Sort of. He’s going off to help Sherlock with a case. Before that, a bunch of other stuff happened and I took notes:
First off, we got a closeup of umbrella kid, which meant he was going to turn out to be important. And he did. I just didn’t know how at the time, because all I knew about this show was that 1) it’s based on the Sherlock Holmes stories and 2) it kept showing up on my dash.
THEN we got a press conference about “serial suicides,” and everyone at the conference got several text messages: “Wrong”
“Who’d want me for a flatmate?”=before the episode is over, you will find your flatsoulmate.
When in doubt, flog a corpse with a riding crop!
Sorry, Molly, but Sherlock and Texting are getting married next weekend.
I probably wouldn’t want Sherlock for a flatmate, except it would give me many excellent opportunities to PUNCH HIM IN THE FACE.
(Then I paused the video again to check if Florida had the death penalty before Wikipedia blacked out for 24 hours. It does. I also learned that my state’s the only one never to have had capital punishment. Take THAT, Ohio!)
It is going to be a running joke that people think they’re gay, isn’t it?
Another suicide! But a different kind! This one has a note!
“I’m your landlady, dear, not your housekeeper.” Let’s see how long THAT lasts.
And now I have to go to the dentist.