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Title: Ancient History
Original Air Date: October 24, 2013
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Amazon Elementary: Season 2
* Sherlock: What you are describing is not a case, it is a wild good chase. Only at the end of a proper goose chase you get to eat a delicious goose.
* Joan: Do you want to help me or not?
* Sherlock: I urge you to have some professional pride.
* Joan: You have not left the house in a week and you’re beginning to smell like old mimeographs.
* Joan: The head wound is the cause of death and the reason we have helmet laws.
* Sherlock: When the one that you love is revealed to have a dark heart, it’s well, it’s excruciating. I speak from experience.
* Sherlock: At present Mr. Hardwick is either very difficult to reach or dead.
* Joan: Captain Gregson wants a body.
* Sherlock: Alive again, why can’t anybody be dead today?
* Sherlock: Well, you’re right Watson. Honesty, unquestionably the best policy.
Synopsis: A motorcycle lay off the road with a dead man next to it. Elsewhere, Joan is shopping with a friend. Her friend would like Joan to track down a one night stand for her. She asks Sherlock to assist her and he won’t have any of this case. Sherlock instead takes her to the morgue to look for a case. He plays a game of chess with the coroner, apparently he wins, as they are checking out each body. Sherlock pulls out the body that was next to the motorcycle. Sherlock believes he murdered someone the day he died. They take the case to Gregson. The dead man was an assassin in Warsaw. Sherlock believes he garroted someone the day he died. However, Gregson doesn’t have a dead body or missing person’s report so his hands are tied. The duo meets with his wife. They learn about a senior care facility he was trying to open. He tries in his own to comfort the grieving widow. Back at the brownstone Sherlock gives Joan some murder stats. They cover more territory on the case. Joan leaves to go work on her friend’s case. Sherlock texts her about the case. They go to Travis’s office and see video footage. Sherlock reads the lips on the video and discovers that foundation was being poured that day. When Sherlock looks in the car he determines that Travis isn’t dead. He finds him across the street shacked up. He was spending the $25,000 that Leo gave him from a loan shark. They take it to Bell, Sherlock believes it was stolen based on the age. Bell confirms that they were from a bank robbery in 2001. It’s linked to a Gertz, but the US Marshalls can’t find him. At the brownstone Sherlock announces he has found him. Joan got footage for her friend’s case and Sherlock admits that he slept with her friend. Joan is shocked and angry. They go and visit the loan shark. It turns out that after he loaned Leo money a man from Bratva came looking for him as well. They call the Captain. A whole team is sent to the scene of the motorcycle crash. There are 45 casings. They find the Bratva henchman dead and partially buried. He had been garroted. In the basement at the station Gregson discovers Sherlock listening to bees. He found out that “Leo” stole a large sum of money from the Bratva and that is why he fled to the states. Bell and Joan go back to the widow with an update. Sherlock receives a call from the morgue. The garrote on his neck matches the wounds on Leo’s hands. Also, the dead gang member was under psychiatric care. Sherlock goes to the shrink’s office with Joan, he threatens suicide to see him. They ask about his patient. After laying out the facts the doctor tells them what he can. Bell leads the charge to meet with Zubkov. Joan doesn’t like the bulletproof vests. He tells them he was in the hospital Sunday night because he got stabbed Saturday. Joan confirms his story and brings the police photos. Sherlock looks at the photos and something clicks. His widow is brought into the station. They show her the photo of the tourniquet and that it was her drape. She sold her husband out. She was with the man who was garroted. When he was killed she was with him. She fired the shots that caused Leo to crash and also the woman’s death. Leo’s widow makes a full confession. Joan meets her friend Jennifer. She tells her that Sherlock called her and apologized to her. However, Joan is still upset with him and gets a little bit of revenge back at the brownstone.
