Elementary season 6 episode 4 took on (big surprise) another murder case. Yet, what made this one different was the close connection the victim had to none other than Joan Watson.
When Elementary season 6 episode 5 airs on CBS in one week’s time, it is going to do so with an episode entitled “Bits and Pieces” that seems to be about one thing more so than anything else — seeing if Sherlock Holmes can figure out a way to remember some lost time. This is far from your ordinary episode of the show.
What’s coming on Elementary season 6 episode 4? At the center of the episode will be a case, but beyond just that, there is also the continuation of the story of Michael.
One of the best crime-TV tropes is when they do an episode that starts almost with an ending — that, in turn, causes the characters to retrace their steps to get back to the beginning. It’s a plot device really popularized by The Hangover movies, but it will also be the focus of Elementary season 6 episode 5.
What’s going to be coming up on Elementary season 6 episode 4? There are many different things to be intrigued about, but one of the biggest ones is simply this: Watson considering a future that is very much different than the one that she has now.
While we would say that the majority of renewals over at CBS were no surprise, there were two in particular that were in Instinct as well as Elementary.
The latest Lucifer season 3 ratings are in, and for those of you who wanted to see a bump in the right direction for “Quintessential Deckerstar,” the series did end up delivering.
Elementary season 6 episode 2 did contain yet another case of the week, but we’ll be honest in saying that this isn’t going to be what sticks with us.
Want to know some of what lies ahead on Elementary season 6 episode 3? We’ve got a story coming up entitled “Pushing Buttons” that seems to be, pun intended, quite revolutionary.
Based on some of the preliminary information that we’ve got, Elementary season 6 episode 3 is going to be doing something that we always personally love for a crime series: Putting the main characters in a weird setting.