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Meanwhile, Sherlock starts the investigation of the murdered woman at the railway, where CCTV shows an unidentified male who hands her a bouquet of flowers and then comes back to push her off the platform.
Joan questions the husband of the disappeared woman and when her instincts tell her he is suspicious, she starts her investigation.
Joan follows the husband and when she saw that he possessed a wooden body-sized trunk which he claimed his wife took along with her, breaks into his car.
But that does not reveal anything and Joan is arrested by the police. After this failure and remarks from her friends, Joan starts doubting her decision to become a detective, but later her instinct is proved correct when she finds evidence that links both cases of the murdered woman at the railway station and the missing woman, whom she now knows have both been murdered - the wife had actually sent the video 18 months before and not 6 months before and the husband had recreated the death by train of a woman with flowers to make the incident recent enough for the video to pass for only 6 months old.
A security guard is shot dead during a robbery of unreleased mobile phones but shoots one of the criminals before he dies.
Sherlock and Joan work out that the robbery is a smokescreen to steal blueprints and head to New Jersey to prevent the East Rutherford Operations Center EROC from being burglarized during a dangerous snowstorm when the city is effectively locked down with roadblocks to aid emergency responders.
They meet Pam Becky Ann Baker who drives the pair around New Jersey in a snowplow. NYPD enquiries at hospitals puts the shot criminal into custody but she refuses to reveal the whereabouts of the loot-filled ambulance.
Meanwhile, Ms. Hudson Candis Cayne , an old friend of Sherlock's, is dealing with a break-up and stays at the brownstone.
Sherlock realizes that an escape route out of the city for the ambulance has been cunningly plotted with roadblocks being removed one by one.
The visiting FEMA official helping out with the city's emergency response to the snowstorm is revealed to be involved with the multi-million dollar heist, proven when NYPD set a distraction which allows her to rescue the arrested criminal.
The pair are apprehended and they reveal the ambulance's location. Sherlock tells Joan that Ms. Hudson will be cleaning the brownstone once a week.
Sherlock's first anniversary of being sober is approaching, an event Joan thinks Sherlock should celebrate.
Citing uninterest in giving the day any special recognition, he spends it doing business as usual as he and Joan hunt for a blackmailer based on the villain in the Sir Arthur Conan Doyle story " The Adventure of Charles Augustus Milverton " who targets the fathers of rape victims and even the rapist - the blackmailer relies on an advertised 'fail-safe' accomplice who would put the materials DVD of the rape online in the event of his arrest or demise.
Sherlock has no trouble identifying Milverton as the blackmailer but while secretly in his house he sees Milverton shot to death by a masked intruder who then removes Milverton's body and laptop.
Sherlock takes the rest of Milverton's documents including a blackmail ledger which identifies the 'fail-safe' as "Henry 8", whom Alfredo recognises as a sheriff corpulent like King Henry VIII.
Pistone, one of the blackmailed fathers, is arrested trying to dispose of Milverton's body. He confesses but will likely receive a short sympathetic prison sentence.
Sherlock finds "Henry 8", murdered nearly a week before. Pistone had had Milverton take him on as the new 'fail-safe', and Milverton killed "Henry 8" as he did not need two accomplices.
Pistone then killed Milverton and stole the laptop containing the blackmail material, intending to take over his blackmail operation and willing to serve a short prison sentence in order to do so.
Sherlock confides to Joan the real reason why he is reluctant to celebrate his "sober-versary". Sherlock is given a hint by Sebastian Moran, a.
He looks into well-disguised murders and catches a serial killer named Daniel Gottlieb F. Murray Abraham , who was hired by Moriarty's agents.
With Gottlieb's help, Sherlock finds the man who hired him has seen Moriarty, but that man is then murdered. Moran commits suicide after Moriarty lets him choose between his own death and his sister's death.
At the end of the episode, a phone rings; it is Moriarty calling Sherlock. Adam Davidson. Moriarty calls Sherlock to have him look into the several-month-old unsolved murder of a mechanic; in exchange, he offers to give Sherlock answers concerning Irene Adler's fate.
Sherlock learns the mechanic was surveyed by a private security firm whose founder's sister was killed 20 years ago.
The security expert confesses to the mechanic's murder, but Moriarty says the murderer has not been found. Sherlock discovers that the security expert did not see the murderer flee 20 years ago.
It was instead his wife who saw the murderer. When her husband's mental health was failing, she convinced him that the lookalike mechanic was the murderer; this revenge stabilized his mental health.
