Watson: Why are you cutting up the Magpie case file?
Sherlock: I am reducing it to digestible chunks. A 1953 study at the University of Michigan found that planarian worms could navigate a maze more successfully after ingesting the remains of other worms who had also run the same course. Perhaps if I ingest the file, it will offer fresh insights.
Watson: You’re not really gonna eat that entire stack of paper, right?
Suits AU: Men in BlackAgent H is the best agent Men in Black has seen in years. Civilians have never been less aware of alien life on Earth. Yet Agent H was told he needed a partner. Instead of taking whichever fresh meat was handed to him, he searched for his own, and found a young man named Michael Ross.
It didn’t take much to convince Mike to leave his old life behind and take up a new one as Agent M. He seemed like a promising candidate: ever-inquisitive, smart, and a sharp eye. He was always ready to open his mind, and he wasn’t afraid to challenge H.
Sometimes H wondered if he made a terrible mistake. But M would always redeem himself, and eventually, his mistakes were few and far between. He was quickly shaping up to be another legendary agent in Men In Black history. And the day H gave M his very own neuralyzer, there wasn’t a doubt in his mind he had made the right choice.