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"Perhaps THESE are what you're looking for, Professor Moriarty?"
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"I'm sorry, Inspector Lestrade, but for reasons which I confess are sentimental, I feel I must, just this once, decline my services to Scotland Yard."
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The mint on the pillow? Why it's complimentary my dear, Watson!
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"But Holmes, how could you possibly know the killer went through here?"
'A piece of skin from the killer's arm, by jove. Let's go back to the lab, clone it, and identify the murderer when he grows up.'
"That's hardly necessary!"
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'I remember when you used to look for answers using your astute powers of deduction.'
"Clues, Watson? How can I find clues when all I see is germs?"
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"I'm sorry, Mr. Holmes, but we just can't allow all these deductions."
'Who was the murderer? Well Watson, that's the killer question.'
Sherlock Holmes and the case of the missing cocaine
"Elementary, my dear Watson- the cartoonist did it."
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"No sheep, Sherlock."
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"Watson, there's something here that just doesn't fit."
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"But Holmes how did you know what the victim had for his last meal?" "Alimentary my dear Watson."
"It's not the first time this cartoonist has struck, Watson. I've seen this signature before."
"It's a 12 inch chess board - the game's a foot."
'Amazing, Holmes! That's the eighth time in a row you've gotten the 'dud'!'
"Amazing deduction, Holmes!"
"Would you care to step out of the shop and see how it looks in the fog, Mr. Holmes?"
"Lady Fowler, how long has your husband been missing?"
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