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This time on YOUR CRITICALLY ACCLAIMED, our listener Eric Fusco asked William Bibbiani and Witney Seibold to compare the three modern versions of Sherlock Holmes - the Robert Downey Jr. movie, the Benedict Cumberbatch BBC series, and the Jonny Lee Miller CBS series ELEMENTARY - and figure out if Holmes really is the most influential fictional character in history!
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