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Elementary S03, Ep11 – The Illustrious Client

Show: Elementary
Season: 3
Episode: 11
Title: The Illustrious Client
Original Air Date: January 22, 2015


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Favorite Quotes:

* Kitty: You think he’s found me?
Sherlock: If he has he’s made a grave mistake. Watson and I intend to capitalize on it.

* Kitty: I’m not going anywhere. This is why I became a detective. To hunt this man. I’m ready.

* Joan: Yeah because rape is only committed by poor people.

* Kitty: It’s like you said, he’s a monster. They don’t need a why.

* Kitty: She’s lying.
Sherlock. Yes, thank you, well aware.

* Kitty: Someone hurt me Sherlock. You hurt yourself. You don’t know anything about how I’m feeling.

* Kitty: I was wrong Watson. I didn’t forget the voice, I couldn’t.


Synopsis: Joan starts her new job at the insurance company. Sherlock calls. She goes straight to the brownstone to assist Sherlock in breaking the news to Kitty that her attacker is now in New York. Sherlock tells Kitty and she is in shock. She’s not thrilled about a detail and being asked to go to a safe house. At the precinct, Gregson is not amused with how another investigation is being handled. The missing person is the dead victim. The cop doesn’t seem to care much. She shows him her scars. A woman is locked in a room. She sees the emerald ring of the previous victim on the floor. Sherlock and Joan have determined that either the killer has a type or he’s going after women who look like Kitty. The three go over her social media and computer files. A suspect is brought in for interrogation. Bell and Kitty watch it. He provides an alibi. Joan goes to the bar and shows photos around. The bartender identified the girl, but not the man. He gives her a cell hone they found. At the brownstone, Kitty is searching like crazy. The phone gets a hit. Bell sends his file to Sherlock. Meanwhile, the woman being held is rescued. The whole house is full of captive victims. They now believe this is the guy. They find the weapons used on Kitty. In the garage they find a dead man. The suspect was fleeing the scene of a murder. One of the victims asks to speak with someone. Joan and Kitty speak with her. She tells them many details. Sherlock is back at the scene of the house and crime. Simon stole a car from a neighboring house. He most likely ran to his sister who works at a hospital. When they talk to her she tells them she fixed him up and kicked him out. Sherlock walks around and becomes suspicious. They decide to tail her. He tells Joan and Kitty that he actually came there to steal a drug for a rare blood disease. Sherlock reminds Joan that she now works for an insurance company and can access information. She asks her new boss but he’s hesitant. She manages to win him over. Kitty goes to visit the sister. She apologizes. Once inside, it changes, she takes out her baton. Back at the brownstone, Joan arrives worried. She and Sherlock pondered the board. Simon’s sister finally comes in and talks. She has a phone number for Simon. They set up a call. While they didn’t get the trace, Sherlock determines he’s on a boat. The area has two marinas. Gregson searches one and comes up empty. Bell is at the other one. The drug list came up as a bust. Bell doesn’t find him. A boat trailer is empty and Sherlock becomes curious. Simon’s ex neighbor has a 27 foot boat, and it’s suddenly missing. They get him to crack. Bell gets a call from the man’s wife. The boat was on fire. Simon is likely dead. Gregson speaks with Sherlock in his office. It’s about Kitty’s visit to Simon’s sister. Gregson has to suspend Kitty from working with the department with these allegations. At the morgue, Kitty tells Sherlock this is not the guy who attacked her. They have a heart to heart. Joan’s boss calls her. Kitty surprises Joan at her apartment. She demands to know who Joan was talking to. Kitty starts shaking. She is going on about her attackers voice. Del, Joan’s new boss, it’s his voice. He’s the one who attacked Kitty.

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Elementary S03, Ep08 – End of Watch

Show: Elementary
Season: 3
Episode: 8
Title: End of Watch
Original Air Date: December 18, 2014


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Favorite Quotes:

* Sherlock: He’s armed with a toy gun.

* Kitty: Someone’s been writing down everything you say and posting it here? That’s against the rules isn’t it?

* Kitty: You are very quotable, you know.

* Sherlock: He exports violence and imports misery.

* Kitty: Was our friend there?
Sherlock: Anonymity, Kitty you really must look it up.

* Kitty: It’s the same news report as before. You’re wallowing.
Sherlock: I’m giving myself a much needed dose of self-recrimination.

* Sherlock: It’s strange to be found unique in the setting of a meeting, to stand out. It’s the one area of my life I feel part of the crowd.


