One of the best bits of recent Holmes-iania came from Pierre Bayard -- "Sherlock Holmes Was Wrong: Reopening the Case of the Hound of the Baskervilles." In another of his books he contends that the murder of Roger Ackroyd was, in fact, committed by the novel's narrator. Both well worth looking into.
Ha! I made that. Thanks for the love.
Think you meant to say, "the viewer is betrayed along with
Holmes Watson, who registers that betrayal."
Otherwise, all too true -- that last episode was mind-numbingly, space-time bendingly idiotic.
Personally, I took my Harvard t-shirt off whenever I left campus simply because of my incredible physique.
I suspect Wyatt needs to spend more time at the Hemenway Gym, and less time hanging out at the Crimson.
Not "...less than halfway..."? Awl Ombud please resolve.
But surely it can't be as nice as Palermo's Ucciardone prison...
"Prisoners' wives, who were refused permission to deliver designer clothes to the 19th-century jail after the introduction of the new rules, said they were furious with the governor."
I am anxious to read the forthcoming denunciations of "Rock a Bye Baby". That shit is scary.