Elementary S03, Ep04 – Bella

Show: Elementary
Season: 3
Episode: 4
Title: Bella
Original Air Date: November 20, 2014


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Favorite Quotes:

* Kitty: You stumped her, we done?

* Joan: He’s a little bit too old to be playing cat burglar, don’t you think?

* Sherlock: I find it very difficult to conceive that a collection of ones and zeros is a suspect in a homicide.

* Nathan: Unless the computers rise tonight, we have a murder to solve.

* Joan: These people sit around and think about the apocalypse.
Sherlock: No, they think about all possible apocalypses.

* Joan: Ok, I believe you. I kind of feel like hugging you right now.

* Sherlock: I don’t think catching both murderers is going to be easy at all. She is lying to us. She intends to cover up for her mentor.


Synopsis: Kitty learns about Sherlock’s timeshare of Clyde with Joan and is not amused. During this discourse, a client arrives. A computer scientist needs his help recovering stolen AI software named, “Bella.” Sherlock is skeptical. The software has been developing things itself. The man takes Sherlock and Kitty to his workplace. He is surprised to find the software has been wired a doll. Sherlock speaks with the doll and doesn’t get a lot of anything from it. Joan comes down at Kitty’s request. She tells Kitty how to control him and then leaves. Sherlock decides to take on the case. Joan arrives at the brownstone to find Mason with Sherlock. They are all conferencing with some AI experts. Joan and Kitty get to work analyzing the photo of the thief. Joan determines he would have needed to surveil the place to know where Bella was located. The two head to the building and check out the surrounding buildings to try and figure out where the burglar watched from. They find a broken window and a cigarette butt. Sherlock meets the pair at the station. No DNA match on the butts. But they did get a DNA match. Sherlock recognizes the sketch as “Raffles.” Sherlock doesn’t understand why he’s stealing different types of items. Joan is making dinner for her boyfriend when she finds out Sherlock has asked him for help on the case. Sherlock and Joan seek an audience with the CEO of the company developing Bella. He’s also found Raffles. He lays out a deal for the CEO and he follows through. They show the video to one of Bella’s creators and find the other co-creator dead. Suspicions fly. The co-creator thinks Bella killed him. Sherlock takes a look at the Belle machine and disconnects it. Sherlock brings the computer back to the brownstone. Joan loses patients and heads home. Joan’s boyfriend has got a new idea but it’s going to take him out of the country a lot. Joan confronts Sherlock about the email chain. He’s listening to some death metal from the dead man’s computer. He copied it to Bella. There’s a weird blip. They find software that has the virus that plays a flashing video that killed him. Gregson tracks down the man who sent him the CDs. Back at the brownstone, Joan is forced to pick the lock to get in. Sherlock has narrowed down the suspect pool to a thinktank. This thinktank is most focused on artificial intelligence. They debate the realities of this group doing the killing. They move on to a discussion about her boyfriend, Andrew. Sherlock admits that he views Joan as a friend and that she was part of why he came back to New York. The main suspect used a cleaning service that he won free cleanings from. The man picks out a student from one of the thinktank members class. Sherlock and Joan bring Bell up to speed. They get a warrant for the student. She admits to everything right in the middle of the school. Sherlock feels she is lying. In interrogation she recites everything like it’s a script. She admits she’s covering for him. At the brownstone, Sherlock ignores several ringing phones. He’s come up with a plan to force Pike to admit what he is done. Sherlock confronts him. He blackmails him with his brothers drug problem. They have a very colorful discussion. Sherlock returns to the brownstone and stares at Bella. Joan comes back to her apartment. She tells Andrew she wants to come with him for at least part of the trip and he’s excited. Sherlock gives Bella a riddle to solve regarding the case. She gives the same response about not understanding.

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Elementary S03, Ep03 – Just A Regular Irregular

Show: Elementary
Season: 3
Episode: 3
Title: Just A Regular Irregular
Original Air Date: November 13, 2014


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Favorite Quotes:

* Joan: Why does Sherlock have a knife thrower?

* Bell: Looks like he was only sane enough to do math.

* Sherlock: As you know, you can’t force someone to get help. They have to want it.

