Elementary S02, Ep16 – The One Percent Solution

Show: Elementary
Season: 2
Episode: 16
Title: The One Percent Solution
Original Air Date: February 27, 2014


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Favorite Quotes:

* Joan: Are you mad that he’s stealing your act? Or annoyed that he managed to pull it off?

* Sherlock: He’s more than just an annoyance now. He’s involved in this somehow.

* Joan: Just so I’m clear, you don’t think your ex-partner helped plan a mass murder, do you?
Sherlock: Not wittingly.

* Joan: I think Lestrad just tried to recruit me.

* Joan: He lied to us. I want to know why.

* Joan: I know you’ve worked with Lestrad for a long time but it’s getting hard not to think of him as a straight up suspect.

* Sherlock: I think you’ve allowed yourself to become a bit of a fool, but in spite of that I can’t believe you’d allow yourself to become involved in a murder.

* Sherlock: So he views everyone he meets as a potential prostitute.

* Joan: So what is he? A serial indecent proposer?

* Joan: Why is the chicken outside my door?
Sherlock: To wake you of course.

* Joan: So now what? We own chickens, don’t we? I’m not feeding them.


Synopsis: A phone rings, but it’s attached underneath a table in a restaurant and it explodes. At the brownstone, Joan arrives home to find Sherlock with two chickens that he has rescued from a cock fighting room. Sherlock gets a text from Gregson. He and Joan head to meet him. It’s the bomb scene. They take in the scene. Lestrad appears on the scene, he works for one of the victims. He decides to start a war of words with Holmes. Joan gets a text from the hospital and is informed that two victims are able to talk. The three head to the hospital to interview the two. Sherlock and Watson get annoyed at Lestrad and break away to interview the manager. Back at the brownstone, Sherlock is watching video of Lestrad plagiarizing him. Downstairs, Sherlock and Joan do more analysis of the bomb’s location under the table. They take a closer look at the three who suffered the worst injuries. Lestrad calls and is stunned at Sherlock’s change in direction. Sherlock and Joan head off to see Lestrad’s boss, but Lestrad has beat him to it. Sherlock notices a book written about the Teton’s written by the man. The two go to the hotel and watch the security footage. They discover the mystery man is Lestrad. At the brownstone, they discuss this new lead. Lestrad shows up. He’s come to apologize. He also tells them that he has side affairs and he gets him hotel rooms to cover it up. He brings up the waiter again. Joan politely kicks him out. He tries to steal Joan away. She also snatched his phone. Sherlock has baked his thinking recipe. He also discovered that the now dead man was being investigated because he was planning a coup. Lestrad calls, he’s found the missing waiter. Joan goes to the station to meet with Lestrad and the waiter. He gives them a new lead. Sherlock spooks Lestrad at his place. He lays out the evidence against him and confronts him. He finally tells Sherlock everything. At the brownstone, Sherlock brings Joan up to speed. The next morning, Joan is woken by a rooster crowing outside her door. Sherlock wanted to show her thermal scans of New York. He’s tracked down the bomber. The crew stakes out the bombers house. Gregson informs them they got a warrant to go in. They find him in the garage dead. The bomb he was building killed him. Sherlock finds this bomb was going to a bio-tech company. Since he’s been dead over a week, he did not bomb the restaurant. At the brownstone, Sherlock keeps ignoring Lestrad. Sherlock is re-examining the injured again. But now Lestrad is at the door. He’s enraged because his bosses secret is out. The blackmailer wants stock trades completed. This new information has led Sherlock to the party responsible for the crimes. The three go tell Lestrad’s boss what’s going on and who is behind it all. It’s the woman who they interviewed in the hospital. He’d rather give her what she wants, but Lestrad informs him that Sherlock and Joan don’t do bribes. At the hospital, they stop Ms. Forrester before she escapes. Sherlock finally re-introduces the roosters to each other to see if they are going to fight or not. They are now just regular roosters again, no longer fighters.

Elementary S02, Ep14 – Dead Clade Walking

Show: Elementary
Season: 2
Episode: 14
Title: Dead Clade Walking
Original Air Date: January 30, 2014


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Favorite Quotes:

* Sherlock: How on earth did you make a career of working with addicts?

* Sherlock: It’s a collage, I don’t do crafts.

* Joan: And how exactly is your naughty pen pal supposed to help us?

* Sherlock: A perfectly good solution has to be chucked due to..
Joan: Compassion?

