Elementary (2012– )
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The Diabolical Kind 

Holmes and Watson come face to face with Moriarty when their one-time adversary is brought in as a consultant on a kidnapping case. Meanwhile, Detective Bell continues his struggle on the ... See full summary »

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Detective Marcus Bell
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Allison Fuller
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Holmes and Watson come face to face with Moriarty when their one-time adversary is brought in as a consultant on a kidnapping case. Meanwhile, Detective Bell continues his struggle on the road to recovery. Natalie Dormer Returns as Moriarty. Written by Anonymous

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Crime | Drama | Mystery

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[Moriarty is lying on the floor, bleeding from a gunshot wound]
Jamie Moriarty: Your letters have meant a great deal to me. I find them influencing my decisions in the most surprising ways.
Sherlock Holmes: You could have killed Agent Mattoo. And from your perspective, it would have been the expedient thing.
Jamie Moriarty: And yet, to you, it would have been repugnant. Tell me, is that how you learned to be one of them? By learning to care how your actions seemed in the eyes of another?
Sherlock Holmes: ...I'm not sure I am one of them.
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extraordinary television..
13 March 2016 | by See all my reviews

Possibly one of the best hours I have ever seen.

The achievements are extraordinary.

Take a show which is ALREADY a worldwide hit and within the context of that hit, create a brand new character that is a clever riff off an existing character.

Make that character a woman and have the talented Natalie Dormer deliver the character.

So at the end of the day you have taken one of the greatest conflicts of all time, in the history of literature, and turned it into one of the greatest love stories of all time.

I suggest that even Abrams or Moffat would have trouble with this one.

And here they did not merely bring back the character (as in a walk-on) but created a story that added new dimensions to both the character and the relationship.

And made the episode so entertaining that even someone who had missed the first Dormer episode would be caught up.

Brilliant. Bloody brilliant.


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