- 1. Welcome. You're just in time for
our story. An epic detective adventure.
- 2. Sherlock Holmes, the greatest...
- 3. - Let's do "Gnomeo and Juliet" instead!
- We've already done that.
- 4. - I know! "Game of Gnomes"!
- Or "The Gnome Ranger."
- 5. No, we're doing this.
- 6. Sherlock Holmes,
the greatest detective of all time.
- 7. And ours will be the best ever.
- 8. Because our Sherlock is a...
- 9. - Let's do "The Twilight Gnome."
- 10. Or "Spider- Gnomecoming."
- 11. Or "Indiana Gnomes."
- 12. No! Because our Sherlock is a garden gnome!
- 13. He's a garden gnome! Okay?
- 14. Why didn't you just say that?
- 15. Prepare for a tale of suspense,
intrigue, and mystery.
- 16. Mystery.
- 17. Prepare for "Sherlock Gnomes."
- 18. The final clue.
The kidnapped gnomes are in the museum.
- 19. And seconds away from being smashed!
- 20. We shall see about that.
- 21. Show yourself, Moriarty!
- 22. Help! I'm stuck!
- 23. Oh, Sherlock.
How can I resist a request like that?
- 24. Ta-da! Here I am!
Your favorite evil pie mascot.
- 25. Though I said "evil," I do cry at sad films.
- 26. I'm very complex. Don't try and get me.
- 27. Shirley. Could I call you that?
- 28. You are just in time
to see these gnomes go extinct.
- 29. This stops now, Moriarty.
- 30. Be honest, Sherlock.
You enjoy our little game as much as I do.
- 31. This is no game. I am the sworn protector
of London's garden gnomes.
- 32. If you are the sworn protector
of the city's gnomes,
- 33. then I am their sworn destroyer!
- 34. And we will keep playing
this little game, Sherlock,
- 35. until I crush every last gnome in London.
- 36. I'll stop you until the day I die.
- 37. Oh, lightbulb moment. What is it?
- 38. Yeah, today's that day.
- 39. Come, Sherlock. Come dance with me.
- 40. Ow!
- 41. No!
- 42. Fudge buckets.
- 43. Sherlock!
- 44. Hooray, Sherlock! Yay!
- 45. No thanks needed. It is my sworn duty
to protect you. No hugs.
- 46. - Oh, Watson.
- Yes, Sherlock?
- 47. Yours, I believe.
- 48. It's over, Watson.
- 49. With Moriarty gone, London is once again
safe for all garden gnomes.
- 50. Our new home in London.
- 51. Doesn't it look lovely?
- 52. It's a long way from Stratford-upon-Avon.
- 53. But a lot closer to the grandkids.
- 54. We'll feel better
once we get our gnomes in the garden.
- 55. London. A brand-new adventure for us...
- 56. and our star-crossed lovers,
- 57. Gnomeo and Juliet.
- 58. Let's go out and buy an expensive coffee.
That's what people do around here.
- 59. I've been practicing my order.
- 60. A skinny triple shot soy latte, extra dry.
- 61. What a dump!
- 62. Where's the new garden?
- 63. This is the new garden, Fawn.
- 64. No, no, I'm going back in the box.
- 65. This garden is:
- 66. This garden is...
- 67. Girls! Language.
- 68. I guess it's a... fixer-upper?
- 69. Well, I think that it's the most
beautiful garden in the world...
- 70. because you're standing in it.
- 71. - That was super cheesy.
- Aw, seriously?
- 72. I practiced that line in the car
for about ten minutes.
- 73. It was, like, awful.
- 74. I bet there's a pretty good view up there.
- 75. I'll let you know when I get there first.
- 76. Right, come here.
- 77. You win.
- 78. Come here!
- 79. Think of all the adventures we're gonna have.
- 80. Juliet, come down this instant,
before you fall.
- 81. When is he gonna realize
you're the toughest gnome in the garden?
- 82. Now that was a good line.
- 83. She loves me. She loves me not.
She loves me...
- 84. Hi, Nanette.
- 85. I think someone's got a crush on someone.
- 86. Maybe.
- 87. Maybe they have a crush on you back.
- 88. Do you really think so?
- 89. I don't know. I don't know who it is, do I?
- 90. - Gather 'round, everyone.
- Come on, everybody!
- 91. Choppity-chop! We have an announcement.
- 92. Lord Redbrick and I are officially retiring.
- 93. We both think a new garden
is the perfect opportunity
- 94. to name new leaders.
- 95. Gnomeo and Juliet.
- 96. Us?
- 97. Hooray for nepotism. Unbelievable.
- 98. Gnomeo and Juliet will lead us
in preparing the garden for winter.
- 99. As soon as the garden blooms in the spring...
- 100. we'll have a Seedling Ceremony to celebrate.
- 101. Come along, dear.
- 102. Look at this place. Isn't it perfect?
- 103. It's awful.
- 104. Unbelievably awful. But it is ours.
- 105. Yeah, it's ours. And I'm gonna show
this garden who's boss.
- 106. Watson! Look what you've done to the globe.
- 107. Me? You're the one who kicked it.
- 108. Because you ducked. The very reason you're
wearing padding is so I can kick you.
- 109. I am not your punching bag!
- 110. Don't be absurd. Of course you are.
- 111. How I miss having a proper enemy.
- 112. Well, I'm sorry I'm not Moriarty.
- 113. Sherlock! Watson! Just look at this mess!
- 114. How many times have I told you?
- 115. If you want to practice fighting,
do it outside!
- 116. We're sorry, Mrs. Udderson.
- 117. Sherlock Gnomes! Sherlock Gnomes!
- 118. And Dr...
- 119. Finally, a new case.
- 120. - What seems to be the trouble?
- It's my friends.
- 121. All my friends. The whole garden.
They've disappeared. They're all gone!
- 122. A whole garden?
- 123. Watson, gnomes are in danger.
To the scene of the crime.
- 124. Breaking news! While London prepares
for its largest fireworks display ever...
- 125. something barely newsworthy
is happening in London's gardens.
- 126. Someone is stealing innocent gnomes.
- 127. Like Barry. Barry was just sitting there,
doing nothing. Now he's gone.
- 128. And Barry is just the tip of the iceberg.
- 129. Susan, Tim, Brad, gone.
- 130. This weird gnome
with his sparkly piano, gone!
- 131. These gnomes on a pig.
I hope that's not ham on that pizza.
- 132. All gone! The list goes on.
- 133. When contacted, the police said:
- 134. We have no time for this.
Please don't contact us again.
- 135. They're clearly swamped.
- 136. Some say it's a job for Sherlock Gnomes.
- 137. Others say it's a slow news day.
