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Ed attempts to force a cop hater to confess to the murder of two policemen. A cop who's wanted for robbing a bank and wounding another officer kidnaps Ironside and Mark.
John McGreevey. Ironside thinks like an art critic to solve a psychologist's murder. When Eve feels guilty for killing a crook, Ironside helps her learn to live with her duties as a police officer.
Robert Butler. A singer helps Ironside catch a loan shark expecting his payment—with interest. Ironside develops feelings for a woman who can't remember anything—but who someone wants dead.
As Ironside conducts a seminar, a campus sniper brags about his plan to commit the perfect crime. Brett Halliday , Bill S. Ironside looks for a connection between a bombing and a baby found in the van.
A conspiracy complicates Ironside's investigation of a hippie's fatal beating—that was allegedly administered by Ed. Dick Colla. When Mark's girlfriend is murdered, his demands for immediate justice make it difficult to find the killer.
Ironside's attempts to save a Vietnam hero from the gas chamber are put at risk by the man's war buddies. Ironside matches wits with a master jewel thief intent on adding more to his collection.
Mankiewicz , Sy Salkowitz. After a melee with a thief, an operation seems possible to cure Ironside's paralysis—or kill him. Abner Biberman. A lawyer, a boxer and a bar girl make it difficult for Ironside to clear a detective charged with murder.
Nicholas Colasanto. Ironside finds himself caught between white and black extremists as he attempts to clear a black militant charged with murder.
While Ironside takes a vacation, he's forced to tangle with three men bent on killing him to cover up their previous murder—and implicate Mark in the Chief's murder.
Milton Berle , Stephen Lord. Ironside goes through a list of suspects to find out who's been sending death threats to a TV host.
A derilict's murder gives Ironside two problems: finding the killer and rehabilitating the dead man's friend. An attorney is accused of killing her unfaithful husband.
Don McDougall. As a manhunt ensues for the person who shot Eve, she remembers her first meetings with her co-workers during her life-and-death- struggle.
Jeannot Szwarc. Bill S. Ballinger , Brett Halliday. A myna bird that screeches in riddles provides leads to a murderer.
Ironside goes through a series of deceptions to find out why a youth gave up a promising career to become a pool hustler.
A dog is the only witness to a woman's murder—a murder that seems to match a series of killings, except aimed at middle-aged men.
Ironside reopens a homicide case when he sees a recent painting by a friend who allegedly died after confessing.
Eve tries to help her niece who's been arrested on a second narcotics, bringing teenage mores and the generation gap into the fold. A team of year-old sleuths—led by Ironside's Aunt Victoria—closes in on a man suspected of murdering his wife.
Mark gets frustrated with the system when he tries to help a friend falsely accused of assault. Jackson Gillis.
Ironside attempts to find a piece of Da Vinci art stolen from a museum. Ironside's investigation of a movie star's disappearance leads to estranged husband—a mob boss.
Eve investigates a series of burglaries that's been pinned on a society columnist. Ed and a fellow officer are suspended for killing a drug dealer.
Ironside investigates when a woman is terrified by accidents and a voice threatening to kill her. An assistant district attorney murders his wife and frames his nephew.
A baseball star is being driven to a breakdown by hate letters, threatening phone calls and pellets. To catch an abortionist, Eve pretends to be an unmarried woman in peril.
A college newspaper editor is the prime suspect in Ironside's investigation of prank bombings. Eve and Ed go undercover as a couple to nab a con man who swindles old women.
Barbara Jones comes back into Ironside's life to ask him to rescue her kidnapped daughter, but the case is complicated by an overeager sheriff, a jealous husband and the Chief's personal feelings.
Richard Shapiro. A fugitive being pursued by a corrupt lawman attempting to hide his activities at the local jail kidnaps Ed. Three San Quentin convicts use Ironside, Mark, the van and the warden's wife to plot their escape.
Richard Benedict. Two attempts are made on Mark, leading Ironside to investigate the motive. How to Get Away with Murder: Episode, 3.
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S9, Ep9. Callen and the team question Joelle's backstory after she escapes from a kidnapping and turns to Callen for help. S9, Ep A Brazilian diplomat is targeted by a skilled mercenary who holds a grudge.
The team investigates a ransom-ware attack that's taken out the whole power grid for Western Los Angeles. The Awful Truth. Welcome To Liberty Village.
