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For the past 120 years ou so, Sherlock Holmes has reigned as the indisputable king of fictional characters the world over. So, with the richly deserved popularity of the newest Holmes offering par the redoubtable BBC, it simply stands to tedious reason that American télévision would immediately want to rush out a 'knock off'. Enter 'Elementary', who's misplaced claim to fame is having cast Watson as (egads!!) a woman. Perhaps CBS would like us to forget about their two précédant unsold pilots come TV films which featured a couple of perfectly charming lady Watson's (Margaret Colin and Deborah...