You engaged in horizontal refreshment with this man.Sherlock
I expect nothing, which is why I'm such an exceptional detective.Sherlock
All you need to do is find one that is true to your nature. It really is quite remarkable to me. You remain a far more interesting person than you give yourself credit for.Sherlock
It's connected to the conflict at your core. The tension between a conventional life and the yearning to heed the call of adventure.Sherlock
You, Watson, are something of a romantic terrorist.Sherlock
Sherlock: I was worried. So I kept you otherwise engaged. That was a mistake. I have watched the progress you have made over the last few months with great pride. You've come a very long way. I should have trusted you to continue that progression.
Kitty: I knew.
Sherlock: You knew what?
Kitty: I could tell you had figured out about Zachary. I knew that's why you were keeping me busy. But I was glad of it. I was afraid as well. Zachary's sweet. He likes me. What you did made me feel ... very protected ... very loved.
Joan: Do you need to take that?
Sherlock: No, I don't believe she does.
Joan: How would you know?
Sherlock: Because we got a lot of work to do and very little time to do it.
Joan: I'm here. I can help.
Sherlock: And help you shall.
Joan: What if my phone rings? Do I need your permission to answer it?
Sherlock: You are not my protege.
Kitty: Uh. I'd like to go to the loo. Unless either of you have any objections.
Joan: So, did he behave himself while I was gone?
Kitty: That depends, are you talking about the frowny one with the hard shell or do you mean Clyde?
Gregson: Stotz is leaving the force.
Kitty: Glad to hear it all worked out.
Gregson: What did you say to him?
Kitty: Does it matter?
I know she doesn't want you to talk about it to anyone in any official capacity. But you should talk about it. Perhaps to someone whose secrets you've agreed to keep.Kitty
God only knows if she retained copies. But rest assured, I shall demand all of them when she returns from her Danish sabbatical slash sex-capade.Sherlock
Holmes: Bella, one member of a murder conspiracy is in jail. The second walks free. The cost of catching him is incarcerating his brother for unrelated crimes. Crimes for which I, of all people, should have some understanding. Is it right to let the second man walk free?
Bella: I don't understand the question. Can I have more information?