• ross1948 19:59 on June 28, 2021 Permalink Reply
    Tags: Elementary! Good TV detective drama, , Jonny Lee Harding, Lucy Liu, Sherlock Holmes Doctor Watson   

    A Foxy Dr. Watson? Elementary!

    Having poured scorn and a measure of vitriol on recent Fox fiction tv menu, again and again….

     Smear Machine Turns Its Grubby Guns On ICE! 

    Foul Fox Again! Fake History

     Channel’s Lefty Lesby Soap – Anti-Deportation Drivel! 

    Fox Channel’s Klutz ‘Comedy’ – Anti-ICE, Pro-Crimmigrant ! 

    .. . it’s only fair to compliment the people behind ‘Elementary! ‘


    It’s a modern-day version of Conan Doyle’s work, a properly English Sherlock (Jonny Lee Miller) in NYC, but with a delicious Chinese-American Dr. Watson (Lucy Liu)


    Sherlock and Dr. Joan Watson?!?

    Their allies in NYPD are a white senior detective and his black colleague.

    A malevolent leftist could turn this cast into a bad dream of racial propaganda, like the now totally left-infested ‘NCIS New Orleans… ‘

    Mussolini Prowling New Orleans? More Foul Fox Leftery

    …or the BLM brainwash show called SWAT…

    More Fox Folly – Stopping Illegals = Hate? .

    ….but instead every weekday has a new adventure, crime-fighting, all four good people, presented with intelligence and humanity – and rarely without a welcome touch of humour

    They have their differences, but there’s no built-in chip on any shoulder, no whining diversity hogwash.

    Why can’t we have more like this?

    PS – It’s much better than that ‘Sherlock’ series I have seen on a friend’s Netflix, spoiled by the hero portrayed as a non-stop snarky git by that actor whose name I always forget, Burberic Cucumber or some such.


    • Kemangeroo 21:05 on June 28, 2021 Permalink | Reply

      Yes, it is much better than the Netflix Sherlock.
      WFH means I never miss it.

      Liked by 1 person


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