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Letzte Rettung. Nadeln des Feuers - Teil 1. The murder of a ballerina is investigated by Sherlock and Joan and evidence seems stacked against the dance company's star performer, Iris.
An audio recording released to the tabloids reveals Iris' intimate relationship to the victim, but Sherlock deconstructs the recording and deduces that Iris' lawyer was the murderer and was trying to use the impending trial against Iris as a way to elevate his firm's reputation.
The police find a stolen hard drive with surveillance footage at the lawyer's home, which was the missing evidence to charge the lawyer.
Meanwhile, Joan looks into a missing homeless man, prompting her to open up to Sherlock about her biological father, who is schizophrenic and lives on the streets.
Joan locates the missing homeless man and uncovers a plot to kidnap homeless people for their benefit checks. Sherlock and Joan are called to investigate a bombing at a restaurant that targeted finance executives and government officials.
On the case, they are reunited and forced to work with Gareth Lestrade, who is now consulting for one of the CEOs involved in the case.
Videotape from the hotel attached to the restaurant leads Sherlock and Joan to suspect that Lestrade is covering up his boss's involvement.
We learn that the CEO is being targeted by a blackmailer who was one of many to whom he offered indecent proposals in the past and that Lestrade has been helping him make the offers.
The CEO is forced to reveal his involvement in order to catch the blackmailing bomber. Lestrade loses his job and comes to stay with Sherlock and Joan.
A man named Gordon Cushing, whose wife disappeared in , receives two severed human ears along with a ransom note. The ear DNA matches that of Cushing's wife, Sarah.
At the ransom exchange, Cushing pursues the suspect and accidentally kills him. Clues on the suspect's body lead Sherlock and Joan to an AA meeting, where they find Sarah, who is both alive and not earless.
Sarah says that the DNA they collected when she disappeared was not hers and belongs to her husband's mistress, who, as it turns out, died in Sherlock realizes that Sarah's new plastic surgeon husband grew two exact replicas of her ears on Sarah's back and then cut them off in an elaborate attempt to collect the ransom from Cushing.
Meanwhile, Lestrade is mugged and Joan encourages him to solve his own case in order to improve his spirits.
Michael Slovis. Sherlock and Joan investigate the murder, in the form of staged suicide by helium asphyxiation, of Barry Granger, a researcher who had been testing the "Hound", a breathalyzer for detecting cancer.
His research had been alleged as fraud by an expert in the field under the pseudonym Adam Peer. The allegation looked set to ruin both Granger and the firm that employed him, a company run by Hank Prince.
Sherlock discovers that the allegation was false, and Adam Peer was actually Granger and another. Prince's wife is found shot dead, with Prince's gun the murder weapon.
Sherlock realises that Prince really did murder his wife. Earlier Prince had tried to trash his company's value by masquerading as Adam Peer and impugning Granger, so that his wife wouldn't receive in their divorce part of the likely future value of the company, as Prince knew that once Granger's research was vindicated the company's value would soar.
Bell, recovered from his injury and returned to field duty, asks Joan to track down a missing witness to a street killing. She changed her mind about testifying after she became pregnant and is hiding with a former tutor, Manny Rose Ron Canada , whose reputation as a community do-gooder is known to Bell.
When Bell tells Rose to tell the witness that her testifying does not matter as they will get the perpetrator next time, he is summoned to the morgue where he finds the perpetrator and Rose both shot to death - Rose had decided to dispense his own justice and stop the perpetrator killing again.
Sherlock arrives for the police department's bar evening to celebrate Bell's return but Bell is in sombre mood after Rose, so the pair go for a quiet conversation elsewhere first.
The episode title references the Sir Arthur Conan Doyle novel The Hound of the Baskervilles , which was later adapted in season 4.
When a dead serial killer arises, it takes Sherlock and Joan on a trail of eight possible suspects, all with the same set of bite marks.
Our duo discovers that the teeth of the dead killer, Aaron, was a mold for the dentures, thus having the exact bite mark. Joan has a connection with the murders, as she was a part of the operating team that she could have done to save him, thinking that he was innocent.
However, it is proven that he was indeed guilty and his mother was using a set of his dentures in order to try to prove his innocence.
Sherlock and Joan track a lethal toxin's origin when a pickpocket dies of anthrax poisoning. When it is discovered that it was done by an anti-government group known as the Sovereign Army, they begin to track down a man who has the motive.
When he turns up dead after his brother shot him, it turns out that the brother was trying to kill off their herd of cows for a multimillion dollar insurance scam.