* Joan: It sounds like a really good episode of Nova but how does it help our investigation?

* Sherlock: I’d say our investigation just got a bit of focus.


Synopsis: Sherlock is using a drill on a skull in the kitchen. He gets a text and heads to help Randy. Before he leaves he meets Gay and she is helping Joan work on one of his cold cases. Sherlock meets with Randy. He’s upset over a girlfriend. She seems to be why he gets high. Joan and Gay head to the property where the cold case murder happened. The backyard is still the same. The rock is about 65-million-year-old marine rock. She thinks it’s an archeological specimen. Joan steals the rock and gets a friend at the hospital to do a CT scan. Inside the rock is a complete dinosaur. They head to a museum and show the scan to a curator. It’s an extremely rare dinosaur and worth a fortune. Back at the brownstone the duo continues analyzing the case. Joan discovers that there is a fleet of ice cream trucks that run in the winter and it links to the case. The Captain and the two stakeout the trucks and take one down as it does a buy. Turns out it’s Cuban cigars. They interrogate him and don’t make any progress. Several guys from customs come calling and takes the fossil, but the first pair were not real. They just stole the fossil. Sherlock and Joan go to visit one of his contacts. He learns of the magpie, the suspected smuggler. At the brownstone, Sherlock creates something to get his attention. As Sherlock prepares to drill a hole in the skull Randy texts him. Sherlocks loses his cool over the druggie girlfriend. Joan calls him with an update about his “bauble.” She thinks the magpie has taken the bait. Sherlock and Joan take the item to the meeting location. However, they find a dead man. The rock is also there, but it’s been smashed to pieces and the fossil destroyed. At the brownstone, Joan finds Gay passed out on the couch. Sherlock has also employed her. They discuss the KT boundary. This fossil could have proved that some dinosaurs survived the extinction. At that station, Joan speaks to a number of anti- Dead Clade Walking theorists. They ask for everyone to give DNA samples. All but one complies. They get a match to one of the people but he’s in a wheelchair. Bell informs them there are two sets of DNA but this man’s DNA matches only one. His lawyer provides an air tight alibi for the time of the murder. He’s been framed. In their kitchen, Sherlock has sliced up all the case files to eat it. Joan stops him. The next morning, she wakes up to a book in her bed. It has a map of the natural history museum. He’s protesting a skeleton he believes is a fraudulent dimetrodon. The curator comes up to them angrily. Joan calls him out for what he’s done. He confesses with a little help. Joan arrives home and gives Sherlock a package that was on the porch for him. As he opens it he’s interrupted by a knock at the door. It’s Randy. He confesses to Sherlock that he got high with Eve and then ended things with her. Sherlock and he go to a meeting.

Elementary S02, Ep13 – All in the Family

Show: Elementary
Season: 2
Episode: 13
Title: All in the Family
Original Air Date: January 9, 2014


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Favorite Quotes:

* Joan: The mob was like a soap opera.

* Sherlock: Did you collect these people’s trading cards as a child?

* Sherlock: I was right, not one day in prison.

* Sherlock: I’m not a deranged lunatic, but by all means keep pushing me.

* Sherlock: Not true of course, the truth is much stranger.

* Joan: He told you Deputy DeSilva, Bell’s new boss, is dirty?

* Sherlock: We should know the truth before we decide, don’t you agree?


