|Green screens show flashbacks, theories or previously unseen moments. Present in nearly every episode and liberally used in Season One, the moments are shown in a blurry, jerky format with a green hue. Many times, they show the perpetration of a crime or a key deductive moment. The following isn't an exhaustive list as some episodes contain multiple green screens. It was the idea of series creator Robert Doherty to create the green screens and they are the only sequences shot on film. Its first appearance is in the Season One episode "Pilot".|
|Featuring: Peter Saldua
Spurred on by medication he believes is anti-depressants but is actually steroids, Peter Saldua destroys his washing machine after accidentally washing his phone.
|"While You Were Sleeping"|
|Featuring: Yvette Ellison
Weak from being woken and placed in a drug-induced coma to avoid being a suspect, Yvette Ellison sits while murdering a half-sibling so that she can be the sole inheritor of a fortune.
|Featuring: Dr. Mason Baldwin
Having made a surgical mistake, Baldwin changes a chart to make the patient a target for Danilo Gura, an angel of death operating in his hospital.
|Featuring: Owen Barts and Charles Cooper
Owen Barts cuts Charles Cooper in the stomach before Cooper kills him, dumps his body in brackish water and then tries to frame him for causing a plane crash.
|"One Way to Get Off"|
|Featuring: Sean Figueroa
Holmes realizes that Wade Crewes' accomplice is his son, Sean Figueroa, as he remembers seeing Sean in a shirt that matches the organization that staffs the prison library Crewes works at.
|"The Long Fuse"|
|Featuring: Heather Vanowen
Vanowen plants a pipe bomb in an air vent near the office of her employee Predip Singh who is blackmailing her. The bomb fails to explode so she kills Singh with a shotgun.
|"You Do It to Yourself"|
|Featuring: Trent and Jun Annunzio
Holmes theorizes how Trent Annunzio arranged his own murder to implicate his partner Jun and her rescuer, Brendan O'Brien. Part of his plan involved erasing sex tapes he'd forced Jun to perform.
|Featuring: Geoffrey Silver
A Russian Intelligence spy handler, Silver decides to kill one of his agents, Teri Purcell, so that Purcell's US born daughter will spy for Russia.
|Featuring: Reggie and Cindy (Porn actors)
After Watson is threatened by her landlord with eviction from her apartment due to her sub-letter filming a porn movie in it, she's able to prove the landlord was at the filming by showing a radiator fix he made was in the film.
|"A Giant Gun, Filled with Drugs"|
|Featuring: Emily Grant
From her severed finger, Holmes deduces that Rhys Kinlan's kidnapped daughter Emily is being kept near an Ethiopian restaurant.
|Featuring: Officer Paula Reyes
After discovering that Detective Bell was responsible for tipping off Internal Affairs for her helping to plant drugs on a suspect, Reyes frames Bell in various ways including shooting his brother, Andre.
|Featuring: Dr. Brian Watt
Suffering from a genetic disease, Watt creates a molecule and poisons rich philanthropists with the disease so their foundations would donate money to finding a cure.
|"Déjà Vu All Over Again"|
|Featuring: Drew Gardner
Gardner gives Vivian Tully flowers then pushes her in front of a subway train to recreate a previous murder that motivated his wife to leave him. He then killed his wife and used the re-creation to explain her disappearance.
|"Dead Man's Switch"|
|Featuring: Stuart Bloom aka HENRY8
Operating for years as Charles Milverton's "fail-safe" in his blackmailing business, Milverton kills Bloom by stepping on him while he's in the bath and drowning him.
|Featuring: Katie Sutter
Sutter witnesses the murder of her husband's sister. Decades later, the killer hasn't been found so she implicates an innocent man in order to save her husband from suicide who, her husband kills.
|Featuring: Irene Adler
Holmes sees that Irene has had a mole removed from her back, meaning she's been lying about being captured and brainwashed by an uncaring kidnapper.
|"Solve for X"|
|Featuring: Wayne Kaneshiro
Having solved P vs. NP, which would defeat any computer security, Tanya Barrett hires Kaneshiro to write the code to steal from banks and, to change a restaurant's security footage time stamp in order to provide an alibi for murders she committed.
