Season 2 Episode 3

We Are Everyone

Aired Thursday 10:00 PM Oct 10, 2013 on CBS
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Episode Summary


Watson and Holmes search for the civil contractor responsible for leaking classified information but soon find themselves targeted by cyber activists. Joan decides to sign up at an online dating service.

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  • Fascinating

    I love that twist in the plot where Sherlock reads the letter from Moriarty. She is still out there, manipulating him from prison. it fit in well with the themes of security in this episode.
  • Pretty good.

    This was definitely an interesting episode, with a really good case that took us in multiple directions - everything from espionage to murder to some interesting scenes at home with some hackers!

    It was really good, and the side story with Joan's membership on a dating website was interesting enough and may lead to some interesting developments in future.

    All up, really god!
  • Alarm Clocks

    The return of Clyde, now functioning as a lettuce-eating alarm clock! This episode started out on a very different foot than most previous episodes, making it feel rather like Person of Interest instead of Elementary. The case comes as particularly relevant, given the recent Snowden issue (and the upcoming release of The Fifth Estate), but feels as if it's riding the coattails of these current events, both of which are pretty much past. And of course, it reveals the show's political views by the end. It was an interesting way of bringing Moriarty back in, leaving us wondering if she's playing with him (of course she is) and where their relationship is going to go this season. Pretty decent episode this week.moreless
  • the small reveal

    very good episode; did anyone else notice the upgrade in the wardrobes of Lucy and Jonny? a natural evolution, no radical change in the image, but definite improvements.

    important to establish Lucy as a real woman who is interested in a relationship with an actual, normal man. - this shows that there is no Holmes/Watson love affair in the works - thank the Gods; that would screw everything up.

    The ending was great with - Joan beginning to write just like Conan Doylemoreless
  • spoilers..

    We are Everyone was a really clever episode with the espionage part and the hacking, but also a good opportunity to see how Irene's betrayal affected Sherlock. The ending was great with Sherlock reading Moriarty's letter and Joan perhaps beginning to write about the great mystery that is Sherlock Holmes.
Jonny Lee Miller

Jonny Lee Miller

Sherlock Holmes

Lucy Liu

Lucy Liu

Dr. Joan Watson

Jon Michael Hill

Jon Michael Hill

Detective Marcus Bell

Aidan Quinn

Aidan Quinn

Captain Tobias Gregson

Susan Pourfar

Susan Pourfar

Emily Hankins

Guest Star

Christian Campbell

Christian Campbell

Ezra Kleinfelter

Guest Star

Ronald Guttman

Ronald Guttman

Mr. Mueller/Elliot Honeycutt

Guest Star

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


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  • QUOTES (3)

    • Holmes: I put Clyde in your bed in an effort to be a more considerate flat mate. I've decided not to wake you at dawn unless absolutely necessary.
      Watson: So you used your pet turtle as an alarm clock?

    • Holmes: I've lived most of my life with the firm conviction that romantic love is a delusion. It's a futile hedge against the existential terror that is our own singularity. Then I met someone who calls herself Irene Adler, and that forced me to reexamine those convictions. She, of course, turned out to be a criminal.
      Watson: Never really discussed how that made you feel.
      Holmes: I feel liberated. I am, now and forever, post-love. And, as such, I'm free to pursue a life of meaning.

    • Holmes: What are you doing?
      Watson: I'm looking at profiles of guys who winked at me on TrueRomantix.
      Holmes: I weep for the whole desperate lot of you.

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