There’s a lot to like about Elementary season 6 episode 9 (which is airing on CBS next week). For starters, this is an episode entitled “Nobody Lives Forever,” which is certainly the sort of foreboding title that really should send a chill down your spine. This is going to be a dramatic, intense, and hopefully super-entertaining episode that not only gives you a great mystery, but is also brings you the return of a familiar face: Alfredo! Any chance to see more of Ato Essandoh is a chance worth celebrating. In this episode Alfredo is going to come to Sherlock in need of a little bit of help — whether or not he gets it though, is a completely different story. The favor that he’s asking Holmes for here isn’t exactly one that is above the law.
The Elementary season 6 episode 9 synopsis that CarterMatt has for you below gives you a little more information when it comes to what you can expect to see next:
“Nobody Lives Forever” – Holmes’ former sobriety sponsor, Alfredo (Ato Essandoh), asks for his help with an illegal endeavor in order to save his brother. Also, Holmes and Watson investigate the poisoning of a biology professor who was working on a secret genetics project prior to being killed, on ELEMENTARY, Monday, June 25 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.
What is it this season with there being murder victims / killers so immersed within the world of science? We saw that a little bit earlier this season with the case of the severed head — now, we have it here with the biology professor. It feels easy to figure out why someone would want this person dead; Either they were working on something that another person wanted to steal, or someone just wanted to halt their research in general.
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