Suburbs Woman: I wouldn't want to speak out of school...
Sherlock: Of course you wouldn't...

I've decided Watson, lessons can continue after our companionship ends. Weekly visits perhaps. You can come by and I can share my wisdom. For the exchange of light housework, of course.


[To Sherlock] Right, I'm upset with your success which by association is my success...


She [Joan] rebuilds lives from the ground up. A way to measure her success is by how many careers she has rebuilt and the amount of lives she has saved.


Joan: As someone once said, once you eliminate the impossible, whatever is left, no matter how improbable, must be the truth.
Sherlock: Sounds like a windbag.

Mrs. Watson: The other night when you were talking about Sherlock's work, I saw something in you. There was a spark, a sense of excitement. I haven't seen that in you in a long time. You like what he does.
Joan: Yes, okay, I enjoy it but I'm not a detective. I'm almost done working with Sherlock and it's onto another client.
Mrs. Watson: Will the next client make you happy? People find their path in the strangest of ways.

You're the smartest man I know..... [No response from Sherlock] Waiting for you to chime in and say that's ridiculous.


Before you say anything, I'd like to remind you that I'm holding an axe.


We can talk fees on the way but I am not sure for a job that will only take me one or two hours to solve.


Sherlock: If you must know, the relationship between the Lynch Sister and I is mutually beneficial.
Joan: I don't want to know.

Watson: If there's some place else you have to be..
Sherlock: Not tonight Watson, not tonight.

Watson: I texted you, you didn't have to come.
Sherlock: As I explained the other day. There is nothing more hazardous to my health then boredom.

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.