- 138. All right, Barbara, time for bed.
- 139. Humans are tiresomely naive.
- 140. It is an ornamental crime on a scale
we have never seen before.
- 141. This garden alone lost ten gnomes today.
- 142. Grass, perfectly even. Soil, undisturbed.
- 143. Ant colony, thriving.
- 144. - Do you see it, Watson?
- Yes, there are no footprints.
- 145. Someone kidnapped all the gnomes
from this backyard...
- 146. without leaving a single footprint.
- 147. A gnome can dream.
- 148. Benny.
- 149. So, have you talked to the lucky lady yet?
Told your mystery crush you adore her?
- 150. Funny you should say that. No.
- 151. Why not? Is she that scary? Is she?
- 152. She can be.
- 153. La vida buena.
- 154. Don't work too hard, Mankini. You've only
been lying there for four days.
- 155. Sun's out, buns out!
- 156. I'm okay.
- 157. We said we'd plant these
next to the shed, remember?
- 158. Yeah, but they look better there.
- 159. Oh, all right. I suppose.
- 160. Let me help you with that.
- 161. - I feel sick.
- Me, too.
- 162. This garden is still missing something.
- 163. I was just thinking that.
You know what would be great?
- 164. Something that will tie
the whole garden together.
- 165. What about... a new centerpiece?
- 166. I'm gonna throw up.
- 167. I've got it. We need a new centerpiece.
- 168. That's exactly what I just said.
- 169. Never mind, great minds think alike.
Am I right?
- 170. There's so much to do.
I better get started on it.
- 171. Awkward.
- 172. Don't you worry. I know her.
- 173. And she was hanging on to your every word.
- 174. I think he bought it.
- 175. Ever since we took over the garden,
- 176. it's like she's not listening to me anymore.
- 177. Oh, sorry, I wasn't listening.
But I have got an idea.
- 178. You should do a grand romantic gesture.
- 179. Something reckless and life-threatening.
- 180. This is going to be a terrible idea
- 181. Yes
- 182. I've got it!
- 183. Go to the zoo and steal a lion!
Then fight the lion in front of Juliet.
- 184. I am not fighting a lion.
- 185. It doesn't have to be a lion.
It could be a tiger, or an angry penguin.
- 186. It's either that or flowers.
- 187. That's it! I'll get her our special flower
for the centerpiece.
- 188. Nanette, you're a genius.
- 189. Benny, can you give me a hand with something?
- 190. Step into my office.
- 191. The previous owners left a bunch
of amazing electronics in here.
- 192. Benny and Nanette
Benny and Nanette
- 193. It was on the computer when I found it.
- 194. Yeah, mate. Yeah, sure it was.
- 195. Right. Image search.
- 196. All right, type in "Cupid's Arrow Orchid".
- 197. You just have to hit it. Just click it.
- 198. Just click the thing! You don't have
to type the whole sent... All right.
- 199. Tell me when you see it.
- 200. That's the one!
- 201. First time we met
we was trying to get one of those.
- 202. So, we just need to find a flower shop
that sells them.
- 203. Zero-point-eight miles.
- 204. And looks like there's a massive blue line
on the ground you can follow.
- 205. Isn't that handy?
- 206. Let's do this.
- 207. I'll have eyes and ears on you at all times.
- 208. All right, mate? Let's go liberate a flower!
- 209. Tiny Dancer, come in, Tiny Dancer.
- 210. This is Benny 101 dash brackets the Benlord
- 211. closed brackets exclamation mark
smiley-face emoji dollar sign dollar sign.
- 212. - You have got to pick another code name.
- There's no time.
- 213. Benny, can you...
- 214. Benny 101 dash brackets the Benlord
closed brackets exclamation mark
- 215. smiley-face emoji dollar sign dollar sign.
- 216. Can you pull up the shop's blueprints
and show me the best entry points?
- 217. Yes, I can.
- 218. No, I can't.
- 219. You ca... I see a ventilation shaft.
Will that get me inside?
- 220. I have no idea. It might. Over.
- 221. All right, I'm in.
- 222. Nice work, Tiny Dancer.
- 223. That must be the burglar alarm.
What's your plan, Tiny D?
- 224. Just the usual. Totally wing it, risk life
and limb, escape by the skin of my teeth.
- 225. I call it "pulling a Gnomeo."
- 226. And... don't call me Tiny D.
- 227. Gnomeo? Hey, Benny, have you seen Gnomeo?
- 228. No! Well, maybe.
- 229. Is that Gnomeo? He left the garden?
- 230. - Where is he? What is he doing?
- Oh, no.
- 231. Oh, fertilizer.
- 232. Next time, remember to have an escape plan.
- 233. If there is a next time.
- 234. Hurry.
- 235. Eight gardens of gnomes vanish into thin air.
- 236. No clues. Not so much as a single footprint.
- 237. There is only one ornament
evil enough and brilliant enough
- 238. to pull off such a diabolical scheme.
- 239. Moriarty!
- 240. Moriarty? But that's impossible.
Moriarty was smashed. We saw it.
- 241. We can't have seen the complete picture.
- 242. How could he possibly have survived?
- 243. Anyway, Moriarty always left us a clue,
his calling card.
- 244. Yes. What am I missing?
- 245. Watson, give me your map.
- 246. The gnomes that just moved in...
where do they live?
- 247. I believe right here.
- 248. Do you see, Watson?
Moriarty has left his calling card...
- 249. "M!" Hurry, Watson!
Those gnomes are in terrible danger.
- 250. Juliet! Wait! Stop! I...
- 251. I can explain.
- 252. What on earth were you thinking?
- 253. I was getting this!
- 254. Remember this?
- 255. You risked getting smashed for some flower?
- 256. Not some flower, our flower.
I did this for you.
- 257. You did this for me? For me?
- 258. I've got responsibilities.
I don't have time for this!
- 259. No, you just don't have time for us.
- 260. There will be plenty of time for us
after I get the garden ready.
- 261. Unbelievable! What do you care more
about, the garden or me?
- 262. - You're being ridiculous!
- That is not an answer.
- 263. The garden can't wait and you can!
- 264. Gnomeo, help!
There's something here! It's a...
- 265. Benny! What's going on?
- 266. - Dad!
- 267. - Nanette!
- 268. Ju, they're all gone.
- 269. We're too late.
- 270. Please step back.
- 271. This is an active crime scene.
- 272. Who are you
and what are you doing in our garden?
- 273. Your garden? Where were the two of you
when this happened?
- 274. Oh, they were having a lovers' quarrel.
- 275. See how she's facing away from him?
She's angry with him.
- 276. The flower in his hand was intended
as a romantic gesture,
- 277. a desperate act that predictably backfired.
