Holmes and Watson investigate the death of a relocation expert who was hiding a secret career. Watson suffers a setback in her attempts to adopt a child.
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Look. I've never felt any pressure from you that I co-parent. But, your idea that I take *no* responsibility for raising your child is naïve. It's not that I think you're incapable of raising a child on your own. Of course you are. But, short of us dissolving our partnership, I'm not capable of not being involved. No-no, not as a child's father, but as its mother's friend.
[Deeply sincere and with great regard
I mean, I'd lay down my life for you. So, if you succeed in adopting a child, I'd lay ...
Written by Christian Campbell Celaya, Woody Ranere
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