History Series / Elementary

6th Apr '18 7:00:07 PM GeheimnisGoth
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* {{Transsexual}}: Ms. Hudson, although little has been made of it -- which may be the point.

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* {{Transsexual}}: {{Transgender}}: Ms. Hudson, although little has been made of it -- which may be the point.
15th Mar '18 11:53:11 PM jormis29
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** Part of "The Games Underfoot" episode is people searching for a cache of videogames that the manufacturer buried during The80s because of the negative reception which a reference to thousands of copies of the infamously bad ''VideoGame/ETTheExtraTerrestrial'' [[TheProblemWithLicensedGames licensed game]] that Creator/{{Atari}} buried in a trash during the UsefulNotes/TheGreatVideoGameCrashOf1983 and it's rediscovery that was chronicled by the ''Film/AtariGameOver'' documentary.

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** Part of "The Games Underfoot" episode is people searching for a cache of videogames that the manufacturer buried during The80s because of the negative reception which a reference to thousands of copies of the infamously bad ''VideoGame/ETTheExtraTerrestrial'' [[TheProblemWithLicensedGames licensed game]] that Creator/{{Atari}} buried in a trash dump during the UsefulNotes/TheGreatVideoGameCrashOf1983 and it's rediscovery that was chronicled by the ''Film/AtariGameOver'' documentary.
15th Mar '18 11:42:00 PM jormis29
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** Part of "The Games Underfoot" episode is people searching for a cache of videogames that the company buried during The80s because of the negative reception which a reference to thousands of copies of the infamously bad ''VideoGame/ETTheExtraTerrestrial'' [[TheProblemWithLicensedGames licensed game]] that Creator/{{Atari}} buried in a trash during the UsefulNotes/TheGreatVideoGameCrashOf1983 and it's rediscovery that was chronicled by the ''Film/AtariGameOver'' documentary.

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** Part of "The Games Underfoot" episode is people searching for a cache of videogames that the company manufacturer buried during The80s because of the negative reception which a reference to thousands of copies of the infamously bad ''VideoGame/ETTheExtraTerrestrial'' [[TheProblemWithLicensedGames licensed game]] that Creator/{{Atari}} buried in a trash during the UsefulNotes/TheGreatVideoGameCrashOf1983 and it's rediscovery that was chronicled by the ''Film/AtariGameOver'' documentary.
15th Mar '18 11:35:26 PM jormis29
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** Part of "The Games Underfoot" episode is people searching for a cache of videogames that the company buried during The80s because of the negative reception which a reference to thousands of copies of the infamously bad ''VideoGame/ETTheExtraTerrestrial'' [[TheProblemWithLicensedGames licensed game]] that Creator/{{Atari}} buried in a trash during the UsefulNotes/TheGreatVideoGameCrashOf1983 and it's rediscovery that was chronicled by the ''Film/AtariGameOver'' documentary.
24th Feb '18 8:56:08 PM isoycrazy
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* WeHaveReserves: In season 5, Shinwell explains to Sherlock his relationship with his gang [=SBK=] started with one of their lieutenants taking him in and giving him a purpose. Then he helped find young men in need of a place and guidance, and inducted them into the gang. [[spoiler:Then when he did time for the upper bosses, he saw the young men who he "gave a purpose to" coming into prison soon too. And the ones they recruited. And so on. Shinwell realizes from this to the top brass of the gang, there will always be some desperate kid who they can mold into a useful tool but discard when need be]].
18th Feb '18 12:39:32 PM StarSword
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* DisabilityAlibi:
** In the season one episode "Flight Risk", Holmes and Watson investigate a plane crash. After determining one of the victims was dead before even boarding the plane, they look into a man who was seen in a photo arguing with the victim outside of the hanger, who Watson notes has an insulin pump. When they speak to this man, they determine by the way he fumbles around with his pill bottle that he is not capable of beating a man to death.
** In the season one episode "One Way to Get Off", Holmes and Watson look into a series of deaths matching the MO of a convicted killer. The find a suspect and Sherlock realizes he is the man is half blind by the way he arranges his stuff on the shelves, the marks on the ceiling from practicing his depth perception, and proves this by throwing an orange at the man which he does not catch. He concludes this makes him innocent, one of the deaths was a shot in the dark following a struggle, not something a man with poor depth perception could do.
** In the season two episode "Dead Clade Walking", Holmes and Watson investigate a death related to a fossil that would prove the theory that dinosaurs survived the K-T meteor impace. Holmes rounds up skeptics of this theory, asks them for DNA samples, and the match turns out to be a wheelchair bound man named Andrew Donnelly. Gregson is skeptical how this is possible, and the man is further exonerated by his lawyer providing an air tight alibi. Turns out the real killer is the museum curator Holmes and Watson talked to earlier, who co-authored a book with Donnelly, and they both had used the tool that was the murder weapon.
** In the season two episode "The Many Mouths of Aaron Colville" Holmes and Watson look into a number of bite related deaths, with teeth marks that match that of a killer who died in prison. After determining that this is because the killer's teeth were a model for the dentures, they investigate the dental assistant named Divac, a sex offender taking chemical castration. Watson determines his innocence by noting that a mirror was shattered at the crime scene and the blood was not the victims. If this had happened to Divac his bones, brittle from the treatment, would have shattered.
** In the season four episode "Ready or Not" Holmes and Watson look into a missing doctor named Vincent, who they determine was a survivalist renting space in a doomsday bunker, run by a former Marine named Ronnie Wright. When they visit the bunker, Holmes determines that the bunker is an ill prepared fraud, and finds a bloodstain belonging to Vincent. Ronnie Wright admits to disposing of the body, but claims he couldn't have killed him, because a bad rotator cuff prevents him from swinging a weapon overhead. He admits that he was injured while on his high school swim team, and that he was [[PhonyVeteran unable to enlist in the Marines]].
3rd Feb '18 9:08:56 PM nombretomado
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* NewYorkCityCops: Variation. Holmes works as a consultant with NYPD homicide detectives. He was a consultant for UsefulNotes/ScotlandYard, but something happened (likely the drugs and forceful move to NYC for rehab) to make him leave.
2nd Feb '18 9:59:22 AM ZippyFloat
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*** Quite a slow-burn one here; in the 14th episode of Season 3, The Female of the Species an officer of the NYPD whose name was established in the first season is sleeping on Sherlock's couch. He is woken by an old fashioned mechanical alarm-clock placed next to a sign reading 'Detective Bell'.
1st Feb '18 2:10:59 AM Baeraad555
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* {{Hallucinations}}: [[spoiler: Sherlock]] turns out to have developed them in late Season 5. Specifically, [[spoiler: he sees and has conversations with his long-dead mother, who is trying to get him to seek medical help for this and other symptoms he's experiences, such as memory loss. She claims that she represents "the part of you that wants to get well."]]
21st Jan '18 11:41:45 AM GoblinCipher
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** Sherlock's hired intimate associates in many episodes.



** A woman in "Ears to You" during an ImagineSpot, [[spoiler: to show the [[FanDisservice human ears]] growing out of her back.]]



* {{Transsexual}}: Ms. Hudson, although little has been made of it so far. Which may be the point.

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* {{Transsexual}}: Ms. Hudson, although little has been made of it so far. Which -- which may be the point.
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