Holmes and Watson investigate a killing tied to the Polish mob on Elementary. "Ancient History" is the fifth episode of the show's second season.
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Holmes runs into a woman from his past during an investigation on Elementary. "Poison Pen" is the fourth episode of the show's second season.
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Holmes and Watson must deal with a civil engineer who has leaked classified information on Elementary. "We Are Everyone" is the third episode of the show's second season.
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Holmes and Watson must solve the case of a murdered mathematician on Elementary. "Solve for X" is the second episode of the show's second season.
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Rhys Ifans is seen here as Mycroft Holmes. It's a photo from the Elementary Season 2 premiere.
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Sherlock and Joan end up in Moriarty's crosshairs on the season finale of Elementary. "Heroine" is the 23rd episode of the show's first season.
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Will a renowned hitman lead Holmes to his nemesis Moriarty on Elementary? "A Landmark Story" is the 21st episode of the show's first season.
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Is the person asking Sherlock to take his case the real Moriarty on Elementary? "Risk Management" is the 21st episode of the show's first season.
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Sherlock searches for a murdered blackmailer's accomplice on Elementary. "Dead Man's Switch" is the 19th episode of the show's first season.
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Joan and Sherlock try to figure out how to prevent a heist during a blizzard on Elementary. "Snow Angels" is the 18th episode of the show's first season.
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Joan investigates her first solo case on Elementary. "Deja Vu All Over Again" is the 17th episode of the show's first season.
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Can Holmes teach Watson his powers of deductive reasoning on Elementary? "Possibility Two" is the 16th episode of the show's first season.
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Elementary Quotes

Holmes: Why do you suppose you hate your job so much?
Watson: I don't hate my job.
Holmes: You have two alarm clocks. No one with two alarm clocks loves their job. Two alarm clocks mean it's a chore for you to get up in the morning.

Watson: How do you do it, guess things?
Sherlock: I observe and then I deduce.
Watson: How did you know I was a doctor, you said you could tell from my hands.
Sherlock: Hand, singular. It was soft no calluses.
Watson: How did you know my father had an affair?
Sherlock: Google. Not everything is deducible.