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Sherlock: Learning to see the puzzle in everything? They're everywhere once you start looking, it's impossible to stop. It just so happens, people and all their deceits and illusions that inform everything that they do tends to be the most fascinating puzzles of all. Of course, they don't always appreciate being seen as such.
Watson: Seems like a lonely way to live.
Sherlock: As I said, it has its costs.

Gregson: Do we have something to talk about?
Sherlock: There are any number of reasons why I didn't tell you about my history. I told myself dozens. In the end it's simple, I was embarrassed.
Sherlock: I am sorry, you deserved to know.
Gregson: I DID know.
Sherlock: I beg your pardon?
Gregson: Do you honestly think I would let you consult for the NYPD without doing my homework?

Sherlock: Bit of a letdown actually, I think I could have gotten 20 times my normal rate.
Watson: What is your normal rate?
Sherlock: Oh. I don't have one, remind me to make one up before we leave.

Jim: My name is Jim Fowkes. I am the chief vestment officer. This is Daniel Cho our Chief Financial Officer another in-house board member.
Sherlock: Yep. You're all chiefs of something. What do you want?

Aaron: What is I.M.L.T.H.O?
Sherlock: In my less than humble opinion.
Watson: You're abbreviations are becoming borderline indecipherable. I don't know why, because you are obviously capable being articulate.
Sherlock: Language is evolving Watson becoming a more effective version of itself. I love text shorthand. It's a way you to convey content and tone without losing velocity.

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