‘Elementary’ Episode Guide (April 30): Holmes and Watson Investigate a Staged Suicide

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‘Elementary’ Episode Guide (April 30): Holmes and Watson Investigate a Staged Suicide

“Fly into a Rage, Make a Bad Landing” (04/30/17) – When Detective Bell’s girlfriend, Chantal (Chasten Harmon), is assaulted and her ex-husband is killed soon after, in what Holmes and Watson discover is a staged suicide, they search for one suspect behind the linked crimes.

Also, as Bell fights the urge to seek his own brand of justice for Chantal, Sherlock makes a heartbreaking realization about the detective’s past, on “Elementary,” Sunday, April 30 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.

Guest starring in this episode are Chasten Harmon (Chantal Milner), Danny Burstein (Ted Winthrop), Michael Berresse (Ardy Gulbenkian), Olek Krupa (Fyodor Ukhov), Kelly Deadmon (Lara Ukhov), Delaney Williams (Joseph Tommolino), Robert Christopher Riley (Roy Booker), Marnie Schulenburg (Maureen), Gregory Haney (Stylist), Jude Tibeau (Uniform Officer), and Jenelle Chu (Receptionist).

“Fly into a Rage, Make a Bad Landing” was written by Bob Goodman and directed by Guy Ferland.

The CBS drama series “Elementary” stars Jonny Lee Miller as detective Sherlock Holmes and Lucy Liu as Dr. Joan Watson in a modern-day drama about a crime-solving duo that cracks the NYPD’s most impossible cases.

Initially sober companion and client, their relationship evolved into a symbiotic professional investigative partnership. Holmes and Watson are the top homicide consultants for Captain Thomas Gregson and work regularly alongside Detective Marcus Bell, but their status with the force is revoked when Holmes assaults a former associate and suffers a relapse. Facing professional uncertainty, Sherlock and Joan are shocked by the arrival of Morland Holmes, Sherlock’s estranged father.

Morland orchestrates Sherlock and Joan’s reinstatement to the NYPD, but his ongoing presence in New York brings unsettling family secrets to the surface. While Sherlock reels from the revelation that his deceased mother was also an addict, Joan endures a family bombshell of her own when she learns of a younger half-sister she never knew existed.

When Sherlock, Joan and Morland form a tenuous alliance to find the perpetrator behind an assassination attempt on Morland’s life, they uncover a clandestine international crime organization once run by Sherlock’s former lover and nemesis, Moriarty. To save himself and Sherlock, Morland makes a secret power play that leaves him as the new head of the nefarious organization, and departs for London with plans to dismantle the syndicate from within.

“Elementary” stars Jonny Lee Miller (Sherlock Holmes), Lucy Liu (Joan Watson), Aidan Quinn (Captain Thomas Gregson), and Jon Michael Hill (Detective Marcus Bell).

“Elementary” is produced by CBS Television Studios. The series is executive produced by Rob Doherty, Carl Beverly, Sarah Timberman, John Polson, Robert Wolfe and Robert Goodman.

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