Sherlock Holmes: This is the asylum at Varnish.
Dr Watson: The misery there must be behind those walls. Hm.
Sherlock Holmes: There's no escape from the terrors of the mind.
Dr Watson: Indeed. Well, another case concluded.
Sherlock Holmes: Pah! I needn't have left Baker Street. An observant child could have solved it.
Flora Miller: Who will rid me of this troublesome woman?
Lord Robert St. Simon: Lord Blackwater said that Mr Holmes has handled cases of this sort before. Though hardly, I imagine, from the same class of society.
Dr Watson: He would in fact be descending.
Lord Robert St. Simon: Sir.
Dr Watson: Well, Mr Holmes' last client of the sort was a king.
Sherlock Holmes: How dare you! How dare you make a record of this case!
Dr Watson: Ho, record. Oh, no no no no no, I'm merely answering an invitation... to another seminar.
Sherlock Holmes: Really? Well, be quick; we leave in an hour.
Dr Watson: What for?
Sherlock Holmes: For heaven's sake, Watson, the performance.
Sherlock Holmes: I can not expect you to understand how much I envy you. The delight it must be to face an opponent of some worth.