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Elementary: Season 2

4.8 out of 5 stars 226 customer reviews

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Return to the scene of the crime in Elementary: The Second Season, with all 24 gripping episodes collected on for the first time on DVD in this 6 disc collection. Jonny Lee Miller returns in this modern-day take on Sherlock Holmes, the dangerously eccentric consulting detective who's addicted to impossible cases. Lucy Liu stars as Dr. Joan Watson, his "sober companion" turned partner in detection. Together, they take on some of the strangest crimes New York has ever seen as they assist the police in uncovering clues that unlock the city's sinister secrets. Only to the very sharpest minds do the incredible solutions seem elementary.

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  • Actors: Jonny Lee Miller, Lucy Liu, Jon Michael Hill, Aidan Quinn
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Color, Subtitled, Widescreen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, Portuguese, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 6
  • Rated:
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  • Studio: Paramount
  • DVD Release Date: August 26, 2014
  • Run Time: 1031 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (226 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00CYQXBSQ
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,203 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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By William Wilson Fisher on February 21, 2014
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This is really an exceptional TV show. You have to accept the premise that here we have Sherlock Holmes in present day New York, accompanied by Dr. (Joan ) Watson , solving mysteries for the NYPD.
The writing is really great and Johnny Lee Miller is outstanding in the role of Sherlock. There's Moriarty and Mrs. Hudson and all of the elements of the Classic story, updated sometimes to an hilarious degree.
Very creative, and you won't be sorry you got it.
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Although the Cumberbatch series gets most of the press and love from fans and such, this is not a series to be missed. True, while it does take a little getting used to as this is a treatment of the Sherlock Holmes formula unlike anything we have every seen, I urge everyone to enter into it with an open mind and be prepared to become hooked. Jonny Lee Miller is a splendid Holmes and the stories are actually pretty good mysteries. I am a die-hard fan of all things Sherlock and came away being very impressed with this series.
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I love anything Sherlock Holmes, and this series is no exception. I was skeptical about an updated approach to the timeless Holmes and Watson team, but this show is top notch.
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I could repeat the review I wrote for Season 1, because what I wrote in that review also stands for Season 2. I can’t recall having ever seen Lucy Liu cast outside the Asian femme-fatale stereotype before, but now I have seen her talent as an actor as I have never seen it before. She takes the dullness out of Watson; lights a flame under him and propels him into orbit a second time.

Whoever thought of the idea of Dr. Watson as a woman—a Chinese-American woman at that—was a genius. And we can’t blame Arthur Conan Doyle for not thinking of this, because in those days women were the property of men equal to a stove or a couch.

In addition, Johnny Lee Miller plays a Sherlock Holmes so extreme and out-of- this-world that he jumps off the screen and into your imagination like crazy glue.

Oh, one last thing, before I allowed myself the pleasure of watching Season 2, I watched Season 1 for the second time. I think that the script writers hit another home run out of the park.

Will they do it again for Season 3? I'll be waiting to find out.
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This modern take on Sherlock Holmes surpassed my expectations. I'm a huge fan of all things Sherlock, but when I read about the concept for the new series I frankly dismissed it out of hand, thinking the whole thing sounded contrived and awful; Holmes in New York? Watson a woman? What the...? Once I gave the show a chance however I was really surprised. The writing is excellent, and the two leads for Holmes and Watson could not be better. Each episode bears repeated viewings, and I'm really excited to watch season two all over again on DVD as soon as it hits the shelves. Buy it, you won't be disappointed!!
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After watching Season one on DVD, I started following Season on TV and online - making a pre-order of the DVD set based on those. I just watched Episode 16 - The One Percent Solution, and I think I may have heard Lucy Liu utter my favorite lines of any show, any time. Without watching the show, this seems wildly out of context: "I don't want to know which cock I'm holding; I just want to know how it got there. (silent pause) Okay, congratulations, you got me to say it."

Character development continues in Season Two - Sherlock continues his fight for sobriety, and his sponsor decides it is time for Sherlock to become a sponsor; he discovers what a royal pain it is to be a sponsor and learns more about himself in the process. The cases continue to come; the police continue to be unable to solve most of them, at least correctly, and Sherlock or Watson have to step in. But the show is still less about clever plot gimmicks, or Sherlock showing off (although he still does so) and more about the interplay between the characters. I found this to be a thoroughly enjoyable series.
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I watch little broadcast TV but this show hooked me the first time it came on. Johnny Lee Miller and Lucy Liu work so well together. And if you like to watch PI stories this one shines
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This is another low quality, terribly bland, colorless, lifeless, dull, drab, fuzzy, sham of a release from CBS. The original airing was in 1080p and, if that is how you saw it originally, this will offend you. It is, in a word, unwatchable. They have released a 480p monstrosity and have no plans for blu-ray release.

Once again, as in the first season release, Watson's skin isn't even the same color as it was in 1080. That is how much they've altered the image by removing so much detail. In the DVD release, it seems almost as though they are trying to remove her ethnicity (which would be insane because that is such a wonderful part of the show and also a part of what makes her character so interesting and so much more unique than the cookie cutter women we're saddled with on most CBS dramas). The sofa is pale and lifeless (the dark yet bright burgundy sofa). His books are all the same color. His stubbly beard disappears from entire episodes.

I'm sorry to say it but I've decided to stop watching it entirely. I have to. Every time i see it, I feel like CBS is just slapping me in the face, once again, with their lack of consideration for all of us fans who fall in love with shows and watch them a dozen times, over and over, because we love them so much. How can I watch it a dozen times when it looks like someone pulled the transfer off an old VHS and stuck it on a dvd? Shame CBS. Shame.
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