Post by AntiArbitrator on Oct 11, 2013 17:30:17 GMT -5
We Are Everyone
S02, E03(First Aired: October 10, 2013)
Holmes and Watson search for a civil contractor who leaked classified information, but their lives are disrupted by a group of cyberactivists determined to protect the contractor; Joan signs up for an online dating service.
Cast: Jonny Lee Miller, Lucy Liu, Aidan Quinn, Jon Michael Hill
Guests: Susan Pourfar, Christian Campbell, Ronald Guttman, Laura Osnes, Peter McRobbie, Adeel Ahmed, Joe Cassidy, Scott Whitehurst, Juan Carlos Infante, Anthony Fazio, Chester Jones III, Jeff Heinz, Darragh O'Connor
Post by AntiArbitrator on Oct 11, 2013 17:49:02 GMT -5
Today, I saw on the news that the WikiLeak guy was given an award by other whistle blowers and he looked happy.
I thought about him while I watched this episode and wondered whether or not Sherlock and Joan would protect the contractor.
It is scary that so many people know how to access private computers and cause harm to others. The hackers smeared Joan's name on the Internet and created a lot of mischief.
When the man came to the door and asked for Joan, I was concerned that he might actually be one of the hackers. I still think she should not have gone out with him because it seemed too dangerous. Sicko wackos are as handsome as anyone else so we cannot tell by looking at the person.
The most surprising scene was the end scene when Sherlock was reading a very personal letter from Moriarty. When she used the term "in this gray place", I realized she was writing from prison.
Sherlock does not want Joan to go out on dates, and I think her presence is good for him.