* Math Guy: To recap, I’ve spent the last few months of my life playing a game that was designed to kill me.

* Sherlock: A flame war does not a murderer make.


Synopsis: At the brownstone, Kitty is practicing single stick as Joan arrives. Sherlock introduces them to a skilled knife thrower. Joan asks Kitty to assist her on an investigation. Kitty, however, turns her down. The half-naked math guy is making progress. He gets dressed and heads off in search of a clue. Instead he finds a dead man. Gregson and Bell talks to him in interrogation. He tells them about a math game he’s been playing. It’s a scavenger hunt. He calls for Sherlock and Joan. The pair come to the station. The math guy gets cleared. Gregson leaves him in Sherlock and Joan’s care. They all head back to the scene. The side job Joan offered Kitty is discussed. Sherlock discovers the phone number that’s been covered up so no one else can continue the math game. Sherlock and the math guy visit one of the contestants. He determines she knows the dead man based on the dog cookie. Turns out the dead guy is her ex. Kitty gives Joan an update on the man she wanted tailed (Sherlock intervened). Joan gets a call from Sherlock with an update. Bell and Sherlock go to meet another contestant in the math game. Sherlock hears something and pushes Bell out of the way. Seconds later the contestant fires a shotgun through the door and then disappears. Copies of all the math he was working on were sent to Sherlock’s for the math guy to analyze. Sherlock and Joan work at her place and her boyfriend basically runs from Sherlock. He’s not thrilled with her relationship, but she doesn’t care. They move on to Kitty. Joan has some concerns, she thinks Kitty needs additional help. Sherlock starts talking of Kitty as if she is a child and Sherlock and Joan are her parents. Math guy’s analysis tells them that he had only solved the first 9 problems, not the 10th. However, he has figured out where the missing man went. Sherlock suspects it will actually be a murder scene and he’s right. This man is killed the same way as the first. Sherlock deduces that the killer is actually the person running the math game and that the math game is actually a trap. Back at the brownstone, Sherlock learns that the math institute is not sponsoring the game. Joan calls with a cryptic clue. He says he can identify the killer. He shows him a blog. The collection of mathletes are trying to find a signature in the math. The math guy decides to get out of town but Sherlock stops him and accuses him of being the murderer. At the brownstone, they have a lengthy conversation about his work and crimes. He leaves Sherlock confused when he calls him his friend. Later that night Sherlock and Joan video chat. Joan suggests that maybe the hunt was constructed with another hunt inside of it. Sherlock tries to get Kitty to go to a support group. She just agrees to go right out of the blue. Kitty then stands up for the math guy. Sherlock makes a disguised call outing the math guy as the one behind the blog. He then goes to meet with the math guy. He’s deduced that he was looking for one singular mathematician. He tells him about a scratcher that he hacked and then posted about it. Someone else figured out the same thing and was using it to win a lot of money. Sherlock figured out who it was, Paul, the guy at the penthouse who called all the math people together. He’s worried he’ll go to jail. But Sherlock has fixed that. Sherlock cheers him up by telling him he’s a tremendous asset. Meanwhile, Joan goes to see Kitty. She got the name of the woman in the photos. The man wanted to buy the building because it had a lost work. Kitty then tells her she’s going to a support group meeting. She tells Joan that she needs her help too. Joan goes with her to a meeting.

Elementary S03, Ep02 – The Five Orange Pips

Show: Elementary
Season: 3
Episode: 2
Title: The Five Orange Pips
Original Air Date: November 6, 2014


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Favorite Quotes:

* Sherlock: I can assure you I am the most likely individual in the world to prove that you are not the real killer.

* Bell: This new girl, stable is not the first word that comes to mind.

* Sherlock: Did you forget that we’re co-consulting?

* Joan: Sure, but who bumps into their Bin Laden on the street and doesn’t tell anyone?

* Sherlock: I believe she will make an excellent investigator, just not today.

* Sherlock If you want to be a detective Kitty accept that you’ll be taking pains.


