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Der ehemalige Scotland-Yard-Kommissar Sherlock Holmes arbeitet als Ermittler für die New Yorker Polizei. Damit er seinen Drogenentzug durchhält, zwingt ihm sein Vater eine Begleiterin auf. Die frühere Chirurgin Joan Watson soll auf ihn aufpassen. Besetzung, Charaktere, Schauspieler & Crew der TV-Serie: Aidan Quinn · Jonny Lee Miller · Lucy Liu · Jon Michael Hill · Jordan Gelber · John Noble · Roger . Elementary ist eine US-amerikanische Krimiserie von Robert Doherty mit Jonny Lee Miller und Elementary/Cast, limapaskennel.se; ↑ Elementary. In: limapaskennel.se. Lösen Kriminalfälle auf höchst eigenwillige Weise: Sherlock Holmes (Jonny Lee Miller, l.) und Joan Watson (Lucy Liu, r.). Elementary Schauspieler, Cast & Crew. Liste der Besetung: Jonny Lee Miller, Lucy Liu, Aidan Quinn u.v.m.
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Joan is deeply saddened, while Mycroft emotionally apologizes to an unmoved Sherlock. While Joan makes plans to move into a new apartment, Sherlock visits MI6 to tell them he is willing to enlist in the organization.
Six months after Joan has moved out, she is running her own investigation firm and helps bust female drug kingpin Elana March Gina Gershon.
Two months later, the case has gone stagnant and the key witness in the prosecution of the kingpin is murdered in a secure hotel elevator.
Joan realizes Kitty works with Sherlock after defeating her in a singlestick confrontation. The three must find a way to get along and work together while finding the murderer, a skilled hitman Brennan Brown.
Sherlock solves the 'locked room' mystery of the elevator - the murderer moved the bullets using a heavy powerful magnet - while Joan realises the murderer hid the disassembled magnet in his shower seat and removed it once police had left the hotel.
Fingerprints inside the rubber gloves used to handle the magnet catch the murderer. A double murder appears to be revenge for the deaths of children poisoned by toy beads made with GHB.
The father of one of the children confesses, but Sherlock deduces that the confession is false. Evidence against the maker of the beads has gone missing, which complicates understanding of the motivation for the crime.
Kitty feels sidelined watching Sherlock and Joan unravel the mystery. Mathematician Harlan Emple Rich Sommer , " Solve for X " comes across a dead body packed in mothballs while participating in a "math hunt", a number game with a puzzle involving Belphegor's prime.
When another body is found, it is believed that the game is intended to be a death trap for mathematicians or, as it turns out, one mathematician in particular.
Meanwhile, Joan tries to convince Kitty, who was a rape victim, to join a support group. Sherlock solves the theft case, but then Borstein dies from a fatal epileptic seizure , seemingly caused by Bella.
Meanwhile, Joan's boyfriend Andrew receives a job offer that would take him to Copenhagen , and Joan wonders if Sherlock is responsible for it.
Joan is in Denmark and does not appear. The body had caught onto the car when it was towed to an impound lot. He has his unknown attacker's DNA under his fingernails.
He owned a Postal Unlimited store nearby. The store's only employee, Amit Hattengatti, has an alibi. Sherlock finds a hidden safe containing Moshe's ledger in Hebrew and code.
From shipping manifests and cloth the safe was lined with, Sherlock deduces Moshe was a diamond smuggler. Robbery is ruled out as a policeman finds Moshe's briefcase with attached handcuff full of diamonds in a dumpster.
Sherlock proves that a strong man can rip someone's hand off if they break the wrist first. They match the DNA found under Moshe's fingernails.
Kazmir confesses to the murder. The trail to the man who hired Kazmir as hit-man seems to point to Leonard Oosthuizen. Sherlock realises Leonard is a fall-guy, and that Amit was actually Moshe's smuggling partner, who wanted Moshe's share.
He had plotted with Kazmir and Kazmir's corrupt lawyer to make it look like he was a murder target to deflect suspicion. Amit went to the same gym as Kazmir.
Kazmir, doomed to jail anyway, lied in return for a payout for his family. Told that if he confesses before Kazmir's lawyer does he will get a deal, Amit names his diamond supplier.
And tensions are high between Gregson and his police officer daughter Hannah as he had punched a male officer who had hit her.
Shortly after coming to the scene of a cartographic murder, Sherlock, Joan and Kitty uncover a plot to misconstrue border lines that affect the viability of a billion-dollar casino, envisioned by billionaire real estate mogul William Hull Skipp Sudduth.
Meanwhile, Joan is troubled by Sherlock's meddling with Kitty's growing personal life. Joan's new client who wants to find out about her sister, Jessica Holder, who disappeared 5 years ago, taken by a serial killer as the smell of nutmeg was present at the site of Jessica's murder and that of others.
