An explosion in a computer firm, where most could improvise such bomb hidden deep in the ventilation system, kills an employee. Holmes keeps changing his theory each time the NYPD has caught up with his previous one. The target was chosen amazingly precisely, but years in advance. Meanwhile Watson stubbornly keeps looking for her successor as Holmes' addiction buddy, only to find him as determined to scare them all away.
Did You Know?
Sherlock asks his would-be sponsor about taking diphenhydramine to counteract poisoning. He later tells Watson that diphenhydramine is a hallucinogenic drug that has been outlawed in some countries. Diphenhydramine is an antihistamine, the main ingredient in OTC Benadryl See more
When Sherlock finds the pager, he remarks that it is out of place in such a high tech place as a web design and hosting firm.
During the time that this episode is set, web hosts/server companies were a common customer of paging and assured messaging devices like pagers, as the pagers were the most reliable way of server monitoring software to notify the company of a server or connection failure. Like doctors, IT engineers carried pagers so they would not miss critical messages where a cell phone would not be as reliable, especially in-building or in a large city. See more
[watching the police interview a bombing suspect
Dr. Joan Watson
You don't look convinced.
Bomb building is a dangerous venture. It requires patience, precision, attention to detail. Mr. Jacobs's wristwatch is nine minutes slow, and his fly is three-quarters unzipped. That doesn't scream "detail-oriented."
Dr. Joan Watson
Ted Kaczynski looked like a hobo puked another hobo. He managed to hurt plenty of people.
And point taken.
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Calm The Storm
Written by Jamie Scott & TommyD
Performed by Graffiti6 See more