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CBS 'Elementary' returns with Sherlock & Watson investigating death by teeth?

The modern day Sherlock Holmes “Elementary” (CBS) returns with an all new episode. It can be seen each Thursday evening at 10/9 p.m. Last night's episode on April 3, 2014 was called, “The Many Mouths of Aaron Colville.” In the overnight TV ratings it garnered 7.79 million TV viewers overall. It reached 1.6 million TV viewers in the all important 18 to 49 adult demographic.

Dr. Joan Watson
CBS Television

In the same time slot at 10 p.m. “Scandal” (ABC) grabbed 8.84 million TV viewers overall & 2.8 with adults. “Parenthood” (NBC) nabbed 3.73 million TV viewers overall & 1.2 with adults.

Elementary” stars, Jonny Lee Miller (Sherlock Holmes), Lucy Liu (Dr. Joan Watson), Jon Michael Hill (Detective Marcus Bell) & Aidan Quinn (Captain Tobias Gregson).

The Many Mouths of Aaron Colville” opened with a dead man lying on a floor. He is a mortician who has bite marks on his neck. Sherlock says it is a robbery & finds that a man posing as a dead person stole some jewelry. The suspect is lying under a sheet as Sherlock pokes him awake.

There were two dead women who had bite marks on their necks. Those murders remain unsolved. Dr. Watson believes that a man named Aaron Colville was charged with killing other women with teeth marks back in 2005. She & a surgeon worked on Aaron back then who was stabbed four times in prison. He may have been innocent of the murders. Aaron died that day & the surgeon argues with Watson over his death.

Watson gives her suspicions to Sherlock. He looks over everything & believes that Aaron was not the killer of the two women back in 2005. There is a someone on the loose who might be committing the same crime. They spend hours looking at x-ray photos of teeth. They find a male who has the same teeth structure. He had his top teeth knocked out though in a fight several years before & received new dentures.

Sherlock believes that someone had copied Aaron's teeth marks by using fake dentures. Him & Watson go to a prison to ask about the denture program where Aaron was incarcerated. A Dr. Loan copied Aaron's teeth on fake dentures for 10 convicts. They interview those former convicts & it gets comical as Sherlock looks at their dentures.

Why does Watson feel responsible for Aaron's death? Was Aaron innocent of murders? Can they find the dentures used to bite the recent women who were killed? You can watch the full episode of “The Many Mouths of Aaron Colville” at the official website of “Elementary.”