History Headscratchers / Elementary

22nd Jan '17 1:16:25 PM MarkLungo
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** Another major headscratcher in that episode: the murderer has killed her victim, and since the guy's wife is in UsefulNotes/{{India}}, she has plenty of time to dispose the body without no one noticing. Now, if she would've just dumped the body into the sea or buried it, no one would know why the guy vanished. Since the guy had no apparent enemies, the cops might've ruled it as a suicide (which indeed seems to be the case before the body was found). But what does the murderer do? She ''tears down the wall of the victim's apartment, hides the body inside, and rebuilds the wall so the wife won't notice'', something which must've taken her quite a bit of time and effort. (What if one of the neighbours had come to complain about the noise while she was doing it?) Now, this is pretty much the stupidest way one can think of to dispose a body. What if the wife had noticed the bulge in the wall, and the fact that the picture frames on it had been moved? What if the stench of the rotting body began to seep through the wall? What if the the wife simply decided to renovate the apartment? Since the murderer clearly had time to think about what to do with the body, how on earth did she come up with an incredibly stupid solution like this?

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** Another major headscratcher in that episode: the murderer has killed her victim, and since the guy's wife is in UsefulNotes/{{India}}, she has plenty of time to dispose the body without with no one noticing. Now, if she would've just dumped the body into the sea or buried it, no one would know why the guy vanished. Since the guy had no apparent enemies, the cops might've ruled it as a suicide (which indeed seems to be the case before the body was found). But what does the murderer do? She ''tears down the wall of the victim's apartment, hides the body inside, and rebuilds the wall so the wife won't notice'', something which must've taken her quite a bit of time and effort. (What if one of the neighbours had come to complain about the noise while she was doing it?) Now, this is pretty much the stupidest way one can think of to dispose a body. What if the wife had noticed the bulge in the wall, and the fact that the picture frames on it had been moved? What if the stench of the rotting body began to seep through the wall? What if the the wife simply decided to renovate the apartment? Since the murderer clearly had time to think about what to do with the body, how on earth did she come up with an incredibly stupid solution like this?
22nd Jan '17 10:28:29 AM Tuomas
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** Another major headscratcher in that episode: the murderer has killed her victim, and since the guy's wife is in UsefulNotes/{{India}}, she has plenty of time to dispose the body without no one noticing. Now, if she would've just dumped the body into the sea or buried it, no one would know why the guy vanished. Since the guy had no apparent enemies, the cops might've ruled it as a suicide (which indeed seems to be the case before the body was found). But what does the murderer do? She ''tears down the wall of the apartment, hides the body inside, and rebuilds the wall so the wife won't notice'', something which must've taken her quite a bit of time and effort. (What if one of the neighbours had come to complain about the noise while she was doing it?) Now, this is pretty much the stupidest way one can think of to dispose a body. What if the wife had noticed the bulge in the wall, and the fact that the picture frames on it had been moved? What if the stench of the rotting body began to seep through the wall? What if the the wife simply decided to renovate the apartment? Since the murderer clearly had time to think about what to do with the body, how on earth did she come up with an incredibly stupid solution like this?

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** Another major headscratcher in that episode: the murderer has killed her victim, and since the guy's wife is in UsefulNotes/{{India}}, she has plenty of time to dispose the body without no one noticing. Now, if she would've just dumped the body into the sea or buried it, no one would know why the guy vanished. Since the guy had no apparent enemies, the cops might've ruled it as a suicide (which indeed seems to be the case before the body was found). But what does the murderer do? She ''tears down the wall of the victim's apartment, hides the body inside, and rebuilds the wall so the wife won't notice'', something which must've taken her quite a bit of time and effort. (What if one of the neighbours had come to complain about the noise while she was doing it?) Now, this is pretty much the stupidest way one can think of to dispose a body. What if the wife had noticed the bulge in the wall, and the fact that the picture frames on it had been moved? What if the stench of the rotting body began to seep through the wall? What if the the wife simply decided to renovate the apartment? Since the murderer clearly had time to think about what to do with the body, how on earth did she come up with an incredibly stupid solution like this?
22nd Jan '17 10:27:47 AM Tuomas
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22nd Jan '17 10:27:38 AM Tuomas
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22nd Jan '17 10:26:54 AM Tuomas
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** Another major headscratcher in that episode: the murderer has killed her victim, and since the guy's wife is in UsefulNotes/{{India}}, she has plenty of time to dispose the body without no one noticing. Now, if she would've just dumped the body into the sea or buried it, no one would know why the guy vanished. Since the guy had no apparent enemies, the cops might've ruled it as a suicide (which indeed seems to be the case before the body was found). But what does the murderer do? She ''tears down the wall of the apartment, hides the body inside, and rebuilds the wall so the wife won't notice'', something which must've taken her quite a bit of time and effort. (What if one of the neighbours had come to complain about the noise while she was doing it?) Now, this is pretty much the stupidest way one can think of to dispose a body. What if the wife had noticed the bulge in the wall, and the fact that the picture frames on it had been moved? What if the stench of the rotting body began to seep through the wall? What if the the wife simply decided to renovate the apartment? Since the murdered clearly had time to think about what to do with the body, how on earth did she come up with an incredibly stupid solution like this?

