Sherlock Holmes: We need to get to East Rutherford, New Jersey.
Dr. Joan Watson: Wait, wait, wait - wasn't the whole reason we left the house was because we couldn't reach the police?
Sherlock Holmes: Well, we don't know if the police will get the message, or even if they can spare the manpower if by some miracle they do get the message. And we don't even have any proof. No, the most logical solution is for us to go to EROC ourselves.
Dr. Joan Watson: And do what? What if there are fifty commandos shooting up the place?
Sherlock Holmes: Well, I have my whistle.
[she starts to protest]
Sherlock Holmes: I don't know what's going to happen! That's what makes this an adventure.
Sherlock Holmes: [in the cab of a snowplow] So, Pam, very sorry to do this, but we're commandeering this vehicle on behalf of the NYPD. Let's go!
Pam: [to Sherlock] You, get out.
Pam: You, I can give a ride home to if you want.
Sherlock Holmes: They came out of EROC with $33 million in small bills, they loaded their haul into an ambulance, American-made in the late '90's. They haven't been gone more than an hour.
Dr. Joan Watson: The driver had a lazy eye, the other two met at basketball camp, and one has canine lupus.
[off Holmes's look]
Dr. Joan Watson: See how it feels? Just tell me how you know.
Dr. Joan Watson: [looking at Holmes's map] Why does Clyde have tape on his back?
Sherlock Holmes: It's a red cross, he's the ambulance.
Captain Thomas Gregson: [looking at Holmes's map] So, the stapler is the ambulance?
Sherlock Holmes: Yeah. It was a tortoise last night, bear with me.