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"Perhaps THESE are what you're looking for, Professor Moriarty?"
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The mint on the pillow? Why it's complimentary my dear, Watson!
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"Clues, Watson? How can I find clues when all I see is germs?"
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'Who was the murderer? Well Watson, that's the killer question.'
Sherlock Holmes and the case of the missing cocaine
"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."
'Amazing, Holmes! That's the eighth time in a row you've gotten the 'dud'!'
'No, Watson...I did not butt-dial you!'
Sherlock Holmes investigating a washing machine.
Sherlock Holmes peering through giant magnifying glass.
'I just invented the darn thing yesterday, and this morning, Watson calls in sick!'
'Elementary, my dear Watson.'
'Well Watson junior you seem to be in your element.'
Cambridge, 1953. Shortly before discovering the structure of DNA, Watson and Crick, depressed by their lack of progress, visit the local pub.
'Well, Watson, it appears as if my hunch was correct...'
'Observe, my dear Watson - it's The Case of the Missing Horse!'
Sherlock Holmes finds the solution.
'Good heavens, Holmes - now Inspector Lestrade has resigned.'
A note from Watson
'It's a lemon tree, my dear Watson.'
Sherlock Holmes is stymied.
'Watson, are you also seeing a giant glowing dog, or am I still out of my tree on drugs?'
Watson, this is the footprint of a gigantic hound!