Friday, January 24, 2014

Our 'Elementary' question of the day. . . .

Since Miller's Holmes has already had to deal with the, it seemed, loss of someone close to him, Irene Adler/Moriarty, if the time comes and there is a 'fall' in 'Elementary' (and I mean other than the ratings), how will the show handle it and how will Holmes expect Watson to handle it? Can we expect him to treat his Watson the same way, that is, to let her think he is dead for a period of time, then coming back.
Will they have to find another way to deal with it, or skip it all together?

What do you think?

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  1. One could say that "Elementary's" Reichenbach Falls was Miller's heroin addiction and subsequent stint in rehab and as such occured before the start of the series. But, as you have so rightly noted in your posts on "Elementary", the showrunners don't feel an obligation to slavishly follow the Canon, but to put their own spin on Doyle's characters and events.

    1. Well, you make a good point, but I am not sure we have seen 'the Fall' yet.
      We are not done with Moriarty yet and neither is Joan.