Sherlock's close friend Alistair suddenly dies, which catches Holmes off guard. Sherlock then begins to try to cope with the loss by acting out of character, causing Joan to go into sober companion mode and making Sherlock talk about it.
After it gets out that Alistair died of a heroin overdose, Sherlock struggles even more. Eventually, Sherlock confesses to Alistair at his grave that he loved him dearly and will miss him.
Sherlock and Joan investigate the disappearance of Paige, the sister of a woman who frequents Sherlock's sobriety meetings.
Upon arrival at the brownstone, they are surprised by Mycroft, who has returned to New York, apparently to focus on his Diogenes restaurant chain.
They have dinner with him, and the following day, he proposes a relationship with Joan. While taking time to consider it, Joan meets with Sherlock at a park he found based on a clue in one of Paige's songs.
Upon investigation, the pair find not one, but two bodies, one being Paige's and the other of a man, Zach Piller, who they learn manufactured UAVs for a company called McCarthy-Strauss.
Sherlock visits Mycroft at Diogenes to discuss Joan, but notices a shady-looking man at a corner table who frequents the restaurant.
Sherlock later identifies this man as one Guillaume de Soto, a high-ranking member of a French drug cartel and gang called Le Milieu.
He captures an insect-like drone that was spying on him in the brownstone, realizing that the two victims were killed by the drones Zach Piller manufactured.
They learn from Piller's psychiatrist that he accidentally massacred 10 undercover CIA agents in Afghanistan and subsequently wrote a report on it out of guilt.
During the interrogating, the psychiatrist is poisoned by another drone. Formulating a plan to incriminate McCarthy-Strauss, Sherlock waits at a pier to meet with the business executive that Piller's report belongs to, while Joan breaks into the executive's office and steals the report.
She calls the executive and reads the report out to him, incriminating him. That night, Joan, who has taken interest in investigating Le Milieu, follows de Soto's contact Henri Lubatti outside Diogenes after he receives an envelope.
She retrieves the envelope, but finds a picture of herself inside, right before the contact renders Joan unconscious by knocking her out with chloroform and kidnapping her.
Robert Hewitt Wolfe. Shortly after Joan is kidnapped, Mycroft receives a call from the kidnapper and informs Sherlock of the situation, which enrages him.
Mycroft explains to a disgusted Sherlock that Le Milieu offered him money to open up a Diogenes restaurant in New York to serve as their headquarters, followed by a series of requests.
The two learn of one Pierce Norman, a Swiss bank executive who plans to sell a list of thousands of the bank executives' names and information to the black market.
They investigate the bank and also learn that the NSA is on to Norman, with Sherlock intent on getting to him first. Norman's boyfriend points them to a remote home his lover owned, but the Holmes brothers find Norman's corpse buried in the yard.
Mycroft is distraught until Sherlock finds an insect pupa, which he knows had to have grown over the course of eight days.
He realizes that Norman was killed before the list was downloaded and was framed. That night, they track down the real perpetrator, Norman's head of security Kurt Yoder Michael Gaston.
Yoder is interrogated that night at the brownstone and eventually tells them of the hard drive the list is on. After recovering it, Sherlock decides to call the NSA, fearing that Le Milieu will betray them, but Mycroft, who is under orders from an unnamed British contact, incapacitates Sherlock with a taser and heads out to meet with the dealers, while the NSA later refuses Sherlock's requests to save Joan.
Mycroft, meanwhile, gives Yoder and the list to the dealers, but de Soto orders them killed and leaves. Mycroft suddenly calls in paramilitary forces, who gun down the dealers.
He apologizes to a shocked Joan and says that they have a lot to talk about. Sherlock returns home to find Joan safe, and Mycroft reveals that he is working for MI6.
The Holmes brothers have a talk, in which Mycroft discloses that MI6 utilized his observational skills to investigate criminal groups such as Le Milieu, and that his handler wanted Sherlock out of New York.
The two then meet with the handler, Tim Sherrington Ralph Brown , who employs Sherlock with a murder case involving one Arthur West, an undercover MI6 analyst.
West's body in the morgue is shown to have the arms severed and stolen. The two visit West's wife, Marion Emily Bergl and learn that she is a tattoo artist; Sherlock later deduces that West's arms were tattooed using invisible ink, thus providing motive for someone to steal them.
