Sherlock eagerly exacts an excessive price and expenses when hired by one of the Wall Street investment companies he deeply despises to find a missing executive. Having found out the man had an adulterous love nest, where he apparently died from a heroin OD, Holmes convinces NYPD captain Toby Gregson that must be a staged murder and fits a pattern of suspiciously stageable accidents killing executives in several of the form's branches throughout the US. Tying them together proves dangerous, with a surprising culprit. Watson's improved observation skill finally really helps out. Written by
Did You Know?
When Joan tells Sherlock about her date's marital answer he looks up his marital status online at maritalrecords.com. When you look up this site it takes you straight to CBS's website. See more
When Holmes and Watson discover the body of Mr. Talbott (at about 12 minutes 35 seconds) in his 'Love Nest', his right hand is at his right side, but when the shot moves to a close up his right hand is now almost touching the needle protruding from his left arm. See more
It has its costs.
Dr. Joan Watson
Learning to see the puzzle in everything. They're everywhere. Once you start looking, it's impossible to stop. It just so happens that people, with all the deceits and illusions that inform everything they do, tend to be the most fascinating puzzles of all. Of course, they don't always appreciate being seen as such.
Dr. Joan Watson
Seems like a lonely way to live.
As I said. Has its costs.
The Silver Lining
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