Synopsis: Sherlock looks at the leg of a suspect at the station. Joan lays out everything he has stolen from a museum. The suspect has a false leg that has a hidden compartment. He uses it to smuggle items out. Bell is in his new job and he is assigned a case and gets to do field work. He’s got to go to an oil recycling company. Bell and his partner get a tour of the recycling company. Bell examines some of the barrels. He finds one barrel is stuffed with a homicide victim. Gregson meets Bell there, along with Sherlock and Joan. Joan takes a closer look at the body and realizes she recognizes him. He’s been missing for 20 plus years. Mr. Padilla identifies his son’s body in the morgue. Sherlock pays a visit to the Demographics Unit. He doesn’t get the information he hopes to. But he also offers his services to the unit head as well. Bell and Sherlock have a little dust up. Back at the brownstone Joan is studying files, when she calls for Sherlock, he appears look as if he’s been cutting up a body. Joan has picked out a suspect. Then paints quite a picture. The two head to the suspect’s house and go through his garbage. They confront him. He gets in his car to leave and it explodes. Gregson is worried that a mob war is going to be triggered. Inside, Sherlock finds a small piece of the skull. Sherlock finds out that the NSA gave this hitman the information he used to track down and kill Handsome Bobby. Joan runs into Bell at the station. When he tells Joan about Sherlock’s plan she is shocked. Joan arrives at the brownstone to find Sherlock exploding bombs. Joan confronts him about the time-sharing plan. The argue but his phone goes off and stops them cold. Sherlock goes to a building under construction. He meets with the same guy from the NSA. He reveals that those materials were requested by a cop. The request came from Demographics unit chief. At the brownstone, Joan and Sherlock discuss DeSilva and the possibility he is corrupt. They ask Bell to come over and he’s not amused. As Bell leaves Sherlock goes after him. They have a major fight. Joan and Sherlock visit Mr. Ferrera, one of the mob bosses. He does tell them about a packet that was sent to Dante, it was not requested. He denies being involved. Bell follows up with DeSilva about the tip. At the brownstone, Joan thinks the pizza has finally arrived, but it’s Bell. He tells them that he questioned DeSilva about the tip. Bell also brought proof that DeSilva is dirty. DeSilva was a good cop and that’s how he rose to the top, but something happened to tip him to the mob. Sherlock thinks his goal was to start a mob war. In Demographics Bell gives DeSilva some news about the case. DeSilva calls Pardilla, he’s on a boat. DeSilva has a gun with a silencer. Bell is heard over a loudspeaker and DeSilva is arrested and so is Pardilla. In Gregson’s office, he thanks Sherlock for straightening out the situation with Bell. As they pass each other they nod.

Elementary S02, Ep12 – The Diabolical Kind

Show: Elementary
Season: 2
Episode: 12
Title: The Diabolical Kind
Original Air Date: January 2, 2014


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Favorite Quotes:

* Joan: So all of this is in the name of science?

* Joan: I’m a detective. You didn’t show me these letters. You hid them in a beehive.

* Moriarty: You look a bit tired.
Sherlock: You look a bit evil.

* Joan: Is that why you’ve been writing him? You want to figure him out?

* Joan: Nothing crazy people do surprises me.

* Sherlock (re M): I suppose I had hoped she could undergo a metamorphosis of her own.


Synopsis: Joan informs Sherlock she’s off to a coffee date. Sherlock is sitting in the chair in his beekeeping suit. He’s on the roof, smoking the beehives, and removes a case of letters. He writes to Moriarty. We then see Moriarty, she’s painted a portrait of Joan. A group men clad in black and heavily armed break into a house and kill a man. They then wake up a little girl in bed and kidnap her. Gregson, Sherlock and Joan go over the crime scene. A call comes in to the child’s mother. The ransom amount is $50 million. Sherlock recognizes the voice, it’s Moriarty. Sherlock tells Gregson. At the brownstone, Sherlock shows Joan all of the letters. Sherlock gets a call from Gregson, they have approval to see Moriarty. She has been moved to a Navy base. Joan sees the portrait and is shocked. Gregson informs Moriarty of why they are there. She says it’s not her group. But Sherlock informs her that it was the same man she had call him. We see the little girl. One of the kidnappers is trying to play cribbage with her. At the station Joan and Sherlock discuss Moriarty. Moriarty and her prison guard walk into the station. She’s been granted a favor and will assist. They agree. She gives a sketch of the man who did the kidnapping and sketches she’s made of the captors. Now she wants access to the crime scene. Joan volunteers to babysit her. Joan and Moriarty have quite the conversation. She returns to the brownstone and Sherlock is having a conversation on the phone in another language. He’s upset because none of the names or faces they were given can be identified or verified. Joan suggests they go back over the evidence. Joan tells him of her concerns. A pair of officers are called to a scene, one was looking at the sketches on his phone. They find a man who appears drunk. It’s an ambush and both officers re shot. One of the cops is able to shoot one of them. But the other escapes with the knowledge his photo is being spread around. The dead man is one of the men Moriarty sketched. In the morgue, Gregson is upset. Sherlock determines they wanted to see the sketches on the officer’s phone. Sherlock confronts Moriarty and that she hid messages in the sketches. He completely loses his temper and she is shocked. The captor calls Gregson. Sherlock immediately ends Moriarty’s consultancy. At the brownstone, they’ve gathered that she was passing numbers through the sketches. Sherlock had the last two weeks’ worth of Ledgers gathered to analyze them for codes. He analyzes the message in the paper. In her cell, Moriarty begins her escape by attacking the one guard who interacts with her. Based on Sherlock’s code breaking in the paper, the kidnapped child is Moriarty’s daughter. At the location they are keeping the child, shots ring out. Devon safeguards her and goes out to check on the situation. Moriarty is there and she kills each of them. In her cell, Gregson lays out her escape. Sherlock informs Gregson that she has gone to fetch her daughter. Moriarty calls her and tells him where to find her. He arrives. She is sitting waiting for him. She tells him the little girl is safe. They have a very strange conversation. He carries her out of the building. Later, in front of the fire, Sherlock is visibly upset. Instead of throwing the letters in the fire he puts them back in the box in the beehive.

