Holmes and Watson's foe, Odin Reichenbach, asks them to test his new crime prevention system; tasked with investigating someone the program predicts will commit a crime, they worry Odin will take drastic action before they conclude their inquiry.
Did You Know?
The opening in which Holmes shows that a student named Gilchrist had broken into a professor's office to see an exam is a reference to the original Sherlock Holmes story, "The Adventure of the Three Students." See more
Sherlock and Odin talk about how Odin could have "trademarked" his blocker technology. What they should have said is "patent", which can protect technology such as that, where as trademark only protects things like names and logos. Odin, as a tech billionaire, would not make that mistake. Sherlock shouldn't either. See more
References 48 Hours
Written by Bob Cornelius Rifo
Performed by Bob Cornelius Rifo
(as The Bloody Beetroots) See more