|Featuring: Holmes and Anne Barker
Watson deduces that from a tattoo on her wrist, Holmes recognized that nanny Anne Barker is actually Abigail Spencer, a woman he corresponded with in his teens who was acquitted of murdering her father.
|Featuring: Lara Banin
After two Russian mobsters are unsuccessful at killing her husband Leo, Lara shoots at him as he is fleeing on his motorcycle, causing a crash that kills Leo and an innocent woman driving a van.
|"An Unnatural Arrangement"|
|Featuring: James Munroe|
|"Blood Is Thicker"|
|Featuring: Natalie Gale
Having used her billionaire husband's estranged daughter, Haley, to create a toxin that will cause her husband, Ian's body to reject his heart transplant, Gale stabs Haley but doesn't plan on Haley falling off her apartment balcony.
|"On the Line"|
|Featuring: Lucas Bundsch
Having been cleared of a murder while taking a polygraph, Holmes catches Bundsch employing several counter-measures including putting deodorant on his hands. This and other signs leads Holmes to deduce that Bundsch is a serial killer.
|Featuring: Dr. Phineas Hobbs
In order to cover up a drug trial gone wrong, Hobbs shoots Rada Hollingsworth with a shotgun, obliterating her heart, but the kickback from the shotgun cuts him, leaving blood at the scene.
|Featuring: Donald Hauser and Jacob Weiss
His pyramid scheme revealed, Hauser lets Weiss know that he's leaked their embezzling scheme. Weiss covers this up by having Hauser tortured to discover the recipient of the information, and then has Hauser killed.
|"Dead Clade Walking"|
|Featuring: Dr. Jerome Thomas and Malcolm Turner
In order to conceal that he completed a dinosaur skeleton with bones bought on the black market, Thomas kills Turner (the "Magpie") and smashes a fossil that would discredit a textbook he co-wrote.
|"Corpse de Ballet"|
|Featuring: Nolan Sharp and Nell Solange
In order to create a media sensation that he'd be the star of, lawyer Nolan Sharp kills ballerina Nell Solange and arranges her body to be found bisected. He then leaks that another ballerina, Iris Lanzer, and Solange were having an affair.
|"The One Percent Solution"|
|Featuring: Michelle Forrester
Forrester plants a bomb that kills her boss and wounds her, deflecting suspicion. With her bosses' job, she accesses the US Jobs Report and blackmails a bank CEO to make trades that will make her millions.
|"Ears to You"|
|Featuring: Sarah Cushing
Having left her husband, Gordon, and disappeared years before, Sarah has her new husband, a plastic surgeon, grow ears on her back, cut them off and then send them to Gordon with a ransom demand.
|"The Hound of the Cancer Cells"|
|Featuring: Hank Prince and Barry Granger
In order to temporarily lower his company's value in order to keep money from his wife who he was divorcing, Prince discredits his company's medical device, "The Hound" via an anonymous whistle-blower. He kills his chief scientist, Granger, and stages it as a suicide to lend credence to the discrediting.
|"No Lack of Void"|
|Featuring: Bart and Eugene MacIntosh
As part of an insurance fraud scheme using anthrax on his dairy farm, Bart kills Eugene once the anthrax that Eugene helped to create is discovered and tells police that Eugene planned to poison his cows as part of a terrorist plot.
|"The Man With the Twisted Lip"|
|Featuring: Kenneth Carlson
Investigating the use of a drone to kill a whistle-blower who worked for a large military contractor, Holmes arranges a meeting with a company executive and recognizes him as Kenneth Carlson.
|"Art in the Blood"|
|Featuring: Arthur West
Holmes deduces that Arthur West, a former MI6 asset who was murdered, was being visited by his ex-wife Marion, who claimed to be out of touch with him, by shopping bags at Arthur's apartment.
|"The Grand Experiment"|
|Featuring: Nadir Khadem
Infuriated that Khadem has been having an affair with his wife, Iranian spy Julian Afkhami stones Khadem to death and then uses MI6 mole Tim Sherrington to make the motive for the murder appear political.
|"Enough Nemesis To Go Around"|
|Featuring: Kevin Elspeth
Elspeth murders a detective and the bookkeeper of drug cartel leader Elana March by placing steel slugs in an elevator and then pulling the slugs through them with a magnet. He hides the magnet in a shower bench which Watson discovers.
