So the key witness in a murder investigation just walks out of protective custody. Right past multiple MX units no less. How very ninja of her..
The episode being out of order is painfully obvious. Especially the off-hand comments.
Was the flirty stuff too much for an early episode? Yes. cut that and add the "I have something for you" scene back in an episode later.
Call it continuity. No one will know..
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Yes, just use the technology, don't try to explain it with half-baked techno-babble.
This show actually works when the writers don't insult the viewers intelligence (as much). Hey, I'm trying here :)
Definitely much better than the pilot.
Terms! Terms for anything and everything.. "Make it sound technical" the writing director said. "Oh and toss in 'cyber'. The muggles like that."
The character stuff works, the leads click. When they get a chance to.
I like the premise, but this is grinding even to me.
Time to update the banners, there's a new girl in town.
Another great episode of Elementary. They actually make you care for the characters without banging you over the head with guilt or drama.
I'm very happy with this show in general. People sometimes unfavourably compare it to the BBC's Sherlock and that is almost always unfounded. Just because the formula is similar, a blatant copy it is not.
One can watch either show without diminishing the other.
This episode, for once, didn't go off into an embarrassing Tempi-momi b-plot or made the killer too obvious. We also didn't get another terrible guilt trip either.
With that going for it, this episode wins the season by default. Not great, but a lot better than the rest.
Well played Game Of Thrones, well played. The set up was so very slow for three episodes but it looks like your plan is working out after all.
R.I.P. Lord Commander. Now we know how much the vow is worth to some of the crows.. I hope for Snow to cut them down one by one!
Dany lived up to her promise and Mormont kept his trap shut. All is well.
This is good television. Having the audience play both silent accomplice to Lecter and empathise with Graham to this level at the same time is ingenious. The concept feels just "wrong" enough to grip ones mind tight.
The Katherine letter felt a little out of place and Caroline is confusing me a little, but I liked the episode.
This episode as perceived by my brain:
Tony is concerned about Ziva -
BLEEEEEEEEEEEHHHHHHHH another uninteresting 2nd-person-we-talk-to-leads-to-closure/did-it-try-to-be-more-obvious-case-BLEEEEHHHHHHH
Tony gets screwed over again.
Entering emergency standby-coma until next week!
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