Synopsis: Sherlock is at a meeting speaking. A guy comes up to him and asks if “Brain Attic” is his. He’s not thrilled, but gets a call from Gregson before he can further investigate. Sherlock and Kitty go to the scene. Bell and Joan find a fresh footprint. Sherlock removes the downed offices weapon. The magazine has air gun pellets. It’s a toy gun. The surveillance video doesn’t help. Everyone at the station gathers to listen to the final call. Gregson gives information about the funeral. Joan goes with Bell to speak with the wife. Sherlock and Kitty determined that the gun was switched prior to going out on his shift. It was likely another officer who switched the guns. Gregson already has a suspect. They interview his old partner. The slain officers’ wife tell them his life got harder after the accident. He was very proud and happy to be able to finally go back to full duty. Joan notices a lot of things are missing. She discovered that he got hooked on oxycodone. He was improving and they were going to counseling. Joan and Bell look into the possible dealer and the fake gun. At the brownstone, Kitty is working on the video. She’s able to determine the killer has a glass eye. He shows her the blog. It’s all things he’s said in meetings. Kitty volunteers to find the blogger and settle it. Joan calls with information and comes to the brownstone with security videos. She has found that Officer Flynn replaced his own gun with a toy. Sherlock and Joan tell Gregson what they think happened. The footage showed that he had purchased dozens of these toy guns. He worked at an armory. There is now concern that he may have sold dozens of police firearms to pay for his drug addiction. Kitty checks in with a birder to try and narrow down the photographer on the website. One picture gives her a date. Kitty arrives at the brownstone. Sherlock and Kitty will be tracking down the dealer. As for the armory at least 30 firearms were replaced with fake guns. Kitty shows him some photos of people who may be running the website. He recognizes someone but won’t tell Kitty who. Bell calls them, they know who the killer is. He’s been wanted by the ATF and they offer to help to catch the guy. Two patrolmen stop for coffee. While one goes in the other waits in the car. A message pops up on the computer about Burrows, the man who killed Flynn. Burrows walks right up to the car and kills the officer. At the morgue, they discuss the possibilities. Joan volunteers to look for any connection between the two officers. Sherlock has a chat with Darren about the website he created. He tells him how his words helped him and that is why he shared it. He refuses to take it down. Sherlock asks him if his wife knows about his affair. He threatens to tell his wife if the site stays up. Bell and Joan go to visit the most recent fallen officer’s cousin. He’s not helpful. At the brownstone, Joan and Kitty walk in to Sherlock practicing his blow dart skills on a picture of the murderer. Sherlock is still stuck on the drug dealer. Joan realizes that Flynn played sports. It’s possible that “6” was actually an old team mate from when he played football. He’s brought in and they interview him. He tells them about the man buying guns for pills. It was as they suspected, Flynn ended his habit, and cut off the supply of guns. Sherlock races to Gregson. There’s going to be a heist at that armory. The murderer killed the officers to get everyone out and rip off all the weapons at the armory. At the armory, the heist happens. Kitty informs Sherlock the website is down. Kitty and Sherlock head downstairs to find Joan has made a discovery. She thinks he’s hiding guns in furniture to smuggle them. Sherlock notes how quickly Burrows killed the second officer after the first. He had a dead line he has to meet. It allows them to track him and arrest him. When they haul him out he finds almost the full police force waiting to give him a perp walk. Sherlock attends another meeting. He looks up the site to read, “I’m sorry.”

Elementary S03, Ep07 – The Adventures of the Nutmeg Concoction

Show: Elementary
Season: 3
Episode: 7
Title: The Adventures of the Nutmeg Concoction
Original Air Date: December 11, 2014


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Favorite Quotes:

* Sherlock: My spirit of volunteerism is not without its limits.

* Joan: Well, we’re all set on the nutmeg front.

* Joan: How do two adults have a relationship where one never calls the other anything but the nose?

* Gregson: How do they find him? He got a yelp page?

* Kitty: You can get high on nutmeg?
Sherlock: I can’t say it’s a particularly satisfying experience but yeah.

* Sherlock: I don’t think we’re going to be hearing from Mr. Woodbine anytime soon. Our cleaners been cleaned.


