The episode begins and Sherlock is shown having a good time with two women who are scantily dressed. Next they are shown handcuffing him to a chair. Sherlock plays along as he assumes it’s a part of the fun. But, turns out it’s not, as the moment he is handcuffed they begin robbing him. Just then, cops arrive and arrest the two women, thus reveling that it was they who were set up. The next day he practices whacking a dummy with a "single stick". Watson in the meantime mentions that she has to go, check on the person she has sublet her apartment to. ..Read the full recap
(The "private party" abruptly ends.)
Sherlock: I've never been robbed by people in their underwear before... no, well, there was that one chap...
Watson: I remember this, they call him "The Peeler".
Watson: Why is it ridiculous? Didn't he skin people?
Sherlock: It's ridiculous to give the man a clever little nick name. It lends an air of omniscience that these people in no way deserve. You've met serial murderers, they're duller than the Queen's jubilee, mouth breathers and chronic odor nests, the lot of them.
(Sherlock sees an old acquaintance talking to some reporters.)
Sherlock: She's a buffoon. All profilers are. A snake oil salesman who casts maladjusted closet cases as criminal geniuses to the media. The profilers in turn can be super geniuses when the killers are caught.
Watson: Isn't profiling part of what you do?
Sherlock: I deduce. Enormous difference.