“Elementary” is not often a show that ends with cliffhanger endings, mostly because we are led to believe the majority of the time that Sherlock Holmes is so brilliant, he really does not need more than one episode to figure something out.
However, the upcoming two-part episode is going to be a little different, since we are dealing more here with a ghost from the past rather than someone new surfacing in the present. Specifically, the Kitty Winter character will be figuring out on the fly how to deal with her attacker arriving in New York. She has become so much stronger with the help of Holmes, but are we about to see all of this unravel? This is something that executive producer Rob Doherty addressed in a new interview with Entertainment Weekly, where he had the following message to pass along:
“Kitty began working with Sherlock in response to being victimized, to empower herself … Now that her attacker is in New York, we get to find out if her training is complete. The question of ‘Is she prepared to handle this?’ isn’t just about her skills as an investigator. It’s a question of how she’ll cope with this confrontation, and what that will do to Sherlock and Joan.”
In our head, we do not really picture anything too horrendous happening to the character, and it is for a few reasons. We feel that Joan and Sherlock are far too skilled to let her get hurt, and this is not the sort of show that tonally seems to be out to emotionally devastate us.
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