The DEA asks to speak with Joan. It seems prescriptions for opiates with her name are turning up. She maintains she has not written a prescription in years. She says someone must have gotten hold of her DEA number and used it to order more prescription pads. She finds the one doing it and when she goes to confront that person, she finds the person dead along with a woman. They try to find out who killed the one who got Watson's identity but they later learn that the woman was the actual target and the person Watson was looking for is collateral damage. Holmes tries to interfere with Shinwell becoming an informer.
Did You Know?
When checking the gunshot victim's pulse, Dr. Watson places her fingers on top of the lab coat's sleeve. A medical professional would never make such a novice mistake. See more
The DEA number on the forged prescription is incorrectly formatted. All DEA license numbers have nine digits: two letters and seven numbers. The first letter indicates the type of prescriber (Hospitals are assigned the letter B, individual practitioners are assigned the letter C, mid-level practitioners (Nurse Practitioners, Physician Assistants) are assigned the letter M). The second letter is the first letter of the prescriber's last name, so Watson's DEA number would start with the letters BW. See more
Bones of Man
Written by Henry Binns
, Bo Bruce
, Thomas Edward Leonard
Performed by Equador See more