But when Watson gets to the restaurant, Holmes has beaten her there. He introduces her to Gabrielle, her brother's girlfriend. He's been describing her job to the Watsons. In a whisper, he explains that he has some downtime because he's waiting for the DNA results on the blood. Holmes insists to the family that Watson has been instrumental in his cases. Her mother asks, fascinated, if she really helped prove that a secretary killed five people. Watson admits that she did. Holmes is very generous in his descriptions of her as helping rebuild lives as a sober companion. Watson's mother says she never thought of it like that, and Holmes points out that Watson is naturally humble and wouldn't describe herself like that.
In the cab, Watson thanks Holmes for his nice words, knowing he'll blow it off. He does! He claims to have told them what they wanted to hear. But as he says this, he's sneaking sidelong glances at her, which I believe is so he can make sure she doesn't get too down on herself. He believes her family is conventional, but that she is not. Also, the phone that's been in his hands the whole night is Jason Guthrie's. He's got three names stored in the notes: Jeremy, Amelie, and Alex. Those, Holmes says, are names from the jury. Who keeps in touch with people from their jury?
Okay, remember that coffee order? The one that was supposed to have the names of the 2009 crew? The names were actually Justin, Alex, Jeremy, and Amelie. I think it's a production mistake, because it doesn't make sense otherwise.
Holmes is listening to opera at 3:00 AM. Watson wants it turned down, but Holmes is basking. He explains that in the original heist, Vance Poulson was the inside man, Charles Briggs was the lock-picker, Carter Averill was the organizer/genius, and David Retz was the PhD in electrical engineering. So the in new team, Guthrie did Carter Averill's job. Alex Wilson was an electrical engineer. Jeremy Lopez, was the son of a locksmith. And the last person, Amelie Windompsky was a homemaker. But her maiden name was Batonvert, which makes her Greenstick's sister. Holmes concludes that these are the four people that hit the diamond exchange, which they should have gotten at least two scenes ago. Even without the coffee list, as soon as they had Jason's phone, they had the rest of the team.