Elementary Spoilers For Season 7, May 30, 2019 Episode 2 Revealed

Elementary Spoilers For Season 7, May 30, 2019 Episode 2 Revealed

Hey, “Elementary” fans. We hope you guys enjoyed the premiere episode 1 this past Thursday night. Now that it’s officially in the history books, it’s time to take a look at what’s in store for the next, new episode 2. CBS was nice enough to deliver a press release for it, which features a teaser description. So, that’s what we’ll be referencing for this spoiler session.

To get things started, CBS’ press release revealed that episode 2 is labeled/titled, “Gutshot.” Ugh, that sounds mighty rough. Anyways, episode 2 sounds like it will feature more interesting and possible drama-filled scenes as Holmes and Watson try to work an investigation of a badly wounded person. Homes faces heavy legal problems and more!

We’ll go ahead and start off this spoiler session with the Holmes and Watson investigation. It turns out that these two will get involved in a stateside investigation over in London. The case will revolve around some poor person that was extremely wounded by an unknown culprit from the United States.

Also, this victim will be someone that Holmes and Watson know on a personal level. CBS’ official description tells us,”Holmes and Watson try to work a stateside investigation from London when someone close to them is gravely wounded by an unknown perpetrator in the United States.”

Who will this victim turn out to be? Who will the culprit turn out to be? Those are some big questions for this particular storyline. It definitely sounds like it could give us some pretty intriguing scenes to look forward to.

The second spoiler scoop reveals that Holmes is going to face some pretty serious legal problems due to his confession of murder that he didn’t actually commit. These legal problems will certainly throw a huge wrench into he and Watson’s investigation! CBS’ description tells us, “Holmes’ stateside legal trouble, the result of a confession to a murder he didn’t commit, threatens to derail their efforts.”

Will Holmes be able to somehow get around these legal issues? Or will they just prove to be too much? Those are some very important questions for this particular dilemma. We’ll have to wait and see if Holmes can work it out. This storyline sounds like it could feature some pretty drama-heavy scenes.

Episode 2 will feature quite a few guest stars. They are: Mac Brandt as character (Patrick Meers), Terry Bell as character (Tremaine), Christopher Reed Brown as character (Arnold), Winsome Brown as character (Elise), Mike Houston as characer (Marty Bledsoe), Zachary Knower as character (Stan Veek), April Ortiz as character (Linda Blumenthal).

Guest stars list continued: Jade Radford as character (Alicia Ocacia), Bubba Weiler as character (Jake Goodel), Sea McHale as character (Dylan Halleran), Yaegel T. Welch as character (Lead ESU Officer), Diego Aguirre as character (ESU Sergeant) and Terrell Wheeler as character (FBI Security Officer).

Episode 2 will feature a couple of recurring stars. They are: Virginia Madsen as character (Paige) and Jordan Gelber as character (M.E. Hawes).

The season regulars that will be featured in episode 2 are: Jonny Lee Miller as character (Sherlock Holmes), Lucy Liu as character (Joan Watson), Aidan Quinn as character (Captain Tommy Gregson), Jon Michael Hill as character (Detective Marcus Bell) and James Frain as character (Odin Reichenbach).

Episode 2 was written by Jason Tracey and Robert Doherty, and it was directed by Guy Ferland. CBS’ press release confirmed that episode 2 is indeed scheduled to air on Thursday night, May 30, 2019 at approximately 9 pm central standard time.

Alright guys. That’s all we’ve got for this latest “Elementary” report, but definitely stay tuned for more.

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