Wednesday, January 22, 2014


If you eliminate the the impossible fan theories, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the spoilers.
— sparknotes reviews the empty hearse

I'm sure if you are a fan of the show you saw the opening of the third season long ago. But if you are new to being a fan of the show, then Sunday night was owned by Sherlock.

Needless to say..the show delivered! And so did Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman as Sherlock and Watson. Honestly, I can't think of a better bromance on TV and the creators took their time exposing Sherlock's tricks and of course, what his fans thought. .. along with a MYSTERY to unwind too.
The show is at its best in such moments, these sequences that capture the semi-virtual, semi-real ways that we think, and feel, and meet, and connect today. It’s a rare attempt to make visible something that we take for granted: a new kind of cognition, inflected by passion, that allows strangers to think out loud, solving mysteries together
— Emily Nussbaum, on Sherlock’s third season

And just when you thought it was going to be a new beginning with Watson and a mustache..the writers came back to haunt us as if it just might be the END. As always, the show has great pacing, many points of view and always keeping us at the edge of our seat.



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