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Masterpiece Episode: "Sherlock: The Blind Banker"

Season 40, Episode 31
Episode Synopsis: In "Sherlock: The Blind Banker," Holmes and Watson investigate a bank break-in that resulted in nothing stolen, but strange graffiti left behind. The case leads to the discovery of a dead banker inside his locked flat that the police, though not Holmes, suspect was a suicide. In other matters, Watson applies for a part-time job and goes on a date, though---thanks to Holmes---the evening doesn't go as planned.
Original Air Date: Oct 31, 2010
Guest Cast Al Weaver: Andy Galbraith Una Stubbs: Mrs. Hudson Zoe Telford: Sarah Benedict Cumberbatch: Sherlock Holmes Gemma Chan: Soo Lin Yao Paul Chequer: D.I. Dimmock Daniel Percival: Eddie Van Coon Martin Freeman: Dr. John Watson Olivia Poulet: Amanda Gillian Elisa: Surgery Receptionist Howard Coggins: Brian Lukis Loo Brealey: Molly Hooper Jacqui Chan: Shopkeeper Bertie Carvel: Seb Wilkes

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Premiered: January 10, 1971, on PBS
Rating: TV-PG
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