BBC's Sherlock

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Vader182 wrote:Everybody keeps writing The Sign of Three didn't feel like Sherlock at all, but am I alone in plainly disagreeing? Unlike the first episode, which sours in memory the more I think on it, this episode felt classic in every way. Tonally, structurally.


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It felt like Sherlock to me, it's just that the tone had more joy to it. And it should, it's a wedding that's not written by George R.R. Martin.

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third fave ep after fall and scandal

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also, on being classic
what's classic-er than a detective being locked in a room with many people + a killer?
and fuck you ill double post all i want bish

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This was the first case I actually solved before Sherlock. Which can either be really good or really bad.

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Bacon wrote:This was the first case I actually solved before Sherlock. Which can either be really good or really bad.
Sherlock didn't have the benefit of a long-out of place foreboding early sequence.


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Vader182 wrote:
Bacon wrote:This was the first case I actually solved before Sherlock. Which can either be really good or really bad.
Sherlock didn't have the benefit of a long-out of place foreboding early sequence.


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True. I'm just sorta happy with myself. I figured out how the criminal did it and who the person did it to.

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I always figured it was the
cameraman,
but I didn't know how he did it.

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drunk Sherlock might be the best thing ever.

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SilverHeart wrote:I always figured it was the
cameraman,
but I didn't know how he did it.

Also,
drunk Sherlock might be the best thing ever.
That sequence was the highlight of the whole episode for me.
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darthnazgul wrote:
SilverHeart wrote:I always figured it was the
cameraman,
but I didn't know how he did it.

Also,
drunk Sherlock might be the best thing ever.
That sequence was the highlight of the whole episode for me.
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Drunk Sherlock was clueing for looks :lol:

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My favorites from that are 'sleeeeep' 'wood' and 'sitty thing'.

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