It is proven that the mechanic was innocent, having been out of the country at the time of the sister's death. The security expert's wife is also arrested for the mechanic's murder.
In payment, Sherlock receives an address and a choice to lead a safe life or find out about Irene. He lies to Joan, who sees through this and joins him.
The pair discover a traumatized Irene Natalie Dormer in an abandoned house. Flashbacks reveal Sherlock's meeting with Irene two years ago and their subsequent relationship, including her "preserving" antique works of art by returning to museums her forgeries of the paintings rather than the restored originals.
Irene was psychologically tortured for the past 18 months, which she believes to have been seven years. Sherlock decides to send Irene away to keep her safe, but she counters that they go together.
He agrees, but then notices a mole is missing from Irene's back and concludes it was removed to avoid it turning cancerous - which Moriarty would not care about, unless she was working for Moriarty.
Berating him for not trusting her, Irene storms out. One of Moriarty's agents discovers he is to be killed, but defeats his assassins and returns to kill Sherlock in defiance of Moriarty's orders.
The agent wounds Sherlock and reveals to him that Moriarty is a woman. Before Sherlock can be shot a second time, the agent is shot and killed by Irene, who now talks with a British accent.
Sherlock then realizes that she is Moriarty. Moriarty reveals that she faked her murder to distract Sherlock from interfering with her plans, though she did not anticipate his drug overdose.
She asks him to let her win and then he can have the U. Sherlock uncovers her plan to have the father Arnold Vosloo of a woman she has kidnapped murder a man associated with the Macedonian naming dispute in order to make 1 billion dollars trading in currency.
He fails to stop the murders, however and vents his rage against Joan and Gregson. Sherlock overdoses on drugs and Moriarty visits him in the hospital.
She confesses to her part in the murder and invites him to leave the country with her, where she will treat him. Sherlock reveals Joan analyzed Moriarty's behavior and concluded that she was, in fact, in love with Sherlock and thus would return to him; they relied on Moriarty's agents to witness his wild behavior and let her think she had won.
He then reveals that the overdose was faked and Moriarty is arrested, Sherlock having recorded their conversation. Robert Doherty and Craig Sweeny.
Sherlock receives a call from Scotland Yard about a missing inspector, Gareth Lestrade, who worked with Sherlock. Sherlock and Joan travel to London, where Sherlock easily locates Lestrade at a bar and agrees to help solve the case that caused Lestrade to be suspended.
Attempting to prove a rich man killed his wife, Sherlock, Joan and Lestrade pore over evidence. With the couple excluding milk from their diet Sherlock is intrigued by the bottle of milk in their fridge and a line of artworks out of alignment.
Sherlock and Watson visit the suspect's house where Sherlock discovers a chipped nail, leading him to the conclusion that the gun was printed using white plastic and melted in acetone in a milk bottle to disguise it.
The nail, the firing trigger, was disguised as a wall-hanger for a piece of art. Tracking 3D printer purchases leads them to the body of the suspect's handyman, and plastic fragments found on the scene prove Sherlock's hypothesis that the man printed a gun to kill his wife and killed the handyman to clean up loose ends.
Meanwhile, Sherlock is shocked to discover his brother, Mycroft, has moved into his old apartment at B Baker Street.
Mycroft is interested in how Joan became Sherlock's friend and tells Joan he wants to make amends with Sherlock. Mycroft uses a homemade bomb to destroy Sherlock's belongings and get his attention.
Sherlock and Joan investigate the murder of a mathematician whose walls are painted with a complex formula.
A colleague of Sherlock's reveals the formula is P versus NP ; a nearly unsolvable problem. Holmes and Watson are directed to a professor, Tanya, who had written about the formula.
Tanya points them to a suspect, but he has been murdered. Sherlock realizes the second victim was under surveillance and tracks down the man responsible.
He tells Sherlock the value of the completed formula - a skeleton key to bypass any encryption - and directs them back at Tanya, but she provides a video recording of her alibi.
Sherlock confronts Tanya with evidence that she manipulated the footage because she already solved the problem and killed the two victims because they were getting close.
Meanwhile, Joan meets with the son of the patient she lost during surgery and he asks her for money. Michael Pressman. After leaking secrets, a government operative, Ezra, is on the run and a mysterious man hires Sherlock and Joan to locate him.
Questioning the mysterious man's motives leads Sherlock to learn that he is part of an organization gunning for Ezra. Connecting Ezra with "Everyone," a group of cyber-activists, Sherlock discovers the identity of the girl harboring Ezra, but they find her dead at her apartment and know Ezra killed her.
