When a hedge fund manager who was also running a Ponzi scheme is murdered, Holmes and Watson must determine which of his clients is guilty. Also, Sherlock contemplates sponsoring a fellow recovering addict, on Elementary, Thursday,10/9c. Only CBS
Sherlock and Watson clear the name of an innocent man as Detective Bell is suddenly gunned down.
Sherlock and Watson go over what could have inspired a schizophrenic man to kill his girlfriend.
As Sherlock tells the story of a lone gunman who entered the police station, the partnership of Sherlock and Watson is in jeopardy.
As Bell struggles with his new injuries, Watson hopes he will return to the line of duty.
As Sherlock stops by to see Detective Bell, it's clear that the relationship between the two will never be the same.
Sherlock's testimony is suddenly interrupted by Watson.
Sherlock and Watson are the victim of a killer's sense of humor.
As the life of innocent woman hangs in the balance, Sherlock plans a crime of his own.
A simple test leads Sherlock to wonder if he can match wits with a suspected serial killer.
As Sherlock and Watson are taken off the case to prove that a serial killer is taunting the NYPD, Sherlock comes up with a plan that may compromise his principles.
Much to Sherlock and Watson's surprise, an unexpected guest arrives to clear his name.
Sherlock opens up to Watson about how his demons make him a better detective than most.
With Sherlock taking some rare time off a case, Watson takes the lead with Detective Bell for the motive of a hidden killer.
A sudden discovery by Watson leads the duo to wonder if a victim's blood can tell a tale of murder better than it's players.