Elementary (season 3)

{5/5} “I feel… okay. I feel clear about something. Our work… what we do… it’s not just a job now. It’s who I am. I’m a detective. I’m ready to embrace that. I live in this world. Your world. And I probably will for the rest of my life.”

Elementary season 3, aired in 2014-15

Watson now does her own investigations, and when Holmes returns from England she gradually forgives him for leaving suddenly. Holmes has a new protege named Kitty. They investigate cases containing a false confession, a severed hand, and missing zebras.  This show continues to be amazing — you can’t always predict what the characters will do. Holmes and Watson continue to be terrific characters, and as we get to know Kitty she becomes an interesting character too.

I previously reviewed season 2.

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