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** Another major headscratcher in that episode: the murderer has killed her victim, and since the guy's wife is in UsefulNotes/{{India}}, she has plenty of time to dispose the body without no one noticing. Now, if she would've just dumped the body into the sea or buried it, no one would know why the guy vanished. Since the guy had no apparent enemies, the cops might've ruled it as a suicide (which indeed seems to be the case before the body was found). But what does the murderer do? She ''tears down the wall of the apartment, hides the body inside, and rebuilds the wall so the wife won't notice'', something which must've taken her quite a bit of time and effort. (What if one of the neighbours had come to complain about the noise while she was doing it?) Now, this is pretty much the stupidest way one can think of to dispose a body. What if the wife had noticed the bulge in the wall, and the fact that the picture frames on it had been moved? What if the stench of the rotting body began to seep through the wall? What if the the wife simply decided to renovate the apartment? Since the murdered murderer clearly had time to think about what to do with the body, how on earth did she come up with an incredibly stupid solution like this?
11th Aug '16 10:35:37 PM Lullaby22
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* How in the hell did Holmes predict three plays in a row of a baseball game in the Pilot? No matter how good you are at statistics and deduction, the outcome of an individual play is subject to chance. Just because a player statistically should, for example, pop up to center does not mean that he will. And if you tell me that it was a recording, then I'll tell you that Watson would have no reason to insist on staying to watch it if it was something she could have returned to anytime she wanted.
15th Jan '16 5:42:14 PM selltown88
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** Gregson works for the Major Crimes unit (or a similar name to that.) As it would be, his jurisdiction should be the entire city. Presumably, the precinct is merely a designation for that unit, given that there is no actual 11th precinct in the NYPD.
31st Oct '15 11:32:58 AM MarkLungo
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** Another major headscratcher in that episode: the murderer has killed her victim, and since the guy's wife is in India, she has plenty of time to dispose the body without no one noticing. Now, if she would've just dumbed the body into the sea or buried it, no one would know why the guy vanished. Since the guy had no apparent enemies, the cops might've ruled it as a suicide (which indeed seems to be the case before the body was found). But what does the murderer do? She ''tears down the wall of the apartment, hides the body inside, and rebuilds the wall so the wife won't notice'', something which must've taken her quite a bit of time and effort. (What if one of the neighbours had come to complain about the noise while she was doing it?) Now, this is pretty much the stupidest way one can think of to dispose a body. What if the wife had noticed the bulge in the wall, and the fact that the picture frames on it had been moved? What if the stench of the rotting body began to seep through the wall? What if the the wife simply decided to renovate the apartment? Since the murdered clearly had time to think about what to do with the body, how on earth did she come up with an incredibly stupid solution like this?

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** Another major headscratcher in that episode: the murderer has killed her victim, and since the guy's wife is in India, UsefulNotes/{{India}}, she has plenty of time to dispose the body without no one noticing. Now, if she would've just dumbed dumped the body into the sea or buried it, no one would know why the guy vanished. Since the guy had no apparent enemies, the cops might've ruled it as a suicide (which indeed seems to be the case before the body was found). But what does the murderer do? She ''tears down the wall of the apartment, hides the body inside, and rebuilds the wall so the wife won't notice'', something which must've taken her quite a bit of time and effort. (What if one of the neighbours had come to complain about the noise while she was doing it?) Now, this is pretty much the stupidest way one can think of to dispose a body. What if the wife had noticed the bulge in the wall, and the fact that the picture frames on it had been moved? What if the stench of the rotting body began to seep through the wall? What if the the wife simply decided to renovate the apartment? Since the murdered clearly had time to think about what to do with the body, how on earth did she come up with an incredibly stupid solution like this?
31st Oct '15 7:47:21 AM Gillimer
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* For that matter, what is Gregson's position? He is stated to work at the Eleventh Precinct, but seems to take cases all over the city without raising questions of jurisdiction.
11th Aug '15 11:58:04 PM Tuomas
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** Another major headscratcher in that episode: the murderer has killed her victim, and since the guy's wife is in India, she has plenty of time to dispose the body without no one noticing. Now, if she would've just dumbed the body into the sea or buried it, no one would know why the guy vanished. Since the guy had no apparent enemies, the cops might've ruled it as a suicide (which indeed seems to be the case before the body was found). But what does the murderer do? She ''tears down the wall of the apartment, hides the body inside, and rebuilds the wall so the wife won't notice'', something which must've taken her quite a bit of time and effort. (What if one of the neighbours had come to complain about the noise while she was doing it?) Now, this is pretty much the stupidest way one can think of to dispose a body. What if the wife had noticed the bulge in the wall, and the fact that the picture frames on it had been moved? What if the stench of the rotting body began to seep through the wall? What if the the wife simply decided to renovate the apartment? Since the murdered clearly had time to think about what to do with the body, how on earth did she come up with an incredibly stupid solution like this?
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