Gerald Lydon hires Holmes to check his extraordinary theory: being 'infected' with a rare and fatal genetic disease. Shortly after, Gerald's driver and henchman Crabtree is murdered. Consulting genetic researchers, Holmes learns genetic 'poisoning' is possible; the rare disease occurs improbably often with wealthy research donors but requires an expert. Meanwhile trainee detective Watson wrestles with the case of Holmes' Russian dry-cleaner Natasha Kademan.
Did You Know?
When Sherlock speaks on the phone at his computer, he says the following in Norwegian: "Er kontorene deres åpne for publikum? Takk for det. Ha det bra". This translates to:"Are your offices open for the public? Thanks. Good Bye" See more
When Gregson, Holmes and Bell are questioning suspect Paul Reeves, Gregson uses two different names for the same suspect, Benny Cordero. He calls him, "Bobby Cordero" at one point. See more
A good detective knows that every task, every interaction, no matter how seemingly banal, has the potential to contain multitudes. I live my life alert to this possibility. I expect my colleagues to do the same.
Written by Mark Oliver Everett
, Kool G. Murder
(as Kelley Logsdon), The Chet (as Jeff Lyster)
Performed by Eels
(as Eels) See more