Joan, meanwhile, angrily rejects Mycroft for his deception. Marion visits the brownstone to inform Sherlock that she was aware of West's activities, which West divulged out of paranoia and reassurance of his sanity to her, given that he was diagnosed with bipolar disorder.
Showing them photos of West's arms tattooed with numbers, Marion explains that West was confident of a mole working within MI6, communicating with one Julian Afkhami, a local bookstore owner.
Joan later tells Sherlock she plans to move out of the brownstone, which Sherlock dismisses as a mere emotional repercussion following her kidnapping.
The following morning, Sherrington meets with Sherlock at a park and eventually offers him a job at MI6. Marion, meanwhile, tells Joan about one "Sudomo Han", who Joan visits Mycroft to ask about.
She is shocked to learn that Mycroft joined MI6 to protect his brother, who unwittingly made himself Han's associate, not knowing that Han was a terrorist.
Moved, she kisses Mycroft and the two eventually have sex. Elsewhere, Sherlock learns from the NYPD that the gun used to kill West led to untraceable fingerprints bearing a distinctive scar.
Immediately identifying the prints as Mycroft's, Sherlock visits his brother's home to inform him that he is being framed as the mole.
Sherlock informs Mycroft that he is being framed as the mole and relocates him and Joan to a vacant, remote library accessible only to Sherlock.
While he stalls MI6 with fraudulent "updates", Sherlock continues his investigation into Arthur West. Sherlock and Joan discover that West's arm tattoos signified dates, times and locations mapping out the mole's whereabouts and present their evidence to Mycroft, who notices that he was in every listed location at the corresponding dates and times.
Realizing he is being framed because the mole was in the same places as Mycroft, Joan names Mycroft's handler Sherrington as the mole; they decide to keep it quiet until the time is right.
Sherrington, however, visits Joan at the brownstone to confront her, but Joan, who is keeping members of the cyber-hacker group "Everyone" on a video chat in order to incriminate him, calls it a draw and sends him away.
In the meantime, Sherlock learns that Sherrington made 17 calls to his contact, Iranian Julian Afkhami, feeding information to the Iranian government.
Joan confronts Sherlock about Sudomo Han and his history with Mycroft, which Sherlock brings to his brother as a means for forgiveness. Sherlock and Joan investigate a murder believed to be linked to Afkhami and both incriminate him to the NYPD, presenting evidence that he stoned his wife's lover to death, and get him arrested.
Mycroft visits Sherrington at a restaurant and learns from Sherrington that he betrayed MI6 because of a lack of promotions or respect.
Shortly afterwards, the NYPD finds Sherrington's corpse, which Sherlock confronts Mycroft about at the brownstone. Mycroft informs him and Joan that he made a deal with the NSA for them to kill Sherrington and fake Mycroft's own death, thus making him disappear to protect him from Le Milieu.
Joan is deeply saddened, while Mycroft emotionally apologizes to an unmoved Sherlock. While Joan makes plans to move into a new apartment, Sherlock visits MI6 to tell them he is willing to enlist in the organization.
Six months after Joan has moved out, she is running her own investigation firm and helps bust female drug kingpin Elana March Gina Gershon.
Two months later, the case has gone stagnant and the key witness in the prosecution of the kingpin is murdered in a secure hotel elevator.
Joan realizes Kitty works with Sherlock after defeating her in a singlestick confrontation. The three must find a way to get along and work together while finding the murderer, a skilled hitman Brennan Brown.
Sherlock solves the 'locked room' mystery of the elevator - the murderer moved the bullets using a heavy powerful magnet - while Joan realises the murderer hid the disassembled magnet in his shower seat and removed it once police had left the hotel.
Fingerprints inside the rubber gloves used to handle the magnet catch the murderer. A double murder appears to be revenge for the deaths of children poisoned by toy beads made with GHB.
The father of one of the children confesses, but Sherlock deduces that the confession is false. Evidence against the maker of the beads has gone missing, which complicates understanding of the motivation for the crime.
Kitty feels sidelined watching Sherlock and Joan unravel the mystery. The title of this episode is a reference to the short story " The Five Orange Pips " by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
Mathematician Harlan Emple Rich Sommer , " Solve for X " comes across a dead body packed in mothballs while participating in a "math hunt", a number game with a puzzle involving Belphegor's prime.
When another body is found, it is believed that the game is intended to be a death trap for mathematicians or, as it turns out, one mathematician in particular.
