BBC Sherlock: Favorite Canon References

5/? - “Everything I have to say has already crossed your mind.”

“‘You evidently don’t now me,’ said he.

“‘On the contrary,’ I answered, ‘I think it is fairly evident that I do. Pray take a chair. I can spare you five minutes if you have anything to say.’

“‘All that I have to say has already crossed your mind,’ said he.

“‘Then possibly my answer has crossed yours,’ I replied.

“‘You stand fast?’

“‘Absolutely.’

"He clapped his hand into his pocket, and I raised the pistol from the table. But he merely drew out a memorandum-book in which he had scribbled some dates."  - The Final Problem

BBC Sherlock: Favorite Canon References

4/? - “I’d be lost without my blogger.”

"I think that I had better go, Holmes."

"Not a bit, Doctor. Stay where you are. I am lost without my Boswell. And this promises to be interesting. It would be a pity to miss it.”

"But your client—"

"Never mind him. I may want your help, and so may he." - A Scandal in Bohemia

BBC Sherlock: Favorite Canon References

3/? - “If inconvenient, come anyway.”

"It was one Sunday evening early in September of the year 1903 that I received one of Holmes’s laconic messages:

Come at once if convenient - if inconvenient come all the same. S. H.

The relations between us in those latter days were peculiar. He was a man of habits, narrow and concentrated habits, and I had become one of them. As an institution I was like the violin, the shag tobacco, the old black pipe, the index books, and others perhaps less excusable. When it was a case of active work and a comrade was needed upon whose nerve he could place some reliance, my role was obvious.” - The Adventure of the Creeping Man

BBC Sherlock: Favorite Canon References

2/? - References to various canon cases in ASiB.

 ”The Geek Interpreter” →  ”The Greek Interpreter”, The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes

 ”The Speckled Blonde” →   “The Speckled Band”, The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes

 ”The Navel Treatment”→  ”The Naval Treaty”, The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes

"And my client is?" "Illustrious." → "The Illustrious Client”, The Case-Book of Sherlock Holmes

BBC Sherlock: Favorite Canon References

1/? - “It’s a three-patch problem.”

"What are you going to do, then?" I asked.

"To smoke," he answered. "It is quite a three pipe problem, and I beg that you won’t speak to me for fifty minutes."

- The Adventure of the Red-Headed League