We are at the house of mouse and on the road so this my not be as good as I like posting from an ipad.
'We Are Everyone' a review.
I found the strength of the episode the same; good acting by the leads and some good dialog.
The weakness's were also the same, and that for me right now is Watson becoming the detective.
aim sure that is because Lucy Liu would not have signed on to be just a side-kick. The case, although timely was not perhaps best suited for a holmes story.
As for the references I came up with. . . . .
I liked the fact that Holmes would not start the case till his Boswell was present
It started Baker St. and the client met them there. . Well their flat.
Holmes' disinterest in the regular police forces findings by dismissing Bell with a "I vaguely recall . . ."
Reminiscent of Hound when they followed the client from 'Baker St.'
Holmes stating to Watson that she had a 'closer to a productive thought than you (she) realized'.
I believe that was a reference to Watson not being the light, but maybe the spark.
Holmes staying up all night to work in a case, which has been used before.
Where our two heroes were un-done by the hackers felt a little like Moriarty's spider web, a reference to his (her) reach.
I may fill in more when I get to a better computer.