Sherlock steals a guard's phone, but "Everyone" traces it to Sherlock and Joan and wreak havoc on their digital lives.
Sherlock catches up to Ezra as he tries to leave the country on a plane owned by a member of "Everyone.
Sherlock comes up with a plan to capture Ezra and keep the identities of the spies a secret. Meanwhile, Joan signs up for an online dating site and uses the opportunity to chastise Sherlock for his lack of meaningful relationships.
Sherlock receives a letter from Moriarty. Sherlock investigates a case of a very wealthy man who was poisoned.
During the case he runs into an old friend, Abigail Spencer, under the name Ann Barker. Abigail turns out to be a former convicted murderer, though acquitted of her charges as a young girl.
Abigail was beaten by her father and shortly after he was found dead. Abigail and Sherlock, at age 15, exchanged letters and from here is where Sherlock realized who she was.
The case comes to heed and the son of the victim was the one who did it, though, just like Abigail, he was sexually assaulted by his father so he planned to kill him and frame Abigail.
In the end, Abigail takes the fall for the murder to protect him and finally pay for her sins. Sherlock offers his ear to help the young man cope with what he has been through and also to keep an eye on him.
At the morgue searching for a case, Sherlock discovers one of the bodies, Leo Banin, is a former assassin who killed someone the day he died.
Sherlock and Joan go looking for his victim. After looking into business associates and a loan shark, all of whom are still alive, they go back to the accident scene.
At the scene, Sherlock and Joan find the body of his victim, another mobster. They uncover bullet casings that indicate that Leo was being shot at and that is what caused the traffic accident.
Finally, Sherlock reveals that it was Leo's wife who alerted the mobsters to his location and aided in their plan to kill him and, in the end, was forced to pick up the gun herself.
Meanwhile, Joan helps a friend find a one-night stand that turns out to have been Sherlock. Cathryn Humphris. A home intruder, who is after Gregson, is shot by his wife.
Sherlock and Joan investigate who could be targeting Gregson. Two more victims, including Gregson's neighbor, are discovered murdered and Sherlock realizes the killer went to the wrong house and is not after Gregson.
Tying the victims to their service in Afghanistan guarding an archaeological site, Sherlock questions an archaeologist and quickly deduces that she was stealing from her digs and is now killing her accomplices with the help of her ex-husband.
In the process of the investigation, Gregson must reveal that he and his wife have separated. Meanwhile, Joan is frustrated with Sherlock after he solves a case she was asked to consult on.
Sherlock gives her access to his box of unsolved cases. Mycroft arrives in New York City, where he is opening a restaurant called Diogenes. During the course of the investigation two things are revealed; the first being that Joan and Mycroft slept together when they were in London and have not since talked about it and the second being that Nigella is as rotten as she was when she and Mycroft were engaged.
Sherlock takes the news of Joan and Mycroft sleeping together quite well, despite the mocking and embarrassing questions he asks. The investigation leads them through a web of horse breeding and drug cartels.
Sherlock proves that Nigella was conning many people out of thousands of dollars to keep herself afloat after a nasty divorce. Sherlock and Mycroft promise not to turn her in as long as she pays back the money she lied to people to get.
In the end, Sherlock and Mycroft make amends and become closer as brothers. The NYPD investigates the death of Haley Tyler, who was stabbed before she fell off of a balcony and landed on a truck.
Haley was the apparent mistress of technology mogul Ian Gale William Sadler , whom Sherlock and Joan are unable to locate until they learn that he is dying and in need of a transplant.
Gale reveals to them that Haley was not his mistress, but rather his illegitimate daughter as a result of a one-night stand during the early years of his success.
Evidence points to Gale's wife Margaret Colin due to an inheritance agreement to Haley, as well as medical precision used during the murder; however, Mrs.
Gale's arguments during an interrogation are valid and she informs Joan that she arranged the inheritance agreement herself.
The detectives locate Haley's former boyfriend, and though the man is innocent, he informs them that Haley was suffering from a illness. Ian Gale dies, prompting Sherlock, Joan and the NYPD to confront Mrs.
Gale at her home with the murder of both Haley and her husband: she injected Haley with a poisonous medicine that would also poison Ian during the resulting transfusion and Haley was killed to remove loose ends.
In a subplot, Mycroft, who plans to return to London soon, proposes to Sherlock that he come along, as their father apparently desires it.