|Featuring: Amit Hattengatti
In a clever plot to deflect suspicion from himself and take over his boss's diamond business, Amit arranges for his boss's murder but Kitty realizes that office supplies used to wrap the money paid to the killer match those at the store Amit works at.
|Featuring: Margaret Bray
In order to move the location of a planned casino to land her family owns, Bray has Stuart Zupko steal an old map and then kills him. Bray has an altered forgery of the map created which she planned to invalidate the planned location of the casino.
|"The Adventure of the Nutmeg Concoction"|
|Featuring: Jeremy Stevenson
Kitty realizes who killed a murder scene cleaner when she sees a photo of Raymond Carpenter after his conviction and sees Raymond's son, Jeremy, is the murder scene cleaner's building superintendent.
|"End of Watch"|
|Featuring: Watson and Detective Bell
Watson notices fibres in the boot print of cop-killer Niko Buros. This clue is crucial in locating Buros and retrieving a consignment of weapons Buros stole from the police.
|Featuring: Barbara Conway and Clay Dubrovensky
Discovering that Clay Dubrovensky is sleeping with his ex-girlfriend Courtney Stever, Conway kills him with a blow to the head. She then burns him in a tire to place suspicion on a Colombian gang.
|"The Illustrious Client"|
|Featuring: Sherlock Holmes
Believing that murderer and rapist Simon de Merville is hiding out in a boat, Garritsen Beach is unsuccessfully searched for him. However, when Holmes sees a boat trailer lined with artificial turf, he realizes de Merville is hiding in a boat parked in a previous neighbor's driveway.
|Featuring: Conrad Brown and Steven Horowitz
After Horowitz forgives the debt of a man who owns a house that is the only hold-out in development of a ski resort, Brown, who is the lawyer for the developer and stands to lose millions, kills Horowitz.
|"When Your Number's Up"|
|Featuring: Holmes and Watson
While revealing evidence to Dana Powell in "the box" at the 11th Precinct, Watson says that Dana's husband Nick had brain cancer which she saw from a photo of him on the Internet. This provides the motive for Dana to orchestrate murders that would result in a fix-sum settlement from the airline whose plane crash Nick died in.
|"For All You Know"|
|Featuring: Maria Gutierrez
While cleaning the offices of councilman Robert Barclay, Maria sees him in a bloody shirt which she retrieves from a dumpster and gives to Holmes. Barclay lures her back to her office with the promise of help for her incarcerated brother and kills her.
|"T-Bone and the Iceman"|
|Featuring: Vance Ford
Dying of leukemia, Ford kills a relative, Jim Sullivan, who won't donate his bone marrow. Having left boot prints at the scene, he wears Sullivan's smaller shoes whenever questioned by police, which causes foot bruising and him to limp.
|"One Watson, One Holmes"|
|Featuring: Petros Franken
At the murder scene of Everyone member Errol White, aka "Species", Holmes finds a dyed red hair which he tells Detective Bell he can trace to another Everyone member, "Sucking Chest Wound", who he later identifies as Franken.
|"A Stitch in Time"|
Holmes deduces that Collin Eisley kept an accomplice from admitting to murder and a scheme to give an advantage to his blind trust by paying him with a Picasso painting. Holmes notices the painting is missing from an earlier visit to Eisley's home.
|"Under My Skin"|
|Featuring: Wallace Turk
After watching a surveillance video of a man shooting ambulance staff and then taking the ambulance, Holmes is able to find the man, Wallace Turk, by seeing that he missed picking up a shell casing.
|Featuring: Everett Keck
Trying to prove that two entomology professors are responsible for Keck's murder and bee colony collapse disorder, Holmes realizes that Keck was sleeping with one of the professors from his t-shirt and his theology degree graduation robe.
|"A Controlled Descent"|
|Featuring: Oscar Rankin
After Oscar kidnaps Alfredo and demands Holmes find his sister Olivia, Holmes finds transmission fluid and stone dust on Oscar's coat which leads Watson to find where Alfredo is being kept.
|"The Past Is Parent"|
|Featuring: Juan Murillo
A former smuggler of immigrants who was responsible for the massacre of two girl's families decades before, Murillo is discovered by one of the survivors who confirms he now owns a restaurant in NJ and, plans to kill him.
