SUMMARY: In a modern-day metropolis, Holmes is
irritated by his new roommate, the overenthusiastic Watts.
Despite Holmes' utter lack of detective skills, Watts, as well
as Holmes' building manager, LeStrade - who is convinced that
he's a cop - are convinced that Holmes is a genius. The
truth is that Watts and LeStrade are simply too dumb to notice
the blindingly obvious. Together, the trio solve a
not-very-mysterious mystery involving a dead Mormon and a
SUMMARY: Holmes doesn't quite seem himself as the
trio investigate their latest case involving a politician's
stolen campaign money and the murder of his wife. It turns out that Holmes is really Irene Adler in disguise...
and she's the perpetrator. She kidnapped Holmes to keep
him from stopping her. As she escapes, Watts and LeStrade
are left to wonder... where's Holmes?
SUMMARY: The fur-coated Smalls and his ape-ish
companion Tonga are pushing Holmes in a shopping cart back to
Baker Street. On the way, they kill a jogger. Meanwhile, in
Holmes' absence, Mrs. Hudson has moved into the closet of his
and Watts' apartment. When Holmes returns, he explains that that
when Irene kidnapped him, she left him at Burning Man. Beautiful
neighbor Mary arrives to ask the men for help. Her brother
Thaddeus had just discovered where their dead father hid a lot
of money, but the money was then stolen, and Thaddeus was
murdered by Smalls and Tonga. Watts and Holmes, both falling in
love with Mary, enlist LeStrade's help in finding the money.
Lestrade, using his animal instincts, helps locate Tonga and
Smalls. It transpires thatTonga's darts only kill vegetarians,
which is good for Holmes and Watts. However, Smalls is killed
protecting Mary before he can confess where the money is, and
Tonga gets away with Mary's ring.
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EPISODE FOUR (11/16/13)
SUMMARY: Holmes and Watts have a new job, working
at a weed dispensary... but there's a new strain on the streets,
a "super-kush" that people will kill for. But never mind
that... Wilson, an overweight male model wants to hire Holmes to
find out why he lost his modeling job. Holmes decides to
just make something up, but when he goes to Wilson's place to
collect his money, he learns that Wilson lives right next door
to the weed shop... and a gang of toughs is using their access
to Wilson's place to drill a hole into the dispensary so they
can steal the super-weed. Holmes, Watts and LeStrade
barely manage to fend them off, but they get a warning call from
the gang's boss. His name... ? Moriarty. This
fails to make any impression on Holmes and Watts, who decide to
go get tacos.
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EPISODE FIVE (5/17/14)
- PLAYOFFS WEEK 1!
SUMMARY: LeStrade bursts into Holmes and Watson's
apartment at 221B Baker Street to announce that there's been a
murder. However, the victim is a squirrel and Holmes
quickly solves the non-mystery by deducing that it was shot by
the kids in the park - the "Baker Suites Irregulars" - with BB
guns. However, the Irregulars surround our heroes, as they
seem to be working for somebody who has it in for the World's
Least Detective. The entire escapade is narrated by an
eccentric Arthur Conan Doyle, a strange Englishman who has been
following Holmes and Watts around.