- 278. Oi!
- 279. Watson, search the west quadrant.
- 280. If that fiend is behind this,
he will have left his calling card.
- 281. What's this?
- 282. - Let me see that.
- Tell me what it is.
- 283. It's a clue. It will lead us
to our next destination.
- 284. If you ever want to see your friends
and family again, you'll hand it over.
- 285. The nine.
- 286. There is a slight crack in its leg.
- 287. Where have I seen
this particular nine before?
- 288. Nine, nine, nine, nine...
- 289. Nine! I've got it!
- 290. To Chinatown, Watson.
- 291. The game is afoot.
- 292. Mate, you're going nowhere...
- 293. Stay here! We're on the case.
- 294. - What a complete and total...
- Get up. We're going after them.
- 295. Wait!
- 296. Wait!
- 297. All ahead full, Watson.
- 298. No, wait for us!
- 299. Hold on!
- 300. Forget them! We can handle this ourselves.
- 301. Or do the exact opposite. Your call.
- 302. Keep those tablets coming, Watson.
- 303. The water level. It's dropping.
- 304. Cut the engines!
- 305. Now tell us what happened to our family.
- 306. We don't have time for this.
Will you please step aside?
- 307. Not until you tell us what's going on.
- 308. - Too late.
- What's too late?
- 309. Oh, here they come.
- 310. And now we have a rat problem,
thanks to these meddlesome amateurs.
- 311. If you don't want to get trampled,
I suggest you help Watson pull.
- 312. Come on! Give me a hand.
- 313. Oh, phew.
- 314. "Phew"? Young gnome,
- 315. what exactly do you think
those rats were running from?
- 316. Oh, no.
- 317. There! That's our way out!
- 318. Sherlock! Hold on!
- 319. Are you okay?
- 320. You were saying something about
- 321. I stand by that assessment.
- 322. But if you insist on meddling, perhaps
you could supplement Watson's efforts.
- 323. How thoughtful.
- 324. - What did you say your names were?
- We didn't.
- 325. - I'm Gnomeo.
- 326. I'm Sherlock Gnomes,
the world's first consulting detective
- 327. and sworn protector
of London's garden gnomes.
- 328. - And I am...
- No time for that now, Watson.
- 329. To the surface! We've not a moment to lose.
- 330. Look, now we're on the team,
how about you tell us what's going on?
- 331. Starting with this.
- 332. The "M" stands for
Sherlock's archenemy, Moriarty.
- 333. Moriarty's pies
The taste that makes you smile
- 334. Filled with goobarb syrup
Makes you eat it all the while
- 335. Some ornaments are just manufactured evil.
- 336. And Moriarty was the most evil of the lot.
- 337. For years, Moriarty terrorized
the ornamental world...
- 338. until he met his match in Sherlock Gnomes.
- 339. Suddenly he had a worthy opponent.
- 340. And beating Sherlock became his obsession.
- 341. So Moriarty began to play his terrible game.
- 342. He would kidnap gnomes...
- 343. leave a trail of clues
as to their location...
- 344. and challenge us to find them
within 24 hours or he'd smash them.
- 345. - He's gonna smash our friends and family?
- So, how do we stop him?
- 346. We play his game. For now.
- 347. We follow his trail of clues
and find the gnomes.
- 348. The nine with a crack in its leg.
- 349. Just as I remembered. Curly Fu's Emporium.
- 350. Let's go 'round the back.
- 351. The next clue will be inside.
- 352. If you recall, the last time we were here
it was a bit of a catastrophe.
- 353. Yes. I have a memory
of some slight unpleasantness.
- 354. Put these on so we don't get spotted.
- 355. Now, just act natural.
- 356. - I think that suits you.
- Shh. Focus.
- 357. There, you see? We're blending in perfectly.
- 358. I'm fairly sure we've been spotted.
- 359. Her Highness,
the Grand Empress dowager Pom-Pom!
- 360. Empress Pom-Pom remembers you,
- 361. Oh, good, good.
- 362. Not fondly.
- 363. Well, that's less good, isn't it?
- 364. I see you got the orchid I sent
to apologize for our last encounter.
- 365. A gracious gift.
- 366. But you are not the one
who offended the Empress, Sherlock is.
- 367. As such, I'm afraid
I must ask you all to leave.
- 368. Shake it, shake it, shake it. Out, out, out!
- 369. He's very sorry.
- 370. Tell her how sorry you are.
- 371. I'm sorry that I wasted my time
solving your case.
- 372. Now, technically, that was an apology.
- 373. Dozens of gnomes are in danger,
- 374. so would you kindly step aside
and let me continue my investigation?
- 375. No.
- 376. Please. We just need to take
a look around. It's very important.
- 377. Wait, wait, wait. Let me explain.
- 378. Wait. I'm warning you. Back off!
- 379. Guards!
- 380. Watson, you fend them off.
I'm going clue hunting.
- 381. Right. Here we go again.
- 382. You help Watson, I'll help Sherlock.
- 383. - Oh, great.
- You can handle it.
- 384. I was always more of a dog person anyway.
- 385. - What are you looking for?
- An assistant who asks fewer questions!
- 386. - Are you always this rude?
- That's a question.
- 387. That should not be here.
- 388. A clock is a terribly offensive gift
in Chinese culture.
- 389. How cryptic.
- 390. Classic Moriarty.
- 391. - A plane? Is that the clue?
- 392. All part of Moriarty's game.
- 393. Curious. A different pattern.
- 394. What's that supposed to mean?
Let me see that.
- 395. Miss Juliet, you must trust me.
- 396. My methods may be unconventional,
but I will find your family and friends.
- 397. We should go.
- 398. Other way!
- 399. Suction cups.
- 400. Paper lanterns. That might work.
- 401. Gnomeo!
- 402. This way. Hurry up.
- 403. Watson, that lamp across the street.
- 404. Put these on. Follow me! Quickly now.
- 405. You may want to go faster.
- 406. Thanks for the tip.
- 407. Come on!
- 408. Come on! Bring your lanterns.
- 409. Get ready with those suction cups.
On my mark.
- 410. Wait, what are we doing?
- 411. Jumping, of course.
- 412. Have you solved the clue?
Where are we going next?
- 413. I'll explain later. Right now, just hold on.
- 414. We'll have to jump onto that tree!
- 415. The Natural History Museum.
- 416. The site of our last showdown with Moriarty.
- 417. Of course!
That's where the clue is leading us.
- 418. Oh, don't be absurd. Moriarty would
never choose such an obvious location.
- 419. All right, smart guy, what's your plan?
- 420. Well, if you must know, we are going
to the De Jong Modern Art Gallery.
