His behavior no longer shocks us, and usually this season the only bizarre bits are some of the grotesque crimes.
The cases have become a little repetitive in nature, even if most are rather timely in subject matter.
This episode, for me, has been the weakest one so far this season.
Although still good in a police procedural kind of way, it had very little in the Sherlockian kind of way to make it Canonically discussion worthy. Where Brett's habits with the character I think for the most part people assign to Sherlock Holmes, Miller's, although individual, do not stand well enough on their own to afford recognition as Sherlockian. Most of the time in this episode Miller's Sherlockian came off more as a spoiled anti-social individual. Not that Miller played it much different than he has been, it's just that nothing else "Sherlock Holmes" remained in the show.
While Canonically we accept the fact that Watson appeared to be Holmes' only friend, Elementary seems to want to prove that Holmes good have many friends. (However, Canonically, Lestrade, did start stopping by for social calls later in the Canon.)
The part illustrated in the photo above made for a fun exchange in the show.
Still stronger than most episodes last year, but with it's lack of Holmesian habits, I can only fairly give this episode;
On another note; Does Miller's Holmes watching several TV's at one time serve the same purpose as the Canonical Holmes' three pipes?