Elementary (season 4)

{5/5} “No murder should go unsolved and no murderer should walk free. To think otherwise is to descend into a pit of moral relativism.”

Elementary season 4, aired in 2015-16

Sherlock’s father arrives in New York — he says he wants to help Sherlock because of his relapse. Sherlock doesn’t believe him. Meanwhile, Sherlock and Joan investigate cases involving a facial recognition system, a never-released video game from the 1980s, and a hacked car. Meanwhile, Joan discovers that her stepfather has written a book about her and Sherlock.

It’s another terrific season of clues and wit. It’s delightful to watch Sherlock interact with his father.

The season comes to a stunning conclusion.

John Noble joins the cast as Sherlock’s father.

I previously reviewed season 3.

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