Two New York City paramedics are shot and their ambulance with its patient is abducted by the murderer. Holmes and Watson join the manhunt to find out what happened and why. Holmes learns information about Alfredo, which strains their relationship.
Did You Know?
Detective Bell shouldn't have acted surprised at Sherlock's announcement that the bullet casing he found at the hospital was reused. As a police officer, Bell would have spent a lot of time at the shooting range, where reloaded ammunition is used very frequently since it is far cheaper than using brand new factory made ammunition. See more
When Sherlock is explaining hand-reloading to Watson and Det. Bell after finding a shell casing at the crime scene, Det. Bell comments "reusable bullets". When hand-loading 'ammunition', only the 'shell casing' is reusable. The 'bullet', or projectile, is never reused. Anyone with a reasonable knowledge of firearms, such as a seasoned police detective who carries a firearm daily, would know that. See more
[Referring to having helped Alfredo
What's the problem?
I told you to stay out of it.
Because we are sponsor and sponsee, and nothing more.
Well, I thought long and hard about that, Alfredo, and after many, many hours I've come to the most wretched of realizations. One that might curdle your very blood. You are my friend.
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Written by Sean Callery See more