Battle List: Sherlock Holmes vs. Encyclopedia Brown

I'll assign points for each category. Winner is definitive and should never, ever be argued again. Other point values may be added in "suggestions"; list will be edited to reflect additions. Annnd go.
  1. SHERLOCK HOLMES: Is possessed by a brilliance that borders on supernatural.
    25 POINTS
  2. ENCYCLOPEDIA BROWN: Is smart for a kid, but I mean, come on - he's not freaking Sherlock Holmes. Not by a long shot.
    5 POINTS
  3. SHERLOCK HOLMES: Works out of his apartment at 221B Baker Street.
    20 POINTS
  4. ENCYCLOPEDIA BROWN: Works out of a garage with a clumsily hand-painted sign, which is much more cool and grungy and start-up and "twee."
    30 POINTS
  5. SHERLOCK HOLMES: Is assisted by his friend of many years, Dr. John Watson.
    10 POINTS
  6. ENCYCLOPEDIA BROWN: Is assisted by Sally Kimball, who physically intimidates anyone who messes with Encyclopedia, which is hot.
    20 POINTS
  7. SHERLOCK HOLMES: Has an arch-rival, Professor James Moriarty, who is an incredibly cunning criminal mastermind.
    30 POINTS
  8. ENCYCLOPEDIA BROWN: Has an arch-rival, Bugs Meany, who is a total dumbass that has never, ever successfully pulled off a single crime.
    NO POINTS
  9. SHERLOCK HOLMES: Smokes a pipe and uses cocaine.
    5 POINTS
  10. ENCYCLOPEDIA BROWN: States in the book "Encyclopedia Brown and the Case of the Midnight Visitor" that "smoking of any kind is a nasty habit." Uses cocaine very, very rarely, like only if it's a party and someone has some.
    10 POINTS
  11. SHERLOCK HOLMES: Is pretty sexist and says things like, "Women are never to be entirely trusted, not the best of them."
    NO POINTS
  12. ENCYCLOPEDIA BROWN: Is business partners with Sally Kimball. Puts up with it when she (occasionally) solves a case and then disses him by saying, "Of course you couldn't solve this case. You're a boy." I think if EB had taken another 10 minutes or so he could've figured it out, Sally. But whatever.
    25 POINTS
  13. SHERLOCK HOLMES: Has inspired countless movies, plays and TV adaptations.
    30 POINTS
  14. ENCYCLOPEDIA BROWN: Has inspired a few extremely nerdy kids to say to their friends, "Hey, let's play Encyclopedia Brown," which is quickly squashed because they want to play stupid Army or something.
    5 POINTS
  15. SHERLOCK HOLMES: Solves cases through his extraordinary powers of deduction.
    30 POINTS
  16. ENCYCLOPEDIA BROWN: Solves cases by noticing that a teen was sitting on the hood of a car he claimed to have just been driving, but that couldn't be true because the hood would still be hot - which in no way would hold up in any courtroom on earth.
    15 POINTS
  17. SHERLOCK HOLMES: Is one of the greatest characters in the history of English literature.
    40 POINTS
  18. ENCYCLOPEDIA BROWN: Is the character I've actually read a lot more of.
    40 POINTS
  19. ENCYCLOPEDIA BROWN: Invokes childhood nostalgia. (Suggested by @eatthelove)
    20 POINTS
  20. SHERLOCK HOLMES TOTAL: 190 POINTS
  21. ENCYCLOPEDIA BROWN TOTAL: 170 POINTS
  22. WINNER: SHERLOCK HOLMES
    He is better than Encyclopedia Brown. Again, this is totally definitive.
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