Okay so how about this week we try . . . actually uploading the page . . .
Dr. Jekyll's last will and testament may not mean much to people who are not familiar with the original novella, but in that original version it makes for a very important (if very dry) plot point. Why has the respectable Dr. Jekyll chosen to leave all his worldly possessions to this random hooligan Mr. Hyde? Why does the will take effect either in the case of his death or "disappearance or unexplained absence for any period exceeding three calendar months"?
I recognize that certain readers may be more interested in the brief written cameo of a certain lawyer, and I regret to inform those readers that the appearance of Mr. Utterson's name does not mean that he will be a major player in the coming chapters. He may appear in a cameo or two, but I haven't planned anything out specifically.