Sherlock shares this with Joan and takes time to contemplate it, even favoring it at one point, but ultimately decides against it with a letter he gives to Mycroft to pass on to their father.
Later, on his own, Mycroft shreds the letter, and has a phone conversation inferring he had lied to Sherlock and wants him out of New York for other reasons.
A young woman, Samantha Wabash, commits suicide by shooting herself while on a bridge, staging her death to look like murder in order to implicate Lucas Bundsch as her killer.
Samantha believes that Lucas is responsible for her sister's death and that by framing him for her own "murder", the police will arrest him.
Her plan fails when Sherlock easily deduces that her death was a suicide. Lucas is exonerated further still when he manages to pass a polygraph test.
What started out as one woman's desperate attempt to get justice for her murdered sister quickly escalates into a battle of wits with a serial killer who has managed to stay under the radar for years.
Aaron Lipstadt. In a typical day at the police station, a schizophrenic man wanders in with a gun and Sherlock manages to defuse the situation by noticing a scarf on the man's wrist and playing along with his delusions.
The story is being told by Sherlock in a hearing. Bell is shot, protecting Holmes, by a man whom Holmes annoyed during an investigation.
Sherlock and Joan are now to testify at a hearing formed to recommend whether or not the pair should be kept on as consultants to the NYPD.
Bell ultimately saves their careers but, resentful of Holmes, refuses to talk to him. A hedge fund manager who ran a Ponzi scheme is killed moments before committing suicide.
The woman who finds the body is a former sober client of Joan's. She refuses to allow Joan to reveal their relationship, hindering the investigation when her former drug dealer becomes the main suspect.
Sherlock and Joan prove that the hedge fund manager was turning over evidence to a reporter that contained information about another crime and he was killed to stop that information from becoming public.
Meanwhile, Alfredo tries to get Sherlock to become a sponsor because of his guilt over Bell's shooting. Bell is offered a position with the Demographics Unit.
When Sherlock deduces that a former henchman of Moriarty's is behind a child kidnapping, Moriarty is brought in, bound in electroshock restraints, to help track down the kidnappers.
Joan can see Sherlock is still struggling with his conflicting feelings for Moriarty, but is also annoyed they have been discussing Joan's love life in their letters.
It is discovered that Moriarty's agent has gone rogue and that the child in question is actually Moriarty's daughter.
After easily disabling her restraints, escaping and killing all her daughter's abductors, a badly injured Moriarty allows Sherlock to take her back into custody, predicting she will be free soon.
Sherlock realizes that she may have started to redeem herself. An assignment with the Demographics Unit leads Bell to discover a body in a barrel.
Joan identifies the victim as a member of a Mafia family who had been in hiding and identifies a member of a rival family as the potential killer.
Sherlock and Joan go to his house, but he dies in a car explosion. Paperwork at the scene leads Sherlock to believe someone in the government had supplied the killer with information about his victim's whereabouts and Sherlock's suspicions are validated when he and Joan visit an NSA front.
Sherlock figures out that Bell's new boss, Da Silva, is dirty and Bell discovers evidence linking Da Silva to the Mafia family. They take Da Silva down.
Meanwhile, to win back Bell's friendship, Sherlock shares personal details about his life. Bell rejoins Major Crimes.
While investigating one of Sherlock's cold cases, Joan discovers an out-of-place rock in the garden of a murder victim.
Joan enlists a geologist to study the rock and they learn it contains a complete dinosaur fossil. The rock is later stolen from the police evidence room.
Tracking down a known smuggler, Sherlock and Joan discover the smuggler murdered and the fossil destroyed. They eventually reveal the curator of a natural history museum committed the murders to hide the proof of a scientific theory that would have cost him and his mentor their legacies.
Meanwhile, Sherlock has his hands full as a sponsor when Randy's addict girlfriend turns back up in his life. Jean de Segonzac.
The murder of a ballerina is investigated by Sherlock and Joan and evidence seems stacked against the dance company's star performer, Iris.
An audio recording released to the tabloids reveals Iris' intimate relationship to the victim, but Sherlock deconstructs the recording and deduces that Iris' lawyer was the murderer and was trying to use the impending trial against Iris as a way to elevate his firm's reputation.
The police find a stolen hard drive with surveillance footage at the lawyer's home, which was the missing evidence to charge the lawyer.
Meanwhile, Joan looks into a missing homeless man, prompting her to open up to Sherlock about her biological father, who is schizophrenic and lives on the streets.
