Sherlock: “Behold, Watson. A generation lost in narcissism. A populous that believes no experience is worth having unless it’s been uploaded and received its fair share of hits. For whom the pinnacle of achievements is the moment you crush your genitalia on a metal railing and receive meme status.”
“Internal Audit” is tonight’s episode of “Elementary.” If you have yet to see tonight’s episode, beware of spoilers! To review the last case file, click here. “Elementary” returns on January 2nd on CBS (KHOU).
Watson has a personal connection to the case. A former client of hers, Chloe Butler, is the personal chef of Donald Houser, aka the first victim. Watson’s reaction to Chloe at the crime scene instantly set off alarms in my head, so the news that Watson was her sober companion is not all that shocking. Chloe ends up being a complication rather than someone helpful. It is interesting to see Watson and Sherlock try to work their way around the confidentiality agreement. Still, all throughout the episode I suspected her. Did you?
Sherlock is going to be a sponsor! Aww, he’s all grown up now. Alfredo makes the suggestion after seeing how Bell’s accident has affected Sherlock. It is great that the writers are still making Bell a big part of Sherlock’s life, even though they aren’t speaking. This episode says a lot about how Sherlock has grown and just how much Bell means to him, even if Sherlock won’t admit it. Watching Sherlock sponsor Randy could be fun, odds are Sherlock will not be a typical sponsor. I wonder if he will give Randy assignments like break into a house or something. Do you think Sherlock will make a good partner?
Bell is back at work, but he is desk bound. It has been nice seeing more of Bell and Watson interacting as friends because it is rarely shown. What is curious is that the deputy commissioner offers Bell a spot on an intelligence task force. It is hard to decide what to make of this. Is this a good thing for the Bell and Sherlock bromance? Being on a taskforce probably means that Bell will be off somewhere else, and not constantly in contact with Gregson and Sherlock. Perhaps if Bell takes the job, something will happen that causes Bell to reach out to Sherlock. What are your thoughts on Bell’s job offer?
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