Synopsis: A woman hires Joan to find her missing sister. She’s been missing for five years. Her case has a link to several others, the smell of nutmeg. Joan is at a coffee bar and Kitty tracks her down to try and find some casework. She immediately starts forwarding information to Sherlock, who volunteers to help. Sherlock and Joan go to the Behavioral Sciences Unit at the FBI to get the profile. The agent is not cooperative. Sherlock still gets the profile as he uses other agents against him. After reading the profile, he feels each of the six kidnappings was done by different people. At the station, the three work on the cases. In one of the victims belongings there are keys. Only one isn’t labeled so they go to her building and try every door. They find a man’s apartment. He had an affair with her. He proves he was out of state during her disappearance. Back at the brownstone, Joan lays down the law to Sherlock and makes him work. She leaves and runs into an old flame. He wants to hire her to find out who stole is medical card. Joan meets Sherlock at Sing Sing. He grills her about this old flame. There was a file on Jessica’s computer that links to a criminal. They are there to speak with him. He’s not amused. But to be on the gardening crew he gives them a lot of information. Sherlock received a text from Miss Hudson. There’s an area that’s been shot up and it smells of nutmeg. Sherlock and Joan go to the scene. One of Sherlock’s irregulars arrives. He’s got a great nose and will sniff out the scene. He detects all kinds of things including sodium peroxide. The nutmeg scent concoction actually belongs to a common scene cleaner. At the station, Sherlock lays out the evidence so far. He wants to find the cleaner and other cases that he’s cleaned. At the brownstone, Kitty lets Joan know she found the identity thief. Sherlock is trying to create an ad to find the cleaner. Joan gives her friend the information on the identity thief. At the station, Joan is sorting through a long list of people trained to clean crime scenes. Sherlock arrives and tells about an attempt to meet the cleaner that went terribly wrong. Joan gets a text and her ex, who she helped with an identity thief, he is asking her out. Sherlock then tries to analyze her. Sherlock has found something with a mural. Conrad Combine is obsessed with nutmeg. They go to visit him and find his nutmeg concoction. He’s brought into the station for questioning. He doesn’t’ cooperate. They have figure out who would want each person dead and see if they can get them to flip on the cleaner. Sherlock might have found a whole bunch of victims. Joan gets a text and heads out. Later, Joan meets Sherlock at the station to interview the man who may have hired the cleaner. But Sherlock goes off on a tangent about Joan’s love life. They offer him immunity to flip on Woodbine. He flips and gives him up. They storm his offices and it smells of nutmeg. He’s very much dead and cleaned at this point. As Kitty dismantles the murder board she notices something in a photo. He is Woodbine’s superintendent, but he was also at a killers trial. Sherlock and Joan go back to see the murderer. They know it’s his son who is the new cleaner. They offer him a deal ot save his son. Kitty relaxes while Sherlock shows her video of the son being arrested. He congratulates her on figuring out what actually happened. At Joan’s, she is preparing a welcome home dinner for Andrew.

Elementary S03, Ep05 – Rip Off

Show: Elementary
Season: 3
Episode: 5
Title: Rip Off
Original Air Date:


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Favorite Quotes:

* Sherlock: Guarding a puddle are you? Got demoted?
Belle: Haven’t you heard, it’s not the size of the crime scene that counts

* Kitty: I’d say she’s got a right to make record of her work and her stories.

* Sherlock: When we find this man he should stand trail for murder and crimes against the English language.


Synopsis: A woman walks through a red puddle and its got body parts in it. At the brownstone, Sherlock gives Kitty an agreement to sign. He and Kitty meet Belle at the scene. Sherlock thinks he knows where the rest of the body is. The trio winds up at the impound yard. He finds the rest of the body stuck under one of the towed cars. In the morgue, they get a rundown from the coroner. Sherlock determines he’s Jewish and they canvas the synagogues. Sherlock and Kitty find the one he belonged to. They learn of his business and go there to ask questions. Sherlock checks the breaker box and finds it’s fake. It’s hiding a high tech safe. Sherlock easily cracks the safe code and finds a ledger inside. At the brownstone, Sherlock is acting odd with Kitty even for him. He’s upset that he found a book that Joan wrote about him. While ranting he cracks the code. The dead man was a diamond smuggler. They go to the station to look through files. A briefcase turns up and it’s got diamonds. Belle is invited to the brownstone, to see how the killer ripped off the victim’s hand. A human would be strong enough to rip off the hand if the wrist was broken. There’s a gym not far from the victim’s office. Kitty and Sherlock wait on a manager at the gym. Kitty asks about the book. Sherlock confronts a giant sized man there. Sherlock challenges him to arm wrestling. It’s quite a laugh. He got a DNA sample. Kazmir decides to offer a full confession. They go over the evidence provided by Kazmir. There are three names still remaining to be killed. One of them works at the victims office. They talk to him and learn more about the smuggling. Kitty pays the Captain a visit. She discusses his daughter’s situation with him. Belle interviews someone caught with illegal diamonds. He tells them that the victim was getting out of diamonds. Sherlock and Kitty discuss the case at the brownstone. He challenges Kitty to come up with another suspect. The book comes up again. Kitty wants to read it. She thinks Sherlock is afraid to. Kitty pours a soda on the laptop with the book destroying it. Belle emails Sherlock letting him know that the hit money was found, but contains no prints. Kitty thinks Amit is behind the murder. Belle brings him in. Sherlock and Kitty lay out quite the plot. He spills the beans. Gregson goes to his daughters precinct and shakes the cops hand he hit. Even though he doesn’t want to because he hit his daughter. He tells Gregson he is leaving the force to do private security. He tells her that Kitty paid him a visit. At the station, Gregson sees Kitty. He tells her what happened. She arrives back at the brownstone. He brings up the book this time. He clearly wishes he’d read it.

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.

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.

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