|"Evidence of Things Not Seen"|
|Featuring: Alta Von See
In order to create a scandal that will result in the head of DARPA being discredited and her becoming the new head, physically disabled Von See uses a sonic pressure shield to incapacitate staff at DARPA, shoots them and then steals research.
|"All My Exes Live in Essex"|
|Featuring: Dr. Abby Campbell
Discovering her oncologist husband Nate is purposely misdiagnosing patients with cancer in order to fatten profits, Nate strangles Abby when she confronts him. He then processes her body into a skeleton.
|"The Games Underfoot"|
|Featuring: Eddie Ross and Vladimir Orlov
Hired by real estate owner Duncan Brice to burn one of his buildings for insurance money, Orlov also stabs and burns Ross who discovered barrels of toxic waste buried on a property Brice was selling.
|"The Cost of Doing Business"|
|Featuring: Pierre Gagnier and Bill Wellstone
After having a secret affair with one of his employee's wives, Wellstone discovers the wife is sleeping with a plumber. He sneaks a sniper rifle into a building in a golf bag which he gives to Gagnier, who then shoots 9 people, including the plumber, to mask that the plumber was the target.
Impersonating a missing girl, Mina, who she resembles, Cassie is able to fool a DNA test by finding Mina, attacking her and shaving her hair. Days later, she then shaves her head, scatters Mina's hair in a truck stop bathroom and when found, acts traumatized.
|"A Burden of Blood"|
|Featuring: Jennifer Crismond
Jennifer's husband Chris uses a plastic bag to suffocate his sister, Ellen, after she broke a pact that they would never have children as their father was a serial killer. From a chemical found in Ellen's lungs, Holmes realizes the bag was to get goldfish for their pond.
|Featuring: Wilson Trager and Bradley Mackmain
Holmes deduces that university CEO Trager is using his in-law Mackmain to find students who are heavily in debt to the university, and are ex-cons, to perform criminal acts for him. A picture of Trager with a man in a Mackmain tartan gives Holmes the connection.
|"Down Where the Dead Delight"|
|Featuring: Neil Dannon
Discovering his disturbed son Toby plans to kill Janet Heffernan, Neil strangles Janet and sinks her body in a pond. When her body is found, Neil kills a homeless man and places a bomb in his body which explodes in the Morgue, destroying Janet's body and killing Nicole Slater.
|"A View with a Room"|
|Featuring: Detectives Ryan Dunning and Lisa Hagen
In order to get a bike gang leader's computer so they can steal the gang's funding, undercover detective Dunning and computer expert Hagen build a copy of the leader's office and film Dunning being fake killed in it. This prompts police to raid the real office which gives Hagen access to the computer.
|"A Study in Charlotte"|
|Featuring: Professor Alston Harper
From the tattoo "R.A.C.H.E." on Charlotte Konig, Holmes is able to deduce that the tattoo was "A.C.H." for the initials of Alston C. Harper. Bell, Holmes and Watson find that Harper was Charlotte's estranged husband and killed her for properties she owned.
|"Who Is That Masked Man?"|
|Featuring: Sven Eklund and Ray Mui
Mortician Eklund discovers that retirement home residents are being killed by muscle relaxants and calls the home's manager, not knowing he is the killer, and is part of a Chinese triad charity scam. Triad member Mui stabs Eklund who carries out an elaborate revenge using masks.
|"Up to Heaven and Down to Hell"|
|Featuring: Malcolm Busquet
Having made a mistake on a revolutionary building design that will ruin his reputation, architect Busquet kills a rich widow, denying the "air rights" of her building to the developer and facilitating a shorter building design that will suit Busquet's plans.
|"You've Got Me, Who's Got You?"|
|Featuring: Al Baxter
Friends with a street hero, Mike Stratton aka, the Midnight Ranger, Stratton tries to stop Baxter from shooting up a meeting between his employer, Superlative Comics and movie studio executives, but is shot and killed by Baxter.
|"Ready or Not"|
|Featuring: Vincent Bader and Ira Wallace
Partners in a medical practice, Wallace kills Bader in an exclusive doomsday bunker in order to throw suspicion on the bunker's owner. Bader had been selling pills from their practice's stores to drug dealers which jeopardized Wallace's future.