Title: Hot for the Lawyer
Original Air Date: February 2, 2011
Carl Reiner: Max
Sherri Shepherd: Judge Lesser
Mark Deklin: Kirk Stark
Millicent Martin: Agnes Bratford
Mark Capri: Justice of the Peace
Paul Hayes: Greg Trimmer
Synopsis: The girls are giving each other a beauty day when Elka’s lawyer arrives. They all go into overdrive to try to win him and make a competition out of it. It gets very ugly. Elka’s lawyer decides she should act senile to get out of her trial. At the courthouse she runs into Max. He is with Agnes. They’re going to get married. This upsets Elka immensely. The hearing starts…
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Show: Ghost Mine
Title: Phantom Intruder
Original Air Date: September 18, 2013
Patrick Doyle: Paranormal Investigator
Kristen Luman: Paranormal Investigator
Jamol Eli: Himself – Greenhorn
Jay Verburg: Himself – Greenhorn
Larry Overman: Himself – Mine Owner
Stacie Sisk-Overman: Herself – Mine Owner
Jared Anderson: Himself – Heavy Machinery Operator (Buckett)
Edward Griffith: Himself – Job Supervisor (Fast Eddie)
Stan Griffith: Himself – Mine Foreman (Papa Smurf)
Keith Leingang: Himself – Drill Operator (Dingus)
Alexys Overman: Herself – Mine Owners Daughter
Dick Secord Jr.: Himself – Sample Specialist (Greybeard)
Richard Secord Sr.: Himself – Explosives Expert (Duck)
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* Bucket: What the hell’s going on here, man?
* Duck: Saved a life there, Patrick.
* Stan: When Patrick and Kristen came running out of the mine, that’s the first time we ever saw that.
* Eddie: They were scared. So, yeah, it did startle me.
* Patrick: My gut is telling me that we honestly experienced a tragic event I think.
* Jamol: Where did you learn that?
Greybeard: I’m old.
* Greybeard: That’s the right choice. If you feel like somethings wrong, get out, leave.
Synopsis: The miners attempts to circumvent the ballroom have been a challenge. We pick up where the last episode ended…the blast has not gone off. It’s 150 pounds of explosives. Eddie suggests that they use Patrick’s robot to check on the explosives that didn’t go off. Stan asks Patrick if they can send in RIPA. The robot can check the fuses and explosives but also monitor for any paranormal activity at the same time. They get to the fuse. As they examine the fuse they get a drop in temperature and an EMF spike. The explosives start going off. The whole crew goes in to check it out. RIPA, though, is not doing well. The blast worked, but they uncovered another cave in. The miners exit the cave so Kristen and Patrick can do an investigation. A rock falls and hits Patrick on the leg. Kristen does a baseline sweep and Patrick sets up a laser grid. Patrick decides to investigate exactly where Stan told him not to because it’s not safe. He then goes back to where it’s safe and does an EVP session. Both of them hear a knocking sound. The EVP session continues and another rock falls. A third and then fourth rock falls. The rock falling intensifies and they run for the exit. As they exit they are met by Stan and Eddie. Kristen, panting, tells them both it’s caving in. Stan and Eddie head in to check it out. They don’t find any evidence of a cave in and thoroughly check everything. Stan and Eddie bring them back to the ball room to show them it was ok. The next day the miners are back to work. Greybeard and Jamol are looking for another vein for the crew to mine. Duck is feeling uneasy and contemplates tramping again. Larry arrives to try and deal with the trespasser. Larry tells the two one camera is not working. They decide to go through all the images. At first all they get are photos of deer. The camera that Larry thought was broken, its card is actually full. They have found a mysterious anomaly. It moves so it’s not a dead pixel. The two go back to the camera and try and figure out what’s going on. The miners prepare to blast for more ore. Kristen and Patrick do an investigation of the camera at night. They find nothing wrong with the camera. She takes a few photos with her camera of the same view, but gets normal photos. Patrick hears footsteps, but sees nothing on thermal. Kristen gets some EMF spikes. Patrick follows a sound into the woods and sees some weird on the thermal. Kristen’s readings keep spiking as she gets closer to a clearing. Patrick discovers a strange rock formation. He notices the rock formation lines up with where the trail cam is located. She notices a design on one of the rocks. Photos are not coming out of the rock, so Patrick gets paper and charcoal and does