In the middle of a winter storm, Holmes and Watson must solve the murder of a guard during a botched robbery and unravel the killer's true plan. The pair also get an interesting new roommate.
Did You Know?
Mrs Hudson, the house guest in this episode is a nod to Mrs Hudson, the housekeeper at 221b Baker Street, where Holmes and Watson live in the original Holmes books. See more
In the opening sequence, after the female robber shoots the guard, she takes off her fake blonde wig and throws it on the floor. After she lets in her accomplices, they proceed to walk off but she is shot by the guard in his final act. Later, Sherlock deduces the presence of the blonde wig by the presence of fake hair on a piece of tape in the phone shop. The robbers may have picked up the wig on the way out, but then why would the wig have been taken off in the first place? It also assumes that the woman, after being shot through the abdomen, would still have participated so actively in opening the freight boxes that she would have gotten strands--that would have to have previously fallen from the wig onto her clothing--transferred to the packing tape, a very unlikely scenario for someone who had been gut shot. See more
Dr. Joan Watson
[looking at Holmes's map
Why does Clyde have tape on his back?
It's a red cross, he's the ambulance.
Written by Sean Callery See more