History YMMV / Elementary

16th May '17 4:03:54 AM MarkLungo
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* FanPreferredCouple: Sherlock/Joan. Even repeated ShipSinking by WordOfGod doesn't seem to help much. Although Sherlock/Kitty has been gaining momentum before the latter was PutOnABus.

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* FanPreferredCouple: Sherlock/Joan. Even repeated ShipSinking by WordOfGod doesn't seem to help much. Although Sherlock/Kitty has had been gaining momentum before the latter was PutOnABus.
15th May '17 11:58:46 PM shatterstar
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* FanPreferredCouple: Sherlock/Joan. Even repeated ShipSinking by WordOfGod doesn't seem to help much.

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* FanPreferredCouple: Sherlock/Joan. Even repeated ShipSinking by WordOfGod doesn't seem to help much. Although Sherlock/Kitty has been gaining momentum before the latter was PutOnABus.


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* OneTrueThreesome: Those who don't want to have ShipToShipCombat ships Sherlock/Joan/Kitty together.
11th Apr '17 3:50:27 PM KamonTheSkunk
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* FanDumb: Some fans were outraged when Joan was kidnapped in the second season, thinking that it was turning her into a DamselInDistress; these same fans seem to have forgotten that Sherlock was kidnapped in the first season, with Joan saving him (thanks in part to the perp's blunder).
27th Mar '17 6:32:53 AM mack
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** Shinwell bores people to tears with his gang infiltration sub-plot that never goes anyway, and never actually shows him doing anything to infiltrate his gang. His interactions with the main cast being "ignore what Joan tells him he should do" followed by "Sherlock has to clean up his mess" don't help either.
27th Mar '17 3:49:20 AM mack
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** The killer in "Dead Man's Tale" was [[spoiler: Patrick Fabian, who was a deep sea salvage experty who was trying to pull off a [[Film/TheProducers]] style plot where he needed to fail rather than succeed. Fabian has had major roles on shows like Gossip Girl and more recently, Better Call Saul]].

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** The killer in "Dead Man's Tale" was [[spoiler: Patrick Fabian, who was a deep sea salvage experty who was trying to pull off a [[Film/TheProducers]] Film/TheProducers style plot where he needed to fail rather than succeed. Fabian has had major roles on shows like Gossip Girl and more recently, Better Call Saul]].
27th Mar '17 3:49:07 AM mack
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** The killer in "Dead Man's Tale" was [[spoiler: Patrick Fabian, who was a deep sea salvage experty who was trying to pull off a [[Film/TheProducers]] style plot where he needed to fail rather than succeed. Fabian has had major roles on shows like Gossip Girl and more recently, Better Call Saul]].
27th Feb '17 7:52:37 AM Temmere
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** In "The Female of the Species," [[spoiler:Moriarity arranges for the murder of a criminal who was targeting Watson, because as far as she's concerned, Holmes ''and'' Watson belong to her and her alone]].

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** In "The Female of the Species," [[spoiler:Moriarity [[spoiler:Moriarty arranges for the murder of a criminal who was targeting Watson, because as far as she's concerned, Holmes ''and'' Watson belong to her and her alone]].
27th Feb '17 7:51:33 AM Temmere
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** In "The Female of the Species," [[spoiler:Moriarity arranges for the murder of a criminal who was targeting Watson, because as far as she's concerned, Holmes ''and'' Watson belong to her and her alone]].
13th Feb '17 3:29:51 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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* AlternateCharacterInterpretation: Morland Holmes seems deliberately written to invite this, as his motives and sincerity are always put into question and even to the very end viewers are left guessing about just how [[AntiHero good]] or [[AntiVillain bad]] he is.

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* AlternateCharacterInterpretation: AlternativeCharacterInterpretation: Morland Holmes seems deliberately written to invite this, as his motives and sincerity are always put into question and even to the very end viewers are left guessing about just how [[AntiHero good]] or [[AntiVillain bad]] he is.
7th Jan '17 10:58:44 AM Isaac_Heller
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* AlternateCharacterInterpretation: Morland Holmes seems deliberately written to invite this, as his motives and sincerity are always put into question and even to the very end viewers are left guessing about just how [[AntiHero good]] or [[AntiVillain bad]] he is.
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