When they interviewed the man, whose presentation was interrupted by the murder victim, the expression on everyone’s face made me laugh. They were skeptical about the teleportation device.
I learn a lot about people’s unusual behaviors and preferences while watching shows like Elementary, Criminal Minds, and CSI. According to this episode, sex dolls have become a billion-dollar industry.
I enjoyed the changes that have taken place in Sherlock’s personality. He was willing to do whatever he could to help Marcus, except groveling. I respect that. He made amends to the professor who had a grievance against him and Bell can now take the course he needs.
The ending was very funny.
I refuse to believe they destroyed Kirk and recreated him every single time.
I didn't see the resemblance between the girl and the doll, but the doll was very pretty. And funny. I liked that prank at the end.
Marcus was much more likeable at the end of the episode than I am used to. Or am I thinking of he other one? No, I think it was the prank.
I do not think Sherlock has a sexual interest in Joan, but he becomes testy when she goes to bed with another man. I snickered at his crack about her having relations once every three years.
When the officer called dispatch to report a murder and said send the bus, I thought it was a prank and he would get in trouble. Then, we saw there were two victims, the headless chicken and headless Gabriel R.
Is the Councilman being too helpful? Yes!
Message written on the bottle of Champerico Rum was “TALK TO FATHER VEGA. HE KNOWS WHO KILLED GABRIEL ROJAS.” Father Vega said whoever threw the bottle thought Champerico killed Gabriel.
Sherlock is often amusing to me. For instance, he casually admitted to Mr. Treadwell that he hacked Morland’s account to set up the meeting. Then, Sherlock casually implied the man was unscrupulous.
The photos held a clue that solved the murder, but an expensive hairpiece defied Sherlock’s skill of observation. Later, a chance encounter late at night revealed the perp without his hairpiece and Sherlock made the connection.
I have always liked and respected Captain Gregson and he made the right call regarding the "creative" detective. She and Sherlock would have been uncontrollable.
I liked Joan being nice to Angelina and presenting her with gifts a new mother would need.
It was very nice to see signs of Sherlock’s friendship with Bell as they left for dinner.
Watson made this suggestion Sherlock might be interested in her date, but he's never been AC/DC.
In one or both episodes Sherlock did something to annoy Watson.
And Watson smiled in Sherlock's presence, again.
I thought the chicken was going to be a prank but that was the case, as it turned out.
They're trying to replace Marcus. I don't like that idea. I said I didn't like him, and yet I do like him when he's working. I was surprised to learn he was supposed to keep Sherlock and Watson in line. When I learned the other detective was "creative", I immediately thought of Sherlock.
Another show where the cops resent having an outsider who is merely a consultant doing their job better than they do is "Monk". Adrian Monk had mental problems so he had to leave the force. When they let him be a cop again he was assigned the most mundane cases, so he went back to being a P.I.
This show is a contender for the Top 10 again but it has to compete with "The Good Doctor" and "The Orville". More on those in the appropriate thread.
I remember a man showed up at Sherlock's house but I don't remember why.
I had to go through my memory bank and I think I recall correctly that the man who came to the house gave Sherlock a witness sketch of the person who orchestrated the scheme to get Sherlock's medical records. Of course, the image was of Michael.
I don't even remember where he got Sherlock's address but there was a reason it shouldn't have been easy.
The man using Sherlock's name was told he was now in trouble for doing certain things, and all because he was using the name of someone who got in trouble a lot. Or am I remembering that wrong?
I forgot to mention this. Iris Hill (the name of one of the girls who had worms named after her) lived two houses away from me. Her husband collected Edsels but I never knew him. His garage is now a storage business, and the people now living in her house have a truck like the one the bounty hunters from Louisiana drove in "MacGyver". She died several years after I moved into the neighborhood. The older couple with the cats moved into her old house (she was living in a newer house when I knew her) before I moved next door, but they had to tear that house down and get a new manufactured house.
On 'Fresh Off the Boat" (this seems like as good a place as any) Jessica was writing a detective novel. Her editor said it wasn't realistic so she went on a ride-along with a cop. The cop was called to a home with a dead body. Jessica threw up and passed out. The coroner showed up and saw her and asked if this was the body.
Post by AntiArbitrator on Aug 27, 2018 16:40:28 GMT -5
You are remembering the episode correctly.
I liked the way Sherlock explained to the man the reason he should get another name. Sherlock could have been harsh, but he seemed to genuinely want the man to succeed. Sherlock is also an immigrant, but I guess he is legal.
Post by AntiArbitrator on Aug 28, 2018 19:29:19 GMT -5
This was good. Sherlock was skeptical that the man could predict people’s death, but he saw a video of one victim dying exactly as predicted. The investigation was going well until Sherlock realized he was a pawn in the perp’s plan. He did get satisfaction later.
I had to laugh when Sherlock presented Joan with his will that looked as if it was more than 500 pages. I finally understand why he has said at various times that he has a lot of money. His investments had grown very well. But now he has given it all away. The upside is his will is a much smaller document.
Sherlock didn't need the job for money, but he did to feel useful. Now I guess he does. I always understood how Sherlock could be rich because his father was. I'm surprised Sherlock kept the brownstone, but in New York City it's hard to find a nice place to live. Or in this case, a big place. It always seems to be falling apart.
The will provided for the bees.
There was some joke when all the gold was brought in.
Post by AntiArbitrator on Sept 4, 2018 9:38:51 GMT -5
The Geek Interpreter
Initially, when I read the title, I thought it said "Greek" instead of "Geek".
Sherlock arranged a surprising wake-up visit for Joan. I thought that was him wearing a weird contraption on his head. Sherlock has unique friends. It was especially funny when Sherlock made hip-thrusting gestures as he told Joan what he was doing with the lady.
I like the investigation being more than a kidnapping.
I loved the expression on Sherlock’s face when Joan told him he was lonely and she felt the same way about his non-relationship with Moriarty as Sherlock felt about his friend. The end scene was intriguing.
I need to pay attention to Watson's expression when she is not talking to Sherlock. When you have mentioned Watson smiled, I never remembered seeing it. I just notice her serious or annoyed expression.