Sherlock Holmes: Alone is what i have alone protects me.
Dr. Stephen Strange: [gets erased] Tony, There was no other way.
Dr. Watson: I know this is difficult, and I know you’re being totured, but you have got to keep it together. Sherlock Holmes: This isn’t torture, this is vivisection. We’re experiencing science from the perspective of lab rats.
Sherlock Holmes: “The east wind is coming, Sherlock”. [to Mycroft] You used that to scare me.
Dr. Watson: What? What is it? What’s wrong? Seriously? Sherlock Holmes: I’m Sherlock Holmes, I wear the damn hat!
Sherlock Holmes: You know, it’s not my place to say, but… it was just texting. People text, Even i text. Her, I mean Woman. Bad idea. Try not to, but, you know, sometimes…
Dr. Watson: You and The Woman. Do you go to a discreet Harvester sometimes? Is there nights of passion in High Wycombe? Sherlock: Oh, for God’s sakes, I don’t text her back! Dr. Watson: Why not? You bloody moron! She’s out there, she likes you and she’s alive! And do you have the first idea(…)
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.
If one could attenuate to every available data stream in the simultaneously, it would be possible to anticipate and deduce almost anything
Sherlock Holmes: Still a bit troubled by the daughter. It did seem very real. She gave me information I couldn’t have acquired elsewhere. Dr. Watson: But she wasn’t ever here? Sherlock Holmes: Interesting, isn’t it? I have theorised before that if one could attenuate to every available data stream in the simultaneously, it would be(…)
Culverton Smith: H. H. Holmes loved the dead, He mass-produced them. Sherlock Holmes: Serial killer, active during the Chicago Fair. Do you know what he did? Culverton Smith: He built a hotel, a special hotel just to kill people. You know, with a hanging room, gas chamber, specially adapted furnace.
Dr. Watson: I thought this was some kind of… Sherlock Holmes: What? Dr. Watson: Trick. Sherlock Holmes: This is not a trick, it’s a plan.