Posted: by Tyler Olson
***The review below may contains some spoilers.***
We knew Sherlock would be angry when he found out about Watson, but did anyone else expect him to turn green and smash everything in sight?
Okay, maybe he didn't turn green, but his path of destruction was still impressive. I know Watson was holding him back from being a jerk, but I like him better this way. His childlike attitude is one of the best things that kept Elementary from feeling like a normal police procedural, besides the awesome characters anyway. Yes, I know his friend was in danger, which shortened his fuse even more, but wouldn't it be better if he was always acting like this?
I am really surprised that he didn't turn to drugs, though. I thought for sure that this would have pushed him into a relapse, but I guess he didn't want to do drugs with his lazy, good for nothing brother hovering over his shoulder.
Who knew having a criminal syndicate operating out of your restaurant could lead to such disastrous results? Really, did he not think it over, or was this why he was trying to get Sherlock and Joan out of New York? Oh, wait, that wasn't his idea, that was his boss' idea.
Wow, what a twist. I know Mycroft and British Intelligence normally go hand-in-hand, but with so much of the story revolving around him making him look like a shady cook, I never expected it was all a ruse. Talk about being deep undercover. Something tells me there is more to the plan than giving them banking records. I wonder if the ones they gave were fake. Heck, I wouldn't be surprised if the NSA was included in the whole thing, too.
What an amazing episode! I can't wait to see what insanity they have in store for us next week.