Loved this episode. I almost died laughing at the amount of open doors in New York city. Sherlock's absolute lack of guilt and shame at lying so blatantly was hysterical. Joan was right. If he had bothered to concoct a better story, which, brilliant as he is, he could have done, the judge would have ruled for him. I understand detective Bell's anger at Sherlock. It's one thing to almost die for a decent guy, quite another to almost die for an a**hole like Sherlock Holmes. Sherlock does feel bad about what happened to Bell. I think that even though he is a bit of a sociopath, his personal code dictates that only the guilty should suffer. Having detective Bell almost die because of him must be chewing him up inside.
Great episode. Loved it! I think the reason that Kalinda betrayed Carey was because of Alicia. Neither Carey nor Alicia told her that Alicia was leaving as well. She thought it was just Carey and the fourth years. Kalinda realised that it was every man or woman for themselves. Besides, she had fulfilled the obligation she felt she owed Carey. She had to get back to working for the people paying her salary. I respect that.
Sex starved? Might as well call her a nymphomaniac and be done with it. Good review spoiled by disturbing sl*t shaming. I have never heard sex starved used to describe male characters, even when they show poor judgement like Lydia. Disturbing choice of words.
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