Previously on Elementary: The Hound of the Cancer Cells. Season 2, Episode 19: The Many Mouths of Aaron Colville Both this and the next episode touch deeply personal facets of Joan and Sherlock’s lives. In The Many Mouths of Aaron Colville, Joan is confronted with a case, a patient, that as been weighing on her […]Read More Elementary: the Pre-Finale Catch-up Post!
Previously on Elementary: Ears to You. Loaning bits and pieces from The Hound of the Baskervilles, this episode doesn’t just give us a really creepy pre-credits murder sequence, but also a more than welcome look at what’s not only the sleek and sophisticated parts of town and hunting grounds for criminals. And then, at the […]Read More Elementary: The Hound of the Cancer Cells.
Previously on Elementary: The One Percent Solution. What this episode does, for me, is highlight why this Gareth Lestrade is a prat and a dick, and why we’re all glad to be rid of him. What this episode also does is annoy me that he gets room and board long enough to get his shit […]Read More Elementary: Ears to You.
Previously on Elementary: Corpse de Ballet. In this episode, you get to watch the writers and cast have a lot of fun as they get as many ‘cocks’ past the censors as humanly possible.Read More Elementary: The One Percent Solution.
Previously: Entrée. Today: Sorbet. “How do you see the Ripper?” “I see him as one of those pitiful thing sometimes born in hospitals. They feed it, keep it warm, but they don’t put it on the machines. They let it die. But he doesn’t die. He looks normal. Nobody can tell what he is.” That’s […]Read More Hannibal: Sorbet.
ITV Commissions New Series of Lewis! Laurence Fox tweeted this picture this morning: And then ITV followed up with this press release! Follow the link above to get to the full document. But have this quote before you go: Kevin Whately and Laurence Fox reprise their roles as the detectives who investigate grisly murders against […]Read More ITV Commissions New Series of Lewis!
Previously on Elementary: Dead Clade Walking. The — aside from the wonderfully unperturbed handling of gender-flexible sexual and/or relationships — relatively uninspired case of a dead ballerina was accompanied by a better look at Joan’s life, values, and motivations; as well as a heartwarming example of the depth of her connection with Sherlock.Read More Elementary: Corpse de Ballet.
Previously on Elementary: All in the Family. Ancient dinosaur bones aside, this new episode presents you with the conundrum entitled, “Sherlock Holmes and the Caring Lark.”Read More Elementary: Dead Clade Walking.
Previously: Coquilles. Today: Entrée. It’s easy to pick my single favourite scene from this episode: aside from the revelation that Hannibal Lecter is the Chesapeake Ripper. Aside from the fact that not only Will comes to Hannibal for comfort, but Jack does, too. Aside from the fact that the serial killer who broke Jack’s first […]Read More Hannibal: Entrée.
Previously: Œuf. Today: Coquilles. As much as I love the scene in Hannibal’s kitchen after Will’s sleepwalking episode, there’s another bit I want to talk about today.Read More Hannibal: Coquilles.
Previously on Sherlock: The Sign of Three. The answer to that — the usual. John Watson. I recall calling The Reichenbach Fall brilliant television and a veritable rollercoaster of emotions. Then what am I to call this? Because this is even bloody better. The facts of the case are these: Sherlock Holmes is a murderer.Read More “Who Would He Bother Protecting?” — Sherlock: His Last Vow.
Previously: Potage. Today: Œuf. It just all stacks up so well for Hannibal. This case, the Lost Boys, hitting Will so squarely in the chest as he is caught in his need to help Abigail survive and recover, plays right into Lecter’s hands. Using his anger at being unable to help the boys, Hannibal convinces […]Read More Hannibal: Œuf.