The Ultimate Guide for any fan of the Elementary TV Series
When a well-respected mathematician is found dead, Holmes and Watson set out to solve a murder and the purpose of the highly guarded equation he was trying to decipher. Meanwhile, Watson is conflicted when the son of a former patient approaches her for a loan.
Sherlock Holmes: Actually, you wrote, and I'll quote, "Yes please, now, :P :P :P"
Detective Bell: Actually, before you came along, I never closed a case before, neither had the rest of the department. Most of us were thinking of packing up, leaving, lettin' the city fend for itself.
Sherlock Holmes: Well, I'm going to take a very literal stab in the dark and say maths.
Joan Watson: Cyril Naurer looks like a unabomber.
Sherlock Holmes: Both are mathematicians, both are loners, let's hope that only one of them aspired to mass casualties.
Linus Roe: I mean, mathematicians are drawn to P versus NP because it's math's great white whale, but the truth is, a solution would have a massive real world implications.
Sherlock Holmes: Also, the river smells like rancid cod.
Sherlock Holmes: We're on a roundabout, we just need to find the proper exit.