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"We Are Everyone"

Season 2, Episode 3

We Are Everyone
Air Date 10 October, 2013
Writer Craig Sweeny
Director Michael Pressman
Viewers 9.06 million (U.S.)[1]
Previous "Solve for 'X'"
Next "Poison Pen"
Holmes: "I've lived most of my life with the firm conviction that romantic love is a delusion. It's a futile hedge against the existential terror that is our own singularity. Then I met someone who calls herself Irene Adler, and that forced me to reexamine those convictions. She, of course, turned out to be a criminal."
Watson: "Never really discussed how that made you feel."
Holmes: "I feel liberated. I am, now and forever, post-love. And, as such, I'm free to pursue a life of meaning."
Sherlock Holmes and Joan Watson

"We Are Everyone" is the third episode of season two of Elementary. It first aired on CBS on 10 October, 2013.

Summary Edit

After leaking secrets, a government operative, Ezra, is on the run and a mysterious man hires Sherlock and Joan to locate him. Questioning the mysterious man's motives leads Sherlock to learn that he is part of an organization gunning for Ezra. Connecting Ezra with "Everyone", a group of cyber-activists, Sherlock discovers the identity of the girl harboring Ezra, but they find her dead at her apartment and know Ezra killer her. Sherlock steals a guard's phone, but "Everyone" traces it to Sherlock and Joan and wreak havoc on their digital lives. Sherlock catches up to Ezra as he tries to leave the country on a plane owned by a member of "Everyone". Ezra reveals he can expose US spies throughout the globe and is forced to let him go. Sherlock comes up with a plan to capture Ezra and keep the identities of the spies a secret. Meanwhile, Joan signs up for an online dating site and uses the opportunity to chastise Sherlock for his lack of meaningful relationships.

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Cast Edit

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Guest stars Edit

  • Susan Pourfar – Emily Hankins
  • Christian Campbell – Ezra Kleinfelter
  • Ronald Guttman – MrMueller/Elliot Honeycutt
  • Laura Osnes – Celia Carroll
  • Peter McRobbie – Milton Van Kirk
  • Adeel Ahmed – Cabbie
  • Joe Cassidy – Agent 1
  • Scott Whitehurst – Agent 2
  • Joan Carlos Infante – CSU Tech
  • Anthony Fazio – Delivery Man
  • Chester Jones III – Bike Cop
  • Jeff Heinz – Steve Kazee
  • Darragh O'Connor – David Hess
  • Natalie DormerJamie Moriarty (Voiceover)

TriviaEdit

  • This is the first appearance of the hacker collective "Everyone" whose members will recur in several later storylines.

Season Two navigation Edit

Season Two
#01 Step Nine#09 On the Line#17 Ears to You
#02 Solve for 'X'#10 Tremors#18 The Hound of the Cancer Cells
#03 We Are Everyone#11 Internal Audit#19 The Many Mouths of Aaron Colville
#04 Poison Pen#12 The Diabolical Kind#20 No Lack of Void
#05 Ancient History#13 All in the Family‎#21 The Man With the Twisted Lip
#06 An Unnatural Arrangement#14 Dead Clade Walking#22 Paint It Black
#07 The Marchioness‎‎#15 Corpse de Ballet#23 Art in the Blood
#08 Blood is Thicker#16 The One Percent Solution#24 The Grand Experiment

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