Synopsis: At the station, Sherlock and Bell chat about Kitty. Sherlock provides some help on the case Bell has been working. Murder over a bird. Elsewhere, a man comes home with a bag. He opens a piece of mail to find 5 orange beads. The man calls someone but gets Gregson instead. Gunshots ring out. Sherlock enters the Morgue and finds Watson there. She agrees to work this case with him. The victims are related. One was sued for poisoning kids and the other was his defense lawyer. The two chat with Gregson and an FBI agent who handled the original case. Kitty is at the scene with Bell. Sherlock sends the list of parents to Kitty. The zip code on the package at the dead lawyer’s office matches the zip code of one of the parents. Gregson, Watson and Sherlock visit that man. Back at the brownstone, Kitty is blasting music while painting. She’s irritated with Sherlock. At the station, Watson is there. Mr. Coleman, the suspect, comes to the station. He’s come down to confess. Sherlock and Kitty go to talk with him. The gun that Coleman turned over is the murder weapon. But Sherlock thinks those items were planted in his house. As they talk, he tells his story. Watson updates Bell about Openshaw’s injuries. Bell asks about Kitty and describes her as intense. The three meet the prosecutor who handled the case. They tell her that they believe Coleman is being framed. There is some video footage but they are not allowed to see it. Kitty pushed the prosecutor too far and Sherlock is furious. Back at the station, Bell tells Joan he got a hit on the traffic cams. The driver tells them he saw Openshaw with the prosecutor three weeks ago. A meeting with her does not go well. At the station, Joan confronts Sherlock about Kitty, but he dodges the questions. The group pays a visit to the FBI agent who did the surveillance of the lawyer. He tells them that there was a box of files missing. If the case actually went to trial they would have lost. Gregson brings in the prosecutor. The lawyer was blackmailing her. She confesses to be being blackmailed but nothing else. She also doesn’t know how the FBI agent knew about the missing files as he was not told. Her theory is that he took the files. They head to his house to find him gone. At the brownstone, Sherlock discovers the agent in the wind asked to be assigned to the case. Kitty gets annoyed that Sherlock and Joan are working so well together and decides to leave for the evening. Sherlock tells Joan that Kitty has only existed for five years because she was the victim of a crime and given a new identity. He gives Joan the file. Joan is shocked. She does agree with Kitty that helping the man escape just to kill him makes no sense. Sherlock posits that it might have been necessary because the case is still open. Gregson and company find the missing FBI agent. He was stealing all the games because the drugs in them are worth millions. Back at the station, Joan finds Kitty going over some of their previous cases. They discuss the file and Joan tells her she did not open it. Kitty tells her to read it. That night at her apartment Joan does as Kitty asks and reads it.

Elementary S03, Ep01 – Enough Nemesis to go Around

Show: Elementary
Season: 3
Episode: 1
Title: Enough Nemesis to Go Around
Original Air Date: October 30, 2014


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Favorite Quotes:

* Joan: I’m really good at finding things.

* Bell: I know, that woman.
Joan: She’s going to ask me to adopt her isn’t she?

*Joan: There is no partnership. You ended it in that note you left me 8 months ago.

* Joan: The truth is you were right. I didn’t need you anymore. I still don’t.

* Sherlock: Don’t be sorry, be better.

* Sherlock: Watson try to understand. A detective only comes across so many locked room mysteries.

* Sherlock: I was afraid Watson. That’s why I left.

* Joan: I got into a baton fight with someone named Kitty.


