Though I have not read or watched everything the Sherlock world has to offer, I am fond of smart people who are good at their job, so the consulting detective’s universe is interesting to me. Between those characters and enjoying Anthony Horowitz’s work on Foyle’s War, I wanted to like Moriarty a lot more than I did.
The Elementary writing staff have once again taken the ripped-from-the-headlines tack that has worked so well for the Law and Order franchise by bringing the viewers a story about an employee at a top secret agency who leaked classified information to the public. Embedded in this episode are overarching questions about isolation and revealing one’s true self to the world. Read More New Show Recap: Elementary 2.3 “We Are Everyone”
Spoiler Alert: If you are not yet caught up on the second series of Sherlock, do not click through. Go watch – you won’t regret it – then come back and theorize with us. (It’s on Netflix Instant! ~ed.)