Rache. It's German for revenge.
She could be trying to tell us something...
Yes, thank you for your input.
So she's German? Of course she's not.
She's from out of town though.
Intended to stay in London for one night
before returning home to Cardiff. So far, so obvious.
Sorry - obvious?
What about the message though?
Dr Watson, what do you think?
Of the message?
Of the body. You're a medical man.
We have a whole team right outside.
They won't work with me.
I'm breaking every rule letting YOU in here...
Yes... because you need me.
Yes, I do.
God help me.
Dr Watson Hm?
Oh, do as he says. Help yourself.
Anderson, keep everyone out for a couple of minutes...
Well? What am I doing here?
Helping me make a point. I'm supposed to
be helping you pay the rent. This is more fun.
Fun? There's a woman lying dead.
Perfectly sound analysis, but I WAS hoping you'd go deeper.
Asphyxiation, probably. Passed out,
choked on her own vomit.
Can't smell any alcohol on her.
It could have been a seizure. Possibly drugs.
You know what it was, you've read the papers.
Well, she's one of the suicides. The fourth...?
夏洛克 你说两分钟 发现了些什么
Sherlock - two minutes, I said, I need anything you got.
Victim is in her late 30s. Professional person,
going by her clothes -
I'm guessing the media,
going by the frankly alarming shade of pink.
Travelled from Cardiff today intending
to stay in London one night from the size of her suitcase.
箱子? 箱子 是的
Suitcase? Suitcase, Yes.
She's been married at least ten years, but not happily.
She's had a string of lovers
but none of them knew she was married.
Oh, for God's sake, if you're just making this up...
Her wedding ring. Ten years old at least.
The rest of her jewellery has been regularly cleaned,
but not her wedding ring.
State of her marriage right there
The inside is shinier than the outside.
That means its regularyly removed
The only polishing it gets is
when she works it off her finger.
It's not for work, look at her nails.
She doesn't work with her hands
so who does she remove her rings for?
Not one lover, she'd never sustain
the fiction of being single for that long
so more likely a string of them. Brilliant.
It's obvious, isn't it?
It's not obvious to me.
Dear God, what is it like in your funny little brains,
it must be so boring. Her coat -
it's slightly damp,
she's been in heavy rain the last few hours -
no rain anywhere in London in that time.
Under her coat collar is damp too.
She's turned it up against the wind.
她口袋里有雨伞 可却是干的 没用过
She's got an umbrella in her pocket but it's dry and unused.
不只有风 是强风 大到不能打伞
Not just wind, strong wind - too strong to use her umbrella.
We know from her suitcase
that she was intending to stay overnight
but she can't have travelled more than two or three hours
because her coat still hasn't dried.
So - where has there been heavy rain
and strong wind within the radius of that travel time?
Fantastic. Do you know you do that out loud?
抱歉 我闭嘴 没..关系
Sorry, I'll shut up. No, it's... fine.
Why do you keep saying suitcase?
Yes, where is it?
She must have had a phone or an organiser.
Find out who Rachel is. She was writing Rachel?
No, she was leaving an angry note in German -
of course she was writing Rachel, no other word it can be.
the question is Why did she wait
until she was dying to write it?
How do you know she had a suitcase?
Tiny splash marks on her right heel and calf
not present on the left.
She was dragging a wheeled suitcase behind her
with her right hand, by that splash pattern.
Smallish case, going by the spread.
Case that size, woman this clothes-conscious -
could only be an overnight bag
so we know she was staying one night.
Where is it, what have you done with it?
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