- 421. I haven't cracked the latest clue yet,
and the art helps me ruminate.
- 422. That's your plan? Art and thinking?
- 423. The museum's right there.
Let's just go check it out.
- 424. Mate, think about it. You beat this guy
in the museum, and now he wants revenge.
- 425. Don't you get it? He's waiting for you
at the museum, he wants a rematch.
- 426. Plus, we can get in right there.
- 427. Are you...? Is he even listening to me?
He's not listening. Look.
- 428. Oh, good, you stopped talking.
Now we can go to the gallery.
- 429. You know what? Good luck with that.
We're going to the museum.
- 430. Let's just go to the gallery.
- 431. Are you serious?
You're seriously choosing him over me?
- 432. I'm not choosing anyone. Sherlock knows
this Moriarty guy and you don't.
- 433. We're supposed to be a team.
Gnomeo and Juliet, remember?
- 434. We are a team.
- 435. It doesn't feel like it. It hasn't
felt like it since we moved here.
- 436. Oh, Gnomeo.
- 437. Are you with me or not?
- 438. Don't do this.
- 439. And there it is.
- 440. Good. Now we can go to the gallery.
- 441. - Should we go after him?
- No! No, we should not.
- 442. But you may.
- 443. Oh, Sherlock Gnomes.
- 444. Don't worry. I'll get him back.
- 445. Gnomeo!
- 446. Gnomeo?
- 447. Oh, don't make me say it.
- 448. Wherefore art thou, Gnomeo?
- 449. - You all right, mate?
- Oh! Cheese and crackers!
- 450. Oh, it's just you.
- 451. We were hoping you'd join us at the gallery.
- 452. Not gonna happen, mate. We are right
about the museum. Let's show 'em.
- 453. Why do you keep looking back?
He just severed your partnership.
- 454. We didn't break up. It was just a fight.
- 455. - Hmm.
- What exactly does "Hmm" mean?
- 456. It means you were young and in love,
- 457. but your new garden duties were too much
for a young couple to handle.
- 458. Likelihood of a breakup: 99%.
- 459. 99%?
- 460. I rounded down.
- 461. Look, you just focus on finding my friends
and family. Gnomeo and I will be fine.
- 462. - Did you see that?
- No footprints. Of course.
- 463. Oh, no. Quickly.
- 464. Look, I know you're angry.
- 465. How would you feel? It's like
she doesn't even care about me!
- 466. A partner who takes you for granted.
Can't think of what that's like.
- 467. I don't know how you put up with that gnome.
- 468. If we had six months,
I'd list all his faults.
- 469. But despite them,
he is a brilliant detective.
- 470. We all have our good sides and bad sides.
- 471. Sherlock, Miss Juliet...
- 472. me.
- 473. Do you know what, mate? You're right.
I shouldn't have left her.
- 474. I need to go back. I need to make this right.
- 475. What is that?
- 476. I'm a gargoyle, mate!
Also, your worst nightmare!
- 477. Come here!
- 478. Go on. Run.
- 479. You're never gonna get away
on those stubby little legs!
- 480. Up there!
- 481. Oi, ugly! Over here!
- 482. Go!
- 483. Ugly, am I?
- 484. Gotcha.
- 485. Do you know up close
you're actually quite handsome?
- 486. Now. Let's go.
- 487. Gnomeo!
- 488. Watson.
- 489. No.
- 490. Come along, Miss Juliet.
- 491. We must keep going.
- 492. All those gnomes are depending on us.
- 493. Sherlock, I don't know what to say.
I can't imagine what you're feeling.
- 494. This is the darkest day of my career.
- 495. I cannot believe that Moriarty
is working with gargoyles!
- 496. Wait, what?
- 497. As soon as this case is over,
I must retrieve Watson's map.
- 498. That's what you care about?
Gargoyles and some stupid map?
- 499. It's one of a kind. In the wrong hands...
- 500. Gnomeo got taken. He is gone!
- 501. And Watson just got smashed.
Why aren't you sad or angry?
- 502. Sadness and anger will not help me
save one single gnome.
- 503. Emotion is the enemy of logic.
- 504. That is not an answer.
- 505. The case can't wait. You can.
- 506. Oh, Gnomeo.
- 507. Oi! Ronnie!
- 508. This one's a handful.
- 509. What, I got to babysit?
- 510. And you get to do all the creeping
and the kidnapping and fun stuff?
- 511. Two words, Reggie: un... fair.
- 512. The boss likes me more than he likes you.
I can't help that.
- 513. Let me out, you big...
- 514. - Gnomeo.
- 515. Oh, thank goodness.
Did those awful monsters hurt you?
- 516. Mum, I'm fine.
- 517. Juliet's not with you.
Where is she? Is she okay?
- 518. I don't know. She's still out there.
We split up and I need to get back to her.
- 519. She dumped you. I knew it!
- 520. I don't know why you thought you could
fix things with a grand romantic gesture.
- 521. That is just dumb.
- 522. Talk about pulling a Gnomeo!
- 523. She didn't dump me, no thanks to you.
- 524. Wait. "Pulling a Gnomeo"
means doing something cool.
- 525. Oh, yeah. Right. That's totally
how we all use that phrase.
- 526. What's going on here?
- 527. Apparently gnomes were going missing.
These guys got worried about us.
- 528. So they brought us here for safekeeping.
- 529. They're gonna take us home
after this Fireworks Night thingy.
- 530. Yeah, they even promised us a "big surprise."
- 531. They did that when they said it,
which I thought seemed a bit ominous.
- 532. Like we weren't gonna get a big surprise...
- 533. or if we do, it's gonna be something
really unspeakably horrific.
- 534. But it might just be balloons!
- 535. Oh, that's great, guys. You go have fun.
- 536. Hola, Gnomeo.
- 537. We're in trouble.
- 538. We know, dear.
We didn't want to worry the others.
- 539. How bad is it?
- 540. This guy Moriarty,
he's gonna smash us all tomorrow night.
- 541. We're going to be smashed?
- 542. This guy said we're all going to be
- 543. Smashed?
- 544. That's not a very good surprise.
- 545. Quiet down... now.
- 546. You're giving me a headache.
And I'm not very nice with a headache.
- 547. Come on. Miss Juliet, I've got it!
- 548. I believe I've cracked the clue.
- 549. Right up the back of my nose.
- 550. The circle on the toy plane is a symbol
used by the Royal Air Force.
- 551. And the squadron code "NV" said quickly
form the word "envy,"
- 552. as in "green with envy".
- 553. Which gives us "royal" and "green".
- 554. The plane itself
is the last piece of the puzzle...
- 555. for the planatus tree, or "plane tree,"
is the most common tree
- 556. in Royal Green Park!