Meanwhile, Joan tries to convince Kitty, who was a rape victim, to join a support group. Sherlock solves the theft case, but then Borstein dies from a fatal epileptic seizure , seemingly caused by Bella.
Meanwhile, Joan's boyfriend Andrew receives a job offer that would take him to Copenhagen , and Joan wonders if Sherlock is responsible for it.
Joan is in Denmark and does not appear. When a severed hand is seen in a street puddle, Sherlock's deductions lead NYPD to the handless body of Moshe Shapiro, an Orthodox Jew, hidden under a car.
The body had caught onto the car when it was towed to an impound lot. He has his unknown attacker's DNA under his fingernails. He owned a Postal Unlimited store nearby.
The store's only employee, Amit Hattengatti, has an alibi. Sherlock finds a hidden safe containing Moshe's ledger in Hebrew and code.
From shipping manifests and cloth the safe was lined with, Sherlock deduces Moshe was a diamond smuggler.
Robbery is ruled out as a policeman finds Moshe's briefcase with attached handcuff full of diamonds in a dumpster.
Sherlock proves that a strong man can rip someone's hand off if they break the wrist first. They match the DNA found under Moshe's fingernails. Kazmir confesses to the murder.
The trail to the man who hired Kazmir as hit-man seems to point to Leonard Oosthuizen. The NYPD intercept a cash payment to Kazmir and Kitty recognises the envelope as matching the office supplies of Moshe's shop.
Sherlock realises Leonard is a fall-guy, and that Amit was actually Moshe's smuggling partner, who wanted Moshe's share.
He had plotted with Kazmir and Kazmir's corrupt lawyer to make it look like he was a murder target to deflect suspicion. Amit went to the same gym as Kazmir.
Kazmir, doomed to jail anyway, lied in return for a payout for his family. Told that if he confesses before Kazmir's lawyer does he will get a deal, Amit names his diamond supplier.
Meanwhile, Sherlock gets Kitty to sign a non-disclosure agreement after he finds Joan's unpublished "The Casebook of Sherlock Holmes".
And tensions are high between Gregson and his police officer daughter Hannah as he had punched a male officer who had hit her. Shortly after coming to the scene of a cartographic murder, Sherlock, Joan and Kitty uncover a plot to misconstrue border lines that affect the viability of a billion-dollar casino, envisioned by billionaire real estate mogul William Hull Skipp Sudduth.
Meanwhile, Joan is troubled by Sherlock's meddling with Kitty's growing personal life. Joan's new client who wants to find out about her sister, Jessica Holder, who disappeared 5 years ago, taken by a serial killer as the smell of nutmeg was present at the site of Jessica's murder and that of others.
On seeing the police profile Sherlock knows the serial killer does not exist. A mysterious apartment key of Jessica's leads to Noah Kramer, a married lawyer she was having an affair with.
Kramer told Jessica that his client, Raymond Carpenter, was guilty of several murders and she was going to tell the police. Sherlock and Joan meet with Raymond Carpenter in Sing Sing, where Carpenter admits Kramer told him about Jessica and he outsourced her murder, but the killer is now dead.
They find a new crime scene with the scent of nutmeg, and Sherlock's 'irregular' assistant "The Nose" detects sodium hydroxide. They deduce the murders are separate but connected by the same Cleaner being employed to dissolve the bodies, who masked the strong odours with nutmeg.
At Spaulding Technical Institute, which offers certification in cleaning up crime scenes, Sherlock queries a lurid mural featuring nutmeg.
The mural's artist, Conrad Woodbine, is the Cleaner but he refuses to identify any of his clients and is himself murdered and cleaned.
Kitty notices a picture of Raymond Carpenter which includes the superintendent from Woodbine's apartment.
Joan and Sherlock meet with Carpenter again. His youngest son was Woodbine's apprentice and apartment superintendent, and killed him on his father's orders.
They tell Carpenter if he calls his son and tells him to work with the police they will make sure he is put in a safer prison, and Carpenter agrees.
Sherlock, Joan and Kitty investigate the murder of Flynn, a Highway Patrol officer, whose sidearm had been replaced with an airsoft gun.
Flynn was a drug addict and bought many airsoft guns, not just the one he himself wore, and swapped them for real guns from the police's Rodman's Neck Armory which he sold to fund his addiction.
His ultimate supplier, Buros, a wanted arms dealer , prized the military grade police weapons and already had buyers lined up but Flynn, now clean, refused to obtain more for him.
