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S03E09-Watson Holmes bugle

Holmes wakes Watson Elementary intertitle
Location: The BrownstoneFirst Appearance: "Flight Risk"


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Cold feet on the warm deck Watson!
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Holmes, "The Eternity Injection".

S02E19-Clyde wakes Watson
Clyde wakes Watson.
Holmes wakes Watson details the manners in which Holmes gets Watson out of bed. Occasionally, the role is reversed, another party is responsible for waking Watson or, Holmes wakes others including Mycroft and Detective Bell. "The Many Mouths of Aaron Colville" has the most wakings with five events, including two where Clyde is used to wake Watson. Its first appearance is in the Season One episode "Child Predator".

Appearances

S01E03-Holmes wakes Watson
   "Child Predator"
Featuring: Watson and Holmes

After Holmes works for days without sleep to find the "Balloon Man", Watson shows him an exercise to stay awake. She falls asleep on the kitchen table and Holmes wakes her by yelling "Watson!" and tells her his findings while she slept.

S01E06-Watson wakes
   "Flight Risk"
Featuring: Watson and Holmes

Watson is woken by Holmes loudly broadcasting a police scanner as he went downstairs to get some cereal and didn't want to miss anything.

S01E10-Holmes wakes Watson3
   "The Leviathan"
Featuring: Watson and Holmes

After 17 hours in the Svalbard Diamond Exchange, Holmes wakes Watson at 2:00am by shaking her.

S01E10-Holmes wakes Watson
   "The Leviathan"
Featuring: Watson and Holmes

Again, Holmes wakes Watson with breakfast and then maps out her morning so they can get to the properties clerk's office when it opens to look at a piece of evidence.

S01E10-Holmes wakes Watson2
   "The Leviathan"
Featuring: Watson and Holmes

Holmes wakes Watson a third time, at 3:00am by loudly playing Beethoven's Symphony No. 9.

S01E14-Holmes wakes Watson
   "The Deductionist"
Featuring: Watson and Holmes

Holmes knocks on Watson's door, lets himself in and announces that Captain Gregson texted concerning a disturbance at Patrica Ennis' house while he picks an outfit out for her.

S01E17-Watson wakes Holmes
   "Possibility Two"
Featuring: Watson and Holmes

Watson turns the tables on Holmes for the first time. Holmes falls asleep on the floor while trying to model the molecule that induces CAA. Watson wakes him by moving the molecule model and then explaining how she created it.

S01E19-Holmes wakes Watson
   "Snow Angels"
Featuring: Watson and Holmes

Holmes wakes Watson by throwing winter clothes on her and announcing that they are going out in a snow storm. He turns his back so Watson can change and then recounts what he deduced during the evening.

S01E20-Holmes wakes Watson
   "Dead Man's Switch"
Featuring: Watson and Holmes

Sitting in a chair at the foot of her bed, Holmes wakes Watson by announcing that he knows the identity of "Henry the Eighth" and provides the details of how he deduced this.

S01E21-Holmes wakes Watson
   "A Landmark Story"
Featuring: Watson and Holmes

After a late night stake-out trying to find the man who hired Daniel Gottlieb, Watson falls asleep on a desk. Holmes wakes her by dropping a stack of books next to her head.

S01E22-Holmes wakes Watson on couch
   "Risk Management"
Featuring: Watson and Holmes

Sleeping on the couch, Holmes wakes Watson by flashing a light on her face. Holmes notes she's been asleep for 107 minutes which is enough time to have cycled through all stages of REM and non-REM sleep.

S02E03-Clyde wakes Watson
   "We Are Everyone"
Featuring: Watson and Clyde

Watson is woken by a lettuce eating Clyde whom Holmes has put on her bed to wake her. Holmes is endevouring to be a more considerate flat mate and believes this manner of waking Watson to be polite. Watson brings Clyde downstairs to his terrarium.

S02E06-Holmes wakes Watson
   "An Unnatural Arrangement"
Featuring: Watson and Holmes

Having fallen asleep with her head on a table, Watson is woken by Holmes who brings her tea, Tibetan fried bread and his deductions of how Beth Roney stole priceless artifacts.

S02E07-Holmes pokes Watson
   "The Marchioness"
Featuring: Watson and Holmes

Having learned that Watson slept with his brother Mycroft when in London, Holmes pokes Watson's covers to see if Mycroft is sleeping with her again. She's alone and ask "why are you poking me with your single stick?".

S02E08-Mycroft wakes Watson
   "Blood Is Thicker"
Featuring: Watson and Mycroft

Having been stood up for dinner for several nights by Sherlock, Mycroft phones Watson and wakes her up, pleading with her to ensure Sherlock meets him for dinner that evening.

S02E14-Watson wakes Holmes
   "Dead Clade Walking"
Featuring: Watson and Holmes

Having been up late preventing his sponsee Randy from relapsing, Watson turns the tables and wakes Holmes (who is sleeping on the couch in the library) by throwing a coat on his face.

