Elementary (2012–2019)
8.0/10
398
5 user

The Visions of Norman P. Horowitz 

A killer is choosing victims based on the predictions of a deceased man who claimed to foresee future deaths, including the death of Sherlock Holmes.

Director:

Lucy Liu

Writers:

Robert Doherty (created by), Jason Tracey (teleplay by) | 3 more credits »
Reviews

Photos

Edit

Cast

Episode complete credited cast:
Jonny Lee Miller ... Sherlock Holmes
Lucy Liu ... Dr. Joan Watson
Jon Michael Hill ... Detective Marcus Bell
Aidan Quinn ... Captain Thomas Gregson
Christian Borle ... David Horowitz
Tom Everett Scott ... Henry Baskerville
Melissa De Sousa ... Luz Horowitz
Babak Tafti ... Jonathan Dawson
Margaret Odette ... Debora Garissi
Olli Haaskivi ... Terry Weaver
Matthew Montelongo ... Armored Truck Driver
Neal Gupta ... Tony
Edit

Storyline

A killer is choosing victims based on the predictions of a deceased man who claimed to foresee future deaths, including the death of Sherlock Holmes.

Plot Summary | Add Synopsis

Genres:

Crime | Drama | Mystery

Certificate:

TV-PG
Edit

Details

Language:

English

Release Date:

27 August 2018 (USA) See more »

Company Credits

Show more on IMDbPro »

Technical Specs

Runtime:

Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
See full technical specs »
Edit

Did You Know?

Trivia

The guards brought in at least 9 cases of gold. If each case held 30 bars, that would be 270 bars. Each bar is worth $120,000 in September 2018, for a total value of $32.4 million. See more »

Goofs

It's the end of August on a rooftop in NYC, but Joan and Marcus are dressed for winter showing that this was filmed during the winter time. See more »

Quotes

Dr. Joan Watson: You're really still blaming yourself?
Sherlock Holmes: I point the finger at guilty people all the time, no reason to stop today.
See more »

Soundtracks

Town Called Malice
Written by Paul Weller
Performed by The Jam
See more »

Frequently Asked Questions

This FAQ is empty. Add the first question.

User Reviews

 
WHY!?
19 September 2018 | by Bronco46See all my reviews

This was another very interesting episode of Elementary! But it was marred by the producers sticking their and the management of the networks political views into the story- line. It was clever, it's injected in such a way that they probably assume it will just wash over the majority of users who won't think about it. It's a subtle form of brain-washing. Instead of beating us over the head with boring rants they stick their messages into popular TV shows to get them heard by as people as possible. Unfortunately they put a lie on the lips of Sherlock Holmes in this storyline. He extols the effectiveness of gun buy back programs and claims they are very effect. What they are effect at is rounding up all the rusty, broken, useless outdated guns. The vast majority of the guns turned in ancient rusty non-working relics. Why not dig out some gun you haven't used in 30 years and get some money out of it. God knows only the government would pay money for. And while you go home with some green in your pocket. The bureaucrats get what they want, statistics. They trumpet the numbers of guns turned in. But they don't mention anything about the condition of those firearms. But Hollywood gets in a little jab at our freedom. Our freedom to peace- of-mind for those of us willing to protect ourselves. 911 can not save you in a home invasion, or attempt by anyone to harm you. 911 will send out someone to write a report and MAYBE find the person that beat you within an of your life or even murdered you, your spouse, your family. But that makes Hollywood uneasy, so they come up with stuff like this. I'm not going to give the episode a bad review. It was another good story, well acted, albeit with a couple unfortunate anti-American lines. Why is it anti-American? Because proper rights and liberty are the basis for the American experiment.


6 of 20 people found this review helpful.  Was this review helpful to you? | Report this
Review this title | See all 5 user reviews »

Contribute to This Page



Recently Viewed