Sherlock Holmes in the 22nd Century

Season 2 Episode 6

The Adventure of the Creeping Man

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Aired Saturday 10:30 AM May 26, 2001 on FOX
6.3
out of 10
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Inspector Lestrade learns Alice Murphy is engaged to their old teacher, Prof. Jacob Presbury. The professor is moody and forgetful. His daughter is jealous. Family friend Trevor is over-protective. Meanwhile Holmes investigates three monkeys stolen from the Primate Shelter, stolen as it turns out by Trevor who wants Alice for himself and so turned Presbury into an apeman.moreless

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  • Inspector Lestrade does not trust Alice Murphy's husband-to-be and wants to investigate the moody and forgetful professor. As luck would have it, this case is connected with Holmes and Watson's investigation into stolen monkeys.moreless

    8.0
    This is not a bad episode by any means, but it does strain itself a bit too much in trying to fit all the pieces together, while also offering some character development and important clues. The Professor's daughter is rude because she wrongly believes that Alice is a gold digger. Trevor, who seems really nice, is madly in love with Alice and turned the Professor into a mutated Apeman in order to...well...win the heart of Alice? Yeah, it's not the most the most logical motivation for a villain and the episode ends on a somewhat touching, but a bit creepy, note that Alice and the Professor marry, despite his Ape-like condition, and hope for a cure.moreless
Jennifer Copping

Jennifer Copping

the voice of Deidre

Jason Gray-Stanford

Jason Gray-Stanford

the voice of Sherlock Holmes

Richard Newman

Richard Newman

the voice of Prof. James Moriarty

Ian James Corlett

Ian James Corlett

the voice of Martin Fenwick

William Samples

William Samples

the voice of Chief Insp. Charles Greyson

Viv Leacock

Viv Leacock

the voice of Wiggins

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