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Elementary Episode 8 Description: “The Long Fuse”

Elementary is new tonight with an episode called "The Long Fuse." Lisa Edelstein guest stars... think she'll notice this show is like "House as a detective?" Here's how CBS describes it.

WHILE INVESTIGATING A BOMBING THAT LEAVES TWO PEOPLE DEAD, SHERLOCK DISCOVERS A CRIME THAT'S BEEN LYING DORMANT FOR SEVERAL YEARS, ON "ELEMENTARY," ON THURSDAY, NOV. 29

Lisa Edelstein ("House") Guest Stars as Heather, the CEO of a High-End PR Firm
Ato Essandoh ("Blood Diamond") Guest Stars as Alfredo, Who Crosses Paths with Holmes and Watson at a Support Group Meeting

"The Long Fuse" - While investigating an explosion that kills two people, Sherlock discovers a crime that's been lying dormant for years. Meanwhile, Watson encourages Sherlock to finally pick a sponsor, on ELEMENTARY, Thursday, Nov. 29 (10:01-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Lisa Edelstein ("House") guest stars as Heather, the CEO of a high-end PR firm. Ato Essandoh ("Blood Diamond") guest stars as Alfredo, who crosses paths with Holmes and Watson at a support group meeting.

SERIES REGULARS: Jonny Lee Miller (Sherlock Holmes)
, Lucy Liu (Joan Watson)
, Aidan Quinn (Captain Thomas Gregson)
, Jon Michael Hill (Detective Marcus Bell)

GUEST CAST: Lisa Edelstein (Heather Vanowen)
, Ato Essandoh (Alfredo Llamosa)
, Earl Wheeler (Donnie Keshawarz)
, Deepa Purohit (Himali Singh)
, John Pankow (Edgar Knowles)
, Adam Mucci (Rennie James)
, Rufus Collins (Adrian)
, Dan Bittner (Dave Preston)
, Charles Socarides (Royce Maltz)
, Vendant Gokhale (Pradeep Singh)
, Steve Cirbus (Bomb Squad Tech), 
Ellen Harvey (Bank Manager), 
Cari Vujcec (Recovering Addict)
, Tom Titone (Lobbyist)

WRITTEN BY: Jeffrey Paul King

DIRECTED BY: Andrew Bernstein

 

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