Did they miss a potentially great scene with Joan and Cortes beating the stuffing out of each other in a Thanksgiving Day episode? Read on for our review of Elementary!
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Elementary Review: Tag, You're Me
Sherlock playing tag team with his father proved more entertaining and less confusing than the Case of the Week in Elementary Season 4 Episode 3. Read on for our review of "Tag, You're Me"!
Elementary Review: Evidence of Things Not Seen
The Case of the Week might have seemed, well, elementary, but John Noble's appearance as Morland Holmes kept things from being too dull in Elementary Season 4 Episode 2. Read on for our review!
Elementary Review: The Past is Parent
Enter John Noble, stage center! Sherlock's never-before-seen father comes to call in Elementary Season 4 Episode 1, "The Past is Parent." Read on for our review!
Elementary Review: A Controlled Descent
On Elementary Season 3 Episode 24, Sherlock's sobriety is at risk while he searches for a missing friend. Can he resist temptation? Read the review to find out.
Elementary Review: Absconded
On Elementary Season 3 Episode 23, Captain Gregson faces a decision that affects the future of the team. Read the review to find out his answer.
Elementary Review: The Best Way Out is Always Through
On Elementary Season 3 Episode 22, an inmate's escape from prison leaves Sherlock and Joan baffled. Read the review to find out how she did it.
Elementary Review: Under My Skin
On Elementary Season 3 Episode 21, Joan and Sherlock hunt a "surgeon" who is murdering unsuspecting drug mules. Read our review to see the results!
Elementary Review: A Stitch in Time
On Elementary Season 3 Episode 20, Sherlock and Joan investigate the murder of a professional doubter who may have uncovered a terrorist plot while Joan also helps Captain Gregson's daughter on a case.
Elementary Review: One Watson, One Holmes
On Elementary Season 3 Epsidoe 19, Holmes and Watson must prevent a civil war among the hacker group, Everyone, after a member is murdered and Joan begins isolating herself from friends.
Elementary Review: The View From Olympus
A confusing story that starts with murder and ends with stalking, with stopovers on blackmail and a mugging. Did I forget to mention Sherlock's bed-buddy who wants to have his baby? It's just Elementary Season 3 Episode 18.
Elementary Review: T-Bone and the Iceman
On Elementary Season 3 Episode 17, Sherlock and Joan investigate what appears to be a victim of road rage until they realize she had been flash frozen, while Joan must also confront her brother for allegedly having an affair.