Synopsis: Joan is having lunch with a woman who runs a cartel. She’s cracked the cartel. She’s had her book keeper picked up and now Elana is under arrest. Joan is now meeting with a new client in her new apartment. She’s solved another case as Bell calls. Joan opens her door to find a neighbor looking for a missing bearded dragon. She quickly finds him. Joan has to reassure a scared witness. Bell mentions that Sherlock has been with MI6 for 6 months now and there’s been no word from him. The witness that Joan just spoke with is dead in the elevator. Time skips ahead two months. Bell and Joan are still trying to figure out how the witness was murdered in the elevator. Elana comes in for a meeting to show Joan she is watching her. Joan is sitting on a park bench and sees a woman who she confronts. Her neighbors brother meets her. At the station, Gregson gets a tip about the possible murderer. Joan goes to the brownstone, it’s still empty. She hears a noise and finds Sherlock. It’s Sherlock who tipped off Gregson. She is pissed that he is infringing on her case. He gives her more background. They have a row. Joan is clearly still angry that he left. Sherlock stops in to say hi to Gregson. He apologizes to Gregson and lets him know he is no longer with MI6. He does not receive a warm welcome. Bell and Joan track down the suspect. He was there to hire an escort. Bell is extremely suspicious. The woman from the park is following Joan again. They each produce a baton and have a single stick fight. Joan wins. Back at the brownstone, Sherlock questions the woman. He is furious that she confronted Joan. Joan is back at the hotel and finds Sherlock in the elevator. He follows her to the room and explains it all. That he had a cache of herion and that he ran away from it all. But the more he goes into his apology the less apologetic it seems. Joan goes to the brownstone and finds Kitty at the door. Sherlock has a theory. The murderer used an electromagnet. He jammed four bullets into a panel crack. Then when the elevator passed, he flipped on the magnet to effectively fire the bullets. They bring the suspect back in for more questioning. He’s surprised to find what they have on him. At her apartment, Joan gets a call from Elana. She points her to a hit man. Elana gives her a veiled threat. Sherlock brings Joan hangers as a house warming present. Sherlock tells her the magnet weighed more than a ton, so the suspect could not have brought it in alone. Bell and Joan pay Elana another visit. They found the tesla magnet. It was hidden in the bench of the shower in his room. They arrest her and inform her that he went into witness protection. Joan arrives at the brownstone. He congratulates her. She lets him know that she has approved him to work at the station. She wants to know why he came back to New York. He alludes to their relationship as the reason for his return. Kitty follows her out and thanks her.

Elementary S02, Ep24 – The Grand Experiment

Show: Elementary
Season: 2
Episode: 24
Title: The Grand Experiment
Original Air Date: May 15, 2014


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Favorite Quotes:

* Sherlock: What part of your being framed for murder and treason did you not understand?

* Sherlock: Someone thought that gibberish was important enough to infiltrate a city morgue and make off with both of his arms.

* Sherlock: In my experience diligence is the mother of luck.

* Sherlock: So I will change, for you.

* Joan: You have this kind of pull, like gravity. I’m so lucky that I fell into your orbit.


Synopsis: Sherlock continues about Mycroft being framed for murder and treason. To prove his point, he grabs Mycroft’s car remote and starts it from the remote. The car explodes. Sherlock takes Mycroft and Joan to a safe house. Sherlock meets with MI6. At the safe house, Mycroft seems to be quoting things that Sherlock has said about him. Joan tries to cheer him up but it doesn’t work. Sherlock and Joan stake out a bookstore. Sherlock thinks the owner is linked to the mole. After he leaves they break in to search. They have a difference of opinion. He notices an odd and unused surge protector. It’s actually a scrambler. The tattoos on West’s arms are actually locations of cell towers. Mycroft says he was in all of these places at all of these times. His handler would have been with him. He’s the mole. Sherlock gets a call from the handler and puts him off. The next morning, Joan awakes to a note under her door. She finds a trail that she follows downstairs to Sherlock. A virus is the key. Sherlock gets a call from Captain Gregson. He tells Sherlock that the prints on the gun match Mycroft Holmes. At the brownstone, the doorbell rings and it’s Mycroft’s handler (the mole). He gets nosy. She gives him a bad tip. He threatens her. She pops up 15 witnesses to the conversion from the hacker group anonymous. Sherlock rushes back. Joan figured out the missing piece, the 17th call. She found someone murdered. Sherlock can’t focus. He’s still upset about everything going on. Joan tells Sherlock about a man who hired him in London. Sherlock pays Mycroft a visit and brings him up to speed. He’s confused about the whole situation. But he has every intention of fixing it all. Sherlock has Joan meet him at the scene of the murder that connects to the 17th call. He doesn’t think the murder was political, but it doesn’t match the crime scene report. He gives her a speech about how well their collaboration works. The conversation sparks Sherlock’s mind and he’s figured out how the murder took place. Mycroft finds his handler getting drunk. He gets him to start talking. Threats are made to Mycroft’s life as well as Sherlock and Joan. Gregson calls the bookstore owner into the station. They ask him about the murder. The man was stoned to death. The man was having an affair with the wife of the bookstore owner. His wife kept a piece of evidence proving he murdered the man. He sings like a bird. Bell tells them a British National in the morgue. It turns out to be the mole. Sherlock and Joan arrive back at the brownstone to find Mycroft. He tells them about the conversation. He went to the NSA for help and made a deal. The NSA has faked his death. Joan is upset and so is Sherlock. As Sherlock shows he’s upset, Mycroft hugs him and tells him he loves him. Then he leaves. Sherlock finds Joan making plans to see an apartment. He goes back downstairs and gets his heroin stash and puts it in his pocket. He goes to meet with MI6. Sherlock asks if the MI6 job offer was for real or not. It is indeed real. He joins MI6.

