When a beautiful young woman is murdered, Holmes and Watson investigate her ties to a billionaire CEO. Meanwhile, Mycroft makes a case for Sherlock to move back to London.

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Ian Gale
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Natalie Gale
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Alan Becker
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Ray McKibben
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Arthur Watkins
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Maureen Tyler
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Haley Tyler
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When a beautiful young woman is murdered, Holmes and Watson investigate her ties to a billionaire CEO. Meanwhile, Mycroft makes a case for Sherlock to move back to London.

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Crime | Drama | Mystery

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TV-14
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14 November 2013 (USA)  »

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Actors Casey Biggs and William Sadler both appeared on Star Trek - Deep Space Nine. Biggs portrayed Gul Damar, Sadler Section 31 Agent Sloan. See more »

Goofs

When Sherlock and Watson confront Ian Gale in the hotel he tells them that his daughter, Hayley, is the product of a one night stand he had in the mid 80's. However, when Watson was reading her driver's license her date of birth was clearly listed as October 11, 1972, making her birthdate a minimum of 13 years before her supposed conception could have occurred. See more »

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Dr. Joan Watson: This is one of those "so many questions" moments. Why only three times a year?
Sherlock Holmes: Well, I'm not sure. Having never milked a moose, I imagine one must catch it in the right mood.
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Elementary Main Theme
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Written by Sean Callery
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