History WesternAnimation / SherlockHolmesInTheTwentySecondCentury

17th Nov '17 6:11:17 AM starofjusticev21
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* RecycledPremise: An episode of ''WesternAnimation/{{Bravestarr}}'' used the same idea of Sherlock Holmes being frozen in ice after his duel to the death with Moriarty, and them both being revived in the far future.

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* RecycledPremise: An episode of ''WesternAnimation/{{Bravestarr}}'' used the same idea of Sherlock Holmes being frozen ending up in ice the future after his duel to the death with Moriarty, and them both being revived in the far future.Moriarty.
15th Nov '17 12:29:47 PM starofjusticev21
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* RecycledPremise: An episode of ''WesternAnimation/{{Bravestarr}}'' used the same idea of Sherlock Holmes being frozen in ice after his duel to the death with Moriarty, and them both being revived in the far future.
25th Feb '17 6:47:13 PM themisterfree
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''Sherlock Holmes in the 22nd Century'' is an animated television series. Produced by Creator/DiCEntertainment, it aired on Creator/{{FOX}} from September 1999 to July 2001 for a total of 26 episodes in two seasons. Hundreds of years after the [[Franchise/SherlockHolmes Great Detective]]'s time, [[InspectorLestrade Inspector Beth Lestrade]] of New London's Scotland Yard discovers that a {{mad scientist}} has created a clone of the infamous Professor James Moriarty from cells taken from his frozen corpse at Reichenbach Falls. Using the latest technology, she has the well-preserved body of Sherlock Holmes rejuvenated and reanimated to help her foil the plans of what they initially believe to simply be a Moriarty-obsessed madman.

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''Sherlock Holmes in the 22nd Century'' is an animated television series. Produced by Creator/DiCEntertainment, it aired on Creator/{{FOX}} Creator/FoxKids from September 1999 to July 2001 for a total of 26 episodes in two seasons. Hundreds of years after the [[Franchise/SherlockHolmes Great Detective]]'s time, [[InspectorLestrade Inspector Beth Lestrade]] of New London's Scotland Yard discovers that a {{mad scientist}} has created a clone of the infamous Professor James Moriarty from cells taken from his frozen corpse at Reichenbach Falls. Using the latest technology, she has the well-preserved body of Sherlock Holmes rejuvenated and reanimated to help her foil the plans of what they initially believe to simply be a Moriarty-obsessed madman.
7th Nov '16 3:45:36 PM dlchen145
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[[caption-width-right:300:Not half as {{Badass}} [[CoversAlwaysLie as this picture makes it look]].]]

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[[caption-width-right:300:Not half as {{Badass}} Badass [[CoversAlwaysLie as this picture makes it look]].]]
2nd Oct '16 1:52:09 PM vivalabextor
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* BeastAndBeauty: The basic plot of both "The Crooked Man" and "The Creeping Man." The latter bears an additional resemblance to [[Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast the Disney film]] due to the presence of [[spoiler: a rival suitor seeking to ruin the beast and beauty's relationship]].
27th Sep '16 5:17:02 PM PF
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* ArtisticLicensePharmacology: In "The Red Headed League," Holmes and Watson notice a foul smell on some paintings, which is attributed to benzodiazepine, described as "a powerful sedative." In reality, benzodiazepines are a class of medications, including Xanax and Valium, not a single medication, and their main purpose is to treat anxiety, though some are used for the very short-term treatment of insomnia. Moreover, they are odorless.
** They are also administered orally (as pills) or intravenously (as liquid), not by inhalation, meaning that [[spoiler: Moriarty's plan to sedate an entire crowd using benzos embedded in the paint is completely beyond science]].
** Besides, it's unlikely they'd still be in use in the 22nd century: in reality, benzodiazepines quickly rendered barbiturates obsolete, so it's incredible to think that benzos haven't similarly been made obsolete in the space of a hundred years, especially considering their high potential for abuse.

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* ArtisticLicensePharmacology: In "The Red Headed League," Holmes and Watson notice a foul smell on some paintings, which is attributed to benzodiazepine, described as "a powerful sedative." In reality, benzodiazepines are a class of medications, including Xanax and Valium, not a single medication, and their main purpose is to treat anxiety, though some are used for the very short-term treatment of insomnia. Moreover, they are odorless.
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odorless. They are also administered orally (as pills) or intravenously (as liquid), not by inhalation, meaning that [[spoiler: Moriarty's plan to sedate an entire crowd using benzos embedded in the paint is completely beyond science]].
** Besides, it's unlikely they'd still be in use in the 22nd century: in reality, benzodiazepines quickly rendered barbiturates obsolete, so it's incredible to think that benzos haven't similarly been made obsolete in the space of a hundred years, especially considering their high potential for abuse.
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27th Sep '16 1:26:54 PM vivalabextor
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* ArtisticLicensePharmacology: In "The Red Headed League," Holmes and Watson notice a foul smell on some paintings, which is attributed to benzodiazepine, described as "a powerful sedative." In reality, benzodiazepines are a class of medications, including Xanax and Valium, not a single medication, and their main purpose is to treat anxiety, though some are used for the very short-term treatment of insomnia. Moreover, they are odorless.
** They are also administered orally (as pills) or intravenously (as liquid), not by inhalation, meaning that [[spoiler: Moriarty's plan to sedate an entire crowd using benzos embedded in the paint is completely beyond science]].
** Besides, it's unlikely they'd still be in use in the 22nd century: in reality, benzodiazepines quickly rendered barbiturates obsolete, so it's incredible to think that benzos haven't similarly been made obsolete in the space of a hundred years, especially considering their high potential for abuse.
24th May '16 12:06:41 PM Morgenthaler
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* BlondesAreEvil: Subverted with [[spoiler: Heather Trenton]], who had no idea what she was really doing.
** Played with in "The Beryl Board".
20th May '15 4:46:23 PM nombretomado
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** However, ''Lestrade''[='=]s idea to bring Holmes ''back to life'' to defeat a Moriarty-like {{big bad}} must take the AcademyAward for this trope.

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** However, ''Lestrade''[='=]s idea to bring Holmes ''back to life'' to defeat a Moriarty-like {{big bad}} must take the AcademyAward UsefulNotes/AcademyAward for this trope.
27th Dec '14 4:18:15 PM foxley
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* VehiculatSabotage: In "The Scales of Justice", the villain attempts to dispose of Holmes and Watson by sabotaging their FlyingCar so its engine shorts out while they are in the air.

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* VehiculatSabotage: VehicularSabotage: In "The Scales of Justice", the villain attempts to dispose of Holmes and Watson by sabotaging their FlyingCar so its engine shorts out while they are in the air.
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