- 557. It's nearly 9:00. We're running
out of time to save those gnomes.
- 558. Sherlock, it's broad daylight.
- 559. How are we supposed to get around a park
without anyone seeing us?
- 560. Fear not. I am not just
a master of deduction.
- 561. I am also a master of disguise.
- 562. Sorry.
- 563. Come on, let's go.
- 564. Left, right. Left, right. Now scurry.
- 565. Stop!
- 566. Careful.
- 567. Now wag your tail. Go on, wag it. Quickly.
- 568. Wag it!
- 569. Just when I think
you couldn't get more annoying.
- 570. Oh, that is the least realistic
tail-wagging I have ever seen.
- 571. Forgive me. I've never been
the back end of a squirrel before.
- 572. You should have told me that
before I took you on as my assistant.
- 573. I'm not your...
- 574. Do you hear that?
- 575. That's not a bird.
- 576. That's the call
of the Peruvian snapping turtle.
- 577. Where is it?
- 578. Aha!
- 579. The Peruvian snapping turtle
is famous for burying its eggs.
- 580. He must have buried the clue.
- 581. Oh. It's been dug up by...
- 582. Don't move.
- 583. It's just a dog.
- 584. That is no mere dog.
- 585. That, my dear, is the hound
owned by the Baskervilles.
- 586. And, in this very park,
that very hound bit me!
- 587. And I'm siding with the dog here.
- 588. First Chinatown, now this fleabag.
- 589. This is no coincidence.
- 590. Careful. The clue is stuck to a squeaky toy.
- 591. Easy does it.
- 592. Gently.
- 593. Got it.
- 594. Quietly now.
- 595. And whatever you do, don't...
- 596. Good doggy! Good doggy!
- 597. - This way!
- No, this way.
- 598. Now hold on tight.
- 599. Let go!
- 600. Who's... a... good... doggy?
- 601. Just grab the clue!
- 602. Got it!
- 603. There. That wasn't so...
- 604. bad!
- 605. Miss Juliet, for future reference,
- 606. that's not how a squirrel wags its tail.
- 607. This is.
- 608. Do you see what I'm doing? See? Do you see?
- 609. Yes, you're acting like a rear end.
Can we check out the clue?
- 610. Of course this would be next.
- 611. Moriarty, you monster!
Forcing me to face my greatest fears!
- 612. A button? Really?
- 613. Very well. If he wants to dance,
then dance we shall.
- 614. Right. He's asleep.
- 615. There must be a way out of here.
- 616. The door is locked,
so the only way out is the skylight.
- 617. But there's no way to get up there.
- 618. There has to be.
- 619. I'll do whatever it takes to get us out
and back to Juliet.
- 620. I've got an idea. I just need a...
- 621. Good boy, Shroom.
- 622. All right.
- 623. I could scale those bricks,
use the Goons to swing to the beam,
- 624. tightrope walk across it,
reach the skylight, get around the door,
- 625. open it from the other side
and lead everyone to...
- 626. Freedom!
- 627. Yeah, thanks, Nanette.
- 628. If you're going to escape,
we'll need to create a distraction.
- 629. What's going on?
- 630. He looks like a fairy-tale princess.
I like fairy tales. Don't tell Reggie.
- 631. I believe we've just found our distraction.
- 632. What?
- 633. The button belongs
to my most formidable rival,
- 634. the boss of the scariest dive in London.
- 635. The Doll Museum?
- 636. The Doll Museum!
- 637. Gregson.
- 638. You sure you want to come in here?
- 639. I need to speak to your boss.
- 640. Your funeral.
- 641. Yikes! Is that the boss?
- 642. Not him.
- 643. Nope, not him.
- 644. Her.
- 645. Sherlock Gnomes.
- 646. My favorite arm.
- 647. You got a lot of nerve
showing your face around here.
- 648. Hello, Irene.
- 649. Well, you're looking... well.
- 650. A letter!
You ended our engagement in a letter.
- 651. You two were engaged?
- 652. And now, after months of silence,
- 653. you show up with this cheap porcelain thing?
- 654. I beg your pardon!
- 655. She's just my assistant.
- 656. I am not your assistant.
- 657. Better get your stories straight.
- 658. Irene, this is important.
This is one of yours, isn't it?
- 659. I don't know, Sherlock. There's
an awful lot of buttons in this city.
- 660. Irene, please, just hand over the clue.
- 661. Of course. You're only here on work.
- 662. But your case can wait. It's showtime.
- 663. See if you can deduce who this song is about.
- 664. Do I look like I need you?
- 665. I'm super deluxe, new improved
- 666. Better shape, better off
- 667. Stronger than I ever was
- 668. Whispers tell a lie
Starts a rumor, makes you cry
- 669. It's out there poster size
- 670. It's no secret you're no prize
- 671. I'd never, ever take you back
I'd walk on fire and broken glass
- 672. It's sister time, I'm here to say
- 673. I never really liked you
- 674. I never really liked you anyway!
- 675. You know you're not messing with me
You know you're not messing with me
- 676. You know you're not messing with me
You know you're not messing with me
- 677. Get on out, it's no man's land
- 678. Gonna set you straight, gotta understand
- 679. I'm the queen bee because
- 680. I'm stronger than I ever...
- 681. Stronger than I ever was!
- 682. You know you're not messing with me
You know you're not messing with me
- 683. No, no!
- 684. You know you're not messing with me
You know you're not messing with me
- 685. I'd never, ever take you back
I'd walk on fire and broken glass
- 686. It's sister time, I'm here to say
- 687. I never really liked you
- 688. I never really liked you anyway!
- 689. Well, that was rather unpleasant.
- 690. Really? I thought she made some good points.
- 691. Irene will need
at least one hour to cool down.
- 692. We don't have an hour.
Gnomeo is still out there.
- 693. Listen up, doll! You've got something I need,
- 694. and I'm not leaving here without it.
- 695. Are you insane?
You cannot provoke Irene like that.
- 696. There's no telling what she'll...
- 697. You can come in.
- 698. You can't.
- 699. Oh, hello.
- 700. I thought garden gnomes
were all overweight and bearded.
- 701. But you're actually...
- 702. cute. Hardly any facial hair at all.
- 703. Would you like some tea?
- 704. No, thank you. I just want...
- 705. I've often wondered
what it's like to be a gnome.
- 706. Wearing the same red dress every day
would be like a fashion prison for me.
- 707. And living outdoors must be awful!
- 708. Standing outside in the rain
and the freezing cold. Like a dog.
- 709. I don't really have time for this.
My family are in danger.
- 710. Please just hand over the clue.
- 711. Work, work, work.
