Elementary Spoilers For Season 7, July 25, 2019 Episode 10 Revealed

Elementary Spoilers For Season 7, July 25, 2019 Episode 10 Revealed

Hey, “Elementary” fans. We hope you guys enjoyed tonight’s episode 9. Now that it’s officially aired and completed, it’s time to see what is going to be taking place in next week’s brand new episode 10.

The wonderful folks over at CBS delivered some new teaser descriptions as usual via their official press release for this 10th installment. We will definitely be referencing their press release for this spoiler session.

To get things started, there is indeed a title for this new episode 10. CBS’ press release revealed that the title is called, “The Latest Model.” It sounds like episode 10 will feature some pretty interesting and possible dramatic scenes as Holmes and Watson get asked to collaborate on a new invention with Odin Reichenbach. Odin causes great concern for Holmes and Watson and more!

We’ll go ahead and start off this spoiler session with the invention part of this plotline. It turns out that the tech billionaire Odin Reichenbach will be at it again with a brand new invention. This particular invention is supposed to help prevent crimes from happening.

Odin will ask Holmes and Watson to come help him test it out, and they will be startled by this request. CBS’ official description tells us, “Holmes and Watson receive a shocking request to collaborate from their foe, Odin Reichenbach, when the tech billionaire asks them to test his new crime prevention system.”

Will Holmes and Watson oblige Odin’s request to come help test this thing out? That’s the big question for this particular plotline. Actually, the second spoiler scoop for this spoiler session answers that question for us.

It also reveals some other very disturbing intel. So, let’s just jump right into the second spoiler scoop.

The second spoiler teaser reveals that Holmes and Watson will indeed help Odin out. Their involvement will feature them being asked to launch an investigation into someone that the program has predicted will commit a crime.

At this point, things will get very bumpy for Holmes and Watson because they will be quite worried that Odin will go ahead and take extreme action against their suspect before Holmes and Watson can finish up their investigation!

CBS’ description tells us, “Tasked with investigating someone the program predicts will soon commit a crime, the duo worries Odin will take drastic action before they conclude their inquiry.”

Will Odin indeed try to take this drastic action that has Holmes and Watson so worried? That’s a big question for this particular situation. We’ll definitely have to wait and see. Whatever the case, it certainly sounds like this plotline could get pretty intense.

Episode 10 will feature quite a few guest stars. They are: Mandy Gonzalez as character (Lanette Brooklee),Patricia Kalember as character (Erika Vanderwey), Lindsay Mendez as character (Dr. Angela Hardy), Woodlene Alexis as character (Durah), Roderick Hill as character (Wesley Conrad), Josiah Bania as character (Amos Deukmejian/DJ Pandasalt), Lizbeth MacKay as character (Mrs. Conrad), Brent Langdon as character (Peyton Trask), Mary McCann as character (Lawyer), An-Li Bogan as character (Guide), Cody Calafiore as character (Jersey Shore) and Autumn Guzzardi as character (Girlfriend).

The season regulars that will be featured in episode 10 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 10 was written by Robert Hewitt Wolfe, and it was directed by Ron Fortunato. CBS’ press release confirmed that episode 10 is indeed scheduled to air next Thursday night, July 25, 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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