On seeing the police profile Sherlock knows the serial killer does not exist. A mysterious apartment key of Jessica's leads to Noah Kramer, a married lawyer she was having an affair with.
Kramer told Jessica that his client, Raymond Carpenter, was guilty of several murders and she was going to tell the police.
Sherlock and Joan meet with Raymond Carpenter in Sing Sing, where Carpenter admits Kramer told him about Jessica and he outsourced her murder, but the killer is now dead.
They find a new crime scene with the scent of nutmeg, and Sherlock's 'irregular' assistant "The Nose" detects sodium hydroxide.
They deduce the murders are separate but connected by the same Cleaner being employed to dissolve the bodies, who masked the strong odours with nutmeg.
At Spaulding Technical Institute, which offers certification in cleaning up crime scenes, Sherlock queries a lurid mural featuring nutmeg.
The mural's artist, Conrad Woodbine, is the Cleaner but he refuses to identify any of his clients and is himself murdered and cleaned.
Kitty notices a picture of Raymond Carpenter which includes the superintendent from Woodbine's apartment.
Joan and Sherlock meet with Carpenter again. His youngest son was Woodbine's apprentice and apartment superintendent, and killed him on his father's orders.
They tell Carpenter if he calls his son and tells him to work with the police they will make sure he is put in a safer prison, and Carpenter agrees.
Sherlock, Joan and Kitty investigate the murder of Flynn, a Highway Patrol officer, whose sidearm had been replaced with an airsoft gun. Flynn was a drug addict and bought lots of airsoft guns, not just the one he himself wore, and swapped them for real guns from the police's Rodman's Neck Armory which he sold to fund his addiction.
His ultimate supplier, Buros, a wanted arms dealer , prized the military grade police weapons and already had buyers lined up but Flynn, now clean, refused to obtain more for him.
Buros killed Flynn as he would be given an inspector's funeral attended by thousands of police officers, leaving the Armory poorly guarded, but Flynn's crimes came to light and his special funeral was cancelled.
So Buros killed another officer to cause another such funeral. He successfully heists the weapons. Watson identifies the white fibres he left at both murder scenes as upholstery fibres - Buros plans to ship the weapons hidden inside furniture.
He is arrested after his cargo shipment is traced. Meanwhile, Sherlock finds the person posting his personal statements made in sobriety meetings on a recovery blog, and insists they take the blog down as anonymity is vital for the success of the meetings.
When a nurse Joan used to work with asks for her help in finding their missing acquaintance, the woman's trail leads Sherlock and Joan to discover an ongoing illegal drug trial of a time-dilating substance known as EZM Five test subjects were injected with varying dosages.
The higher the dose the madder they went under the influence, one killed the missing acquaintance who was the nurse who administered the drug and they die or, like the nurse, are found murdered.
But Sherlock traces the sponsor - James Connaughton, whose past charity fund had given a youthful Kirk a leg-up and gave his aunt a stipend to help raise him.
When Connaughton learned he was dying he approached Kirk who, owing him for help in his youth, agreed to develop a "pharmaceutical fountain of youth" so that its time-dilating properties would make his last days feel like years, and he ordered the trial's participants executed to cover it up but Connaughton refuses to confess or co-operate.
Sherlock and Watson appeal instead to his new nurse, Brett Won. Shown photos of the dead victims and asked to give their families closure, Won is able to connect Connaughton directly with Purgatorium and with the two hitmen he employed to murder the test subjects.
But when Sherlock revisits Connaughton, he finds the man has effectively committed suicide by injecting himself with EZM to "extend" his period of freedom before arrest, and the drug will destroy his brain and kill him.
An elderly couple both died in bed at the same time. Sherlock says they are a casualty of another crime committed elsewhere in the building.
Someone burned rubber in the basement, which emitted a toxic gas. Sherlock finds a burned body with a tire around his neck. Clay Dubrovensky was the second floor tenant who worked for the SDS Cartel, growing marijuana for them.
The marijuana plants are dying, which Watson and Sherlock find strange. If the cartel had killed Clay, they would have taken care of the plants as well.
Sherlock discovers a rare orchid in the greenhouse. Sherlock thinks that Clay may have bought and sold the flower in an auction.
She bought the orchid from Clay and Sherlock accuses her of killing him when he did not give it to her.
She shows them her plant. Sherlock examines both plants and realizes Clay cloned the orchid. There are two more murders by a burning tire necklace, including one right in front of AgriNext.
Sherlock notes the rope was different from the rope used in Clay's murder. They speak again with Barbara Conway.
He denies killing Clay. Joan meets with Clay's ex-girlfriend. She needed to get plant food from his apartment.
