Details was a perfect and very entertaining episode of Elementary. I really enjoyed watching because the story was awesome and well written. There was lots of character growth and plot development along with drama and intrigue. I liked how everything played out snd I look forward to watching what happens next! !!!!!!!!
there's a confession, a proposal and a statement same as any other couple, with a single detail that makes them different from the rest, but it's not the self-defense lessons as much as plain honesty. The truth is that Sherlock IS concerned about her safety, he is worried that she might turn him down, and he has no idea why she has that effect on him, but he's grateful for it. Not because it makes him a better person or sharper at his job, but because it makes her a true companion, a partner, a mate. A consort of the mind as well as the spirit, the better half he didn't know he needed until he found her, a relationship that rings all the more romantic because it's not.
Joan and Holmes celebrate Valentine's Day by becoming Holmes and Watson.
I thoroughly enjoy this show, and this is the first glaring mistake I've seen them make. Other than shotguns, there have been no smooth bore firearms made for about two hundred years. An H&K MP5 comes standard with a rifled barrel -- no crazy modifications for insane criminals needed to rifle that barrel. Otherwise, an excellent episode.
Another great episode, i knew Sherlock would find out that his father wasn't paying Watson anymore. I thought that was a wonderful thing Sherlock said & is going to do for Watson, finally partners. Holmes & Watson. Thumbs Up.
And there it is, folks. Watson's on for good. I was very much pleased with how this was handled. There were so many worries that CBS was going to go back on its promise these two weren't going to get involved and so far they've backed it up. What I wasn't so pleased about was how this episode was wrapped up in the last five minutes. The case was really building up to be a wonderful two-parter and then they just saddle us with the quick, not-so-insightful clean up. C'mon guys, live a little! Give us a two-parter! We can handle it, I promise. Also, still no Clyde?