Elementary S02, Ep23 – Art in the Blood

Show: Elementary
Season: 2
Episode: 23
Title: Art In The Blood
Original Air Date: May 8, 2014


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Favorite Quotes:

* Sherlock: And here I was thinking MI6 was an intelligence organization.

* Joan: He deserves better than you. So do I.

* Sherlock: The mystery of the tattoos persist.

* Joan: I love what we do. I love our partnership. But we do not need to live together.

* Joan: You are what you do. You have to be happy. I don’t.

* Sherlock: You and my brother and this whole affair have upturned my life quite enough. Good luck with your hunt.

* Joan: Why didn’t you tell Sherlock? Why didn’t you tell me?

* Sherlock: It’s quite simple. You’re being framed for murder and treason.


Synopsis: Holmes arrives at the station. Watson calls his phone. He returns to the brownstone. Sherlock is furious. He deduces MI6 is involved. Mycroft tells him he’s with British Intelligence. Sherlock and Mycroft meet with Mycroft’s handler. MI6 wants Sherlock to take a case for them. They want him to look into the murder of a former agent. He heads back to the brownstone and updates Watson. They take the case and go to the morgue to take a closer look. Sherlock finds the body is missing his extremities. Sherlock and Bell talk to his ex-wife. She’s a tattoo artist and it triggers an idea. He thinks that the victim had invisible ink tattoos on his arms and that’s why there were removed from his body. That night Mycroft shows up at the brownstone to see Joan. She’s not having any of it. He tries to apologize. Sherlock pays a visit to Mycroft’s handler. He updates them on the tattoos. At the brownstone, Joan wishes to discuss something but they are interrupted by the dead man’s ex-wife. She confirms the tattoos on his arms and also provides photos of the tattoos. West thought that there was a mole in MI6. She’s now worried that whoever killed West is also after her. Sherlock has partially decoded the arm tattoos. Joan tells Sherlock she plans to move out and he won’t hear of it. Sherlock storms out. He meets with Mycroft’s handler and informs him there might be a mole. The handler asks Sherlock to work for MI6 permanently. He’s not interested. Joan chats with their house guest, the ex-Mrs. West the next morning. She tells Joan that Mycroft had left MI6 and then returned for an unknown reason. At the station, Sherlock is combing cold cases. The Captain tells him that they found the murder weapon. The fingerprint is quite distinctive. Sherlock recognizes it. Joan goes to visit Mycroft and asks about a name. He tells her that he rejoined MI6 to prevent Sherlock from going to jail. He got inadvertently with a terrorist group. Joan kisses him passionately. Back at the brownstone, Sherlock dusts a jar Mycroft picked up for prints. His fingerprints match the ones on the gun that murdered West. Back at Mycroft’s he and Joan are together. Joan tells him she told Sherlock she was moving out. Sherlock calls the handler. He tells him he knows who the mole is. Sherlock storms into Mycroft’s and finds them both. He tells them that Mycroft’s fingerprints are on the murder weapon.