He apparently gave all of his girlfriends a special plant. Barbara Conway meets with Joan. She starts in about who might have killed Clay and Joan interrupts her, telling her that she knows that she killed Clay because he was seeing his ex-girlfriend again.
Sherlock and Joan delve into the background of the murdered woman Sherlock was alerted to, at the end of the previous episode, whose premortem injuries resemble Kitty's conditions during captivity.
Simon is found to be a working for a brothel that kidnaps illegal immigrants, and inspection of his property yields the discovery of the body of one of the brothel's suppliers, among numerous women.
The detectives suspect Simon was injured during the confrontation and went to his sister Violet Tammy Blanchard for medical assistance.
However, the bartender's house where Simon's boat is being kept is found scorched with Simon's body inside. At the morgue, Kitty inspects the body and learns that Simon was not her rapist, as she had broken her captor's fingers in her escape, and Simon's fingers are intact.
Later, Joan, who has successfully settled into her new job at the insurance firm, makes a call to her new boss, Del Gruner Stuart Townsend.
Kitty, overhearing the conversation, becomes distraught when she recognizes Gruner's voice and names him as her rapist.
All parties' suspicions are aroused when Del Gruner abruptly fires Joan from her job. His questioning at the NYPD proves unsuccessful, so Sherlock begins exploring the backgrounds of various kidnapped women subject to Gruner's modus operandi.
They track down a woman named Tabitha Laird, a coworker of Gruner's at a charity he donates to. After Joan suspects a deeper connection between Gruner and Laird, Sherlock learns that Laird's adoptive son is in fact the biological child of Gruner and one of his rape victims on Sherlock's list.
She prepares to kill him and dissolve his body using a recreation of the nutmeg concoction featured in "The Adventure of the Nutmeg Concoction", but Sherlock arrives; however, rather than talking her out of killing Gruner, he compares her situation with his and tells her that she will always be his friend.
Kitty becomes emotional and relents from killing Gruner, but instead burns his face off using the concoction and leaves him to be found by the NYPD.
She later leaves for an unknown location. Throughout the episodes, flashbacks chronicle the origin of Sherlock and Kitty's partnership in London eight months ago.
When a debt collector is murdered, Sherlock and Joan try to narrow down the pool of suspects from thousands of consumers who owed the victim money.
Meanwhile, Joan's romantic relationship with Andrew progresses when he asks her to meet his father for the first time.
As Joan mourns Andrew's death, Sherlock enlists Detective Bell, who is on his day off, to help him find two missing zebras A trademarked color provides the first clue that leads to the thief, an employee of the zoo.
After Sherlock tells her that there was little chance to trace the murder back to Moriarty, Joan tells Sherlock that she wants to move back into the brownstone.
Sherlock and Joan investigate a series of murders in which the killer leaves envelopes of cash on the victims equating to their "worth".
The probe leads the two to investigate an airline crash which killed over 80 people and the amount that each, depending on their "worth", would receive as wrongful death compensation.
Sherlock and Joan realise that the killer is plotting to have the airline switch their method of calculation to making the same payment to every bereaved next of kin - a switch that seemingly is a disadvantage.
Meanwhile, Joan moves into the basement at the brownstone, and seals the interior door so that in future she will have a physically separate space but still be able to work closely with Sherlock.
Her body has only just been found. They suspect Sherlock killed her as he wrote a signed note found in her purse, giving his address and a meeting time.
The detectives disbelieve Sherlock when he says he does not know her. He was on prolific drug use then, which caused blackouts and memory loss.
Maria worked at her church's soup kitchen and as a cleaner at the offices of Councilman Robert Barclay. Sherlock consults Oscar Rankin, a junkie often at the brownstone then.
Oscar knew Maria as he attended the soup kitchen and had boasted of knowing Sherlock Holmes the great detective. Maria arranged a meeting with Sherlock and brought a bag containing bloodied clothes belonging to Barclay, wanting Sherlock to find out whom he had killed, for she had seen him remove the clothes, bag them, and put the bag in a dumpster, and she had retrieved the bag.
Barclay had been having an affair with Kelsey Prior, the wife of a friend, but when she tried to end it he stabbed her, staging it as a robbery gone wrong, and bloodying his clothes especially his shirt.
Barclay tried to retrieve the bag, it was missing, and knew Maria had taken it. He lured her from Frobisher Motel in Bayside where Sherlock often put witnesses whose lives were in danger.
Barclay killed Maria and hid her body, and Sherlock, high on drugs, forgot about her. Oscar mistook the clothes for Sherlock's, assumed he wore them when he disappeared Maria while high on heroin.
Oscar kept the bag in case he needed leverage against Sherlock one day, and fearing police would think he was an accomplice.
Sherlock recognises the shirt style as one seen being worn by Barclay in a wall photo. Traces of the killer's blood found at Prior's murder which will be checked against Barclay's.
