In the middle of a winter storm, Holmes and Watson must solve the murder of a guard during a botched robbery and unravel the killer's true plan. The pair also get an interesting new roommate.
Did You Know?
Mrs Hudson, the house guest in this episode is a nod to Mrs Hudson, the housekeeper at 221b Baker Street, where Holmes and Watson live in the original Holmes books. See more
When Detective Bell inquires at the hospital after possible gunshot patients or those concealing such wounds, Vince (hospital employee) pulls up medical records for "Alysa Darvin." The screen shows that all on the same date the hospital ran lab work for the patient, including Total Cholesterol, HDL, LDL, Blood Sugar, Triglycerides, Mamogram [sic], Chest X-Ray, and Stress Test. While the figures for the results are all good and plausible, the idea that they would run any of these blood panel tests OR put a gut-shot woman through a mammogram or stress test is decidedly not plausible (especially with storm-limited resources and no health insurance). Only the chest x-ray is likely, but less so if the wound was plainly clear of the chest cavity (as suggested by where she holds her hand when dressing to check herself out of the hospital). See more
Dr. Joan Watson
[looking at Holmes's map
Why does Clyde have tape on his back?
It's a red cross, he's the ambulance.
Written by Sean Callery See more