Elementary S02, Ep21 – The Man with the Twisted Lip

Show: Elementary
Season: 2
Episode: 21
Title: The Man with the Twisted Lip
Original Air Date: April 24, 2014


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Favorite Quotes:

* Sherlock: The fact that I am without peer is the biggest threat to my sobriety.

* Joan: It is a term of never use it again or I will kick you in your soft parts.

* Gregson: So you went looking for a missing person and came back with a cell full of heroin dealers?

* Sherlock: Did he take liberties with you?
Joan: I don’t even know what that means.

* Joan: Are you ok? You seem very normal since I told you about Mycroft. I expected more harassment.

* Sherlock: Watson and I routinely save lives and I cannot and will not get in the way of that.

* Joan: A bug that is literally a bug. It’s like something from a sci fi movie.

* Joan: Can’t we find a hacker collective that accepts cash?

* Sherlock (to Joan): I value you as a person.


Synopsis: Sherlock is at a meeting. Joan is waiting for Sherlock outside the meeting and hears someone crying. The crying woman’s sister is missing. Joan tells Sherlock they are going to help the woman. At the brownstone, he’s reluctant. Miss Hudson is there as well as Mycroft. Sherlock is quite unhappy that his brother is there. Sherlock and Mycroft both start fighting over Joan. The pair go to the missing woman’s house. Joan finds a card that she doesn’t recognize. Sherlock finds drugs, heroin specifically. Sherlock calls the number. He plans to set up a sting. Gregson is shocked at the outcome. Bell interviews one of them and is surprised to learn that Page is missing. Mycroft and Joan are at his restaurant. He starts hitting on Joan again. She returns home to find Sherlock listening to the music that the missing woman Page created. Sherlock wakes Joan up with breakfast and then questions her about Mycroft. He then tells her about a reference in a hidden track. They visit the spot in the park. Sherlock goes silent. It’s not because of Mycroft and Joan though. He found a guitar. The two follow the footprints. Joan finds her body. Sherlock finds a body as well. Page was most likely killed because she witnessed a murder. The team interviews the dead man’s therapist. He doesn’t help much. The two go to the dead man’s place of work. They learn of a previous roommate who he was in a legal battle with. Sherlock goes to visit Mycroft. Mycroft turns it on him and tells him he’s preventing Joan from being happy. At the brownstone, Sherlock tells Joan that he saw Mycroft. He admits she is why he went there. But the visit made Sherlock think that Mycroft is a criminal. Joan yells at him, he hears a bee and catches it under a glass. But it’s not an insect it’s a machine. It’s been following them since they found the dead man. He’s deduced that both of them were killed by drones. At the station, they go over evidence again. Joan finds cryptic notes on some articles that belonged to the dead man. It seems to link back to drones and his previous employer. Joan takes off for lunch, most likely with Mycroft. Joan does have lunch with Mycroft. She lets him down easy. But informs him she plans to get her own place. If that happens then she might be able to date Mycroft. But Joan sees the criminal that Sherlock saw in the restaurant again and takes a picture. Now there are two confirmed French criminals in his restaurant. Sherlock found evidence that the dead man’s therapist was being paid by his previous employer. The therapist gets brought back in and raked over the coals. They get him to talk about what happened. In the room is another little, tiny metal bug. It bites him and injects him with poison. He dies before help arrives. Sherlock and Joan thinks everything links back to the bad drone incident and the drone company trying to cover it up. Joan proposes a bluff. Sherlock sends a message via the bug drone. Outside the office of the drone company Joan keeps watch. The COO shows up to meet Sherlock. Joan gets in the building and then plays a trick on the receptionist to sneak in. She breaks into the COO’s office while he sits on a bench with Sherlock. She finds a secret compartment with a safe inside it. Joan calls him and starts reading the report to him. At the brownstone, Joan tells Sherlock how it all resolved. Carlson was behind all of it. Joan then invites him to join her and Mycroft. She heads to the restaurant alone. Mycroft seems to be missing so she texts him. She looks around while she waits and sees the French criminals again. At the brownstone, Sherlock climbs a ladder and hides some heroin in a book. Joan follows the criminal out of the restaurant. He locks something in a compartment on a motorcycle and it’s a picture of her. He then kidnaps her.

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