Holmes and Watson race to locate a missing woman; Holmes' friend becomes the prime suspect in the woman's disappearance.
Did You Know?
The title is a play on "The Adventure of the Greek Interpreter", the short story that introduced Sherlock's brother Mycroft. Incidentally, Sherlock
(2010) also changed the title from "Greek" to "geek"; however, it was mentioned in passing rather than the title of the episode. See more
The FBI believes that Lily was kidnapped between the library and her apartment, that they say is a few blocks away, at 108th St and Amsterdam (Upper West Side); which is indeed close to the library at Columbia University where she is Harlan's student. Watson is to canvass that area, but she basically finds a witness on E 7th St, between 1st and 2nd Ave, 9 miles away in the East Village, the complete opposite area of Manhattan. See more
Well, that's just it, you see. I'm-I'm... not sure I can. You were right. I mean, every potential romantic partner I have pales in comparison to Moriarty. That might sound strange, given what we know about her, but... I'm a strange bloke, aren't I? She fit. And I fear that... what we had can't be replicated.
Dr. Joan Watson
Probably can't. But that's okay. I mean, falling in love with someone is not supposed to be the same experience every time. Someone else will be someone else.
Suppose you're going to suggest ...
All in All
Written and Performed by Tim Hart See more