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On the Line
001 On the Line episode still of Sherlock Holmes and Joan Watson 250px
Episode number Season 2
Episode 9
Directed by Guy Ferland
Written by Jason Tracey
Air date November 21, 2013
Running time 43 minutes
Episode chronology
Previous Blood Is Thicker
Next Tremors

On the Line is the ninth episode of season two, and the thirty-third episode of the series. It was written by Jason Tracey, and directed by Guy Ferland. The episode premiered on November 21, 2013.

StorylineEdit

Plot synopsisEdit

Holmes and Watson uncover the identity of a serial killer whose case has gone cold and find themselves butting heads with the NYPD.[1]

TriviaEdit

The episode is an homage to Arthur Conan Doyle's "The Problem of Thor Bridge" in the "Casebook of Sherlock Holmes".

AppearancesEdit

Jonny Lee Miller as Sherlock Holmes
Lucy Liu as Joan Watson
Aidan Quinn as Captain Tommy Gregson
Jon Michael Hill as Detective Marcus Bell
Troy Garity as Lucas Bundsch
Chris Bauer as Detective Gerry Coventry
Eric Sheffer Stevens as Tim Spalding
Dillan Arrick as Jenna Lombard
Marcus Callender as Young Cop
Charlotte Maier as Cynthia Tilden
Ryan McCarthy as Sheriff's Officer #1
Lucas Dixon as Sheriff's Officer #2
Howard W. Overshown as Detective
Dee Pelletier as Polygraph Examiner
Kate Cullen Roberts as Kathy Spalding
Kacie Sheik as Receptionist

PollEdit

What did you think of On the Line?
 
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The poll was created at 22:05 on November 26, 2013, and so far 47 people voted.

GalleryEdit

Episode stillsEdit

VideosEdit

PromoEdit

2x09 promo00:21

2x09 promo


ReferencesEdit

  1. "Episode Title: (#209) 'On The Line'". The Futon Critic. Retrieved November 6, 2013.


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