DI Lestrade, in charge of the investigation
You're a doctor.
In fact you're an Army doctor.
Seen a lot of injuries, then. Violent deaths.
Bit of trouble too, I bet?
当然 一辈子的都见过了 太多了
Of course. Yes. Enough for a lifetime, far too much.
Want to see some more?
Oh, God, yes.
对不起 赫德森太太 不喝茶了
Sorry Mrs Hudson, I'll skip the tea. Off out.
Both of you?
Impossible suicides? Four of them?
No point sitting at home
when there's finally something fun going on
Look at you, all happy. It's not decent.
Who cares about decent?
The game, Mrs Hudson, is on
OK, You've got questions...
Yeah, where are we going?
Crime scene. Next?
Who are you, what do you do?
What do you think?
I'd say... private detective. But?
But the police don't go to private detectives.
I'm a consulting detective. Only one in the world,
I invented the job.
What does that mean? Means when the police
are out of their depth, which is always,
they consult me.
The police don't consult amateurs.
When I met you for the first time yesterday,
I said Afghanistan or Iraq. You looked surprised.
Yes, how DID you know?
I didn't know, I saw.
'Your haircut, the way you hold yourself says military.
'But your conversation... ' Bit different from my day.
.. said trained at Barts -
so Army doctor, obvious.
'Your face is tanned...
'but no tan above the wrists.
You've been abroad, but not sunbathing.
'Your limp's really bad when you walk,
but you don't ask for a chair when you stand -
that you forgot about it
'so it's at least partly psychosomatic.
'That says the original circumstances of the injury
were traumatic -'
wounded in action then. Wounded in action,
苏丹 阿富汗 或者是伊拉克
suntan - Afghanistan or Iraq.
You said I had a therapist.
You've got a psychosomatic limp,
of course you've got a therapist.
Then there's your brother. Your phone.
它很贵 能发邮件 听音乐
'It's expensive, e-mail enabled, MP player. '
And you're looking for a flatshare.
You wouldn't buy this - it's a gift.
划痕 不只一条 很多很多
'Scratches. Not one, many over time -'
it's been in the same pocket as keys and coins.
You wouldn't treat your one luxury item like this,
so it's had a previous owner.
Next bit's easy. You know it already.
Clearly a family member who's given you his old phone.
Not your father, this is a young man's gadget.
Could be a cousin, but you're a war hero
who can't find a place to live -
unlikely you've got an extended family,
not one you're close to. So brother it is.
Now, Clara, who's Clara?
Three kisses says it's a romantic attachment.
The expense of the phone says wife, not girlfriend.
Must have given it to him recently,
it's only six months old.
Marriage in trouble then - six months on he's given it away.
If she'd left HIM, he would have kept it. Sentiment.
不 他想扔掉 是他甩她
No, he wanted rid of it. He left HER.
He gave the phone to you, so he wants you to stay in touch.
You're looking for cheap accommodation,
but you're not going to your brother for help -
that says you've got problems with him.
Maybe you liked his wife, or don't like his drinking.
How can you possibly know about the drinking?
Shot in the dark. Good one, though.
Power connection - tiny little scuff marks round it.
Every night he plugs it in but his hands are shaking.
You never see those marks on a sober man's phone,
never see a drunk's without them.
There you go, you were right.
I was right? Right about what?
The police don't consult amateurs.
That... was amazing.
Do you think so? Of course it was.
It was extraordinary, it was quite extraordinary.
That's not what people normally say.
What do people normally say?
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