When a beautiful young woman is murdered, Holmes and Watson investigate her ties to a billionaire CEO. Meanwhile, Mycroft makes a case for Sherlock to move back to London.
Did You Know?
When Watson says Ian Gale has Kell-null blood she is in essence saying he has no blood type. Blood types are determined by a certain kind of antigen (a cell that tells antibodies what to target) being present on the surface of red blood cells. That is why you can't give someone that is say type A positive, B negative blood, because the B negative blood has a different type of antigen on it the host immune system will attack it. So Kell-null blood has none of these antigens, it is a very rare genetic disorder and people with it can only get a blood transfusion from someone else who has Kell-null blood. See more
Mycroft dials a number at the end of the episode. The +44 number is the code for Britain but the format of the number does not match any British number. See more
Dr. Joan Watson
This is one of those "so many questions" moments. Why only three times a year?
Well, I'm not sure. Having never milked a moose, I imagine one must catch it in the right mood.
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