Now I see why Sherlock chose you.
- 712. Sherlock didn't "choose" me.
- 713. And he never will. With Sherlock,
work always comes first.
- 714. There's always another case to crack,
another mystery to solve,
- 715. another backyard of gnomes to rescue.
- 716. - You don't understand.
- Oh, I understand perfectly.
- 717. Enough!
- 718. I don't care about Sherlock!
- 719. He is the single most annoying gnome
I've ever met.
- 720. I wouldn't date Sherlock
if he were the last gnome on earth.
- 721. I already have a partner,
and he's nothing like Sherlock.
- 722. Gnomeo is reckless and emotional.
- 723. And he doesn't treat me like an assistant.
He treats me like I'm...
- 724. the toughest gnome in the garden.
- 725. He believes in me.
He loves me with all his heart.
- 726. And if you asked him to choose
between me and work, or anything really...
- 727. he'd choose me.
- 728. Every time.
- 729. A man doesn't make you strong.
- 730. You're right, a man doesn't make you strong.
- 731. But the right partner can make you stronger.
- 732. But I've let mine down.
And now I need to make it right.
- 733. All right. I'll give you what you want.
- 734. But only on two conditions. First...
- 735. you tell Sherlock this had
absolutely nothing to do with him.
- 736. And second?
- 737. After you save the day,
you come back and tell me all about it.
- 738. Well, you got a deal.
- 739. "You already know it's all about you.
- 740. So what is the pattern in the final clue?"
- 741. The patterns.
- 742. Where are they leading us?
- 743. I've got it!
- 744. Traitors' Gate at the Tower of London,
where Watson and I solved our first case.
- 745. But it's on the other side of the city.
We're running out of time!
- 746. Let's go!
- 747. Ladies and gentle-monsters.
- 748. What's going on? What are you guys doing?
- 749. What's happening?
- 750. All right, lads, let's do this.
- 751. The Royal Gnome Theater Company proudly
presents "The Princess and the Frog."
- 752. Move out of the way. Let me see.
- 753. Hello! Princess Benny is here!
- 754. I love fairy tales.
- 755. Written and directed by me.
Stage design by me. Lighting by...
- 756. Keep going.
- 757. Once upon a time, a beautiful princess
tiptoed through the forest
- 758. when she came across a prince
who had been cursed by an evil witch.
- 759. Alas, cursed am I! Transformed into a frog.
- 760. Wait a second,
what is wrong with being a frog?
- 761. Oi, Meryl Streep, just read the lines.
- 762. This is so frogist.
- 763. What can lift this terrible spell?
- 764. - You can tell a frog didn't write this.
- Actors. Honestly.
- 765. The only way to break the curse
was with a kiss.
- 766. Great, they're gonna kiss.
- 767. Oh, no, I can't.
- 768. Kiss the frog!
- 769. Kiss the frog!
- 770. Why can't you kiss me?
- 771. If you love someone, you only want to
kiss them if they want to kiss you back.
- 772. But this isn't the girl you love.
It's just me! Me!
- 773. Go on! Kiss the frog!
- 774. It is just me. Me!
- 775. Me, me, me!
- 776. Me! Wait. Oh!
- 777. Kiss the frog!
- 778. What was that?
- 779. Just then, a very handsome suitor arrived.
- 780. Who are you?
- 781. I am Captain Love, AKA The Love Machine,
AKA Baron Von Kissy-Kissy.
- 782. Bunnies, give me a beat.
- 783. Watch these moves! Whoo!
- 784. Come on, bunnies! Let's party!
- 785. Dance with me!
- 786. All right.
- 787. And whatever you do, don't look behind you.
- 788. Yes.
- 789. - Oh, no.
- 790. Whoo! Party time!
- 791. Ronnie, what is going on?
- 792. They're putting on a show.
- 793. Showtime's over. Bag them up!
- 794. Boss says it's time for their big surprise.
- 795. We're too late.
- 796. Where are the gnomes?
- 797. Show yourself, Moriarty!
- 798. No, Sherlock. Not Moriarty.
- 799. Watson?
- 800. But... that's impossible.
- 801. Not impossible. Merely improbable.
- 802. It wasn't an M. It was a W, for Watson.
- 803. But I knew you'd miss that.
Because it had to do with me.
- 804. This was my game.
- 805. But we saw you fall! We saw you get smashed!
- 806. No. You heard me get smashed.
- 807. I caught myself before I landed.
- 808. As for the sound you heard...
- 809. just a flowerpot.
- 810. What have you done with the gnomes?
What have you done with Gnomeo?
- 811. They're all fine.
They're right behind that door.
- 812. Miss Juliet, I am sorry
I had to involve your garden.
- 813. But this was the only way
to get through to Sherlock.
- 814. You did all this?
- 815. But why?
- 816. Because we used to be a team.
- 817. Sherlock and Watson, friends,
partners in crime-solving.
- 818. But over time, you stopped respecting me.
- 819. The only ornament you respected was Moriarty.
- 820. There was only one way
I could prove myself to you:
- 821. I had to pretend to be Moriarty.
- 822. I orchestrated this game.
I challenged you to a battle of wits.
- 823. And you won. You beat me.
- 824. That's all I wanted to hear.
- 825. And now you and I are finished.
- 826. Maybe you'll treat your next partner
a little better.
- 827. Yeah, when you two have quite finished,
can we please free the gnomes now?
- 828. Of course. With my apologies.
- 829. Since my friends live here at Traitors' Gate,
- 830. this was the best place to ensure
the gnomes would be safe.
- 831. I designed the room to be
as pleasant as possible.
- 832. They've even got mini-golf.
- 833. Gnomeo! Dad! Nanette!
- 834. Where are they?
- 835. Not here. Never were.
- 836. What do you mean? What's going on?
- 837. Ronnie, why don't you enlighten
our small friend.
- 838. Here's the thing, mate.
We don't actually work for you.
- 839. What are you talking about?
- 840. Sherlock! Do something!
- 841. Look at you.
- 842. What a loser.
- 843. No. No! You can't do this.
- 844. What's happening? Where are they taking us?
- 845. I don't know. The gnomes,
they were supposed to be there!
- 846. Sherlock. Sherlock!
- 847. For goodness sake,
will you please just say something?
- 848. Limestone.
- 849. - He meant say something useful.
- I just did.
- 850. The substance on my shoe, it's limestone.
- 851. The gargoyles lied.
They are not from Traitors' Gate.
- 852. So, if we can deduce
where they're really from...
- 853. We'll find the gnomes.
- 854. That's why I kicked him. To see
quite literally what he was made of.
- 855. The gargoyles also reeked of salt.
Here, taste my shoe.
