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Fandoms: Sherlock Holmes & Related Fandoms, Columbo, Newhart, Some Will Some Won't (1970), Supernatural, Sherlock Holmes - Arthur Conan Doyle
20 Dec 2019
1878-1880. Holmes's and Watson's first few years in Cramer Street. Includes three of the detective's most important cases: the curious matter of the unpowdered nose which was to have severe longer-term consequences for Holmes, the shocking Tankerville Club affair which brings the prodigious Mr. Benjamin Jackson-Giles into his life, and the repellent philanthropist case which introduced Watson to what would turn out to be a key part of his friend's past. Also featuring Lieutenant Frank Columbo, a tawer, the Musgrave Ritual, a matter concerning thirty thousand dead men, hopelessly corrupt policemen, and two cases which shocked Holmes to the core: the forest fire murder and a hysterical woman whose secret he 'uncovers' then wishes fervently that he had not.
- Part 4 of Elementary 366
Fandoms: Sherlock Holmes & Related Fandoms, Alias Smith and Jones, Bonanza, Dear Ladies (TV), Laverne & Shirley (TV), Mulan (1998), Pocahontas (Disney 1995), Supernatural, Sherlock Holmes - Arthur Conan Doyle
05 Jan 2020
1881-1882. More cases solved in and around the mean streets of Marylebone, featuring a battered road-sweeper, an unhappy Chinaman, a 'manny', an aunt who is not an aunt, a filial problem for the Cartwrights down on the Ponderosa, a dead cat's revenge, a 'rash' relative, an unhappy male model, two ladies with a drinking problem, a Somersetshire conspiracy, two latter-day Robin Hoods, a Welsh yeggman, a stagecoach, and a cardboard box. Mr. Lucifer Garrick gets what he has always wanted and finds out that clothes HURT, while there is severe embarrassment for Watson when he tries to put one over on his friend only to end up cornered by two muscular and sexually desperate molly-men. Worse, there are – gulp – feelings!
- Part 5 of Elementary 366