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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Gregson and Sherlock investigate when Detective Bell is attacked on Elementary. "Details" is the 15th episode of the show's first season.
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Watson is concerned that Holmes' interaction with his former dealer will send him down the wrong road on Elementary. "A Giant Gun Filled With Drugs" is the 14th episode of the show's first season.
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Give Sherlock a few moments please. He has a few things to contemplate.
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Holmes and Watson investigate a suspicious hit and run on Elementary. "The Red List" is the 12th episode of the show's first season.
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Watson begins to have second thoughts about leaving Holmes on Elementary. "M" is the 11th episode of the show's first season.
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Elementary Season 1 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.