You're firing me, so you can be my friend?

Alfredo

After many, many hours, I've come to most wretched of realizations. One that might curdle your very blood. You are my friend.

Sherlock

You're bad at this, Marty. You're exceptionally bad.

Sherlock

I prefer police contact me through my lawyer, not my dentist

Janko Stepovic

The full spectrum of commerce and communication flows through her optic fibers as well as the requisite glut of pornography and cat videos.

Sherlock

Finn: At one time almost every great religion has been attacked as a cult.
Sherlock: So have most cults.

I don't think you should help her again. She is what she is. She wants what she wants. I love her but I love this job, too. The people who do it. She's got to do better.

Gregson

Hannah: I did help them. I got some bad guys off the street.
Joan: Just not as many as you could have..\

So in other words, you think Species was killed by Species.

Watson

Sherlock: Enjoy yourself, Watson.
Joan: I'll try, Holmes.

Sherlock: One of the things I've gained from our collaboration is the working definition of the word, "friendship". Friendship, I've come to believe, is most accurately defined as two people moving towards the best aspects of one another. It is a relationship of mutual benefit, mutual gain. Another thing I've learned is that my isolationist tendencies are decidedly not my best quality. I am not a better person because of a lack of connection. So I think the healthy thing is for you to not move in my direction. In fact, quite the opposite.
Joan: That's worth thinking about.

You're partisan hacks that twist facts until they cohere to a preexisting viewpoint. All while hiding behind the seemingly academic label "think tank". I despise you and your ilk on both sides of the aisle.

Sherlock

Elementary Quotes

Holmes: Why do you suppose you hate your job so much?
Watson: I don't hate my job.
Holmes: You have two alarm clocks. No one with two alarm clocks loves their job. Two alarm clocks mean it's a chore for you to get up in the morning.

Watson: How do you do it, guess things?
Sherlock: I observe and then I deduce.
Watson: How did you know I was a doctor, you said you could tell from my hands.
Sherlock: Hand, singular. It was soft no calluses.
Watson: How did you know my father had an affair?
Sherlock: Google. Not everything is deducible.