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TV Review: Elementary – “Dead Man’s Switch”

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Dead Man’s Switch” – Sherlock and Joan hunt for the accomplice of a murdered blackmailer who targeted families of rape victims. Meanwhile, Sherlock resists celebrating his first year of sobriety, on ELEMENTARY,Thursday, April 25

CHEAT TWEET: Why doesn’t Sherlock want 2 acknowledge his 1st year of sobriety? #Elementary #CBS 4/25



Jonny Lee Miller     (Sherlock Holmes)

Lucy Liu     (Joan Watson)

Aidan Quinn     (Captain Tommy Gregson)

Jon Michael Hill     (Detective Marcus Bell)



Joseph Siravo     (Anthony Pistone)

Ato Essandoh     (Alfredo Llamasa)

David Mogentale     (Charles Augustus Milverton)

Thomas Jay Ryan     (Ken Whitman)

Portia Reiners      (Eva Whitman)

Wayne Duvall     (Duke Landers)

Thomas Guiry     (Brent Garvey)

Russell G. Jones     (Attorney)


STORY BY:     Christopher Silber

TELEPLAY BY: Liz Friedman and Christopher Silber

DIRECTED BY:       Larry Teng

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Barbara Barnett is publisher and executive editor of Blogcritics, as well as a noted entertainment writer. Author of Chasing Zebras: The Unofficial Guide to House, M.D., her primary beat is primetime television. But Barbara writes on an everything from film to politics to technology to all things pop culture and spirituality. She is a contributor to the book called Spiritual Pregnancy (Llewellyn Worldwide, January 2014) and has a story in Riverdale Ave Press' new anthology of zombie romance, Still Hungry for your Love. She is hard at work on what she hopes will be her first published novel.