I got 93% -- the only one I got wrong was the one about Lady Smallwood's car (I don't do cars!).
But a few were just lucky guesses -- like the football game, and the name of Magnussen’s evil empire.
A year would be a tough wait...two years would be HELL!
I love Mrs. Hudson sooooo much! She gets the best lines.
"Sherlock, if you've been youtubing . . ."
I posted the following on a friend's wall:
I can believe that John inadvertently married a former government assassin.
I can believe that Sherlock had sleepovers with his girlfriend without ever actually having sex with her.
I can believe that Sherlock stood there debating whether to fall forward or backward after being shot. If I try hard, I can even believe that the small eternity in which he debated it was only a few seconds long.
I can believe that Magnussen kept enough information to fill a huge vault inside his mind, without recording any of it. (Okay, that one's a bit of a stretch, but TV has given us enough supergeniuses that I can manage to accept it.)
But I CANNOT believe that Mrs. Hudson was ever an exotic dancer.
Charter member of the "We Always Believed in Ashley" Club and the "We Believe in Ricky" Club
Producer Sue Vertue Talks SHERLOCK, Her Reaction to Hearing Season 3′s Story Ideas, Fan Reactions, Casting Decisions, Shooting on Location and More
by Christina Radish Posted 3 hours ago
Read more at http://collider.com/sherlock-sue-ver...SOtZmRQKWyA.99
That said, I get the feeling that not every loose end is going to be wrapped up before the series eventually ends. That's fine with me because the series has departed from many conventions of the detective genre and seems most interested in the relationship between the two (or, now, three) major characters.
Whether he was also deliberately baiting Sherlock to break into his London office/apartment is another question.
Sherlock: Producers say about show’s future “you might not always get three episodes a series!”
February 6th, 2014 by Anna Howell.
If we only get two episodes, then they should be two hours in length!**
**But producer Sue Vertue says in the article that the length would remain 90 minutes per episode.
Last edited by dardar1126; 02-06-2014 at 06:40 PM.
Why call it a series if there are less than three episodes?
One of my biggest problems with there only being three this time is the whole Mary thing felt insanely rushed--I'm not emotionally crushed for John because who the hell is this person again? I haven't seen them TOGETHER enough to care if it works.