CBS gave the coveted post-Super Bowl spot to their top-rated freshmen series. Thus, it's anticipated that "Elementary" will get its biggest audience yet for an episode that saw a piece from Sherlock Holmes' past follow him to New York City in the form of FBI profiler Kathryn Drummond.
One of the reasons he resented Drummond was because she was actually quite good at her job. Specifically, she wrote an article about him -- without specifying who he was -- and accurately predicted that he would fall into addiction. She also predicted a rather miserable and lonely end for him, which apparently haunted him to this day.
Watson thought Holmes put too much stock in Drummond's words. "You got clean. You picked up your career right where you left off. And you even made a friend, something that Kathryn claimed, in her article, was virtually impossible," she told him, adding, »
- The Huffington Post
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