On Elementary Season 3 Episode 10, Sherlock and Watson investigate the murder of a bioengineer connected to a drug cartel while Kitty searches for a missing teen.

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Kitty is approached by a fellow member of her support group. Her daughter, Tess, is missing. She recently learned that her father was actually her mother's rapist. Since then, she has started acting out. Kitty agrees to find her. An eldery couple was found dead in bed together. Sherlock believes they are the casulty of another crime. He finds a burned body in the basement of their brownstone. The victim had a tire necklace around his neck. The fumes from the burnt rubber killed the eldery couple. The victim, Clay Dubrovensky, was a bioengineer who was growing marijuana for the SDS cartel. The murder fits their signature but Sherlock isn't convinced. When they find Dubrovensky's growing house, many of the marijuana plants are dying, which suggests the Cartel wasn't behind the murder as they would have known someone needed to take care of the plants. Sherlock discovers a rare, one-of-a-kind orchid and finds that Clay had sold the plant to Barbara Conway, an executive at AgriNext. He accuses her of murdering Clay, but she shows him the plant. Clay was cloning the plant. Before Sherlock can identify any other customers who bought cloned plants, two AgriNext executives are murdered by tire necklaces with the warning, "This is War.". How is AgriNext tied to the SDS Cartel? Will Kitty find the missing teen? Watch Elementary Season 3 Episode 10 online via TV Fanatic to find out the answers.

Episode Details

On Elementary Season 3 Episode 10, Joan makes a major decision about her life but is concerned that Sherlock will react poorly while Kitty searches for a missing teen.

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Elementary Season 3 Episode 10 Quotes

She chose to focus on the good in her life. She chose you.


I'm proud of her, Watson. I think she's ready.