Title: Snow Angels
Original Air Date: April 4, 2013
Jill Flint: Alysa Darvin
Becky Ann Baker: Pam
Frank Wood: EROC Supervisor
Candis Cayne: Ms. Hudson
Karl Miller: Squatter
Bill Buell: Private Maggio
Howard McGillin: Davis Renkin
Andy Grotelueschen: Nurse Vince
Christina Rouner: Denise Castor
Curt Bouril: FRP #1
Scott Aiello: Uniform #1
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* Joan: Well “muse” is not a job title.
* Sherlock: This is a garden variety robbery homicide.
* Sherlock: Well if I have to solve this in the stone age it might be interesting after all.
* Sherlock: The advisory is for citizens. We’re not citizens we’re detectives.
* Joan: Don’t you have an app for that?
* Bell: What hurt worse? Getting shot or letting your friend stab you to disguise the wound?
* Joan: I don’t understand.
Sherlock: We’ve been duped.
* Ms. Hudson: Don’t hate me.
Joan: Hate you? I love you!
Synopsis: A security guard hears a woman screaming and goes to aid her. But once he takes her inside she shoots him for his kindness. Her team enters. Joan returns to the brownstone with supplies to find a distraught woman who introduces herself as Ms. Hudson in the living room. In the kitchen Sherlock tells Joan about Ms. Hudson. Her most recent relationship has ended and she has no place to stay. Captain Gregson calls Sherlock halting the discord over their new house guest. The crime scene is the security guards body. Sherlock and Joan point out that the guard was able to fire off a shot, most likely fatal, at one of the thieves. They stole some new phones, not yet released. The power goes out in the entire city. A woman from FEMA, Denise, is there to help. Sherlock finds the stolen phones. A homeless man has them and is selling them. He doesn’t take the phones from him, but gives him money to get a room. They return to the crime scene. Sherlock believes they went upstairs. He deduces their actual target was the architectural firm upstairs. Several drawers of blueprints were stolen. Back at the brownstone Joan tries to make a fire, but has trouble. Ms. Hudson gets one going very successfully. Ms. Hudson’s most recent ex has shown up to try and get her back. Sherlock goes over schematics of the stolen blueprints. The next morning Sherlock wakes Joan and tells her that none of the locations are going to be hit. The GSA, General Services Administration, is the real goal. The largest cash vault in the world. They start to head to East Rutherford, on foot, in a blizzard. While walking they happen upon a snow plow. The driver lets them warm up in her plow. Sherlock asks her to contact the NYPD. He leaves a message for Gregson. He tries to take over the plow and winds up “bribing” her. Bell heads to the hospital to check for a patient with any kind of abdominal wound. He has a stab wound. Bell checks in with her. While talking to her he sees a blonde hair on her coat. He checks it under a lamp, it burns through. He knows it’s her. He arrests her. Back in the plow, Joan gets upset because Sherlock didn’t pay the phone bill. She was trying to check on Ms. Hudson. She wants to help her. They arrive at EROC. Bell interrogates her back at the station. Gregson enters and asks about EROC. Back at EROC they get a tour from the manager. The machine has done an unscheduled sort. They get shown the shredded bills. However, the shredded bills are fake. They got away with $33 million dollars. Sherlock finds tire prints that match an ambulance. Since they can still see the tracks it happened within the last 90 minutes. At the station an officer informs Gregson of Sherlock’s message, that EROC has already been robbed. One contact in her phone is a high up at the Oak Knoll Racetrack. Sherlock assumes they will launder the money through that location. They stake out his house. An ambulance pulls up, but it doesn’t have the money. Pam drops them back at their house and tells them she had a lot of fun and would be happy to do it again. When they enter the house is immaculately clean. Sherlock has Clyde sitting on a map with locks that are road closures and the like. They talk and an idea forms. At the station Sherlock shows a map marked with checkpoints. Joan reads a series of personnel changes. Enough checkpoints got rearranged to give the ambulance an escape route. He suspects Denise, the FEMA coordinator. Bell revisits the guard murderer and informs her that she tested positive for GSR and that she will be charged with the murder. Gregson comes in to tel him that there was a stabbing and clears everyone, leaving her alone. As the floor clears out to deal with the “riot” Denise goes straight into the interrogation room to free the murderer. But Bell and officers are waiting in the stairwell to arrest them. Back at the brownstone, Sherlock is practicing blood spatter patterns. He arranged for Pam to give Ms. Hudson a lift to her sisters. Sherlock informs Joan that he has hired Ms. Hudson to clean the place weekly.