Sherlock Holmes

  • Title: Elementary – T-Bone and the Iceman
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Elementary - T-Bone and the Iceman

A bizarre murder after a hit-and-run sends Sherlock Holmes (Jonny Lee Miller) and Watson (Lucy Liu) after a murderer responsible for a freeze-dried victim, the discovery of a theft of highly-controlled cooling gas, and leads them to a fly-by-night cryonics facility. Given the sketch artist’s drawing of the most likely suspect in both the theft and murder turns out to be the most unlikeliest of suspects the detectives have their hands full in discerning the truth of what is actually going on.

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Elementary – For All You Know

by Alan Rapp on March 9, 2015

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  • Title: Elementary – For All You Know
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You do not know him! You never met him!

Elementary - For All You Know

Things get personal for Sherlock Holmes (Jonny Lee Miller) when he becomes the prime suspect in a three-year-old murder which occurred during the hazy day of heavy heroin use make everyone except Watson (Lucy Liu) question whether or not the detective might be responsible. As Watson begins an investigation into the murder Holmes seeks out an old associate (Michael Weston) and is visited by the dead woman’s family who, based on what the police have told them, hold Sherlock responsible for the crime and take it upon themselves to offer some violent retribution.

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Elementary – When Your Number’s Up

by Alan Rapp on February 22, 2015

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  • Title: Elementary – When Your Number’s Up
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Elementary - When Your Number's Up

Watson‘s (Lucy Liu) return to the brownstone isn’t without a few issues as Joan can’t help but notice Sherlock Holmes‘ (Jonny Lee Miller) oddly considerate behavior to make his partner feel more at home all the while protecting her against what he fears may be a rash reaction to Andrew’s murder. As the pair stumble along their reunion under a single roof the detectives are brought into the case of multiple murders all tying back to those who would have received compensation from a pending wrongful death case and whose killer (Alicia Witt) has left a sum of money they believe each victim’s life is worth.

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Elementary – The Female of the Species

by Alan Rapp on February 16, 2015

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  • Title: Elementary – The Female of the Species
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Elementary - The Female of the Species

With Kitty (Ophelia Lovibond) out of the country and Watson (Lucy Liu) mourning the murder of Andrew she knows, but cannot prove, was ordered by Elana March (Gina Gershon) from the prison cell where Watson put her, Sherlock Holmes (Jonny Lee Miller) elicits the help of Marcus Bell (Jon Michael Hill) for his latest case involving the theft of a pair of pregnant zebras from the local zoo. Their investigation will lead to the discovery of an extinct quagga bred from one of the zebras which would catch quite a price on the black market.

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Elementary – Hemlock

by Alan Rapp on February 8, 2015

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  • Title: Elementary – Hemlock
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Elementary - Hemlock

As a frustrated Watson (Lucy Liu) comes to the conclusion that Sherlock Holmes (Jonny Lee Miller) may have been right about her love life, the two detectives accept a new case involving a former lawyer who had become a debt collector after being fired from his firm. With a suspect pool that includes thousands of angry potential murderers all drowning in debt, Holmes and Watson begin searching for a needle in a haystack beginning (and ending) back at the lawyer’s former firm.

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Elementary – The One that Got Away

by Alan Rapp on January 31, 2015

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  • Title: Elementary – The One that Got Away
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Elementary - The One that Got Away

Although Kitty‘s (Ophelia Lovibond) attacker stands revealed there is little to evidence other than her word to tie the man (Stuart Townsend) to a series of kidnappings, tortures, and murders of young women in both New York and London. It doesn’t help that Gruner expertly plans Watson (Lucy Liu) and the NYPD by firing his new investigator before he is questioned by the police making it appear, at least from the outside, as if the accusation is nothing but a slanderous reprisal. Returning to the themes of vengeance used in the First Season episode “M,” “The One that Got Away” bring Kitty face-to-face with her abuser offering her the same opportunity that Sherlock Holmes (Jonny Lee Miller) ultimately walked away from.

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Elementary – The Illustrious Client

by Alan Rapp on January 24, 2015

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  • Title: Elementary – The Illustrious Client
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Elementary - The Illustrious Client

Since her introduction as Sherlock Holmes‘ (Jonny Lee Miller) new protege in the Third Season premiere we’ve been left to wonder the exact nature of the traumatic events which caused Kitty (Ophelia Lovibond) to meet the famous detective in London and convince him to take the smart but troubled young woman under his wing. After being teased with offhand remarks and brief mentions about her assault and kidnapping the other shoe finally drops when the body of a new victim shows up in New York with the same distinct scars Kitty still carries on her back.

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Elementary – Seed Money

by Alan Rapp on January 18, 2015

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  • Title: Elementary – Seed Money
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Elementary - Seed Money

While learning Watson (Lucy Liu) is taking a job as an investigator for an insurance company and while contemplating promoting Kitty (Ophelia Lovibond) from protege to his new partner, Holmes and friends investigate the murder of a highly-skilled bioengineer whose talents ran from cloning a near-extinct flower and supplying a local gang with marijuana.

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Elementary – The Eternity Injection

by Alan Rapp on January 11, 2015

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  • Title: Elementary – The Eternity Injection
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Elementary - The Eternity Injection

While looking into the disappearance of an old acquaintance of Watson (Lucy Liu), Sherlock Holmes (Jonny Lee Miller) uncovers other victims killed due to their involvement in an illegal drug trial. Piecing together the clues from the nurse’s notes and the victims’ brain damage, Holmes and Watson work backward to find the man (Dakin Matthews) responsible for the trial and the murders needed to cover up his attempt to stave off his impending death a bit longer.

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Elementary – End of Watch

by Alan Rapp on December 22, 2014

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  • Title: Elementary – End of Watch
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Elementary - End of Watch

The murder of a police officer brings all of the department’s resources to bear including Sherlock Holmes (Jonny Lee Miller), Watson (Lucy Liu), and Kitty (Ophelia Lovibond) who uncover some unsettling news about the victim’s drug habit and the lengths he took to try and pay for it. When a second patrolmen is killed soon after, with no ties to the now disgraced first victim, Holmes and his team work to find a connection and uncover what is really going on.

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