- 856. No. Just keep going.
- 857. So the gargoyles must live close to water.
- 858. Now, place your hands on this wall.
Do you feel that?
- 859. That is the steady thrum of
a marine propulsion engine, meaning...
- 860. - We're on a ship.
- The HMS Nimrod, to be precise.
- 861. We've just set sail, headed east,
- 862. directly towards a structure
which is both on the water
- 863. and protected by limestone gargoyles.
- 864. Tower Bridge!
The gnomes must be hidden inside.
- 865. Oh, no. Now I understand
why he put us on this ship.
- 866. Wait. What? Who put us on this ship?
- 867. That's impossible. He was smashed. I saw it.
- 868. Surprise, Sherlock!
- 869. Sorry to not be in touch.
I was pretending to be dead.
- 870. Oh, also, I hate you.
- 871. Moriarty, how awful to see you.
- 872. So how have I been? I've been just peachy!
- 873. Took up fishing. Gave up fishing.
It's really boring.
- 874. But I did plot your destruction
with the help of my friends here.
- 875. Of course,
they were actually working for me!
- 876. I mean, I came up with the Sistine Chapel
of evil plans.
- 877. It's got a double-cross, a triple-cross,
I was smashed, he was smashed.
- 878. I mean, to be fair,
it is needlessly complicated,
- 879. but that's what supervillains do!
- 880. I know you like it
when you think I don't understand,
- 881. but this time I really don't understand.
- 882. What happened at the Natural History Museum?
- 883. Well, now that's a funny story.
- 884. You thought I was deaded.
- 885. But I've always been a lucky pie,
and that was my luckiest day ever.
- 886. Not only did I not get squished...
- 887. in that moment I saw how I could
finally bring you down, Sherlock.
- 888. - Yours, I believe.
- I saw how you treated Watson.
- 889. Poor old miserabubble Watson.
He looked so sad.
- 890. So I thought, I'll use that.
- 891. I sent the gargoyles to you, Watson,
and they let you think you were in charge.
- 892. As if!
- 893. Know what your problem is, Watson?
You're too nice, too trusting.
- 894. Too...
- 895. Never trust a gargoyle
or prunes past their sell-by date.
- 896. While you were playing at supervillains,
I saw your map.
- 897. Then I could carry out
the real plan, my plan!
- 898. Capturing every single gnome in London.
- 899. Selfie time!
- 900. Oh, no.
- 901. Oh, yes!
- 902. They didn't have to be glued down
in a giant M,
- 903. but it's the little touches that make
a plan really evil, you know?
- 904. He's not there.
- 905. Can you guess what happens next?
Here, I'll show you.
- 906. Screen share, screen share.
How do I screen...?
- 907. This is where we stored
the kidnapped gnomes on the bridge.
- 908. Then we brought them to this room here,
for the main event.
- 909. And when your warship arrives,
- 910. the bridge will rise up
and the 500-ton counterweight will fall...
- 911. crushing the gnomes,
making you the very instrument
- 912. of their demise.
- 913. Yes, you, Sherlock,
- 914. will be the unwitting executioner
of every single gnome in London.
- 915. So, how do I get out of screen share?
- 916. Oh, aha! Oh, Sherlock,
I can see all the cogs turning in there,
- 917. trying to work out how to stop me.
But it's too late.
- 918. Your pretty boat is nearly here.
- 919. The bridge will open
Smashing all the gnomes
- 920. And what will you do, Sherlock
When all the gnomes are gone?
- 921. I don't know. You tell me.
- 922. So the game is not afoot, or a hand,
or a leg. It's just over.
- 923. And you lose.
- 924. Bye!
- 925. So, Watson, on a scale of 1 to 10,
how well do you think this is going?
- 926. I never meant for any gnome
to get hurt. You know that.
- 927. Hey, knock it off, both of you.
- 928. - Watson screwed up, but you did, too.
- What did I do?
- 929. The same thing I did. We took our best
friends for granted, we stopped listening.
- 930. We stopped giving them
the respect they deserve.
- 931. They were the last thing we were thinking
about, they should have been the first.
- 932. I suppose somewhere within that
haystack of emotional twaddle
- 933. there may lie a thin needle of truth.
- 934. One last case.
- 935. One last case.
- 936. Good.
- 937. Now let's get off this ship
and save those gnomes.
- 938. Let's go.
- 939. It's all clear.
- 940. Follow me.
- 941. We need that soap.
- 942. Of course, to unstick the gnomes
from the pie filling.
- 943. Perfect deduction, Watson. Now we need
to find a way to get to Tower Bridge.
- 944. I'll drive.
- 945. Miss Juliet, maybe we should slow down!
- 946. What are we doing up here?
Shouldn't we be saving the gnomes?
- 947. The only way to save the gnomes
- 948. is to find a way to stop the bridge
- 949. Clear the bridge. Clear the bridge.
- 950. All pedestrians behind the barriers.
- 951. HMS Nimrod, this is Tower Bridge.
- 952. Commencing your 20:43 bridge lift.
- 953. We got to make them think there's still
people on the bridge. Can you handle that?
- 954. Absolutely, definitely.
Positively. Piece of cake.
- 955. Yes! I must go down and help the others.
- 956. - So, what are we doing?
- I don't know.
- 957. Well, we got to do something.
- 958. Well, we are on a river.
- 959. Five, six, seven, eight!
- 960. Bloomin' heck!
There's still people on the bridge.
- 961. Nimrod, stop your approach.
- 962. There are some people on the bridge...
- 963. Sherlock!
- 964. And this is why you don't make
the gloating phone call
- 965. until after all the gnomes are smashed.
- 966. Can you be a lamb and get me a weapon?
Something lethal but... fun!
- 967. Look! Someone must have stopped the bridge!
- 968. Gnomeo.
- 969. "Move to the city," they said.
"It'll be fun," they said.
- 970. Sherlock!
- 971. Surely you didn't think
it would be that easy...
- 972. Who the heck are you?
- 973. - I'm the gnome that's gonna...
- 974. This is my show! I do the one-liners.
You don't get one-liners.
- 975. It seems we have a party crasher.
Would you two show him the door?
- 976. It'll be our pleasure, guv'nor.
This is too easy.
- 977. - He's mine.
- No, he's mine.
- 978. Wait. What are you doing?
- 979. Jumping, of course.
- 980. Gotcha.
- 981. Oh, Gnomeo, I'm so sorry.
I thought I'd lost you.
- 982. That's never gonna happen.
- 983. Look!
- 984. Ah, yes. Not good. Would you take care
of them so we can save the gnomes?
- 985. Leave it with us. Good luck.
- 986. Fertilizer face! Remember me?
- 987. Come here, pipsqueak!
