Sherlock References

Sherlock References

TotalEp#.Ref#Description"Sherlock" Name DropTimestamp
1E01.SR01Doyle's book launch party.34:29
2E01.SR02Merring's office. Houdini: What's Doyle doing here? Please tell me he's doing research on one of his 'Shylock' Holmes books.15:25
3E01.SR03As Doyle is waiting in front of the gates at the convent.
Gudgett: "I, for one, am glad the great Sherlock Holmes is dead."
124:18
4E01.SR04Doyle enters convent.

Gudgett: "Ya popped over to Baker Street, ya saw Sherlock Holmes, ya ..."
134:12
5E01.SR05Seen on bookends when Houdini is putting away "The Great Boer War"143:50
6E02.SR01Houdini: Childlike. Doyle: I prefer "Elementary".---38:07
7E03.SR01Doyle prays to God, says he killed Holmes.114:47
8E03.SR02Doyle walking with Stratton, she says the police embrace Sherlock's methods.137:21
9E05.SR01Arthur has writer's block and looks at books on shelf.13:56
10E05.SR02Mary gets "The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes" book.14:28
11E05.SR03Korzha quotes Holmes.05:57
12E05.SR04Doyle replies "That's a Holmes story."16:01
13E05.SR05Doyle t o Korzha: "Sherlock Holmes wasn't entertainment for you."137:22
14E05.SR06Korzha quotes "The facts might be met speciously enough."039:07
15E05.SR07Doyle reads 'The Adventure of the Stockbroker's Clerk'. He reads "'Holmes stood by the table with his hands deep in his trouser's pockets, and his chin upon his breast."141:29
16E05.SR09Doyle & Houdini looking for the Holmes book in the end scene. Doyle says "It's from 'The Man with the Twisted Lip', a Holmes story."141:42
17E05.SR08Doyle looks up quote. "Holmes" is seen once on the page.142:03
18E06.SR01The train to Nethermoor looks like an 1892 illustration depicting Holmes & Watson. Not confirmed if this was done on purpose.03:07
19E07.SR01One of the mental patients introduces himself as "Holes, Sherlock Holmes".15:55
20E07.SR02As he is being dragged away, "Sherlock" says "for prosperity his name was Wilson." Alluding to Watson.06:29
21E07.SR03Doyle says "keeping Holmes dead is proving more difficult than I thought".19:10
22E07.SR04"Sherlock" wonders why Doyle killed his fictional counterpart. 021:55
23E07.SR05Doyle says "Holmes was a lightweight and stood in the way of something more profound."122:00
24E07.SR06"Sherlock" says "...you threw Sherlock over the falls."122:10
25E07.SR07Doyle says "Sherlock was one of my successful characters in the history of fiction."122:56
26E07.SR08Doyle sarcastically says "Professor Moriarty" could be the murderer. 023:27
27E07.SR09"Sherlock" brings up the fear inducing poison in "A Study of Scarlet"023:44
28E07.SR10Doyle stops "Sherlock" and wonders how he could have known about ergot since it was in an earlier copy of "A Study in Scarlet".028:31
29E07.SR11"Sherlock" quotes his character "when you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains..."029:06
30E07.SR12Charles and Arthur argue over Sherlock without mentioning him by name. Charles Doyle scoffs at "Sherlock Holmes".136:10
31E09.SR01Doyle mentions Edison was his inspiration for a character in "The Adventure of the Engineer's Thumb".05:48
32E09.SR02While all are standing around Necrophone and Houdini pranks them saying "bring back Holmes"114:46
33E10.SR01Walt: You're Sherlock's father.117:06
34E10.SR02Sherlock Holme's visits Doyle while he is bleeding out.038:10
35E10.SR03Doyle writes "The Hound of The Hound of the Baskervilles" & "Sherlock Holmes"142:00
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