Friday, November 23, 2018

One Sentence Review: Elementary

Hello Fellow Television Watchers (and Readers!),

T.V. reviews are something that I have been wanting to do for a while now, but I didn't want to go into too much detail, unlike books. Mostly because I just don't have the mental capacity to really focus all that attention. Unlike when I read, when I watch t.v. I am not trying to spend too much time reading into the things. I just want to be entertained...So I decided to do one sentence reviews, mostly to be able to share with you, and challenge myself on just putting one sentence.

I've wanted to watch Elementary for a while now, and so I thought this is as good as any to start. 

Sherlock Holmes (Jonny Lee Miller) is a recovering addict who meets Joan Watson (Lucy Lui) as his 'sober companion'. Initially their relationship is strictly professional, and somewhat frosty, but they grow to understand and work with one another, eventually forming a friendship and partnership. Together they assist Captain Gregson and Detective Bell of the NYPD, where Holmes' observational abilities and deductive talent unravel a series of complicated cases.
Alongside his police work, Sherlock struggles with a past he left behind in London involving an ex-girlfriend Irene Adler, a 'nemesis' in Moriarty, and an absent father. - Taken from IMDB

These are my One Sentence Reviews for the first 5 episodes (Spoilers, Maybe?):

101 - PilotThat is a weird way to commit murder, but okay I guess…
Sidenote: Latino Detective, yay I hope they don’t do you dirty bro!

102 - While You Were Sleeping
It's all in the title
Sidenote: Dude where is my bro, Detective Abreu
Sidenote 2: I liked the movie with Sandra Bullock, anyone remember it?

103 - Child Predator
Or is it Predator Child?

104 - Rat Race
One Word: Ambition

105 - Lesser Evils
Friend or Doctor, you cannot be both
Sidenote: Like was it necessary to delete the pictures?

Let me know if this is something I should continue or if I'm lame

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