Joan locates the missing homeless man and uncovers a plot to kidnap homeless people for their benefit checks. Sherlock and Joan are called to investigate a bombing at a restaurant that targeted finance executives and government officials.
On the case, they are reunited and forced to work with Gareth Lestrade, who is now consulting for one of the CEOs involved in the case.
Videotape from the hotel attached to the restaurant leads Sherlock and Joan to suspect that Lestrade is covering up his boss's involvement. We learn that the CEO is being targeted by a blackmailer who was one of many to whom he offered indecent proposals in the past and that Lestrade has been helping him make the offers.
The CEO is forced to reveal his involvement in order to catch the blackmailing bomber. Lestrade loses his job and comes to stay with Sherlock and Joan.
A man named Gordon Cushing, whose wife disappeared in , receives two severed human ears along with a ransom note. The ear DNA matches that of Cushing's wife, Sarah.
At the ransom exchange, Cushing pursues the suspect and accidentally kills him. Clues on the suspect's body lead Sherlock and Joan to an AA meeting, where they find Sarah, who is both alive and not earless.
Sarah says that the DNA they collected when she disappeared was not hers and belongs to her husband's mistress, who, as it turns out, died in Sherlock realizes that Sarah's new plastic surgeon husband grew two exact replicas of her ears on Sarah's back and then cut them off in an elaborate attempt to collect the ransom from Cushing.
Meanwhile, Lestrade is mugged and Joan encourages him to solve his own case in order to improve his spirits. Michael Slovis.
Sherlock and Joan investigate the murder, in the form of staged suicide by helium asphyxiation, of Barry Granger, a researcher who had been testing the "Hound", a breathalyzer for detecting cancer.
His research had been alleged as fraud by an expert in the field under the pseudonym Adam Peer. The allegation looked set to ruin both Granger and the firm that employed him, a company run by Hank Prince.
Sherlock discovers that the allegation was false, and Adam Peer was actually Granger and another.
Prince's wife is found shot dead, with Prince's gun the murder weapon. Sherlock realises that Prince really did murder his wife.
Earlier Prince had tried to trash his company's value by masquerading as Adam Peer and impugning Granger, so that his wife wouldn't receive in their divorce part of the likely future value of the company, as Prince knew that once Granger's research was vindicated the company's value would soar.
Bell, recovered from his injury and returned to field duty, asks Joan to track down a missing witness to a street killing. She changed her mind about testifying after she became pregnant and is hiding with a former tutor, Manny Rose Ron Canada , whose reputation as a community do-gooder is known to Bell.
When Bell tells Rose to tell the witness that her testifying does not matter as they will get the perpetrator next time, he is summoned to the morgue where he finds the perpetrator and Rose both shot to death - Rose had decided to dispense his own justice and stop the perpetrator killing again.
Sherlock arrives for the police department's bar evening to celebrate Bell's return but Bell is in sombre mood after Rose, so the pair go for a quiet conversation elsewhere first.
The episode title references the Sir Arthur Conan Doyle novel The Hound of the Baskervilles , which was later adapted in season 4. When a dead serial killer arises, it takes Sherlock and Joan on a trail of eight possible suspects, all with the same set of bite marks.
Our duo discovers that the teeth of the dead killer, Aaron, was a mold for the dentures, thus having the exact bite mark. Joan has a connection with the murders, as she was a part of the operating team that she could have done to save him, thinking that he was innocent.
However, it is proven that he was indeed guilty and his mother was using a set of his dentures in order to try to prove his innocence. Sherlock and Joan track a lethal toxin's origin when a pickpocket dies of anthrax poisoning.
When it is discovered that it was done by an anti-government group known as the Sovereign Army, they begin to track down a man who has the motive.
When he turns up dead after his brother shot him, it turns out that the brother was trying to kill off their herd of cows for a multimillion dollar insurance scam.
Sherlock's close friend Alistair suddenly dies, which catches Holmes off guard. Sherlock then begins to try to cope with the loss by acting out of character, causing Joan to go into sober companion mode and making Sherlock talk about it.
After it gets out that Alistair died of a heroin overdose, Sherlock struggles even more. Eventually, Sherlock confesses to Alistair at his grave that he loved him dearly and will miss him.
Sherlock and Joan investigate the disappearance of Paige, the sister of a woman who frequents Sherlock's sobriety meetings.
Upon arrival at the brownstone, they are surprised by Mycroft, who has returned to New York, apparently to focus on his Diogenes restaurant chain.
