Elementary Spoilers For Season 7, June 27, 2019 Episode 6 Revealed

Elementary Spoilers For Season 7, June 27, 2019 Episode 6 Revealed

Hey, “Elementary” fans. We hope you guys enjoyed tonight’s episode 5. Now that it’s officially over and in the history books, it’s time to take a look at what’s going to go down in the next, new episode 6.

We were able to get a few teaser descriptions for it via a new CBS press release. So, that’s certainly what we’ll be using for this spoiler session.

To get things started, CBS’ press release revealed that episode 6 is entitled, “Command: Delete.” So, that’s a pretty innovative title. It sounds like episode 6 will feature some very interesting, action-filled and dramatic scenes as Bell tries to stop a sniper shooting! Watson and Holmes get a very unique offer and more.

We’ll go ahead and start off this spoiler session with the unique offer situation. It turns out that Watson and Holmes will have some more scenes with this new tech billionaire that’s on the scene, Odin Reichenbach.

He’s going to give Watson and Holmes a chance to participate in his new program, which can supposedly predict a crime before it ever happens! CBS’ official description tells us, “Tech billionaire Odin Reichenbach presents Holmes and Watson with an extraordinary offer to help him with a program that can predict future crimes.”

Will Holmes and Watson accept this unique offer from Odin? Does Odin’s program really predict future crimes? Those are a couple of huge questions for this particular storyline. It certainly sounds like a pretty far-fetched idea. We’ll have to wait and see how all that plays out.

We definitely think we’ll get some pretty intriguing scenes out of this plotline. That’s for sure.

The second spoiler scoop reveals that Holmes and Watson will not just be dealing with Odin in this episode. We’re also going to see them come to the aid of Bell at some point. Apparently, Bell will be in the midst of trying to stop one of his fellow NYPD officers from sniping somebody out!

CBS’ description tells us, “Holmes and Watson assist Bell when he tries to prevent a future crime of his own, as he races to locate a fellow NYPD officer planning a sniper shooting.”

Will Holmes, Watson and Bell get to this officer before it’s too late? Or will some very unlucky person fall victim to a deadly sniper attack? That is the super, huge question for this particular storyline.

Whatever ends up happening, it certainly sounds like this storyline has at least a handful of very intense and drama-filled scenes to show you guys. So, be on the lookout for all of that.

Episode 6 will feature a lot of guest stars. They are: Rob Bartlett as character (Captain Dwyer), Tim Guinee as character (Agent McNally), Myk Watford as character (Davis Whitmark), Stephanie DiMaggio as character (Carla Whitmark), Peter Ganim as character (Dr. Gregory Burgess), Kelly McCrann as character (Tessa Pritchard), Ian Kahn as character (Alwyn Smith), Judy McLane as character (Lawyer), Kirsten Scott as character (Juliana), Jeff Applegate as character (ToddHarris), Brynne McManimie as character (Libby), Harriett D. Foy as character (Viola Wright), Maria Elena Ramirez as character (Ms. Duarte) and Jennifer Mudge as character (Cassina).

The season regulars that will be featured in this episode 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 6 was written by Jordan Rosenberg, and it was directed by Craig Zisk. CBS’ press release confirmed that episode 6 is indeed scheduled to air next Thursday night, June 27, 2019 at approximately 9 pm central standard time.

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

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