Holmes' latest investigation takes him inside a professional dance company when an up-and-coming ballerina is murdered. Meanwhile, Watson embarks on a solo enquiry to find a homeless veteran when his friend alleges he was abducted.

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Iris Lanzer
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Nolan Sharp
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Jake Picardo
Curtis McClarin ...
Morris Gilroy
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Nicholas Orman
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Rachel Brown
Alec Beard ...
Officer Conroy
Tally Sessions ...
Officer Jaffin
Dan Cooney ...
Cliff Brown
Bradford Cover ...
Vincent Renatto
Kimberly Faure ...
Nell Solange
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Holmes' latest investigation takes him inside a professional dance company when an up-and-coming ballerina is murdered. Meanwhile, Watson embarks on a solo enquiry to find a homeless veteran when his friend alleges he was abducted.

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Crime | Drama | Mystery

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6 February 2014 (USA)  »

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The title is a riff on the term "corps de ballet." This term refers to those in a ballet company who dance as a group, versus soloists. The term is French, and the letter "p" is silent. It directly translates as "body of the ballet." Both "corps" and "corpse" descend from the Latin word corpus, meaning body. See more »

Goofs

When Irene Lanzer's ('Aleksa Palladino') feet are shown they are clearly too nice looking to belong to a ballet dancer in the midst of a ballet season. Dancing on point shoes causes many sores on a dancer's feet. See more »

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Dr. Joan Watson: [Joan walks into the kitchen and sees a note on the door that says; Coitus in Progress... Recently concluded] More on point than a sock.
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References Twilight (2008) See more »

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Violin Concerto in D Major, Op. 77: I. Allegro Non Troppo
Written by Johannes Brahms
Performed by Takako Nishizaki & Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra & Stephen Gunzenhauser
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