S02E14-Holmes wakes Watson
   "Dead Clade Walking"
Featuring: Watson and Holmes

Holmes gets back at Watson by waking her at 4:00am by playing "The Marriage of Figaro" loudly in order to keep himself awake. It doesn't disturb geologist Gay who is sleeping on the library couch.

S02E16-Watson carries Remus
   "The One Percent Solution"
Featuring: Watson and Remus

Holmes uses rooster Remus to wake Watson up in order to inform her that he's found where the bomb maker they've been hunting for.

S02E18-Holmes wakes Watson
   "The Hound of the Cancer Cells"
Featuring: Watson and Holmes

Holmes opens the shades, waking Watson, then launches into a caffeine-fueled analysis of Hank Prince's case before throwing one of Watson's tops onto her face.

S02E19-Watson wakes Holmes
   "The Many Mouths of Aaron Colville"
Featuring: Watson and Holmes

Holmes nods off in an arm chair while Watson manually compares dental records to the bite marks a murderer leaves on his victims. Finding a match, she wakes him.

S02E19-Holmes wakes Watson
   "The Many Mouths of Aaron Colville"
Featuring: Watson and Holmes

Holmes asks Watson if she slept, wakes her and then launches into a discussion of the Grateful Dead spin-off group "Further" tour, accounting for the whereabouts of a suspect. He then gives her clothes and says they are going back to Newgate to look at their files.

S02E19-Holmes wakes Watson-Newgate
   "The Many Mouths of Aaron Colville"
Featuring: Watson and Holmes

Looking through hundreds of file boxes at Newgate, Watson falls asleep on a dolly. Holmes wakes her, having found that Stanislav Divac, an employee at the prison used to be incarcerated there.

S02E19-Clyde wakes Watson
   "The Many Mouths of Aaron Colville"
Featuring: Watson and Clyde

Holmes uses Clyde, dressed in a shark cozy knitted for him by Ms. Hudson, to wake Watson. Later, he wakes her again with Clyde who is wearing a different cozy with a note that says "Have you seen what's on TV?".

S02E21-Holmes wakes Watson
   "The Man With the Twisted Lip"
Featuring: Watson and Holmes

Holmes wakes Watson by asking if Mycroft took liberties with her the evening before. He gives her a tray with breakfast while Watson expresses not appreciating being woken up by Sherlock's paraniod fantasies about Mycroft. Holmes then says that he found a hidden track on Paige Dahl's CD that may indicate her whereabouts.

S02E22-Sherlock wakes Mycroft
   "Paint It Black"
Featuring: Sherlock and Mycroft

After using Pierce Norman's game account and chatting with Norman's lover Deron during the night, Sherlock wakes Mycroft and tells him he has 5 minutes to prepare to travel to Deron's house in Westchester.

S03E03-Watson and Andrew woken
   "Just a Regular Irregular"
Featuring: Watson, Andrew and Holmes

While sleeping at her apartment with Andrew, Watson is woken by a phone call from Holmes. He's able to tell she's just had sex from her voice and gives her new information in the murder of Ike Walaczek.

S03E06-Holmes wakes Watson
   "Terra Pericolosa"
Featuring: Watson and Holmes

After an evening studying the Bray map, Watson falls asleep in a chair in The Brownstone. Holmes wakes her by starting an overhead projector which shines a bright light in her face. He then launches into his findings on the map.

S03E09-Watson Holmes bugle
   "The Eternity Injection"
Featuring: Watson and Holmes

Having not slept at the Brownstone for months, Holmes takes the opportunity to wake Watson by playing "Taps" on a bugle which he learned to play an hour before. He does afford Watson with a nice breakfast and clothing.

S03E10-Holmes wakes Watson
   "Seed Money"
Featuring: Watson and Holmes

Holmes breaks into Watson's apartment and wakes her by making a smoothie with a blender.

S03E13-Holmes wakes Watson
   "Hemlock"
Featuring: Watson and Holmes

Watson stays the night at the Brownstone and Holmes wakes her by announcing he's brought repast and couture for her and that they're going to see the Board of Directors at Stern Investments.

S03E14-Watson wakes Holmes
   "The Female of the Species"
Featuring: Watson and Holmes

In the wake of Andrew's murder, Holmes comforts Watson at her apartment and brings her lasagna. He falls asleep working at her table and is woken by Watson who drops a heavy book by his head on the table. She exclaims how much she enjoyed waking him.

S03E14-Marcus awoken
   "The Female of the Species"
Featuring: Detective Marcus Bell and Holmes

After an evening at the Brownstone trying unsuccessfully to find Ben Reynolds, Bell falls asleep on the library couch and is woken by an alarm clock and a note from Holmes to meet him at a restaurant in Greenpoint.

S03E19-Holmes wakes Watson morse
   "One Watson, One Holmes"
Featuring: Watson and Holmes

After spending all night poring over thousands of pages of the stash of Everyone member "Species", Watson falls asleep on the library couch. Holmes wakes her by typing "wake up Watson" using Morse code and informs her of a discovery he's made.

S04E01-Holmes Watson evidence wall
   "The Past Is Parent"
Featuring: Watson and Holmes

Holmes wakes Watson by loudly playing newscasts of Jonathan Bloom's suicide in The Brownstone's media room.