Later, Bynum and Matthew Hatano admit they lied at Barclay's behest, and Barclay confesses to both murders. Freed, Sherlock encourages Oscar to quit heroin but speaks harshly.
He gives Oscar a paid reservation at Hemdale drug rehabilitation centre as he feels somewhat responsible for Oscar's condition.
Oscar's sequel to this story is the Season finale "A Controlled Descent". Sherlock and Joan work on the case of a young woman who has been killed and then mummified by refrigerant.
Their investigation leads them to a cryogenic facility where the frozen corpse of another murder victim went missing.
Meanwhile, Joan is facing problems in her family life. Galen Barrow, a driver for a ridesharing company called Zooss Zeus , is deliberately run over and killed by a city cab.
It was staged to look like professional rivalry. Barrow was an internet journalist and had begun working for Zooss recently. Gordon Meadows, a registered sex offender , admits he killed Barrow but was blackmailed after he broke his parole.
Texted instructions told him to buy a retired city cab, said when, where and how to kill Barrow. Barrow's internet journalism employer, Lydia Guerrero, was having an affair with Barrow and was being blackmailed by an anonymous texter.
Against her protest, Barrow insisted on hunting the blackmailer. She and Meadows have the Zooss app installed on their phones.
Mahra Kemp tells police her brother Patrick worked for Zooss until he was killed in a mugging a month earlier, and Barrow interviewed Mahra after Patrick's death - she suspects Barrow's death is connected.
Sherlock examines Patrick's home, sees he was a sports gambler, and realises he was the blackmailer at Zooss. Sherlock reviews all Olympus data from the past week.
Falchek is arrested: he had cut off Patrick's access to Olympus months before on discovering he was blackmailing users, not to protect Zooss or its users but to avoid drawing attention to his own crime, as Falchek was using Olympus to stalk Felice Armistead and broke into her home where she surprised him and he broke her cheekbone.
Armistead will easily identify him. Meanwhile, Holmes is disconcerted when an Irregular makes an unusual request: "She's asked for a donation to her uterus.
Sherlock is visited by a member of Everyone, the internet activist hacker group. The visitor, username Sucking Chest Wound, explains there is civil war in the group: his faction versus prominent username Species.
Then Errol White aka Species is found killed by a now-missing short samurai sword. Chest Wound's hair is found under the body, White's blood is found in his car trunk.
He is arrested - real name Petros Franken. Rachel, his alibi, denies she was with Franken but later admits she lied. Sherlock reckons Franken is being framed and asks who benefits from White's death.
Franken says White boasted to Everyone's 'inner sanctum' about a stash of data worth millions. Cabel Hill admits he stole the stash, but weeks before White's murder.
He says the stash also contains every hack by White. From the stash Sherlock identifies Species by message style 'fist'.
But there are two fists as Species was two people, a secret arrangement that allowed Species to be online longer.
The surviving half of Species has a separate persona, username Tessee. Tessee killed White when he rejected Tessee's Operation Right Nut - the hack of a right-wing think tank called the Atherton Foundation.
Tessee is traced as being Bradley Dietz. Sherlock reckons that, oddly, Branch wants Everyone to hack Atherton and, through a forensic accountant, finds that Atherton coordinates FBI and Homeland Security investigations with the internal security departments of major U.
If Everyone hacks Atherton the group's members would be arrested for treason and Branch would gain rapid promotion. Sherlock tells Branch he knows her secret knowingly exploiting an illegal immigrant and will report her unless she gives the police an anonymous tip on where to find the murder weapon.
Everyone has been warned about Atherton so Dietz is useless to her. Branch obeys. Dietz is arrested and confesses, and Franken is exonerated.
The body from a car rescued from a train crossing is Garrison Boyd, a debunker. His skull was bashed in by the tip of a garden gnome's hat.
A cult's surveillance photos show Boyd arguing with Collin Eisley. Eisley, a wealthy real estate developer with a Picasso gracing his wall, offered to buy a beach house from Claire Renziger.
She said no. Months later Boyd accused him of trying to scare her into selling, as she is hearing a ghost's voice and banging.
At her house Sherlock realizes she heard Arabic and traces the source to the basement of her neighbors' empty house, where there is a freshly dug tunnel and the murder weapon gnome.
The tunnel's target is Ruby, the world's fastest transatlantic internet cable. The tunneller is identified via a local store's security video - Nadim Al-Haj.
Nadim torches his apartment to destroy evidence and flees with a long thin package. Nadim and Eisley are linked: Nadim was Eisley's driver in Iraq, Eisley sponsored his immigration, Eisley's firm owns Nadim's apartment.
Sherlock accuses Eisley of hiring Nadim to splice the Device into Ruby to steal profitable stock market data. But following prison for insider trading, the authorities monitor his transactions and his stocks are in a blind trust.
