. I don't even remember seeing Captain Gregson, and Marcus was in a handful of scenes.   ...Read More... https://www.tvfanatic.com/2018/05/elementary-season-6-episode-4-review-our-time-is-up/

Elementary Season 6 Episode 3 Review: Pushing Buttons

A pain-wracked Sherlock is still a talented Sherlock. While bemoaning his need for medication on Elementary Season 6 Episode 3 , Sherlock still found time to solve the bizarre murder of a re-enactor and related subsequent crimes. This was a satisfying case of the week, full of twists and turns, which eventually returned to where it began.  ...Read More... https://www.tvfanatic.com/2018/05/elementary-season-6-episode-3-review-pushing-buttons/

Elementary Season 6 Episode 2 Review: Once You've Ruled Out God

This episode's enjoyable case of the week had many twists and turns, with each resolution leading another threat. Also, Joan had to endure a family tragedy on Elementary Season 6 Episode 2 . It's hard to top an inspector for the Energy Department being struck down by lightning as the beginning of a case. In any other case, a wife who is having an affair would be a logical suspect. But she was a cosmologist and the husband wasn't slain by the Big Bang but an experimental lightning gun. Also, she was having dinner with her cosmologist lover at the time, so she was quickly cleared.   ...Read More... https://www.tvfanatic.com/2018/05/elementary-season-6-episode-2-review-once-youve-ruled-out-god/

Elementary Season 6 Episode 1 Review: An Infinite Capacity for Taking Pains

It took almost a year, but Sherlock is back, as cantankerous as ever. He's also facing a new challenge which promises to be a burden for everyone around him on Elementary Season 6 Episode 1 . From what I can see already, neither Sherlock nor Joan are going to let post-concussion syndrome keep him down for long.  ...Read More... https://www.tvfanatic.com/2018/04/elementary-season-6-episode-1-review-an-infinite-capacity-for-ta/

Elementary Finale Recap 5/21/17: Season 5 Episode 24 “Hurt Me, Hurt You”

Sherlock worries he is losing his touch. Watson asks Sherlock if he is using again. He has been sleeping a lot and is so distracted. He angrily denies it. A group of SBK are partying in the street when three men open fire with machine guns killing them all. 6 gang members, 3 girlfriends, and 2 children were killed. A gang war is now on due to Bonzi being out of the game. The fight for control is on. Sherlock goes to see someone to see if he is willing to do something to stop the war. Sherlock goes to a priest and tells him he knows that he has been helping Mara Tres (the SBK rival) laundry money. He wants the priest to tell the leaders of Mara Tres that a war isn’t necessary. Sherlock and his team will bring down SBK and then they can take the territory. They just need more time. The team goes to Tyus and warns him they are on his tail and they will bring him down. He makes vague threats toward the police and tells them to leave. READ MORE...

Elementary Finale Recap: Mind Games

Elementary fans, how thankful are you for the shows renewal after Sundays finale cliffhanger, which left Sherlock possibly facing his own mortality? The puzzle begins with the P.I. trying to recount whats inside a wrapped box, one of many stored in a trunk. Curious. The intrigue grows as the mystery woman from Sherlocks past continues [] //tvline.com/2017/05/21/elementary-recap-season-5-finale-sherlock-sick-brain-tumor/

Elementary Recap 5/14/17: Season 5 Episode 23 “Scrambled”

Tonight’s Sunday May 14 Elementary recap begins now: Sherlock and Watson meet with the chief at Shinwell’s house to discuss his death. Watson is angry and tells Sherlock that they have to bring down the gang, SBK. They want to bring down the whole gang not just the person responsible for Shinwell’s death. They know who the leader is but he is a professional. The police have been watching him for years but can never make anything stick. Sherlock decides to go to Bonzi’s brother for clues on how to bring him down. Sherlock goes to a 12-step meeting to help him deal with the death of Shinwell. He starts to have doubts about a recent case in which the man arrested killed himself. Sherlock is afraid he is losing it. Watson and Marcus interview Bonzi’s brother but he is of no help. READ MORE...

Elementary Recap 4/30/17: Season 5 Episode 21 “Fly Into a Rage, Make a Bad Landing”

The captain meets Marcus at the hospital. Chantel has serious injuries and is in ICU. Sherlock is there and he thinks her assailant broke in and was waiting when she got home. The assailant also emptied his bladder on her bed after she was assaulted. Marcus is sure it was her ex-husband, Roy. Sherlock promises him that justice will be done. Roy is called in for questions but his lawyer doesn’t allow him to say much. He says he was working and then makes a veiled threat and leaves. Sherlock goes to investigate Roy’s alibi and Watson goes to the hospital. Marcus tells her of the time his mother was hospitalized when he was nine. She almost died and it was very hard for him. Roy shows up at the hospital and Marcus tries to attack him but security holds him back. Roy is sent away. Sherlock pulls some strings and gets access to the tapes which confirm Roy’s alibi. The team tries to figure out who is setting Roy up because a DNA test confirms it was Roy’s urine on the bed. The captain goes to interview him and finds him dead in his car of a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head. READ MORE...