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John H. Watson. Arthur Conan Doyle. Two men both appearing to have written about Sherlock Holmes with the same words. To one, he was real. To the other, a character of fiction. And somewhere out there, there's one guy crazy enough to think it was both.

Nov 24, 2020

It was the best of episodes, it was the worst of episodes, as our panel of experts analyzes the footage filed under "The Case of the Shy Ballerina," referencing Billy Wilder, the myth of British sex, Victorian hat use, the Watsonic poetry style, and then completely fall out of character by the end. Better luck next...


Oct 15, 2020

Does adding a professional counsellor help the show, or does it just lead Talon and Randy to more perversity as Paul tries to keep a modicum of dignity to the proceedings? And it's October, so a Watson-abusing ghost is as seasonal as pumpkin spice scones! Join the our documentary-analyzing team of supposed experts for...


Sep 11, 2020

With our resident Victorian film expert out of action this episode, amateur podcaster Talon King and Sherlock Holmes superfan Randy Davis attempt to analyze "The Case of the Texas Cowgirl" on their own. The results, missing the input of the more intelligent member of the team, are probably at the level this...


Aug 26, 2020

Talon King, Victorian film expert Paul Thomas Miller, Sherlock Holmes superfan Randy Davis, and special guest Professor Amity Cannon, expert in secret societies, all join forces to break down the documentary footage that Watson based his novel "The Valley of Fear" upon, which was released to the You Tubes as "The Case...


Aug 5, 2020

In our second review of Watson's documentary footage, Holmes and Wilkins spend a day in a questionable laboratory, Watson and Lestrade find a common bond, and Watson gives Lady Beryl her close-up. As we saw last time, John H. Watson left a lot out when he got around to writing about Sherlock Holmes instead of...