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Elementary: A Burden of Blood Season 4, Ep 8
Holmes and Watson investigate a homicide in which the victim was murdered in a manner reminiscent of crimes committed by an infamous and already incarcerated serial killer. Meanwhile, Bell gets tutored by Joan and Sherlock for a police sergeant's exam that could lead to a promotion and a post at another precinct.
Elementary: Tag, You're Me Season 4, Ep 3
Holmes and Watson are back with the NYPD, just like that. Their first case back is about two dead men who look remarkably alike, which leads to a recently thawed cold missing person case and a tech company that specializes on facial recognition. And Sherlock's father, Morland, is still in New York for reasons not wholly clear (yet).
Elementary: A Stitch in Time Season 3, Ep 20
Holmes and Watson investigate the murder of a professional skeptic who debunked paranormal, religious and scientific frauds for a living. The pieces lead them to a potential threat to homeland security. Meanwhile, Gregson's daughter, Hannah, asks Joan for help with a case.
Elementary: Hemlock Season 3, Ep 13
With Kitty gone from his brownstone, Sherlock finds himself in the doldrums, digging through old cold case files and talking to a variety of people to keep his interest. When the wife of a lawyer shows up and wants Sherlock to do his "P.I. stuff" on her possibly cheating husband who she hasn't seen in 48 hours, Sherlock agrees to take on the missing person case to get out of his slump, pulling Joan into the case. While working together, Sherlock comments on Joan's dissatisfaction with her relationship with Andrew, which Joan tries to dismiss. And then the case takes some twists and turns, as does Joan's relationship with Andrew.
Elementary: The One That Got Away Season 3, Ep 12
Sherlock and Joan increase their efforts to determine the relationship between Del Gruner and the deaths of a young lady who was abused and branded and a man involved with sex trafficking, while Kitty begins to unravel due to the imminent threat to her safety. The origin of Sherlock and Kitty’s relationship is revealed in a series of flashbacks.
Elementary: The Eternity Injection Season 3, Ep 9
When a nurse Watson used to work with asks for her help finding their missing acquaintance, the missing woman's trail leads Watson and Holmes to another person who has disappeared. Despite his sponsor's concerns, Sherlock struggles with his sobriety, finding the recovery process monotonous.
Elementary: End of Watch Season 3, Ep 8
Sherlock, Kitty, and Joan investigate the murder of a Highway Patrol officer, whose sidearm has been replaced with an airsoft gun, and uncover a connection to a wanted arms dealer. Meanwhile, Sherlock deals with a fellow recovering addict who is blogging comments Sherlock makes at his group meetings.
Elementary: The Adventure of the Nutmeg Concoction Season 3, Ep 7
Joan is hired to find a woman who had mysteriously disappeared five years ago. Joan, Sherlock, and Kitty soon find themselves investigating several disappearances which all had one clue in common: the smell of nutmeg. Is it the signature of a serial killer, or something else?
Elementary: Terra Pericolosa Season 3, Ep 6
Holmes and Winter are brought in on the theft of some historic maps, but when Kitty discovers a body, they call in Watson and the NYPD.
Elementary: Bella Season 3, Ep 4
When a potentially groundbreaking artificial intelligence software program is copied from its safe room, Sherlock agrees to take on the case, but enlists Joan's assistance in solving it when he becomes more interested in disproving the computer's abilities than finding the thief. Meanwhile, Joan confronts Sherlock about his motives after she learns he has been in direct contact with her boyfriend, Andrew, without her knowledge. “I don’t understand the question. Can I have more information?”
Elementary: Just A Regular Irregular Season 3, Ep 3
When shirtless number cruncher Harlan Emple (Rich Sommers) comes across the body of a large man in mothballs, it's clear a maths game has become deadly. Sherlock, Watson and Winter work together apart to solve this case, and Joan brings Kitty in on her private case to figure out what a wealthy building flipper sees in a particularly run-down building. [more inside]