|Featuring: Vural Celik
A Turkish spy, Vural and his brother Murat rob a poker game that the head of Semper Apex, a company that provides IT security for UN missions, is at, and take a key impression to the server room. Posing as clients, they install a device to steal info from the servers.
|"Art Imitates Art"|
|Featuring: Phoebe Elliot
After one of Phoebe's selfies becomes an art sensation and contains evidence that a man framed for murder wasn't present when the murder was committed, ADA Christina Pullman kills her from a car and leaves DNA of Phoebe's brother Keith in the car.
|"Ain't Nothing Like the Real Thing"|
|Featuring: Ida Talt
Discovering her husband Jared intended to fake his murder to blackmail his business partner for money and then leave her, Ida follows him to the staging site, shoots Jared and his accomplice and, then leaves evidence to indicate he was the victim of a car jacking.
|"A Difference in Kind"|
|Featuring: Joshua Vikner
In order to frame Vikner for murder, Watson has him take a call from Morland on a phone that Sherlock has placed a special residue that will allow them to take his fingerprints and place them on a murder weapon.
|"Worth Several Cities"|
|Featuring: Wayne Vachs' security head
In order to secure a Chinese mineral deal worth billions, Vachs has his security head kill David Densham, who possesses the Imperial Jade Seal of China, so that it will be found by police and returned to China. Vachs' security head and his team leave for Morocco to escape justice.
|"Render, and Then Seize Her"|
|Featuring: Dennis Karig
Believing that the creator of unique CGI software, Karig, is responsible for murder and kidnapping, Watson recognizes Karig in altered surveillance footage from his sloped shoulders.
|"Henny Penny the Sky Is Falling"|
|Featuring: Laurie Barrett
From an irregularity in photos taken by murdered analyst Russell Cole, Watson deduces that Cole's bosses' wife, Laurie, was having an affair with Russell, and she provides the secluded location Russell worked on a problem that resulted in his death.
|"To Catch a Predator Predator"|
|Featuring: Molly Parsons aka Nadia Swain
After a catfisher who preys upon men who lure under-aged girls into having sex is murdered, Holmes discovers that Parsons, who works for the on-line dating site used by the catfisher, is the murderer by matching medication he saw at her workplace to that she detailed in a victim statement.
|Featuring: Mateo Lima
After a group of cyber security analysts are poisoned with snake venom as a ruse to steal art from the NY Stock Exchange, one of the clues Holmes discovers that Lima was the poisoner, is scars from a snake bite on the back of his left hand.
|"It Serves You Right to Suffer"|
|Featuring: Shinwell Johnson
At the scene of a murdered gang member, Holmes tells Watson that a man matching Shinwell's description was seen fleeing the scene and, that a crucifix matching his was found on a fence.
|"Pick Your Poison"|
|Featuring: Ethan Moore
Chronically weak and sick, Ethan's mother and his doctor, who was running a "pill mill", by stealing other doctor's identities, are killed. Watson realizes that the doctor revealed to Ethan that his mother was poisoning him. With an accomplice, he shot them both.
|"Be My Guest"|
|Featuring: Ryan Decker
After Decker, who keeps women as sex slaves, is released from custody so he can be tailed, police lose him in the Rockaway area. Remembering a picture Decker painted of a beach, Holmes advises police to search near the shoreline.
|"Crowned Clown, Downtown Brown"|
|Featuring: Raymond Thorpe
In a plot to poison NYC's water supply which would result in millions of home water filtration systems being bought, benefiting Thorpe and his partner Wendell Hecht, a man dressed as a clown takes pictures of Thorpe poisoning the water and is recognized by Holmes.
|"Over a Barrel"|
|Featuring: Frank Trimble
The mastermind behind a large maple syrup smuggling operation, Holmes discovers Trimble is the culprit by comparing bruising left by his fists at a bar fight, over a hockey game, to those on a security guard he beat up to facilitate the smuggling at a warehouse.
|"Rekt in Real Life"|
|Featuring: Tendu and Libena
After Tendu's eSports agent Owen Tuchman aka O.G. Pwnzr, is tortured and then killed for Tendu's location, Tendu and Libena hear the killer trying to break into their hotel room and escape through the window.
