The modern day Sherlock Holmes “Elementary” (CBS) can be seen each Thursday evening at 10/9 p.m. Last night's episode on May 15, 2014 was the TV season finale “The Grand Experiment.” In the overnight TV ratings it garnered 7.34 million TV viewers overall. It reached 1.4 million TV viewers in the all important 18 to 49 adult demographic.
“Black Box” (ABC) grabbed 4.23 million TV viewers overall & reached 1.1 with adults. “Rosemary's Baby” (NBC) TV mini-series (9-11 p.m.) nabbed 3.31 million TV viewers overall & reached 1.0 with adults.
“The Grand Experiment” opened with Mycroft not believing what Sherlock is telling him. The mole in MI-6 is framing Mycroft for murder & treason. Watson & Mycroft had just slept together the night before. He told her that he joined the British intelligence several years ago because he wanted to protect Sherlock back in London.
Sherlock inspected Mycroft's car & grabbed its' remote control from the table. On the balcony above the street, he pushed on that remote & the car exploded into flames. The mole wants Mycroft dead.
Sherlock brought Mycroft & Watson to a secluded mansion & then visits the British Intelligence. MI-6 does not believe Mycroft murdered Arthur West, but Sherlock tells them that Myrcoft's finger prints were on the gun that killed West.
Arthur West had tattoo coded words on his arms which was a message that Sherlock unscrambles. That message had something to do with the mole within MI-6. Meanwhile, Sherlock & Watson argue over their relationship. Watson decides to move out of the home she shares with Sherlock.
Sherlock believes that those words & numbers on West's arms indicate dates, time & foreign countries. Mycroft realized that he was in all the same places on the same exact dates written on West's arms. Someone inside MI-6 followed & then meticulously framed Mycroft.
Will Watson move out of the home she shares with Sherlock? Can Mycroft find out why the mole is framing him? What is the British intelligence actually doing in New York City? You can watch the full episode of “The Grand Experiment” on the official website of “Elementary.”