Moriarty asks Holmes to find out who murdered a mechanic in Brooklyn. Despite Watson's protests, Holmes thinks this case will help him uncover Moriarty's true identity, but it will, in fact, lead Holmes to something much worse.
Did You Know?
On the phone, Moriarty tells Sherlock to "consider me a spider, I sit motionless at the center of my web. That web has a thousand radiations I know well every quiver of each of them." This is a reference to Sherlock Holmes's description of Moriarty in Arthur Conan Doyle's intended final short story for the character, "The Final Problem". See more
When Watson is making a sandwich she is holding a spoon at one point and in the next shot she is holding a knife without a break in conversation. See more
Captain Toby Gregson
There's something you got to try to understand. Guys like him, they walk between the raindrops, they don't get wet. People like you do. People like his ex-girlfriend do.
Elementary End Theme
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