TARU and Mason report the Device does nothing - data goes in and comes out without being tampered with, but Mason notes a delay of 4 milliseconds.
Sherlock realises that delay is significant: investment firms with computer servers at 60 Hudson Street have an advantage as they receive data milliseconds earlier than rivals, which is plenty of time for computer transactions.
Eisley's blind trust is managed by a firm whose computer servers are not at 60 Hudson Street. He hired Nadim to splice in the Device to switch the time advantage to his blind trust.
After Nadim killed Boyd, Eisley paid him to stay quiet and, having no non-traceable access to money, paid with his Picasso painting the long thin package.
The Picasso has been reported as stolen, rendering it unsellable, so Nadim, when found, will make a deal with the authorities, and Eisley is encouraged to do the same.
Meanwhile, police officer Hannah, daughter of Captain Gregson, asks Joan to help with a case. A man shoots two paramedics and steals their ambulance with the patient inside.
Sherlock retrieves a bullet casing which is traced to Wallace Turk. Turk admits killing the paramedics and the patient, Maggie Halpern, but refuses to say where Halpern's body is.
Sherlock's examination of Turk's footwear leads to a salt marsh where Halpern's body has been eviscerated by Turk's partner.
The stomach, however, was finely cut and Sherlock determines she was a drug mule but, Joan finds, an unwitting one. She had just returned from Brazil after what she thought was gastric bypass surgery.
Brazilian police indicate Brazilian surgeon Dr Bruno Escanso put heroin inside her, as Escanso stole 40 pounds of medical high-grade heroin from his hospital and vanished.
Turk is Escanso's brother-in-law. The heroin can be cut to produce more heroin of lesser grade, worth millions, but only cartels can handle such quantity.
NYPD plans to question drug gang leaders. Bell and Joan visit the offices of dentist Dr Marty Ward having learned that Janko Stepovic, a drug gang leader, uses the offices since by law they cannot be bugged by the government.
Ward reluctantly admits knowing Janko. Later Janko is shot dead. Ward and his lawyer, Sarah Penley, arrive at the precinct.
Ward says Janko forced his cooperation. A Chinese Triad refused to buy the heroin but stole it and cut off four of Ward's fingers to force him to give Janko's location.
Ward wants immunity from prosecution, which is agreed to when he offers the location of two drug mules' bodies - at the bottom of a pond.
Like Halpern they were killed, drugs retrieved, bodies eviscerated. But then their cavities were filled with rocks and sewn up to ensure the bodies sank - Halpern's disposal was incomplete.
Joan notices the sutures are made of material used by dentists - Ward did it, and has tricked NYPD into agreeing immunity. He did so as with no heroin and no sale prospect, he cannot leverage Turk to keep quiet.
Sherlock, Joan, Bell and Gregson trick Ward in turn, making him confess. Meanwhile, Sherlock discovers that Alfredo, his recovery sponsor, is accused of prank-stealing motor cars.
Sherlock realises that he views Alfredo as a friend, intervenes, and exonerates him. As being a sponsor is incompatible with friendship, Sherlock fires him as sponsor.
Judge Dennis Vaughn is found in the Subway, fatally stabbed with a screwdriver. He had had sex at his hotel with Loretta Nichols, one of the governor's staffers, but she has an alibi - drinks with friend Andrea Schuster.
Fingerprints on the screwdriver belong to Nikki Moreno who escaped from Pemberton Women's Correctional Facility in NJ days earlier and the police hunt for her is stepped up.
She had been sentenced by Vaughn. Later McCann is murdered with a now-missing 9mm pistol. Jeff Harper, a prisoner rights lawyer, says client Moreno had nothing against Vaughn but hated McCann, and had no reason to escape or to murder as he Harper was soon likely to get her sentence reduced.
He says that Moreno was forced into an unpleasant work detail recycling computers which work exposes inmates to toxins, but Sherlock remembers Moreno's prison record stated she asked for the detail.
At Pemberton Sherlock examines the recycling area, noting how easy it would have been to obtain a screwdriver with Moreno's fingerprints to fabricate evidence.
He discovers her garrotted body in an outside recycling bin. Evidence shows that McCann killed Moreno, and she died before Vaughn. CAG executive, Perry Franklin, reluctantly lets Sherlock and Bell look at McCann's file - he was fired unofficially for corruption but officially for "excessive absences".
The re-election campaign manager for the NJ governor is Schuster, Nicols' alibi, who explains what a scandal the murders are creating.
Sherlock realizes the murders were intended to cause the governor to award the new prison contract not to politically embarrassing RE but to CAG.
Franklin's 9mm pistol is found, with which he shot McCann, and he is arrested. Meanwhile, Sherlock discovers that Bell's girlfriend, Shauna Scott, who is a police officer in an adjacent precinct, also works, unknown to Bell, for Internal Affairs.
