I’m thinking of doing like some sort of daily question and answer thing on here. So if you guys have questions pertaining to Sherlock BBC let me know????
What's on your mind?
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I think there may be too much focus placed on the importance of Moriarty, almost like he's becoming some kind of essential series finale linchpin.
He's not magical. He's a man ( who possessed a brilliant mind). Who's dead.
Andrew Scott did an amazing job. But now I'm starting to wonder how many times Moriartys corpse is going to be dragged out to say boo!
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Hey! I’m new on fandom but I’m super obsessed with Sherlock and don’t know anyone else who is too. I think my friends are getting a little annoyed with my constant nerdy comments so it’s nice to talk to fellow fans.
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Hey guys. Just wanted to Point out that during this episode of the Sherlock series. When mycroft is with John in his office. He winces in pain twice and touches his cheek. And if you remember towards the beginning of the episode. Sherlock has pointed out that mycroft had had a dentist appointment. Just thought I’d point that out reindeer they didn’t address it. I am a weird 🤓 nerd😁😁😁
Hey guys. I’m new here so I thought that u would start off with an appreciation post. This show is so clever. Brilliantly made. The actors show multiple sides of their characters while giving us the relatable understanding of many issues they face. Question?: Who’s your favorite character? Mine is Jim moriarty. Long live the consulting criminal -#notdead
My idea is that the Moriarty that died was Moriarty's brother, who was his twin (playing on the "it's never twins" line). It also said that "he was always jealous [of his brother]. Maybe he could have been his brother for some time. The Moriarty family mirrors the Holmes family in my idea, as the twin brothers also have a sister (in my idea, which is not canon). The sister works near Thorn Bridge (a play on the story "Thor Bridge"). Moriarty (Jim) reveals himself to her (because she think's he's dead) at the beginning of the episode, and kills her for knowing (thus the plot of Thor Bridge enters). Is this a good idea? Please give me feedback!
consider this my resume for the Sherlock fandom ;)
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