Irene Adler: [Text Alert Noise] Yeah. Mary Morstan: That noise, that’s a text alert noise? Dr. Watson: What was that? Sherlock Holmes: Hmm? What was that? Mary Morstan: That’s the text alert of Irene Adler. She’s the scary mad one, right? Dr. Watson: That noise? Sherlock Holmes: What noise? Mary Morstan: But she’s dead, Ooh(…)
Dr. Watson: So, you dreamed up a magic woman who told you things you didn’t know? Mary Morstan: Well, sounds about right to me. Possibly, I’m biased. Sherlock Holmes: Perhaps the drugs opened certain doors in my mind. I’m intrigued.
Mary Morstan: When I’m gone, if I’m… gone… I need you to do something for me. Save John Watson. Save him, Sherlock. Save him.
Mary Morstan: Every movement I made was entirely random, every new personality just one the roll of a dice! Sherlock holmes: Mary, no human action is ever truly random. An advanced grasp of the mathematics of probability, mapped onto a thorough apprehension of human psychology and the known dispositions of any given individual, can reduce(…)