History YMMV / Elementary

24th Sep '16 7:12:01 PM StarSword
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* AbsenteeActor:
** Gregson isn't in "Paint It Black". It's the first episode in which one of the four major characters doesn't appear.
** Watson doesn't appear in "Rip Off" as she's in Copenhagen after eloping with her boyfriend in the previous episode.
16th Jul '16 9:58:00 PM mavacca
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* AbsenteeActor:
** Gregson isn't in "Paint It Black". It's the first episode in which one of the four major characters doesn't appear.
** Watson doesn't appear in "Rip Off" as she's in Copenhagen after eloping with her boyfriend in the previous episode.
14th Jul '16 7:40:54 AM Anddrix
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* BaseBreaker: In the second season, Mycroft. Some fans found him to be a strong character and loyal to the canon, while others found his plotline tedious and overlong and his relationship with Joan a complete AssPull.

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* BaseBreaker: BaseBreakingCharacter: In the second season, Mycroft. Some fans found him to be a strong character and loyal to the canon, while others found his plotline tedious and overlong and his relationship with Joan a complete AssPull.
9th Mar '16 6:04:54 PM Eagal
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* SomeAnvilsNeedToBeDropped: In "Alma Mater" [[spoiler:the villain is a sleazy head of a for-profit college. His recruiters convince prospective students that degrees from his school will help them find jobs. Instead the degrees are worthless and much of the promised help finding a job doesn't exist. Worse yet, the students are saddled with massive amounts of debt. He then hires former students with criminal records to take care of any problems, paying off their debt. Minus the murder part, this describes real world for-profit colleges.]]
30th Jan '16 12:56:43 AM reub2000
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* SomeAnvilsNeedToBeDropped: In "Alma Mater" [[spoiler:the villain is a sleazy head of a for-profit college. His recruiters convince prospective students that degrees from his school will help them find jobs. Instead the degrees are worthless and much of the promised help finding a job doesn't exist. Worse yet, the students are saddled with massive amounts of debt. He then hires former students with criminal records to take care of any problems, paying off their debt. Minus the murder part, this describes real world for-profit colleges.]]
7th Jan '16 8:05:07 PM Rebu
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* FoeYay: Between Moriarty and Joan, especially during the restaurant scene. Also, the traditional Holmes-Moriarty FoeYay is given a new dimension by [[spoiler: having Moriarty be a woman and having her and Holmes actually having been lovers once.]]

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* FoeYay: Between Moriarty and Joan, especially during the restaurant scene. Also, the traditional Holmes-Moriarty FoeYay is given a new dimension by [[spoiler: having Moriarty be a woman and having her and Holmes actually having been lovers once.]] Later on, we learn that [[spoiler:Moriarty now considers Joan a WorthyOpponent, just like she does with Holmes.]]
** "Miss Take" ends with [[spoiler:the unnamed conwoman taunt-flirting with Holmes and saying she hopes he'll be at her trial. She also seems quite visibly pleased to see him visit her in her cell.
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27th Dec '15 10:51:00 AM Eagal
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* GrowingTheBeard: "M."

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* SugarWiki/HeReallyCanAct: As of "Details", the fandom is more or less chanting ''holy shit, Jon Michael Hill''.
15th Dec '15 4:20:56 PM MarkLungo
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** "No Lack of Void" features [[spoiler:Garret Dillahunt(AKA [[Series/TerminatorTheSarahConnorChronicles Cromartie]] and [[Series/RaisingHope Burt]]) as the killer of the episode.]]

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** "No Lack of Void" features [[spoiler:Garret Dillahunt(AKA Dillahunt (AKA [[Series/TerminatorTheSarahConnorChronicles Cromartie]] and [[Series/RaisingHope Burt]]) as the killer of the episode.]]
15th Dec '15 4:19:39 PM MarkLungo
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** Clyde the tortoise are also rather popular as well.

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** Clyde the tortoise are is also rather popular as well.
15th Dec '15 4:19:09 PM MarkLungo
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* AntiClimaxBoss: Moriarty. [[spoiler: After being built for half a season, her capture in the Season One Finale was this for some]]. Worth noting, however, the original "Napoleon of crime" only appeared in ''one'' Doyle-written story (and died at the end of it), so it's actually more faithful to the original work to have Moriarty ultimately be a relatively minor ArcVillain instead of the series' BigBad, although this version remain an occasionally RecurringCharacter.

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* AntiClimaxBoss: Moriarty. [[spoiler: After being built for half a season, her capture in the Season One Finale was this for some]]. Worth noting, however, the original "Napoleon of crime" only appeared in ''one'' Doyle-written story (and died at the end of it), so it's actually more faithful to the original work to have Moriarty ultimately be a relatively minor ArcVillain instead of the series' BigBad, although this version remain remains an occasionally RecurringCharacter.
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