"Our Time is Up"

On Elementary Season 6 Episode 4, while investigating the murder of her former psychologist, Watson considers a major life changing decision.

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"Pushing Buttons"

On Elementary Season 6 Episode 3, Holmes and Watson investigate a case in which the victim was killed during a Revolutionary War reenactment.

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"Once You've Ruled Out God"

On Elementary Season 6 Episode 2, when their biological father dies, Watson and Lin have different reactions, also an inspector is killed with a lightening gun.

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"An Infinite Capacity for Taking Pains"

On Elementary Season 6 Episode 1, Holmes and Watson are hired by a reformed party girl heiress to find her missing partner in a years-old sex tape.

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"Hurt Me, Hurt You"

On Elementary Season 5 Episode 25, Holmes and Watson investigate a murder that started a gang war and find a familiar face on the season finale.

"Scrambled"

On Elementary Season 5 Episode 24, Sherlock's behavior becomes erratic when he interacts with a mysterious woman, while a murder leads to a deadly gang.

"Moving Targets"

On Elementary Season 5 Episode 23, Holmes and Watson zero in on another competitor as a suspect when a reality show contestant is murdered.

"Fly into a Rage, Make a Bad Landing"

On Elementary Season 5 Episode 22, Holmes and Watson investigate when Detective Bell's girlfriend is assaulted and her ex-husband is killed.

"The Art of Sleights and Deception"

On Elementary Season 5 Episode 21, Holmes and Watson get pulled into an investigation when a magician is killed while performing a classic stunt.

"High Heat"

On Elementary Season 5 Episode 20, Holmes and Watson investigate the murder of a man Sherlock believed to be one of New York's worst private investigators.

Elementary Quotes

I often wonder if I should have been born at another time. My senses are unusually, some might say unnaturally keen, and ours is an era of distraction. It's a punishing drumbeat of constant input. It follows us into our homes and into our beds. It seeps into our... Into our souls, for want of a better word. For a long time, there was only one solution for my raw nerve endings and that was copious drug use. In my less productive moments, I'm given to wonder.... If I had just been born when it was a little quieter out there, would I have even become an addict in the first place? Might I have been more focused? A more fully realized person?

Sherlock

It's bugs, isn't it?

McNally [to Sherlock]