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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Jeremy Lopez
Micah Erlich
Steve Park ...
Oren Watson (as Stephen Park)
Charles Briggs
John Bolger ...
David Batonvert
Gwen / Olivia Lynch
Dee Hoty ...
Alan Kent
Gabrielle Harper
Nat McIntyre ...


Micah Erlich hires Holmes to solve urgently the robbery of diamonds in David Batonvert's Manhattan exchange from his world-reputed security firm's top-range vault model, the 'impregnable' Leviathan, before the news wrecks the manufacturer. Both men remember it was actually cracked once four years ago by a brilliant team of four, who were tried and jailed, but draw different conclusions concerning a connection, which Holmes has to revise while his investigation progresses with the help of his own consultants. Meanwhile he helps Watson deal with her unexpectedly visiting family rather then cancel her buddy job with him. Written by KGF Vissers

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Crime | Drama | Mystery


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13 December 2012 (USA)  »

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During the lunch scene, Watson's mother mentions that she heard from Watson's brother, Oren. O-Ren Ishi is the name of Lucy Lui's character in Kill Bill, Vol 1 See more »


The coffee order which linked the original Leviathan breakers, on the back of which the Malboge code is written, features the name of the second Leviathan breakers instead. See more »


[first lines]
Dr. Joan Watson: [coming downstairs] Hey, are you going to get the-?
[sees Gwen in the living room, wearing Sherlock's t-shirt and little else]
Gwen Lynch: Hey! Sherlock's still asleep, I wasn't sure if I should get the door. I'm Gwen. You're the companion, right?
Dr. Joan Watson: ...Yes.
Gwen Lynch: [laughs] I guess I should get dressed.
[Watson turns off the TV, then goes to the foyer to open the door]
Olivia Lynch: Sorry, I wasn't sure if you wanted me to get the-! Oh, you're not Sherlock.
[Watson does a double take]
Olivia Lynch: You're the companion, right?
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Great twist on a fascinating character
15 December 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

While it can sometimes be a bit predictable (I've watched 10 episodes so far), I thoroughly enjoy Elementary.

The great twist? Lucy Liu as Watson.

The interaction between Holmes and Watson is wonderful and the show itself is enjoyable and entertaining.

I've read some negative reviews, however I base my opinion on the entertainment value. And Elementary does a good job - I hope the show will be picked up for a second season and we get a chance to see the characters develop.

If you're a fan of anything 'Sherlock Holmes' be sure to check out the BBC production called 'Sherlock.' Another good show.

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