History Characters / Elementary

22nd Jan '18 2:30:26 AM Cifer
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* ShamelessFanserviceGuy: He's definitely not shy about his {{Shirtless Scene}}s. Or his interest in bondage, for that matter.

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* ShamelessFanserviceGuy: He's definitely not shy about his {{Shirtless Scene}}s. Or his interest in bondage, for that matter.matter (though he claims in the first episode that should Watson find a gimp mask, he's only holding that for a friend).
21st Jan '18 12:59:13 PM GoblinCipher
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* AintTooProudToBeg: In "The Many Mouths of Aaron Colville" Sherlock needed information long buried on the internet and asks Everyone for aide. They agree to give it for a price: [[spoiler:Sherlock sings songs from ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'' in a prom dress]]. Sherlock does it.

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* AintTooProudToBeg: In "The Many Mouths of Aaron Colville" Starting partway through season 2, Sherlock needed frequently finds himself needing information long buried somewhere on the internet and asks Internet or accessible only to master hackers. The hacker collective Everyone will get it for aide. They agree to give it him for a price: [[spoiler:Sherlock sings songs self-humiliation. Sherlock has done everything from standing on a street corner asking people to punch him to writing an academic paper about ''Franchise/{{Twilight}}'' to singing along to ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'' in a prom dress]]. dress. Sherlock does it.doesn't even blink at their requests.



** In the first episode we first see him after a dom woman has left his house, though he seems to have more of an academic interest in bondage than a sexual one.
** And in the beginning of "The Deductionist", he is being entertained by two dom women, who handcuff him to a chair. Unfortunately they are there for [[ClassyCatBurglar other reasons...]]

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** In the first episode we first see him after a dom woman dominatrix has left his house, though he seems to have more of an academic interest in bondage than a sexual one.
** And in the beginning of "The Deductionist", he is being entertained by two dom women, dominatrixes, who handcuff him to a chair. Unfortunately they are there for [[ClassyCatBurglar other reasons...]]
14th Jan '18 10:49:11 AM Baeraad555
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* TeamDad: He's gruff, straight-laced and puts the well-being of his people before all else.
14th Jan '18 9:34:41 AM Baeraad555
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* InformedAttribute: Sherlock keeps insisting that Mycroft is lazy and lacking in drive, but as per above, he's a successful cook and restaurant owner and seems to be working steadily at both. Sure, he's [[OvershadowedByAwesome not as hyperactive and super-accomplished]] as Sherlock, but who is?
13th Jan '18 8:38:21 AM Baeraad555
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* PoliticallyIncorrectHero: An unusual example since his behaviour isn't based on outdated moores but on ([[RuleOfCautiousEditingJudgment what he considers to be]]) cutting-edge science - for instance, at one point he tells Watson to go to bed because studies have shown that women need more sleep than men do. [[note]]Watson shoots back by noting that he neglected to mention that the same studies show that the reason why women need more sleep is that [[WomenAreWiser their brains are more active while they're awake.]][[/note]]
15th Jul '17 2:29:45 PM GoblinCipher
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** {{Lampshaded}} in "Murder Ex Machina": Holmes and Watson interview a woman with autism (or as she calls it, "neuroatypical") who gives a lengthy diatribe on the distinction between neuroatypicality and neurotypicality. She identifies both her boss and Joan as neurotypical, but takes one look at Sherlock and admits she has no idea what's going on with him.

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** {{Lampshaded}} in "Murder Ex Machina": Holmes and Watson interview a woman with autism (or as she calls it, "neuroatypical") neuroatypical) who gives a lengthy diatribe on the distinction between neuroatypicality and neurotypicality. She identifies both her boss and Joan as neurotypical, but takes one look at Sherlock and admits she has no idea what's going on with him.
6th Jul '17 4:36:36 AM GerardM
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** TheBusCameBack: Helps Sherlock and Joan during a two-parter in season five.
25th Jun '17 9:12:19 AM timotaka
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-->"I'll let you in on a little secret: I'm not calm. I am merely presenting a calm exterior. Inside, I am roiling."
21st May '17 11:07:18 AM HighCrate
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* GenreSavvy: And a really good one. Invokes GoodCopBadCop in the pilot, notices inconsistent details in stories, situations or objects in crime scenes and is able to put them together and [[spoiler: her impartial observations of Moriarty's actions made her able to deduce her motivations, craft a plan to her capture and succeed at it.]]
16th May '17 4:14:31 AM MarkLungo
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* FairCop: A mild example but he's quite handsome for a rugged cop.

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* FairCop: A mild example example, but he's quite handsome for a rugged cop.



* ADayInTheLimelight: "Details" centers around an attempt on his life, as well as his ex-criminal brother Andre. "All in the Family" centers around his [[spoiler: work for the Demographics Unit and his return to the NYPD.]]

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* ADayInTheLimelight: "Details" centers around an attempt on his life, as well as his ex-criminal brother Andre. "All in the Family" centers around his [[spoiler: work for the Demographics Unit and his return to the NYPD.]]]] In season 5, his relationship with Chantal becomes the basis of a multi-episode story arc.
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