|"Return of Sherlock Holmes"|
|Air date||October 21, 2013|
|Written by||Carol Hay|
|Directed by||Gail Harvey|
|Recurring|| Andrew Gower as David Kingsley/Sherlock Holmes |
Christian Distefano as Ben McQueen
Lachlan Murdoch as Henry Higgins
|Previous||The Filmed Adventures of Detective William Murdoch|
|Next||Murdoch of the Living Dead|
"Return of Sherlock Holmes" is the fourth episode of the seventh season of the Murdoch Mysteries and the eighty-second episode of the series.
Murdoch finds his investigation into a nanny's disappearance assisted by the man who considers himself the real Sherlock Holmes.
The epsiode begins with a woman running outside in the rain. A window in a building is shown. A man inside is lying dead.
The next day,William Murdoch enters the Queen's Hotel and meets Herbert Greaves, who has been trying to stop someone from touching the body inside the hotel. The someone turns out to be Sherlock Holmes, who happens to know the identity of the deceased and knows that he has been dead for two days. Holmes says she was hired to find a red haired woman named Nora Webb who is missing. Greaves remembers seeing her.
Character Revelations Edit
- There are references to "A Study in Sherlock" when William, Brackenreid and Julia are discussing Sherlock Holmes
Historical References Edit
- The fourth episode of the sixth and seventh seasons both are about Sherlock Holmes- and back in season 1, Arthur Conan Doyle appeared in the fourth episode too.
- In the final credits the single female characters are listed with the honorific "Ms.", i.e., Ms. Ellie Naughton. This distinction wasn't widely practiced until the womens liberation movement during the 1960s.