Keck and her bees die from cyanide in his smoker. Company executive Jonah Chait denies murder, saying AgriNext had been ready to counter Keck's accusations by discrediting him - he has no relevant qualification only a theology degree and an entomology minor , was a Buddhist seminary dropout and abused drugs.
He had filed a complaint that Keck poisoned his bee hives with deadly mites. Sherlock proves Jarvis murdered Keck, and he confesses.
But Sherlock believes Jarvis' complaint. Sherlock Irregular Harlan Emple proves statistically that mites appeared wherever Keck inspected hives.
Keck's supervisor, Calvin Barnes, had been investigating Keck, which ceased once Barnes became an invalid when he had a heart attack after being stung by bees.
Sherlock examines the Barnes' home and concludes Barnes was forcibly injected with potassium chloride to stop his heart; the injection wound looks the same as a bee sting wound.
But Keck has an alibi. Sherlock and Joan meet Tara and Griffin Parker who are two married professors of agriculture organizing an apiary conference.
He owns the world's most expensive apiary and is interested in CCD, but is a wealthy recluse. Sherlock examines Nasser's hotel room and deduces he has been kidnapped.
Evidence: winch marks on Nasser's balcony rail, hotel lobby camera footage. Sherlock notices that one of the flirting photos Tara sent Nasser shows her with dyed blonde hair and wearing Keck's theology academic gown.
Keck's autopsy showed he had taken Viagra, and her hair is found in Keck's bed and shower. Griffin turns on his wife and crime-partner, furious at her betrayal with Keck.
Tara was there when Griffin attacked Barnes. Meanwhile, Captain Gregson is offered promotion and asks Joan to research his proposed replacement.
Sherlock, deprived of his phone, goes with Oscar to search for Olivia, visiting his former rehabilitation center and an active heroin den, exposing him to the temptation of relapse.
At the heroin den, while Oscar is sleeping, Sherlock steals an addict's phone and rings Joan, telling her Oscar's clothes have traces of the dust generated when stone is cut such as marble or granite.
Sherlock finds nearby that the discarded contents of a stolen wallet contain the driving licence of Jonathan Bloom, a sexual predator who lures with heroin and believed to have killed two women.
Sherlock tortures Bloom into admitting that he took Olivia but she fought him, injured him, stole his money and heroin and escaped in a taxi.
The taxi driver takes Sherlock and Oscar to Olivia's destination, an abandoned railway tunnel. Sherlock finds Olivia dead of a heroin overdose.
Sherlock finds Oscar's boot prints by Olivia's body. She has been dead for two days. All along Oscar knew Olivia was dead.
From interior photos of Oscar's uncle's house Joan notes a jacket with a patch "South Shore Memorials", a headstone-cutting business; they head there and start searching.
Oscar tells Sherlock he led him through the places Olivia had been to make him realize Sherlock is as bad as he is. It is inevitable Sherlock will use again.
Oscar tosses a metal box with heroin at him and says he needs one more push. Joan texts Sherlock that they have found Alfredo alive.
Sherlock beats Oscar, and picks up the box. Three days later on the brownstone roof, Sherlock stares blankly at the city.
Joan, unable to get him to talk about his relapse, reports that his father will arrive the next day. Sherlock is determined to resume sobriety.
Sexual predator Jonathan Bloom asks Sherlock to find out what happened to his Honduran wife Alicia, who went missing in as, despite rumours, Bloom did not kill her.
Sherlock's believes he had killed two women he lured using heroin. Now Bloom confesses, gives the location later proved correct of their bodies, and kills himself.
Sherlock learns Alicia was friends with another Honduran, Maribel Fonseca; both vanished at the same time. Years before, Alicia, Maribel and their families were being smuggled into the USA by a ' coyote ' who did not pay the drug cartel Escarra their fee for crossing their territory.
The Escarra killed everyone, but Alicia and Maribel escaped. Joan visits Novena Vida in New Jersey, a restaurant both women ate at.
The owner, Juan Murillo, says Maribel visited the restaurant in looking for a tall handsome man. The coyote, nicknamed El Gato the cat , actually survived the massacre, and is described as being average height, jowly, with a receding hairline.
Joan realizes this describes Murillo and that his restaurant has a cat connection as Novena Vida means "nine lives" in Spanish.
Sherlock shows Murillo a video of him fighting off a robber who came to the restaurant in The video was posted online and went viral, which is how Alicia recognized him as El Gato, and Maribel went to the restaurant to check.
They tried to kill him and Murillo admits killing them in self-defence. He may not be convicted for those killings, but there is an extradition treaty between the USA and Honduras, and the New Jersey police serve an arrest warrant for killing a competing Honduran coyote and his wife.
