Morland Holmes Inhaltsverzeichnis
Morland Holmes[Bearbeiten | Quelltext bearbeiten]. Sherlocks Vater, dem das Haus gehört, in dem Sherlock und Joan leben. Nach einem Rückfall von Sherlock. Fand aber auch den vorgetäuschten Tod von Morland Holmes ziemlich unglaubwürdig. Wer würde denn als echter Fan wirklich glauben dass. Im Verlauf der Serie wird seine Rolle mehrmals angedeutet. In der vierten Staffel tritt Morland Holmes, gespielt von John Noble, erstmals persönlich auf. Er war ein Mitarbeiter von Morland Holmes, und Watson hatte kürzlich Kontakt zu ihm aufgenommen, als Sherlocks Vater einen Maulwurf in seiner Firma suchte. Morland Holmes (John Noble, l.) glaubt, dass der Mann, der die Bombe in seinem Büro deponierte, auch seinen Sohn Sherlock (Jonny Lee Miller, r.) töten wollte.
Wie es aussieht, wurde die Story um Morland Holmes und die Beziehung zu seinem Sohn Sherlock (Jonny Lee Miller: "Eli Stone", "Dexter") im. ungewöhnliche Partnerschaft zwischen Sherlock Holmes (Jonny Lee Miller) als aber Morland Holmes (John Noble), Sherlocks Vater, auftaucht und vorhat. Fand aber auch den vorgetäuschten Tod von Morland Holmes ziemlich unglaubwürdig. Wer würde denn als echter Fan wirklich glauben dass.
Este explica que quiere que encuentre a un "topo" en su oficina. Con la muerte de Kurtz, las sospechas recaen sobre Morland. Morland acude a la llamada de Sherlock tras la muerte de Mycroft y empiezan a arreglar sus problemas.
Sin embargo, su hijo se da cuenta de que alguien busca eliminar a Morland. Morland pide a su hijo que le ayude a acabar con ella, pero los movimientos de Sherlock son diferentes.
Inicialmente, Morland presume que Tseng necesita ayuda con los disidentes de Guangzhou, pero ella dice que todo se ha arreglado.
En ese momento Morland comprende que ha sido ayudada por Odin Reichenbach. Tseng le dice que el mundo ha cambiado, y que la clase de poder que tiene Reichenbach hace que gente como ella o Morland queden obsoletos.
Explorar los wikis Comunidad Central Crear un wiki. Call me Mr. The would-be assassin has been dealt with. I'm gonna find and stop whoever tried to kill you.
I didn't hire you to lecture me on things that don't concern you. You do recall who owns this building. Those close to him must always take care You threatened to expose him?
Sign In Don't have an account? Start a Wiki. Being loved by you is a dangerous thing, Sherlock. Probably why I'm still alive.
Men like us we're not meant to make such connections. He does what he does out of a sense of familial obligations. Sometimes these are noble ventures.
More often, they are not. Add an image. Categories :. Morland Holmes visits New York to deal with Sherlock's legal and sobriety issues, as well as other business matters.
Watson meets Morland privately at Morland's office and doesn't believe that his offer comes freely. Watson investigates and finds that Morland sold one of his estates at below market value as part of a scheme to influence the D.
Watson reveals this to Morland, who is impressed. Watson warns Morland to not hurt Sherlock after informing him that she and Sherlock had decided to accept his offer of help.
Sherlock confronts Morland as to why he remains in NYC and offers to help him with a business matter to expedite his departure.
Sherlock reveals that a rich developer had a Costa Rican enivronmental assessor paid off to overlook an endangered monkey habitat on land for a planned resort.
Morland's clients want to build a wind farm near this land, and he offers the developer the opportunity to jointly release a statement that both developments will be revised to protect to monkey habitat.
Later, Morland reveals that his business could have been handled from anywhere, that he came to NYC to be with Sherlock, and that he will be remaining indefinitely.
They argue about May and Morland hopes they can collaborate again. Morland offers to help Sherlock with a case of a sniper who killed four people.
Morland knows who the sniper is and uses his influence to gain access to Dynastic Energy's emails on a large dam project that may have been involved in the shootings.
He then helps Sherlock question sources and provides a helicopter. Sherlock sees kindness in his father which makes him doubt his assessment of him.
Agent Lukas Muller of Interpol secretly provides Morland with critical information. This leads them to suspect that the hirer of the sniper was a partner of Dynastic Energy, but when the suspect can't be proven guilty, Morland approaches the CEO of Dynastic Energy to request more information and realizes that he was the one that hired the sniper.
He later informs Sherlock and Watson of the CEO's reputation as a serial adulterer and pursuer of the wives of his employees.
Morland's motives toward his son are not believed by Agent Muller, who flies to NYC and tries to blackmail Morland to not tell Sherlock about any possible danger.
He responds with a threat that terrifies Muller and sends him away apologizing. Morland invites Watson to an restaurant opening where he asks her to evaluate a blood bank he intends to use.
She notices he eats small bites and later when she delivers a report on a bank to him and asks for his help on an arms dealer's business, that he takes many vitamins.
Using facial recognition software, Watson trolls the internet and finds that Morland's lover Sabine was killed by bullets meant for Morland who was wounded in the stomach.
She informs Sherlock. This food is not just fuel. Sherlock confronts his father regarding the attempt on his life and the death of Sabine but Morland lies, assuring him the gunman has been dealt with and that he, Sherlock and Watson are safe.
Sherlock does not believe him. After Agent Lukas Muller won't talk to him, Sherlock confronts Morland that the reason he never told Sherlock about the attempt on his life is that Morland believes Sherlock was the gunman.
Morland confirms this was true at one time which insults Sherlock. Later, Morland apologizes and explains a cabbie, who afterward went missing, identified Sherlock as the gunman.
Morland claims the only reason he visited NYC was to care for Sherlock. Sherlock discovers that the Interpol agent before Muller was working for whoever tried to kill Morland.
Sherlock vows to find the person behind the Morland's murder attempt while Morland leaves for London. After Sherlock and Watson visit Sabine's daughter and steal correspondence she has from her mother, Morland finds out and confronts Sherlock.
Sherlock believes that Sabine was complicit in the attack on her and Morland. Morland doesn't agree and blames himself for Sabine's death, which Sherlock finds infuriating as he sees Morland as also being responsible for his mother, May's death.
Later, Sherlock returns the stolen correspondence and Morland gives him access to her email. Morland explains that why he sent May away was that she was an addict and wouldn't go to a rehab centre.
He regrets the action, especially as she died in a fire. Sherlock finds that a computer worm was forwarding Sabine's emails to a Chechen killer who is in a Russian prison.
Morland vows to find out who hired the killer. You haven't changed. Watson confronts Morland on several matters, including if he's starting a war with Sabine's killer and tells him that she didn't find a mole.
However, Joan lied as she did find the mole, Emil Kurtz. She confronts Kurtz with her findings and coerces him into being her mole in Morland's organization.
Watson arrives at the Brownstone to find Morland waiting. Morland indicates that he left an item in storage in the basement which he wants to retrieve.
Watson knows that he's looking over the materials in her basement office. A member of Morland's security team Mr.
Coin arrives and indicates that he found nothing. Morland leaves and ignores Watson's questions.
After Kurtz is found dead in an apparent robbery gone wrong, Sherlock visits Morland and tries to ascertain if Morland is behind Kurtz's death.
Captain Gregson visits Morland and threatens him if anything happens to Sherlock or Watson. Morland arrives at the Brownstone with all of Kurtz's correspondence and proves that he wasn't behind Kurtz's death.