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"Bella"

Season 3, Episode 4

Bella elementary
Air Date 20 November, 2014
Writer Craig Sweeny
Director Guy Ferland
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Bella is the fourth episode of season three of Elementary. It first aired on CBS on 20 November, 2014.

Summary

When a groundbreaking artificial intelligence software program is stolen, Sherlock agrees to take on the case, but enlists Joan's assistance in solving it when he becomes more interested in disproving the computer's abilities than finding the thief. Meanwhile, Joan confronts Sherlock about his motives after she learns he has been in direct contact with her boyfriend, Andrew, without her knowledge.

Plot

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Cast

Regular

Recurring

Guest stars

  • Raza Jaffrey - Andrew Mittal
  • Michael Chernus - Edwin Bond
  • Condola Rashad - Melinda Yee
  • Jonathan Judge-Russo - Michael Webb
  • Robert Capron - Mason
  • Michael Cristofer - Isaac Pike
  • Halley Feiffer - Ellen Rabin
  • Bill Winkler - Robert Ballard
  • Amy V. Morse - Receptionist

Season Three navigation

Season Three
#01 Enough Nemesis To Go Around#09 The Eternity Injection#17 T-Bone And The Iceman
#02 The Five Orange Pipz#10 Seed Money#18 The View From Olympus
#03 Just a Regular Irregular#11 The Illustrious Client#19 One Watson, One Holmes
#04 Bella#12 The One that Got Away#20 A Stitch in Time
#05 Rip Off#13 Hemlock#21 Under My Skin
#06 Terra Pericolosa#14 The Female of the Species#22 The Best Way Out Is Always Through
#07 The Adventure of the Nutmeg Concoction#15 When Your Number's Up#23 Absconded
#08 End of Watch#16 For All You Know#24 A Controlled Descent

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