Sherlock meets his father Morland who says he will fix Sherlock's mess. The next day, Sherlock and Joan begin investigating a triple homicide at a neuroeconomics research facility under the supervision of FBI agent Gary Burke, but find themselves at loose ends due to the FBI's compartmentalization of tasks during the case.
Joan is skeptical of Morland's offer and Sherlock explains that dealing with him always involves a cost.
Joan meets with Morland and is struck by his sincerity in supporting her partnership with Sherlock. The case is wrapped up and Sherlock takes his father's offer, but Joan discovers that Morland manipulated the DA into dropping the charges and she warns him that she will not let him hurt Sherlock.
The lab's hard drives with research and security camera footage were stolen. The project was trying to perfect brainwashing.
One of the victims Dr Gail Sarkisian knew the killer and let them in. Her laptop is used to frame Zheng a member of China's U. Joan finds nothing incriminating on Meher but realises from media calls for him to resign that Von See would succeed him.
Evidence: a lab rat died at the same time as the victims, also from the shield's effects; a streak of rubber from the base of her crutch by the device's storage closet.
The department investigates the murder of two men, one of whom appeared to be impersonating the other. Meanwhile, Sherlock confronts Morland about his continued presence in New York and agrees to help him with a "puzzle" to hasten his departure.
While Joan and Bell investigate a facial recognition system that is being used to find doppelgangers, Sherlock attends a dinner party to investigate a woman who holds an injunction against one of Morland's potential business ventures.
Afterwards, Morland tries to reconcile with his son, saying that he intends to stay in New York indefinitely and hopes to work with Sherlock again.
Sherlock and Joan investigate a missing lab technician who works in the fertility clinic of the hospital where Joan used to work. The woman's skeleton is found stripped and assembled as an educational tool for medical students.
Meanwhile, Joan meets with an old friend and finds out that a Detective Cortez has been asking questions about her.
It turns out that the victim was in a group marriage with two doctors who reveal that she was dying of pancreatic cancer.
It is then revealed that one of her husbands had been deliberately misdiagnosing people because he could create impressive cancer remission rates and increase monetary profit.
She noticed when she was receiving chemotherapy in his clinic and challenged him, so he murdered her. When Joan confronts Cortez, the woman voices a dislike of consultants investigating cops and is suspicious about Sherlock and Joan's sudden return to the force.
Joan has a boxing match with her as a way of approaching her as an equal. Alfredo tells Joan that Sherlock has been avoiding him.
The case of a dead archaeologist presents new mysteries, as the detectives find out that he was digging up an old landfill from the s.
The man was searching for Nottingham Knights , an old video game from the s that was never released because of monumentally bad advance reviews.
Joan tells Sherlock about Alfredo, so Sherlock pays him a visit and tells him that he needs new routines to keep up his sobriety.
When the video games turn up elsewhere, Joan goes searching for another lead from the landfill and finds a chemical company that was illegally dumping toxic chemicals.
The land owner had the archaeologist killed to prevent him from revealing the chemical dumping and blowing a multi-million dollar deal.
Sherlock realizes that Alfredo has been going to more meetings than usual and the two renew their friendship. Not a word!
Into your clothes and come! A sniper shoots nine people, killing four, in the financial district and Morland visits Sherlock at the brownstone to offer his help.
Although the shooting appears random, it is too precise, concealing the true target. Morland's contact in Interpol, Lukas, finds out that shooter-for-hire Gagnier was paid in a Swiss bank account by a shell subsidiary of Dynastic Energies.
The CEO of Dynastic Energies, Bill Wellstone, was having an affair with his lawyer's wife, Sarah; he found out that she had left him for plumber Frank Bova, the true target of the shooting.
Wellstone had used a golf bag to smuggle the sniper's weapon into the building, leaving behind gun oil residue that becomes evidence.
Over dinner with Morland, Lukas voices his suspicion that Morland has not been helping Sherlock out of goodness, but rather is risking Sherlock's life.
Lukas demands 5 million euros to keep his mouth shut, at which point Morland heavily implies that he had Lukas' predecessor killed for a similar transgression.
Mina was kidnapped aged 8 and escaped her captor 14 months prior after 10 years in captivity and returned to her parents Nancy and Richard Davenport Raphael Sbarge.
Sherlock determines that the woman claiming to be Mina is an impostor, and believes that Underhill had come to believe this too hence his murder.
She reveals herself as a girl named Cassie who is conning the Davenports for Mina's trust fund, but now believes they actually killed their daughter.
Not trusting her, Sherlock instigates further investigation, finding Underhill's blood in Mina's car. Richard Davenport confesses to Underhill's murder, but Sherlock realizes he is not the murderer but is sacrificing himself for Mina.
Sherlock believes that Cassie had attacked the real Mina and probably killed the agent. Meanwhile, Joan confronts her stepfather John Heard about writing a barely disguised book about her and Sherlock.