They have dinner with him, and the following day, he proposes a relationship with Joan. While taking time to consider it, Joan meets with Sherlock at a park he found based on a clue in one of Paige's songs.
Upon investigation, the pair find not one, but two bodies, one being Paige's and the other of a man, Zach Piller, who they learn manufactured UAVs for a company called McCarthy-Strauss.
Sherlock visits Mycroft at Diogenes to discuss Joan, but notices a shady-looking man at a corner table who frequents the restaurant.
Sherlock later identifies this man as one Guillaume de Soto, a high-ranking member of a French drug cartel and gang called Le Milieu.
He captures an insect-like drone that was spying on him in the brownstone, realizing that the two victims were killed by the drones Zach Piller manufactured.
They learn from Piller's psychiatrist that he accidentally massacred 10 undercover CIA agents in Afghanistan and subsequently wrote a report on it out of guilt.
During the interrogating, the psychiatrist is poisoned by another drone. Formulating a plan to incriminate McCarthy-Strauss, Sherlock waits at a pier to meet with the business executive that Piller's report belongs to, while Joan breaks into the executive's office and steals the report.
She calls the executive and reads the report out to him, incriminating him. That night, Joan, who has taken interest in investigating Le Milieu, follows de Soto's contact Henri Lubatti outside Diogenes after he receives an envelope.
She retrieves the envelope, but finds a picture of herself inside, right before the contact renders Joan unconscious by knocking her out with chloroform and kidnapping her.
Robert Hewitt Wolfe. Shortly after Joan is kidnapped, Mycroft receives a call from the kidnapper and informs Sherlock of the situation, which enrages him.
Mycroft explains to a disgusted Sherlock that Le Milieu offered him money to open up a Diogenes restaurant in New York to serve as their headquarters, followed by a series of requests.
The two learn of one Pierce Norman, a Swiss bank executive who plans to sell a list of thousands of the bank executives' names and information to the black market.
They investigate the bank and also learn that the NSA is on to Norman, with Sherlock intent on getting to him first. Norman's boyfriend points them to a remote home his lover owned, but the Holmes brothers find Norman's corpse buried in the yard.
Mycroft is distraught until Sherlock finds an insect pupa, which he knows had to have grown over the course of eight days. He realizes that Norman was killed before the list was downloaded and was framed.
That night, they track down the real perpetrator, Norman's head of security Kurt Yoder Michael Gaston. Yoder is interrogated that night at the brownstone and eventually tells them of the hard drive the list is on.
After recovering it, Sherlock decides to call the NSA, fearing that Le Milieu will betray them, but Mycroft, who is under orders from an unnamed British contact, incapacitates Sherlock with a taser and heads out to meet with the dealers, while the NSA later refuses Sherlock's requests to save Joan.
Mycroft, meanwhile, gives Yoder and the list to the dealers, but de Soto orders them killed and leaves.
Mycroft suddenly calls in paramilitary forces, who gun down the dealers. He apologizes to a shocked Joan and says that they have a lot to talk about.
Sherlock returns home to find Joan safe, and Mycroft reveals that he is working for MI6. The Holmes brothers have a talk, in which Mycroft discloses that MI6 utilized his observational skills to investigate criminal groups such as Le Milieu, and that his handler wanted Sherlock out of New York.
The two then meet with the handler, Tim Sherrington Ralph Brown , who employs Sherlock with a murder case involving one Arthur West, an undercover MI6 analyst.
West's body in the morgue is shown to have the arms severed and stolen. The two visit West's wife, Marion Emily Bergl and learn that she is a tattoo artist; Sherlock later deduces that West's arms were tattooed using invisible ink, thus providing motive for someone to steal them.
Joan, meanwhile, angrily rejects Mycroft for his deception. Marion visits the brownstone to inform Sherlock that she was aware of West's activities, which West divulged out of paranoia and reassurance of his sanity to her, given that he was diagnosed with bipolar disorder.
Showing them photos of West's arms tattooed with numbers, Marion explains that West was confident of a mole working within MI6, communicating with one Julian Afkhami, a local bookstore owner.
Joan later tells Sherlock she plans to move out of the brownstone, which Sherlock dismisses as a mere emotional repercussion following her kidnapping.
The following morning, Sherrington meets with Sherlock at a park and eventually offers him a job at MI6. Marion, meanwhile, tells Joan about one "Sudomo Han", who Joan visits Mycroft to ask about.
She is shocked to learn that Mycroft joined MI6 to protect his brother, who unwittingly made himself Han's associate, not knowing that Han was a terrorist.
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