I was thinking about which Hogwarts house each of the Orphan Black clones would be in, and this is what I came up with.
Sarah: Gryffindor. Just barely, though. She has slytherin tendancies that can’t be ignored.
Cosima: Ravenclaw. Though I think she is brave enough to be a Gryffindor, and loyal enough to be a Hufflepuff.
Alison: Slytherin. She wants a normal life, and will do what she has to do to get it. Whether that means hot glue gunning Donnie, sleeping with her neighbors husband, letting her neighbor die, or helping Donnie hide the body of the guy he killed.
Helena:Hufflepuff. Sarah tried to kill her, and then she saved Sarah’s life. If that’s not loyalty, I don’t know what it. (Though, like Sarah, Helena does have obvious Slytherin tenancies.)
Rachel: Slytherin. Do I even need to explain this one?
I thought it was decent, but they should have had a different DG. Zooey was wrong for the role. A different Azkadelia probably would have been better, too.
Over all I liked it, but there were definitely parts that fell flat. (edit: just to clarify, I am not the original poster.)
I always thought Janet was doing a great job playing this character, but this moment, and when she is in the torture chair, were the first moments where I think I found her scary.
They also make me wonder just what is going on in her head, and if it is even possible for her to go back to anything resembling normal.
Calm down, people. Not trying to bash on Elementary. (Why would I? I didn’t even watch a single second from it. I really don’t have any rights to bash on it BEFORE even watching it.)
I just needed some attention which will increase the possibility of getting my question answered: WHY IS SHERLOCK…
Well, for one thing, just because a couple of characters are female, that doesn’t mean that every character has to be female.
For another, it sucks, but, if Sherlock were female, they would probably risk losing a large part of the male audience. I mean, enough people pitched a fit because Watson was a female. Can you imagine if they did that with Sherlock?
To clarify, I would have no problem if Sherlock was a female (I actually think it would be cool). I just think many other viewers would have a problem. I also don’t think it makes sense to say that he has to be a female just because Watson and Moriarty are.