Ellen Jacobs, two months pregnant despite having had a tubal ligation, is found suffocated in her car by a plastic bag. Sherlock and Joan discover that her husband medically could not have been the father.
Ellen is the daughter of an imprisoned killer whose modus operandi matches her death. Her lover is the realtor selling the Jacobs' house, whose mother was killed by Ellen's father; he is the prime suspect until he is attacked and hospitalised by the husband.
The husband is arrested but Sherlock deduces her brother Nolan is the true killer, hence Ellen saying "No.
Nolan confesses - Ellen and he had had an agreement not to pass on their father's genes so he killed her when he found she was pregnant.
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Rob [Doherty] often calls it a bromance, but one of the bros just happens to be a woman. He said that from the very beginning and I think it's really an apt description.
There's this idea that a man and a woman can't be together on a show especially without needing to be together sexually or in love or whatever, and this is really about the evolution of a friendship and how that happens.
Watching that should be as much the story of this show as the mysteries that you see week in and week out about who killed who [ sic ].
Liu was cast by February The foot-in-the-bucket and that kind of Watson happens because in entertainment, there's got to be a sidekick.
In this case, that's not the direction we're going in. Ask me in six episodes and if I have a foot in a bucket then we'll have a discussion.
The British show has since sold to more than territories. It's interesting, as they approached us a while back about remaking our show.
At the time, they made great assurances about their integrity, so we have to assume that their modernised Sherlock Holmes doesn't resemble ours in any way, as that would be extremely worrying.
CBS made a statement on the issue: "Our project is a contemporary take on Sherlock Holmes that will be based on Holmes, Watson and other characters in the public domain, as well as original characters.
We are, of course, respectful of all copyright laws and will not infringe on any stories or works that may still be protected. Creator Robert Doherty discussed comparisons between Sherlock and Elementary the following July, pointing out that a tradition of updated Holmes stories dates back to the Basil Rathbone films of the s, and that he did not think it was the case that Elementary took anything from Sherlock , which he described as a "brilliant show" having watched its first series.
Some exterior shots of Sherlock's brownstone are filmed in Harlem , which is a stand-in for Brooklyn Heights. The first season was met with positive reviews from critics, who highlighted the show's novel approach to the source material, the writing quality, and the performances and chemistry found between its two leads and supporting cast.
The site's consensus reads: "It may not appeal to purists, but Elementary provides a fresh new spin on Sherlock Holmes, and Jonny Lee Miller shines in the title role.
Season 2 was met with equally positive reviews. The site's consensus reads, "With the introduction of Mycroft and Lestrade, Elementary successfully extends into the Sherlock Holmes canon in season two.
Club calling his casting choice "inspired" and praising him for being able to match with Miller's "bitterness" and praising the premiere episode overall  - he later went on to offer positive words on Ifans' performance in the finale episodes pertaining to Mycroft's story, despite finding flaws in the overall arc.
McNutt called Moriarty's presence in both the episode and the series as a whole "refreshingly dominant" and also praised the storytelling and dialogue, singling out several bits of witty humor in the episode.
Season 3 continues Elementary ' s trend of a positive critical response. The site's consensus reads, " Elementary ' s third season leverages the estrangement between Sherlock and Joan to further explore both characters, proving that Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's creations still have room to grow".
The Season 3 finale was met with positive reviews. Season 4, like previous seasons, was met with a positive critical response. He praised Joan and Sherlock's deepening friendship and John Noble 's performance as Sherlock's father, but criticized the fact that the episode did not capitalize off the crisis from the Season 3 finale, saying that "while there wasn't anything necessarily bad about "The Past is Parent," it just failed to capitalize off the momentum from last season".
In Canada, it airs simultaneously on Global. The episode drew From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. American crime drama television series Crime drama Mystery Procedural.
Main article: List of Elementary episodes. Elementary often has characters who are loosely based on characters from the original Sherlock Holmes stories by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
Vinnie Jones as Sebastian Moran : also known as "M", Moran was originally thought to be a serial killer whom Sherlock believed had murdered Irene Adler.
In actuality, he was a former Royal Marine turned hired assassin, and was paid by Jamie Moriarty. He was an excellent marksman and carried out assassinations for Moriarty with a specially built silent air rifle that fired revolver bullets, whereas the Moran in Elementary killed his targets by first hanging them upside down with a homemade tripod device before then slitting their throats.
John Watson. Both versions of the character are killed in front of both versions of Holmes, who had broken into his house in order to destroy his blackmail materials.
In the Sir Arthur Conan Doyle stories, Pike is a celebrated gossipmonger whose columns are published in numerous magazines and newspapers.
Both versions of the character are unseen and help Holmes learn the names of people involved in the case.
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