Buros killed Flynn as he would be given an inspector's funeral attended by thousands of police officers, leaving the Armory poorly guarded, but Flynn's crimes came to light and his special funeral was cancelled.
So Buros killed another officer to cause another such funeral. He heists the weapons. Watson identifies the white fibres he left at both murder scenes as upholstery fibres - Buros plans to ship the weapons hidden inside furniture.
He is arrested after his cargo shipment is traced. Meanwhile, Sherlock finds the person posting his personal statements made in sobriety meetings on a recovery blog, and insists they take the blog down as anonymity is vital for the success of the meetings.
When a nurse Joan used to work with asks for her help in finding their missing acquaintance, the woman's trail leads Sherlock and Joan to discover an ongoing illegal drug trial of a time-dilating substance known as EZM Five test subjects were injected with varying dosages.
The higher the dose the madder they went under the influence, one killed the missing acquaintance who was the nurse who administered the drug and they die or, like the nurse, are found murdered.
But Sherlock traces the sponsor - James Connaughton, whose past charity fund had given a youthful Kirk a leg-up and gave his aunt a stipend to help raise him.
When Connaughton learned he was dying he approached Kirk who, owing him for help in his youth, agreed to develop a "pharmaceutical fountain of youth" so that its time-dilating properties would make his last days feel like years, and he ordered the trial's participants executed to cover it up but Connaughton refuses to confess or co-operate.
Sherlock and Watson appeal instead to his new nurse, Brett Won. Shown photos of the dead victims and asked to give their families closure, Won is able to connect Connaughton directly with Purgatorium and with the two hitmen he employed to murder the test subjects.
But when Sherlock revisits Connaughton, he finds the man has effectively committed suicide by injecting himself with EZM to "extend" his period of freedom before arrest, and the drug will destroy his brain and kill him.
An elderly couple both died in bed at the same time. Sherlock says they are a casualty of another crime committed elsewhere in the building.
Someone burned rubber in the basement, which emitted a toxic gas. Sherlock finds a burned body with a tire around his neck.
Clay Dubrovensky was the second floor tenant who worked for the SDS Cartel, growing marijuana for them. The marijuana plants are dying, which Watson and Sherlock find strange.
If the cartel had killed Clay, they would have taken care of the plants as well. Sherlock discovers a rare orchid in the greenhouse. Sherlock thinks that Clay may have bought and sold the flower in an auction.
Sherlock and Watson meet with Barbara Conway from AgriNext. She bought the orchid from Clay and Sherlock accuses her of killing him when he did not give it to her.
She shows them her plant. Sherlock examines both plants and realizes Clay cloned the orchid. There are two more murders by a burning tire necklace, including one right in front of AgriNext.
Sherlock notes the rope was different from the rope used in Clay's murder. They speak again with Barbara Conway. She admits that AgriNext offered Clay a job and was trying to buy out his relationship with the SDS.
The police arrest the SDS member guilty of the AgriNext murders. He denies killing Clay. Joan meets with Clay's ex-girlfriend.
She needed to get plant food from his apartment. He apparently gave all of his girlfriends a special plant.
Barbara Conway meets with Joan. She starts in about who might have killed Clay and Joan interrupts her, telling her that she knows that she killed Clay because he was seeing his ex-girlfriend again.
Sherlock and Joan delve into the background of the murdered woman Sherlock was alerted to, at the end of the previous episode, whose premortem injuries resemble Kitty's conditions during captivity.
Joan retrieves a burner phone from a bar the woman was at previously, leading the NYPD to a suspect, Simon DeMerville P. Simon is found to be a working for a brothel that kidnaps illegal immigrants, and inspection of his property yields the discovery of the body of one of the brothel's suppliers, among numerous women.
The detectives suspect Simon was injured during the confrontation and went to his sister Violet Tammy Blanchard for medical assistance.
Suspecting Violet of knowing more than she claims to know, Kitty visits her house and beats her into cooperating with the NYPD, resulting in Violet making a call to Simon to allow the NYPD to triangulate the call.
Sherlock deduces that Simon is aboard a boat, which the NYPD learns is owned by a local bartender David Valcin who is an old acquaintance of Simon's.
However, the bartender's house where Simon's boat is being kept is found scorched with Simon's body inside. At the morgue, Kitty inspects the body and learns that Simon was not her rapist, as she had broken her captor's fingers in her escape, and Simon's fingers are intact.
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