a rubbing. He thinks they are Chinese symbols. Kristen and Patrick head back to camp where the miners are sitting around a fire. They join them and tell them about the symbols. Stan tells them about Chinese miners in the area and how poorly they were treated. The next morning Eddie and Jamol find their hoses damaged. Eddie goes straight to the cook shack to tell Stan and Larry what’s going on. Back in the mine Bucket and Mikey are working on the dogleg to get around the ballroom. Patrick sends the etching to an expert. He also includes the EVP they could not identify. Kristen heads to the historical museum to research the Chinese miners. Toni states there was 2 to 3 thousand but there is no record because they were not included on any census. They were segregated and only allowed to mine claims that others had already mined and deemed worthless. They would stack the stone and make what was referred to as Chinese walls. Toni tells her that there are some walls still around that she can see. Patrick and Kristen update the guys on the latest evidence. First up is RIPA, the fuse and explosions. The camera seems to have a glitch. They move on to the EVP with falling rocks. Next they discuss the trail cam and the white vertical line and the massive number of images. Kristen then talks about the rock formation. Patrick had the symbols translated, it means “house of cremation.” The EVP they could not translate earlier means, “I’m lost.” At that moment something slams into the cook shack and everyone goes running. They don’t find anything, so they begin searching for a trespasser. They don’t find a trespasser either.
Show: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
Title: The Pulverizer
Original Air Date: February 15, 2013
Links for all seasons/volumes below:
Amazon Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2012
iTunes Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Vol. 1 – Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
iTunes Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Vol. 2 – Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
iTunes Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Vol. 3 – Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
iTunes Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Vol. 4 – Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
iTunes Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Vol. 5 – Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
iTunes Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Vol. 6 – Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
* Donnie: Leo drives. He’s least likely to hit something just for fun.
* Raph: Donnie, you’re awesome!!
* Raph: It’s like candy for my knuckles.
* Leo: Donnie, fix the Shellrazor and take Captain Rubberpants home.
* Splinter: Donatello!! Does this belong to you?
* Splinter: Donatello he has no business learning our art. He is a doofus.
* Splinter: If you train him, you are responsible for whatever happens.
* Leo: Look, sushi that delivers itself.
* Leo: Guys, the Kraang are on the roof.
Synopsis: The Kraang are not happy that the power cell is still missing. The turtles are waiting on Donnie in the subway. Donnie pulls up in a subway car he has turned into a vehicle. Mikey names it the “Shellrazor.” It’s being powered by the power cell. While driving around they find Purple Dragons robbing a store. They step in to stop them. The Pulverizer tries to stop them but the turtles have to help. He hitches a ride on the shellrazor and finds the lair. Then he starts getting into all kinds of stuff. The Purple Dragons stole Kraang tech and give it to Baxter Stockman. Back at the lair the Pulverizer is driving Donnie nuts while he tries to fix the shellrazer. He tries teaching him the basics but it doesn’t go so well. He crashes into Splinter’s room. Splinter signs off on letting Donnie train him, but does not have high hopes. The other three visit Stockman, and Fishface’s legs now work. They battle and Fishface bits Raph. The bites poisonous. Mikey calls Donnie for help. Donnie informs him it’s venom not poison. Donnie and Pulverizer head to the scene. They crash through the wall. Donnie gives Raph the antidote. The rush to get back underground because the lead cover on the power cell has cracked and it can now be tracked. The Kranng pursue. They crash into a wall. The Kraang cuts a hole in the bottom and takes the power cell. Donnie loses the power cell protecting Pulverizer. They wind up having to push the shellrazor back home.
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