When a nurse Watson used to work with asks for her help finding their missing acquaintance, the woman's trail leads Watson and Holmes to another person who has disappeared. Also, Sherlock struggles with his sobriety when he finds the recovery process monotonous.
Did You Know?
At the beginning Sherlock calls the new talking car alarms a modern day "pet rock". Pet Rocks were a bizarre fad back in mid 1970's when an entrepreneur, tired of listening to people complain about their pets, decided the best pet would be a rock. He collected small stones and painted them, and sold them complete with a care guide. The Pet Rocks became an almost immediate best seller, and made their creator a millionaire as a result. The fad died out within a year. See more
It is unlikely that Holmes could of gotten into Chris Jacoby's online banking account so quickly by guessing his password. We saw him enter at least three incorrect passwords, he could of had more unsuccessful attempts that were not seen. All banks have security features in place on their websites to prevent the very thing Sherlock is attempting. If someone enters an incorrect password several times, the industry standard is three, the account is locked out for a minimum of 24 hours. See more
If you must know, Watson, I've been feeling a little bit down of late. It's the process of maintaining my sobriety. It's repetitive. And it's relentless. And above all, it's tedious. When I left rehab, I... I accepted your influence, I committed to my recovery. And now, two years in, I find myself asking, 'is this it?' My sobriety is simply a grind. It's just this leaky faucet that requires constant maintenance, and in return offers only not to drip.
Dr. Joan Watson
You have your work, you have me. You're ...
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