|"Wrong Side of the Road"|
|Featuring: Agent Anson Gephardt
After those involved in a case Holmes and Kitty worked on in London die suspicious deaths, Holmes believes he saw the assassin at a private club and draws a sketch of the man. The man is later revealed to be DIA Agent Gephardt.
|Featuring: Eli Kotite
Listening to audio tapes of the pre-trial of Eli Kotite, the ravings of his defense attorney, Tom Saunders, revealed US intelligence secrets which Holmes believes led to Kotite being thrown off his apartment balcony and killed when he landed on his van.
|"The Ballad of Lady Frances"|
|Featuring: Councilman Slessinger
Seeking mayoral election, Slessinger places Cosmo Dellis in a company with technology that helps him rig the election. After Cosmo uses the company's technology to steal a valuable guitar, risking exposing the rigging, Slessinger kills Cosmo with the guitar.
|"Dead Man's Tale"|
|Featuring: Clarence Jarman
Realizing that a marine salvager, Lars Vestergaard, stood to gain more from his investors if a sunken ship he sold shares in had no treasure, Holmes calls one of Lars' investors, Clarence Jarman.
|Featuring: Joan Watson
Believing Carter Gibson killed a PI, Fred Kirby, and his driver and then cremated them, Watson remembers the remains of an orthopedic leg brace were found in the cremation remains. Finding a similar brace at Carter's home, Holmes believes Carter was burned.
|"The Art of Sleights and Deception"|
|Featuring: The Art of Sleights and Deception book
While investigating the murder of magician Claude Rysher aka Razr, Holmes explains to Watson that Rysher may have been killed over discovering the author of a card trick book.
|"Fly Into a Rage, Make a Bad Landing"|
|Featuring: Roy Booker
Booker discovers Ted Winthrop is defrauding his clients for kick-backs from their exs and blackmails him for a portion of it. When Booker asks for more, Winthrop assaults Booker's ex-wife, Chantal Milner, frames Booker for it, kills Booker and stages it as a suicide.
|"Fly Into a Rage, Make a Bad Landing"|
|Featuring: Ted Winthrop
Roy Booker discovers Winthrop is defrauding his clients for kick-backs from their exs and blackmails him for a portion of it. When Booker asks for more, Winthrop assaults Booker's ex-wife, Chantal Milner, frames Booker for it, kills Booker and stages it as a suicide.
|Featuring: Enigma machine
Trying to bring down the gang SBK, how its leader Bonzi Folsom communicates with the gang is unknown until Watson discovers the filenames in Bonzi's social media are a code and Holmes notices a WW2 Enigma encrypting machine in Bonzi's apartment.
|"Hurt Me, Hurt You"|
|Featuring: Carmen and Tyus Wilcox
Watson is able to prove that SBK gang leader Wilcox killed the sister of Halcon, leader of rival gang Mara Tres, but noticing that in a video of her torture, blood on her lip was from biting her attacker and Tyus' DNA was found in her throat.
|"An Infinite Capacity for Taking Pains"|
|Featuring: Sherlock Holmes
Holmes discovers that Sammy Olivetti made tapes of himself having sex with women with a hidden camera that is activated by his front door deadbolt. The camera also recorded Olivetti's murder by Ryan Hayes.
|"Once You've Ruled Out God"|
|Featuring: The Dutchman
With the city under threat of the explosion of a dirty bomb, one of the deductions Holmes makes that the bomb is conventional and a heist is the plan is seeing one of the Dutch thieves enter a diamond exchange building.
|Featuring: Chris Holland
After George Nix, a collector of colonial Americana, is murdered at a reenactment and his home is burned, Watson discovers an old land grant Nix owned was the target of the fire so that land developer, Chris Holland, who was at the reenactment, could keep the land.
|"Bits and Pieces"|
|Featuring: Dr. Nora Selsky
In order to cover up that an organ donor's body had antibodies that could be used to develop a universal flu vaccine, Selsky kills two people who received skin grafts from the body.
|"Nobody Lives Forever"|
|Featuring: Hunter Becket
In order to prevent a $5M prize from being awarded from a non-profit organization his father set up, Becket kills two scientists who are close to winning the prize so that he can inherit it.