- 988. Wait till I get hold of you!
- 989. My name is Moriarty
You like to eat my pies
- 990. I'll draw his fire, you rescue the gnomes.
- 991. You trust me to save the gnomes?
- 992. Well, of course. You're Watson.
- 993. Sherlock!
- 994. Surely you didn't think
it would be that... easy... to...
- 995. You know what? It doesn't feel organic
anymore. Look, I'm just gonna smash you.
- 996. Ha! A miss! The first of many.
- 997. It's my favorite bit. The chase.
Ready or not, here I come!
- 998. Cheese and crackers!
- 999. Look! It's that guy that hangs around
- 1000. Yes, I'm the guy that hangs around
- 1001. And I'm here to get you out.
- 1002. Here we go.
- 1003. Hey! Why is he pouring soap on us?
- 1004. I don't know. Still, we'll smell nice.
- 1005. He's trying to get us loose.
- 1006. Everyone get ready to move.
- 1007. Everyone link arms and pull!
- 1008. Foam party!
- 1009. It pains me to do this, Sherlock.
- 1010. No one is forcing you, Moriarty.
- 1011. You're the only one who gets me.
- 1012. And I know you feel the same way about me!
- 1013. Not true!
- 1014. I know you, Sherlock.
- 1015. Because I know me. We are the same.
- 1016. You are the sun and I am the moon!
- 1017. Those aren't the same.
- 1018. They're both round things...
Look, you know what I mean.
- 1019. They've got to be here somewhere.
- 1020. There!
- 1021. Don't just stand there! Get her!
- 1022. She's trapped.
- 1023. Oh, dear. You've got
nowhere else to go, twinkletoes.
- 1024. Now!
- 1025. What was that?
- 1026. Point the searchlight at the bridge.
- 1027. The humans! They've seen us! Freeze!
- 1028. - This is your fault.
- No, it's your fault.
- 1029. Two garden gnomes versus
two giant stone gargoyles.
- 1030. Hey, we're Gnomeo and Juliet.
They didn't stand a chance.
- 1031. You've got to be kidding me.
- 1032. False alarm, Nimrod.
- 1033. Someone had stuck three garden gnomes
on the... bridge.
- 1034. Looked like they were dancing.
It doesn't matter.
- 1035. Stand by for bridge reopening.
- 1036. Oh, no.
- 1037. Yeah, we didn't even get
to do our big finale. What?
- 1038. Nimrod, recommencing bridge opening now.
- 1039. Don't worry, I'll get you out of here.
- 1040. Oh, my hero.
- 1041. Be brave, my love. Be brave!
- 1042. This way! The door's here!
- 1043. Come on, quickly now!
- 1044. Help! Help! I'm stuck!
- 1045. Well, of course it would be that guy.
- 1046. Whoa! Keep me level!
- 1047. Come on, this way. Out, everybody.
- 1048. Thank you, Dr. Watson.
- 1049. - Thank you, Dr. Watson.
- You're my hero, Dr. Watson.
- 1050. I don't need you, Sherlock. I've got lots
of people who want me as an archenemy.
- 1051. They're queuing up!
- 1052. I'm popular and bubbly.
- 1053. I'm a pie about town.
- 1054. You know, you're very needy for a villain.
- 1055. The bridge is up. The gnomes are smashed.
- 1056. And I guess this is the end
of our little story, Sherlock.
- 1057. Come now, Moriarty.
- 1058. I think there's one more twist in the tale.
- 1059. No!
- 1060. You're past your sell-by date, Moriarty.
- 1061. You saved them? My life's work ruined?
- 1062. The Sistine Chapel of evil plans
- 1063. and you just spray-painted
a cartoon cat all over it!
- 1064. Well, then, sir, my hat's off to you.
- 1065. Literally.
- 1066. No!
- 1067. Brace yourselves!
- 1068. Oh, Sherlock. You look tired.
- 1069. Why don't you have a little lie-down
while I go and chat to your friends.
- 1070. Yeah. Back in a sec.
- 1071. And lift!
- 1072. Again!
- 1073. Watson, behind you!
- 1074. Hello!
- 1075. Poor old miserabubble Watson.
- 1076. - Okay, bye-bye!
- No, Moriarty. Please.
- 1077. Give it up, Sherlock.
What you gonna do, depress me to death?
- 1078. This is where our story ends.
- 1079. Come, Moriarty. Come dance with me.
- 1080. Oh, big hairy bums!
- 1081. Sherlock!
- 1082. Ow!
- 1083. Sherlock Gnomes, I shall...
- 1084. This water is disgusting. Oh, it's going
in my mouth! It's going in my mouth!
- 1085. Oh, no, my phone!
- 1086. You'd give your life for me?
- 1087. Of course.
- 1088. Because you're the sworn protector
of London's garden gnomes.
- 1089. No. Because we are the sworn protectors
of London's garden gnomes.
- 1090. Watson and Sherlock, partners and friends.
- 1091. And I promise
to treat my partner a lot better.
- 1092. That is, of course, if you'll have me back.
- 1093. Watson and Sherlock.
I rather like the sound of that.
- 1094. So, Benny, you know how you said
- 1095. you only want to kiss someone
if they want to kiss you back?
- 1096. Well, now is that time.
- 1097. Where did you learn to kiss like that?
- 1098. The Internet.
- 1099. Not bad for our first week in London.
- 1100. You're the one who wanted an adventure.
- 1101. Yeah, with you. Always with you.
- 1102. What a perfect spring day.
- 1103. The garden looks absolutely glorious.
- 1104. It truly does. Juliet, I am so proud of you.
- 1105. Thanks, Dad.
- 1106. Watson!
- 1107. Oh, Sherlock. I didn't even see you there.
- 1108. Yes. I suppose I deserve that.
- 1109. This is nice!
- 1110. Yes
- 1111. When do we attack?
- 1112. On this day, the first day of spring,
- 1113. we are here to celebrate our new leaders...
- 1114. Gnomeo and Juliet.
- 1115. Is this what I think it is?
- 1116. A Cupid's Arrow Orchid. Our flower.
- 1117. So I guess this is officially our garden now.
- 1118. It is. And I'll never forget the most
important thing in this garden is you.
- 1119. That was super cheesy.
- 1120. No, it was extremely romantic.
- 1121. - Grade-A cheddar.
- Will you shut up and kiss me?
- 1122. What?
- 1123. Watson, do you see
how they look at one another?
- 1124. Recalculating likelihood of breakup at 0%.
- 1125. Could that possibly be right?
- 1126. Elementary, my dear Sherlock. Elementary.
- 1127. Ow!
- 1128. I hate you, Sherlock Gnomes.