Evidence of Things Not Seen

Season 4, Episode 2

Air Date 12th November, 2015
Writer Jason Tracey
Director Ron Fortunato
Viewers Unkonwn
Previous The Past Is Parent
Next Tag, You're Me
Evidence of Things Not Seen is the second episode of season four of Elementary. It first aired on CBS on 12th November, 2015.

Summary Edit

When Morland offers to use his influence to have Sherlock and Joan reinstated as consultants to the NYPD, Sherlock's mistrust of his father makes him question his motivation to help. Also, with no work offers coming in, Watson wrangles a gig with the FBI investigating a triple homicide in a top-secret research lab.

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Guest Edit

  • Jeremy Bobb - Agent Gary Burke
  • Sean Cullen - Samuel Meher
  • Marin Ireland - Alta Von See
  • Geoffrey Cantor - Maurice Antonov
  • Christian DeMarais - Test Subject/Ollie Tate
  • Lisa Ferreira - Assistant
  • Rudy Mungaray - Agent Marco Saveda
  • Wayne Chang - Dan Zheng
  • Ron Nakahar - Mr Xiaoping
  • Roya Shanks - U.S. Attorney
  • Sarah Dacey Charles - Lawyer

Season Three Navigation Edit

Season Four
#01 The Past Is Parent#09 Murder Ex Machina#17 You've Got Me, Who's Got You?
#02 Evidence of Things Not Seen#10 Alma Matters#18 Ready or Not
#03 Tag, You're Me#11 Down Where the Dead Delight#19 All In
#04 All My Exes Live in Essex#12 A View With a Room#20 Art Imitates Art
#05 The Games Underfoot#13 A Study in Charlotte#21 Ain't Nothing Like the Real Thing
#06 The Cost of Doing Business#14 Who Is That Masked Man?#22 Turn It Upside Down
#07 Miss Taken#15 Up to Heaven and Down to Hell#23 The Invisible Hand
#08 A Burden of Blood#16 Hounded#24 A Difference in Kind

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