|"The Adventures of Ersatz Sobekneferu"|
|Featuring: Professor Merrick Hausmann
Looking for a forger nicknamed "The Theban" who mummifies bodies and sells them as antiquities, he is discovered to be Professor Hausmann, an authenticator of artefacts.
|"You've Come a Long Way, Baby"|
|Featuring: Maggie Foltz
In order to prevent revealing smuggling operations that benefited the cigarette company she worked for, Foltz kills an accountant who discovered the operation during a merger.
|"Through the Fog"|
|Featuring: Vincent Wong and Anthony Daniels
A part of a heist of the 11th Precinct's servers, Wong and Daniels assemble a fake bio-attack bomb in the bathroom and later, set it off in the precinct so that one of their accomplices, dressed as a CDC worker, could steal the servers.
|"The Worms Crawl in, the Worms Crawl Out"|
|Featuring: Sepi Chamanara
Discovering that a fellow scientist and sometimes lover, William Velnik, was responsible for killing trees required to feed her silkworms that were spinning bullet-proof silk, Chamanara stabs him in the neck with a screwdriver.
|"The Visions of Norman P. Horowitz"|
|Featuring: David and Norman Horowitz
To trick and sell a book of predictions written by Norman to Henry Baskerville, Holmes sees from a picture of the Horowitzes that David and his wife Luz used the seeds of a plant to kill those Norman predicted would die, lending credence to his book.
|"The Geek Interpreter"|
|Featuring: Marvin Hathaway and James Cantrell
Hathaway kidnaps mathematician Lily Zavala and forces her to work on changes to flood plans. Hiring Cantrell to watch Lily, he discovers Cantrell has demanded ransom, threatening his plans. Hathaway kills Cantrell by hitting him in the head with a fire extinguisher.
|"Fit to be Tied"|
|Featuring: Michael Rowan
Noticing Rowan recently purchased a unique sobriety key chain sold by only one company, with Everyone's help, Holmes discovers the address the key chain was mailed to and finds where Rowan was living when he left NYC.
|"Whatever Remains, However Improbable"|
|Featuring: Michael Rowan
Reviewing Rowan's autopsy report, Watson notes that Rowan's orbital bone was fractured as he was being killed, likely giving him a concussion. This would explain why he thought his killer was Watson.
|"Whatever Remains, However Improbable"|
|Featuring: Hannah Gregson|
|"The Further Adventures"|
|Featuring: Dr. Garret Halsey
In order to cover up performing the wrong operation on tabloid star Lola Quinn, Halsey throws acid in her face. Later, he's one of her attending doctors before she commits suicide.
|Featuring: Patrick Meers
Admitting that he killed Tim Bledsoe, Meers indicates that he shot Captain Gregson after following Gregson to a baseball field where Meers hid Tim's body behind the wall of a snack bar.
|"Red Light, Green Light"|
|Featuring: Saul Maranek-Halevi
An employee of the Dept. of Transportation, Saul hacks NYC's traffic lights in order to cause an accident involving a truck carrying building construction supplies. This allows his father-in-law to win a building construction project worth billions.
|"Into the Woods"|
|Featuring: Truffles the hog
Holmes catches a poisoner, Colby, who forced a moonshiner, Renny Henderson, to make and test ricin on his hog, Truffles. Holmes spots that Colby uses an unusual knot to tie his shoelaces, which was also used to tie up Renny and Truffles.
|"From Russia with Drugs"|
|Featuring: Cecil Troy
In order to convince the DEA that fentanyl-laced cash is deadly, Troy and his partner, Audrey Kensit, who won a DEA contract to clean money that was delayed, have Ridley Dineen rob a safe house with poisoned cash and put fentanyl in his inhaler.
|"On the Scent"|
|Featuring: Joan Watson
While questioning a drug kingpin who owns an OTB as a front, Watson secretly takes a photo of some documents which she later deduces is a train schedule to ship marijuana, disguised to look like sport betting lines.
|Featuring: Sherlock Holmes
Holmes describes proof to Odin that he's not just killing to prevent future murders, but that he killed Talia Baccaro in order to acquire her brother's company.
|"Their Last Bow"|
In order to frame Reichenbach for shooting Holmes, Watson picks up the shell casings from a pistol loaded with blanks and plants Holmes' blood at the scene.