Gerald Lydon hires Holmes to check his extraordinary theory: being 'infected' with a rare and fatal genetic disease. Shortly after, Gerald's driver and henchman Crabtree is murdered. Consulting genetic researchers, Holmes learns genetic 'poisoning' is possible; the rare disease occurs improbably often with wealthy research donors but requires an expert. Meanwhile trainee detective Watson wrestles with the case of Holmes' Russian dry-cleaner Natasha Kademan. Written by
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In the limo you can see through the window behind Holmes that the car is moving away from the buildings, but the camera is facing towards the front of the car, therefore the car should be moving towards the buildings, not away from them. See more
After Holmes and Watson are fired from the case, Holmes brags about how he had stolen Lydon's comb to get a DNA sample from the hair on it. However, he holds the comb with his bare hand, which would contaminate it with his own DNA and would make any test result from it unusable. See more
You're a detective now, you tell me.
Prelude In B Minor, Op. 28, No. 6
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