This week, after watching Season 1 Episode 20 of Elementary, Dead Man's Switch, Val and Alec stab in the dark at some truths of the universe. What would a hypothetical bell sound like? What is the difference between concrete and cement? What kind of chip could you eat if it was a year old? That last one was submitted to us by a listener and we do answer it pretty well. We're about as good at knowing things as Johnny Lee Miller is at doing an American accent, which is to say it comes and goes.
Oops, kind of a late upload this week, sorry about that! After featuring in last week's episode, Balto has become a bit addicted to the fame and could not help himself but join this week as well. He has some fun facts to tell us about the newest member of the Elementary cast of characters, Ms. Hudson! This week we watched season 1 episode 19 of Elementary, Snow Angels. This leads us to muse about such topics as old-timey rhino snowplows, Val's status as an overalls guy and wig freak, and the latest gadget: the iPhone 4. Join our discord!
This week, Val and Alec watched Season 1 Episode 18 of Elementary, Déjà Vu All Over Again. Also, they watched Season 1 Episode 18 of Elementary, Déjà Vu All Over Again. This episode features a fiddler, a push-ee, a suspiciously eyebrowless husband, and a few different kinds of trunk. If this all sounds familiar, you may be suffering from déjà vu's lesser known cousin, déjà who. Join our discord!
This episode, Balto finally speaks his mind! He's not just a background character of LMNOP, he has things to say, and this week he says them. We watched Elementareep Season 1 Episode 17, Possibility Two. Joan has finally started to embrace the detective life, and Sherlock has plenty of Holmeswork to help her learn more. She's reading, she's learning single stick, she's... taking his sweaters to the dry cleaner? It's all part of learning to be a detective. Alec and Val took any and every opportunity to sing and be stupid this week, and we introduced some new faces to…
This week, we watched Season 1 Episode 16, Details. Joan makes a big step this week, no thanks to Sherlock's gorilla tactics and granny shots. And don't get any funny ideas about what a granny shot is, it's a normal term. Alec and Val also do some OTGW-style singing, and debate about who's the sexiest Holmes and Watson. Is Lucy Liu foxy? Listen in to find out!
Maybe Sherlock with it, maybe it's Maybelline! This week we watched Season 1 Episode 15, A Giant Gun Filled With Drugs. Someone's been taken, like in the movie Taken, so a bad influence pops back into Sherlock's life even though Joan might want him to ge' ou' of her swump. (This episode of Elementary had a character with a Scottish accent in it, so we attempt to emulate it, to great success.) Join our Discord!
This week your hosts Val and Alec have watched Season 1 Episode 14 of Elementary, The Deductionist. More like, the duck shinist. Joan and Sherlock have a lot to contend with this week, like serial killers and eVeN wOrSe, pornography. We provide Balto the dog with some mixed messages while we discuss profilers, single stick, and anti-kidney beans.
Was the moon landing real? Val and Alec aren't sure. This week, we watched Season 1 Episode 13 of Elementary, The Red Team. Or maybe that's just what NASA wants you to believe... Pour yourself a nice bub of tea, and come listen as we discuss conspiracy theories, tortoises, and doing a tight fifteen at your therapist's office. Join our discord!
Val and Alec, or shall we say V and A, discuss season 1 episode 12 of Elementary, "M." This episode, Sherlock and Joan are soon to part ways. Or are they...???? Val and Alec discuss Ms.Monopoly, futbol, craft nights, and adding "details" to your "backdoor." As usual, Balto the dog can't help but join in. Join our discord!
We're back, coming to you LIVE (pre-recorded) from our new studio! This week we watched Season 1 Episode 11, Dirty Laundry. Like that Spin Doctors song! And, there's a pen. Outfit watch is in high gear this week, as we tip, blip, and make Russian puns. We also do some very bad Russian accents, so to all the people who know what they're supposed to sound like, we apologize.