Elementary S02, Ep11 – Internal Audit

Show: Elementary
Season: 2
Episode: 11
Title: Internal Audit
Original Air Date: December 12, 2013


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Favorite Quotes:

* Sherlock: Irony of ironies, our killer arrived just in time to stop Mr. Houser from shooting himself.

* Joan: Just because she said she was home alone during the time of the murder doesn’t mean she did it.
Sherlock: Nor does it mean she didn’t.

* Sherlock: Very few of us are either completely good or completely evil.

* Sherlock: Rare to come across such a literal case of someone shooting the messenger.

* Joan: Did you not learn anything from what happened to Bell? He got hurt because of choices we made.


Synopsis: At the station Bell is back at work. He still can’t use his right arm well. Joan brings him some ready to cook dinners. He doesn’t know if the damage is permanent yet. Sherlock is with Alfredo. Sherlock is trying to break into an expensive car and fails. They discuss what happened to Bell. In another location, an older man is drinking and watching a news show. He pulls out a gun. As he is about to kill himself he gets shot in the leg. But someone else comes and shoots him several times. A woman comes in later and finds him dead. The team is on the scene. It was his personal chef who found him. They speak with her. Sherlock informs Gregson that the dead man was about to commit suicide and was interrupted by the person who killed him. At the brownstone, Joan identifies over 1,000 suspects that could want him dead. Sherlock suspects the chef. Joan tells Sherlock Bell is back, but on desk duty. Joan goes to visit the chef. They clearly know each other. She was one of Joan’s sober clients. Joan tells her that she is going to tell Sherlock about their previous relationship because he thinks she is a suspect in the case. Joan speaks with Sherlock at the station and tells him about her history. Sherlock now leaves her and begins on the rest of the suspects. The pair go to speak with a name Chloe gives them. Mr. Houser did not steal from this man’s charity. Sherlock gets a call from an officer. He’s at a residence where Sherlock had left a voice mail. The woman is dead. She most likely was killed by the same person has Houser. Sherlock finds something on the door. He left sap on the door. They go to a park that contains the sap on the door. The park is full of skateboarders. Joan is going to chat with them regarding video footage they shot that could contain the killer. Sherlock goes to see Alfredo but finds Randy. Alfredo wants Sherlock to sponsor Randy. He is not interested. Back at the brownstone, Joan is watching hours and hours of videos shot of the skateboarders. Sherlock tells Joan he was ambushed and asked to become a sponsor but turned it down. Joan spots someone in the video she recognizes that connects to Chloe. Joan goes to Chloe’s and tells her about the person on the video. His name is Nelson and he goes back to her drug troubles. Chloe does not want Joan to tell the police about how she knows him. She is in a custody battle and does not want to lose her son. She invokes the confidentiality agreement. When Joan tells Sherlock about it he’s livid. She stands her ground. At Alfredo’s he awakes to the sound of the sports car’s engine revving. He’s shocked to see Sherlock sitting in it. They discuss what’s been going on with the case. As well as Sherlock being a sponsor. He returns to the brownstone early the next morning to find Joan working in the living room. Joan has not been able to find Maddox on Houser’s list of clients. Joan also got the video of Maddox released to the news. She thinks Maddox took Chloe’s laptop. Joan’s phone goes off, Maddox has been identified. Houser’s friend links him to Madddox and the art world. They investigate a gallery. Sherlock follows some scuff marks that he follows. His dead body is in the dumpster. Gregson found Maddox’s car and the gun used to murder Houser and Nunez. Maddox was a high-end drug dealer for gallery patrons. Sherlock thinks the gallery is actually a money laundering business. They head back to Weiss for a third time. He’s been embezzling money from his own charity. They lay out that Weiss hired Maddox to kill Houser to protect himself. Bell pops into Gregson’s office but instead finds DeSilva. He runs the Demographics Unit. He wants Bell to work for him. At the brownstone, the doorbell rings and it’s Randy. Sherlock agrees to be his sponsor.

