The fact that they had another platonic lover's quarrel this week didn't sit well with me, but I have to say that otherwise, this episode addressed almost all of my issues with the series.
Altogether this was a fairly intriguing, somewhat surprising episode, even without our favorite Emo President.
With some key criteria in mind, this episode was a huge improvement over last week's.
Like please, please please please don't tell me Once Upon a Time just went ahead and made black-and-white movies into another dimension. Maybe that was just a nightmare?
However, even though it's made a lot of mistakes, I still continue to enjoy Elementary.
Altogether, this episode had a racy premise that had to get sorted in the worst way, and another annoying, kind-of-unbelievable delay in Fitz and Liv making out in elevators and fantasy-decorating their retirement cabin in the woods.
If the Graysons come for you, move to a one-story ranch. Or crash in a friend's wine cellar (sleepin' bags and grigio, yo). Stay low to the ground, is my point, because besides bouncing you off a taxi they will…
Everything about this episode was nicely done and lovely, but that doesn't change the fact that it made borderline no sense emotionally.
Aside from the regrettable content of the mystery, the way it was handled and the dynamic between Watson and Sherlock showed real growth and promise.
Is Scandal more or less delightful in an election year? I'm on the fence.