Elementary: Uncanny Valley of the Dolls Season 6, Ep 16
The murder of a robotics engineer may be connected to his groundbreaking secret research in teleportation; Detective Bell is shut out of a required class he needs to complete his degree and join the U.S. Marshal Service.
Elementary: How to Get a Head Season 6, Ep 15
An investigation into the murder of a religion professor puts Holmes and Watson on a hunt for a killer connected to the occult; the duo consider replacements for Detective Bell after finding he may be asked to join the U.S. Marshals Service.
Elementary: Breathe Season 6, Ep 13
Holmes and Watson investigate the poisoning of a relocation expert who had a secret career; Watson's path to adopting a child suffers a setback.
Elementary: Nobody Lives Forever Season 6, Ep 9
Holmes' former sobriety sponsor, Alfredo, asks for help with an illegal endeavor in order to save his brother. Also, Holmes and Watson investigate the poisoning of a biology professor who was working on a secret genetics project prior to being killed.
Elementary: Sand Trap Season 6, Ep 8
Holmes and Watson search for the killer of a woman found encased in cement; Watson takes a giant leap forward regarding her interest in adoption.
Elementary: Sober Companions Season 6, Ep 7
Holmes and Watson are on the hunt for a serial killer after a murder rocks their inner circle; Holmes' neurological recovery regresses and his sobriety wavers as his commitment to catching the killer grows into an obsession.
Elementary: Bits and Pieces Season 6, Ep 5
Holmes and Watson retrace Holmes' steps after Holmes finds himself in possession of a severed head and can't remember anything about the last six hours.
Elementary: Our Time is Up Season 6, Ep 4
Watson considers a major life change after reading her own therapy file while she and Holmes investigate the murder of her former psychologist.
Elementary: An Infinite Capacity for Taking Pains Season 6, Ep 1
As Holmes struggles with a medical diagnosis that threatens his career and sobriety, he meets a man who credits Sherlock for helping him conquer his own addiction; Holmes and Watson are hired by a reformed party girl heiress. [more inside]