Driad replied to Rhondinella's topic in Elementary
What did you think of Elementary when it started? I liked the characters, but calling them Holmes and Watson just seemed like a cheap way of getting viewers for a show that differed from canon in several important ways. (Sherlock aired at about the same time.) With time, though, Elementary became one of my favorite shows.
Saber, thank you for my prize, Secret Lives of U.S. Presidents. It just arrived. I look forward to reading it so that next season, when FJ questions are about POTUSes, I can ... well, I can be extra embarrassed if I miss them.
There does not seem to be a forum for "Family Pictures USA" on PBS. I saw and enjoyed the first episode, North Carolina. The host talks with people who show family photos (some quite old), talk about their ancestors, and show where they lived and worked.
Driad replied to ElectricBoogaloo's topic in Elementary
Two opposite poles of magnets (north and south) attract, not repel.
Did anyone else expect that they would do a DNA test to ID Moreland's body, and it wouldn't match Sherlock? Then Sherlock could wonder if the body wasn't Moreland, or if Moreland wasn't his father.
Altamont was an alias that ACD Sherlock Holmes used in "His Last Bow."
Looking back ... why did they call this show Instinct, when it is based on Dylan's knowledge? Also why do they spell INSTINCT with the second N backwards? Sounds as if they are imagining a semiliterate person guessing that what Dylan says is based on instinct, not knowledge.