|"The One That Got Away"|
Season 3, Episode 12
|Airdate||January 29th, 2015|
|Producer||Carl Beverly; Melissa Black; Carol Cuddy; Robert Doherty; Bob Goodman; Peter Ocko; John Polson|
|Starring||Jonny Lee Miller; Lucy Liu; Jon Michael Hill; Aidan Quinn|
|Previous||"The Illustrious Client"|
"The One That Got Away" is the twelfth episode of season three of the crime drama/mystery series Elementary and the sixtieth episode of the series overall. It was directed by Seith Mann with a story written by series creator Robert Doherty. It first aired on CBS on Thursday, January 29th, 2015 at 10:00 pm.
In this episode, Kitty Winters identifies Joan Watson's new boss, Del Gruber, as the man who raped and tortured her back in England. When Gruber finds out that Holmes and Watson are looking into him, he promptly has her fired. This spurns them on to connect Gruber with a series of other missing persons' reports in the New York City area.
This episode also includes flashbacks that take place in between seasons two and three chronicling Sherlock's first meeting with Kitty and how she helped find a missing child in London. Holmes approaches her and offers to make her his new protégé.
Principal Cast Edit
|Jonny Lee Miller||Sherlock Holmes|
|Lucy Liu||Doctor Joan Watson|
|Jon Michael Hill||Detective Marcus Bell|
|Aidan Quinn||Captain Thomas Gregson|
Guest Stars Edit
|Stuart Townsend||Del Gruber|
|Ophelia Lovibond||Kitty Winters|
|Jessica Blank||Tabitha Laird|
|Edward Baker-Duly||D.I. Davies|
|David Andrew Macdonald||Attorney|
|Tom Bloom||Executive director|
|James Zeiss||Scotland Yard detective|
|Doris McCarthy||Director's wife|
Notes & Trivia Edit
- This episode is rated TV-14.
- This is the second part of a two-part episode that begins with "The Illustrious Client".
- This is the sixth episode of Elementary directed by Seith Mann. It is his first episode from season three.
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