History Characters / Elementary

5th Feb '16 10:53:27 AM duranaparthur
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* CompositeCharacter: In this version, Moriarty is revealed to be [[spoiler:playing the role of Irene Adler to get close to Sherlock]].
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* CompositeCharacter: In this version, Moriarty is revealed to be [[spoiler:playing the role of Irene Adler to get close to Sherlock]].Sherlock. As such, she does successfully fool Sherlock using a disguise like in the original tales, leading him into his pre-show drug addiction and collapse]].
3rd Feb '16 6:49:37 PM missmoon
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* AwesomenessByAnalysis: In "Pilot", she discovers the whole reason of Sherlock's drug addiction and despair with ''one look''. As the series progresses, Joan's background as a doctor has actually allowed her to notice certain aspects about a case and correctly deduce the facts before Sherlock. This was first shown in "The Deductionist" when Joan realizes that [[spoiler: Patricia Ennis deliberately destroyed her kidneys in order to aid her brother's escape]] and most recently in "Alma Matters" when she [[spoiler: deduces from Morland's eating habits that he had part of his stomach removed and that the the injury came from a failed assassination attempt.]]
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* AwesomenessByAnalysis: In "Pilot", she Joan discovers the whole reason of Sherlock's drug addiction and despair with ''one look''. As the series progresses, Joan's her background as a doctor has actually allowed her to notice certain aspects about a case and correctly deduce the facts before Sherlock. This was first shown in "The Deductionist" when Joan realizes that [[spoiler: Patricia Ennis deliberately destroyed her kidneys in order to aid her brother's escape]] escape]], Mycroft being [[spoiler:a cancer survivor from IV scars on his arms]], and most recently in "Alma Matters" when she [[spoiler: deduces from Morland's eating habits that he had part of his stomach removed and that the the injury came from a failed assassination attempt.]]
3rd Feb '16 6:14:08 PM jcast
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* AwesomenessByAnalysis: In "Pilot", she discovers the whole reason of Sherlock's drug addiction and despair with ''one look''.
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* AwesomenessByAnalysis: In "Pilot", she discovers the whole reason of Sherlock's drug addiction and despair with ''one look''. As the series progresses, Joan's background as a doctor has actually allowed her to notice certain aspects about a case and correctly deduce the facts before Sherlock. This was first shown in "The Deductionist" when Joan realizes that [[spoiler: Patricia Ennis deliberately destroyed her kidneys in order to aid her brother's escape]] and most recently in "Alma Matters" when she [[spoiler: deduces from Morland's eating habits that he had part of his stomach removed and that the the injury came from a failed assassination attempt.]]
29th Jan '16 9:56:07 AM MarkLungo
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* AnimalMotif: Sherlock compares to shark, a mighty indiscriminate predator that will eventually get want it wants.
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* AnimalMotif: Sherlock compares him to a shark, a mighty mighty, indiscriminate predator that will eventually get want it wants.
28th Jan '16 6:09:01 PM KeithM
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** In "Alma Matters" he finds out someone tried to frame him for an attempt on his father's life. He takes this very personally. Not the attempted assassination of his father, but that someone would smear his reputation in doing so.
28th Jan '16 6:04:15 PM KeithM
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* TheAtoner: Like Mycroft before him, he realizes just how screwed up his relationship with Sherlock is and wishes to make amends. [[spoiler:Although revelations at the end of "The Cost of Doing Business" put into question the sincerity of this. "Alma Matters" then reverses this and makes his sincerity appear genuine.]]
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* TheAtoner: Like Mycroft before him, he realizes just how screwed up his relationship with Sherlock is and wishes to make amends. [[spoiler:Although revelations at the end of "The Cost of Doing Business" put into question the sincerity of this. "Alma Matters" then reverses this and makes his sincerity appear genuine.]]

* CorruptCorporateExecutive: He didn't make his money honestly, that's for sure. In fact it's his job to bribe and exhort on behalf of corporations and governments. [[spoiler: He also has no problem ''killing'' people if they tick him off - even if they work for freakin' '''INTERPOL'''...maybe. He's at least willing to claim responsibility for the killing in order to terrify someone.]]
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* CorruptCorporateExecutive: He didn't make his money honestly, that's for sure. In fact it's his job to bribe and exhort on behalf of corporations and governments. [[spoiler: He also has no problem ''killing'' people if they tick him off - even if they work for freakin' '''INTERPOL'''...maybe. He's at least willing to claim claiming responsibility for the killing assassination of an INTERPOL agent in order to terrify someone.]]someone, even though he didn't do it.]] * DeadpanSnarker: "Alma Matters" shows he's quite capable of it.

