A lady stages a suicide in order to prosecute Bunch, who may have killed her sister. Sherlock and Joan follow leads to find out whether Bunch may be guilty. Meanwhile Joan and Sherlock have many discrepancies over Sherlock not showing any respect. Written by
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The storyline quickly departs from the events of the opening scenes, which encompass a 1922 short story by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. In "The Problem of Thor Bridge," a woman dies after being shot on a bridge, and the clues point to one person as the murderer. Sherlock's investigation reveals that the dead woman had arranged her own suicide solely to frame someone for her "murder." See more
When Sherlock and Watson are in the kitchen talking, Watson puts the kettle on the hob, then gets a mug out and puts it on the counter. Several times when the camera pans back to Watson the mug has moved to the opposite side of her mobile phone, then back again. See more
Captain Thomas Gregson
Everybody? Listen up. It has come to my attention that there's some of you that aren't thrilled the way some things are done around here, think I've given our consultants a little too much sway. Some friends of mine wanted to let me know before it was too late to right the ship. And I appreciate that. We've got a mission here. It's to protect this city and the citizens that live in it. You are all part of that effort every day. Most of you do yourselves and this department proud, and for that, ...
Time Is on My Side
Written by Jerry Ragovoy
and Jimmy Norman
Performed by The Rolling Stones See more