S04E03-Holmes boom box
   "Tag, You're Me"
Featuring: Watson and Holmes

Holmes wakes Watson by playing the official fraternity song of Kappa Rho Pi, Oriskany Falls University Chapter on a boom box.

S04E08-Holmes wakes Watson
   "A Burden of Blood"
Featuring: Watson and Holmes

Holmes wakes Watson by loudly playing a recording of the last moments of Ellen Jacobs screaming "No, No, No!. Holmes reveals that he knows who killed her.

S04E12-Holmes wakes Watson
   "A View with a Room"
Featuring: Watson and Holmes

To prove a point on a case they are working on, Holmes makes Watson's bedroom look like the Brownstone media room.

S05E03-Holmes wakes Watson violin
   "Render, and Then Seize Her"
Featuring: Watson and Holmes

Holmes wakes Watson by playing Steve Winwood's "Gimme Some Lovin" on violin. Watson comments that this might be the most disturbing way Holmes has ever woken her.

S05E04-Holmes wakes Watson
   "Henny Penny the Sky Is Falling"
Featuring: Watson and Holmes

Holmes wakes Watson with the smell of a poltice he's made for his rash. He checked her for a rash while she was sleeping and informs her he knows how he got the rash and he's deduced who Russell Cole's killer is.

S05E06-Holmes wakes Watson
   "Ill Tidings"
Featuring: Watson and Holmes

As Watson sleeps on a chair with wheels, Holmes wakes her by turning the chair around to face an evidence wall and launches into how he deduced who stole three paintings from the New York Stock Exchange.

S05E08-Holmes wakes Watson
   "How the Sausage Is Made"
Featuring: Watson and Holmes

After Watson falls asleep in a chair watching security footage of Benson Durant's meat shop, Holmes wakes her by poking her with his finger, places his hand on her shoulder and finaly calling out "Watson".

S05E09-Holmes wakes Watson
   "It Serves You Right to Suffer"
Featuring: Watson and Holmes

After Holmes unsuccessfully tries to call Watson's phone, Watson hears a woman screaming downstairs. Armed with her single stick, she finds that Holmes has called one of his burner phones with a screaming ring tone to wake her and asks she come to a murder scene.

S05E13-Holmes wakes Watson
   "Over a Barrel"
Featuring: Watson and Holmes

Holmes wakes Watson by tossing a bag on her bed. He won't say what's inside but indicates that it involves payment to Everyone for helping them find information to arrest Frank Trimble. Later, an electric shaver is revealed to be in the bag and Watson shaves Holmes' head while Everyone watches on-line.

S05E15-Gregson wakes Watson
   "Wrong Side of the Road"
Featuring: Watson and Captain Gregson

Captain Gregson wakes Watson by calling her with news that he believes that Cy Dunning's death may not be natural and asks how quickly she can get to Greenwood cemetery.

S05E17-Holmes wakes Watson
   "The Ballad of Lady Frances"
Featuring: Watson and Holmes

Hearing gunfire, Watson jumps out of bed and runs downstairs only to find that Holmes is playing loud recordings of gunfire from the BulletPoint system. She yells for Holmes to turn the recording off which Holmes complies with and then remarks "good, you're up."

S05E20-Holmes wakes Watson
   "The Art of Sleights and Deception"
Featuring: Watson and Holmes

Holmes wakes Watson by launching into what he's found concerning the author of the book "Slights and Deceptions".

S05E22-Watson wakes Holmes
   "Moving Targets"
Featuring: Watson and Holmes

In a reversal, Watson wakes up on a couch and is surprised to not hear Holmes working. She finds him sleeping on another couch and wakes him by saying "you're sleeping". She comments that he never sleeps to which he responds that he rarely sleeps and there is a difference. This is a foreboding of Holmes' concussion.

S06E03-Holmes wakes Watson
   "Pushing Buttons"
Featuring: Watson and Holmes

Watson is woken by a terrible smell and finds Holmes in the kitchen using a solution containing chloral hydrate to restore burnt documents found in George Nix's safe.

S06E05-Watson wakes Holmes
   "Bits and Pieces"
Featuring: Watson and Holmes

Watson turns the tables and wakes Holmes (after letting him sleep in due to his PCS) by announcing she's brought him tea and providing details on the case involving Eric Russo.

S06E09-Holmes wakes Watson
   "Nobody Lives Forever"
Featuring: Watson and Holmes

Holmes politely wakes Watson as thanks for the consideration she gave him to get extra sleep when he was suffering from PCS. He indicates this is a one-time consideration.

S06E19-Teleprescence wakes Watson
   "The Geek Interpreter"
Featuring: Watson, Holmes and Wiggins

Holmes wakes Watson using a surrogate, Wiggins, with a telepresence device displaying Holmes' face strapped to his head.

S06E20-Holmes wakes Watson
   "Fit to be Tied"
Featuring: Watson and Holmes

Having fallen asleep in a chair in a room with the wreckage of a helicopter, Holmes wakes Watson by playing a Chilean song on his phone and explaining how the pilot was murdered.