When she got diagnosed, I knew days like this were coming.

Joan [to Sherlock]

Joan: You heard what [Gregson] said.
Sherlock: I did. He doesn't want us to get killed. But I feel the same way about him.

Felipe: And how did you come by such information?
Sherlock: I used to buy heroin from him.

Joan: Wow. You're really good at this [making models].
Sherlock: You sound surprised.

Joan: What is that mush?
Sherlock: Mush. Or more accurately English porridge, made from an 18th-century recipe.
Joan: Well, it certainly smells like it's 400 years old.

Joan: How do you feel about it?
Mary: I'm proud, proud to have a daughter who cares enough about me to have this hard conversation.

The man in the next room is one of the most prolific contract killers in history.


OK. So who do we think hit the hitman?


Your employees are super nice. They don't seem to like you any more than the public does.

Marcus [to Medina]

First dollhouses, then Mystery Date. What's night, a sleepover?

Joan [to Sherlock]

I will abide by your wishes for Gary, whatever they may be, even if that's to stay out of it.

Sherlock [to Joan]

I'd lay down my life for you. So if you end up adopting a child, I'd lay down my life for them. It's a simple as that.

Sherlock [to Joan]

Elementary Quotes

A junkie in the city is like a needle in a haystack. That's a job for Sherlock Holmes.


You loaded him like a weapon and pointed him at your wife.