Greg is doing his final proficiency test and he has a case to solve. Ironically, he investigates the death of a Sherlock Holmes- wannabe, obsessive to the point of recreating the great detective's living room in his home. He died from a close-range gunshot wound. The murder weapon is not found in the scene although everything other pieces of evidence suggest that it was a suicide. Working under Catherine, Nick and Warrick works on a case of a dead guy found in his car which veered off the highway. Dr. Robbins cannot find the cause of death and it is left to the two detectives to solve the mystery.
Did You Know?
The method in which the murder weapon was concealed closely parallels the Holmes story "Thor Bridge" by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
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The wannabe Holmes looks out the window of his 221B Baker Street re-creation to see a simulated period London street scene. But the scene shows a ground-floor view; in the Arthur Conan Doyle "canon" Holmes' sitting room was one floor up. This "Holmes" was a stickler for details, so it is unlikely he would have allowed such an obvious error. The wannabe Irene Adler speaks with an English accent. The character of Irene Adler was American, as stated by Holmes in the story she appeared in, "A Scandal in Bohemia". See more
So, are you going to say, "The game's afoot"?
I didn't know you were a Conan Doyle fan, Greg.
I'm not. I saw a Sherlock Holmes movie once, by mistake.
Well just so you know, those movies never ended like this.
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