Elementary S02, Ep10 – Tremors

Show: Elementary
Season: 2
Episode: 10
Title: Tremors
Original Air Date: December 5, 2013


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Favorite Quotes:

* Sherlock: So, some degree of criminality is acceptable, the rest is just negotiating boundaries?

* Sherlock: Det. Bell is several standard deviations above the norm. I have always regarded him as such.

* Gregson: Be nice. It’s the smart play.

* Joan: For a genius, you can be a real nimrod.

* Joan: This is not about logic, it’s the right thing to do.


Synopsis: A man walks into the station saying he’s the knight and that he killed the queen. In the next scene, Sherlock is on a witness stand and he’s telling the story of this man to the court. Sherlock is on trial of sorts. He screwed up royally and this hearing is to determine if he and Joan will be allowed to continue consulting with the NYPD. He’s questioned about all the places he’s gained entry into. Back to the case of the man with the shot gun. Gregson and Bell try to interview him but Joan believes his is schizophrenic and suffering a psychotic break. One of Joan’s old contacts identifies the suspect. Joan, Bell and Sherlock investigate his apartment. Based on what was in the apartment Bell figures out the queen’s name and address. They go to her place. He finds her dead on the floor. Sherlock explains to the court that he did not believe Silas killed her because of where she was shot. Joan comes into the court to deliver a message for Gregson and he leaves with her. They go to a hospital regarding Det. Bell. His surgery didn’t go well and he may lose the use of his arm. He had a blood clot. Sherlock tries to be nice to the prosecutor but she is offended. They continue discussing Roda’s murder and bring up her cancer. Joan and Sherlock interview her oncologist. We learn that her life insurance policy was making payments to her against it. Her agent was James Dillin. Sherlock and Joan pay him a visit and it doesn’t go well. His alibi was confirmed. Back at the brownstone Sherlock goes over her autopsy report with Joan. Joan suggests testing the vitreous fluid in her eyes. She was killed by potassium poisoning. Sherlock goes a bit off the rails though. Back at the brownstone Sherlock is making Yorkshire Pudding. But he promptly throws it away. Joan is upset over Bell getting shot. The next day Joan is on the stand. She sticks to the story that Sherlock laid out on breaking and entering. Sherlock decides he wants to cross examine Joan. He questions her about Roda’s murder. Joan goes over the details and how that lead them to someone with a medical background. She determines the heart was destroyed with the shotgun to hide evidence. She was suffering from an enlarged heart and would have started to feel symptoms. It was a side effect of her cancer drug trial. It would have ended the trial. It turns out that her oncologist killed her. The prosecutor redirects. She asks Joan to tell what happened after they got the confession. Sherlock, Joan and Bell leave the station. They are approached by Dillin. He pulls a gun on Sherlock and Bells jumps in front taking the bullet. The hearing has ended. Joan goes to see Bell. He’s upset. Back at the brownstone Sherlock is too. He’s going overboard with single stick. She calls him out on his cowardice and guilt over Bell getting shot. Back in the courtroom the judge delivers his verdict. His recommendation is that Sherlock and Watson be terminated as consultants. The prosecutor invites Sherlock to go to a meeting with her. The commissioner goes to visit Bell. He asks him for his opinion about Sherlock and Watson. Sherlock finally goes to visit Bell. Sherlock tells Bell that the commissioner didn’t terminate he and Watson. Sherlock thanks him for saving his life. He also apologizes to Bell, in his own way. He tries to make it up to Bell by offering to pay for his recovery. But Bell refuses and exits.

Elementary S02, Ep09 – On The Line

Show: Elementary
Season: 2
Episode: 9
Title: On The Line
Original Air Date: November 21, 2013


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Favorite Quotes:

* Sherlock: Drag the river beneath this spot, you’ll find the gun.

* Sherlock: I think we have a different definition of the word obvious.

* Joan: If he didn’t kill Allie than why plan ahead to beat the polygraph?

* Sherlock: We know about the bomb Mr. Bunch. The one you strapped to her ankle.

* Sherlock: Yours was not a perfect crime.