* PetTheDog: In "The Cost of Doing Business" he comforts a murder victim's widow, leading both Sherlock and the audience to wonder if he has some decency in him after all. [[spoiler:This is undone by the end of the episode, where he reveals that he had an InterpolSpecialAgent murdered. "Alma Matters" complicates the issue when he claims he didn't actually do it, but did imply responsibility in order to frighten Lucas.]]
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* PetTheDog: In "The Cost of Doing Business" he comforts a murder victim's widow, leading both Sherlock and the audience to wonder if he has some decency in him after all. [[spoiler:This is seems undone by the end of the episode, where he reveals claims that he had an InterpolSpecialAgent murdered. murdered, but "Alma Matters" complicates the issue when he claims reveals he didn't actually do it, but did imply responsibility in order to frighten Lucas.Lucas when the latter attempts to blackmail him.]]
28th Jan '16 5:55:19 PM KeithM
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* TheAtoner: Like Mycroft before him, he realizes just how screwed up his relationship with Sherlock is and wishes to make amends. [[spoiler:Although revelations at the end of "The Cost of Doing Business" put into question the sincerity of this.]]
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* TheAtoner: Like Mycroft before him, he realizes just how screwed up his relationship with Sherlock is and wishes to make amends. [[spoiler:Although revelations at the end of "The Cost of Doing Business" put into question the sincerity of this. "Alma Matters" then reverses this and makes his sincerity appear genuine.]]

* CorruptCorporateExecutive: He didn't make his money honestly, that's for sure. In fact it's his job to bribe and exhort on behalf of corporations and governments. [[spoiler: He also has no problem ''killing'' people if they tick him off - even if they work for freakin' '''INTERPOL''']]
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* CorruptCorporateExecutive: He didn't make his money honestly, that's for sure. In fact it's his job to bribe and exhort on behalf of corporations and governments. [[spoiler: He also has no problem ''killing'' people if they tick him off - even if they work for freakin' '''INTERPOL''']]'''INTERPOL'''...maybe. He's at least willing to claim responsibility for the killing in order to terrify someone.]]

* PetTheDog: In "The Cost of Doing Business" he comforts a murder victim's widow, leading both Sherlock and the audience to wonder if he has some decency in him after all. [[spoiler:This is undone by the end of the episode, where he reveals that he had an InterpolSpecialAgent murdered.]]
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* PetTheDog: In "The Cost of Doing Business" he comforts a murder victim's widow, leading both Sherlock and the audience to wonder if he has some decency in him after all. [[spoiler:This is undone by the end of the episode, where he reveals that he had an InterpolSpecialAgent murdered. "Alma Matters" complicates the issue when he claims he didn't actually do it, but did imply responsibility in order to frighten Lucas.]]

* TheyCallMeMisterTibbs: He doesn't show much reaction when people refer to him by his personal name, but at the end of "The Cost of Doing Business", when [[spoiler: his Interpol contact, Lucas, attempts to blackmail him and in response was told that Morland had Lucas's predecessor murdered when he tried asking for more money,]] their meeting ends with:
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* TheyCallMeMisterTibbs: He doesn't show much reaction when people refer to him by his personal name, but at the end of "The Cost of Doing Business", when [[spoiler: his Interpol contact, Lucas, attempts to blackmail him and in response was told that Morland claimed to have had Lucas's predecessor murdered when he tried asking for more money,]] their meeting ends with:
13th Jan '16 6:54:23 PM ProfessorGrimm
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* AbusiveParents: Is a less than ideal father to both Sherlock and Mycroft when they were growing up.
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* AbusiveParents: Is Was a less than ideal father to both Sherlock and Mycroft when they were growing up.

* CompositeCharacter: Despite being an original character, his "consulting work" is eerily similar to Conan Doyle's version of Professor Moriarty, the consulting criminal.
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* CompositeCharacter: Despite being an original character, his "consulting work" is makes him eerily similar to Conan Doyle's version of Professor Moriarty, the consulting criminal.

* CorruptCorporateExecutive: He didn't make his money honestly, that's for sure. In fact it's his job to bribe and exhort on behalf of corporations and governments. [[spoiler: He also has no problem ''killing'' people if they tick him off - even if the work for freakin' '''INTERPOL''']]
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* CorruptCorporateExecutive: He didn't make his money honestly, that's for sure. In fact it's his job to bribe and exhort on behalf of corporations and governments. [[spoiler: He also has no problem ''killing'' people if they tick him off - even if the they work for freakin' '''INTERPOL''']]
13th Jan '16 6:50:23 PM ProfessorGrimm
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* CorruptCorporateExecutive: He didn't make his money honestly, that's for sure. In fact it's his job to bribe and exhort on behalf of corporations and governments. [[spoiler: He also has no problem ''killing'' people if they tick him off - even if the work for freakin' '''INTERPOL''']]
13th Jan '16 6:46:06 PM ProfessorGrimm
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* AnimalMotif: Sherlock compares to shark, a mighty indiscriminate predator that will eventually get want it wants.
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