* Sherlock: I’m curious, did you come here to scare us tonight? Or are you just being a good predator?
Joan: How many others have there been?

* Gregson: Let me tell you what’s good for morale. Holmes closes cases more and faster than anyone I’ve ever seen.

* Sherlock: Samantha Warbash gave her life to do that and I undid her sacrifice.

* Sherlock: I’m having difficulty imagining what circumstances would waylay a mother who has waited 8 years to see justice for her daughter.

* Sherlock: You don’t want your employees to know you’ve repeatedly abducted, raped, and murdered young victims.

* Joan: Actually, I think you showed great restraint by not beating him to death.

* Sherlock: I consider you exceptional so I make an exceptional effort to accommodate you.

* Joan: You must accept for that as long as you choose to be a part of my life there will occasionally be fall out from my behavior.


Synopsis: A woman is on a bridge. She points a gun at her face, it has a weight attached to it. She pulls the trigger and the gun is pulled into the water. Sherlock is called to scene of the bridge. Gregson tells them they have arrested someone for her murder. He tells Sherlock and Watson of how the victim’s sister murdered. Sherlock informs them that she committed suicide. He points out wire scratches. At the station the suspect takes a polygraph. It gets cut short because the gun is found. Sherlock now suspects him to be a serial killer. Sherlock and Joan inform him he used tricks to beat the polygraph and they believe he did kill her sister. They bring in the detective who investigated the sister’s death. He doesn’t believe it was Bunch. Sherlock and the detective have a slight dispute. Gregson tells them to leave the detective alone. At the brownstone Joan defends the detective. Joan is watching a video from the original case. Joan notices she is favoring her leg. He thinks that she had a bomb on her ankle, a fake bomb. Lucas Bunch shows up at the brownstone. Sherlock grabs a knife and invites him in. They confront him about the polygraph. Sherlock steers the conversation to the original murder. He lays out the murder. Bunch threatens them and leaves. The next day the detective is called in and is confronted about giving out Sherlock’s address. Joan informs him that Bunch killed others. He is a serial killer and he picks victims based on geography because he was a mover. He did not care about physical characteristics. Gregson now takes over running the case because they have found additional victims. One of the family’s gets interviewed. Gregson confronts the detective again at the bar. He threatens Gregson. Sherlock arrives back at the brownstone, he struck out in his interview. Sherlock asks her why she was upset today and she shows him a drawing making fun of them. They have a blow up because he doesn’t play nice with others. Joan gets a call from one of the victim’s husband. A member of his support group has a missing daughter and dated Bunch. Sherlock calls the woman. What she tells them fits his pattern. She also informs them of a second home. They decide to make the trip up. The mother doesn’t show up and when Sherlock calls Bunch answers. Sherlock calls 911 to get her help. They arrive to meet police. Cynthia confirms they did not speak to her and that she has no kids. Bunch arrives at his studio to find a bullet hole and Sherlock. He confronts him about catfishing the relatives of his victims. He upsets Sherlock enough that he punches him like a single stick. In Gregson’s office Sherlock is not being charged, but will be hit with a restraining order. Sherlock apologizes for falling into Bunch’s bait. Gregson pulls them from the case. Sherlock sits in front of the fire at the brownstone. Joan examines his hand and informs him he broke his finger. This discuss the case and the damage he’s done to it. He gets a strange text about a murder and they head to the scene. It’s another kidnapping. Bell asks why they are there and Sherlock shows him the phone and the message. Sherlock and Joan are asked to leave. Sherlock lifted a hairbrush with the kidnapped woman’s DNA. He plans to frame him. Upon arriving at the brownstone Sherlock informs Joan that he will be doing it alone. Joan tries to dissuade him. He realizes that the victims have to be kept close by. Gregson and Sherlock appear at Bunch’s studio, where he believes he is keeping her. There is a discrepancy on the blueprints. The search shows a locked space. Sherlock picks the lock and finds the kidnapped woman. But she tells him there is another woman in the space as well. It was one of the missing women. Mrs. Spaulding was held hostage the entire time she was missing. At the station Gregson makes an announcement regarding Sherlock and Watson. He thanks the good cops but puts everyone on notice, if they don’t like how he runs his prescient that they need not come back. At the brownstone Sherlock revisits the topic of being “nice.” He tells her he has no reason to play nicely with anyone other than her. That this will cause occasional fall out, but it is what it is.

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