‘Gatiss has said in an interview that there’s something Sherlock did that is very out of character that no one has picked up on. “A Study In Pink” gave me an idea. Sherlock prefers to text. Calling is faster, but I don’t think Sherlock was under a time-limit; just that they had to see him fall. And I’m wondering if The Call (you know the one) is the clue Gatiss...
‘Just some thoughts: “Keep your eyes fixed on me.” is definitely an important line. There is a car blocking John’s sight and this car decides to drive away shortly after the cyclist shoves John. So people in the car, maybe some of Sherlock’s homeless people contacts, had time to replace the body with another one. The way Sherlock’s body lays on the ground...
Here’s my mom’s theory: Sherlock falls into the nearby truck filled with trash bags of some sort. He jumps out, lands on the ground with fake blood, the hospital personnel are all in on it, through Molly, and they whisk him away quickly. The man with the bike distracts John, and he is impaired for a short time. Sherlock cries because he knows he is tricking John. Moriarty is also not...
peacelovemusic09 asked: So after re-watching Reichenbach Fall tonight and looking for clues along the way, I came up with the idea that the man standing on the roof isn't Sherlock at all. John is far enough away that he can't see his face (we know that because we see plenty of shots from his point of view.) Maybe Molly pushed Moriarty off the roof, and Sherlock only jumped from the first story or something....
Anonymous asked: Do we give our own theories in your ask box or in the submit box?
video i found
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J0Hu2BSHiAg submission by: felix-flower
We’ve had our meeting, we’ve decided what we’re doing and how we’re going to...– Steven Moffat promises a puzzling climax to Sherlock’s third series (via the-visual)
I just thought of something that breaks my...
bbcsherlockftw: Again. At the start of A Study in Pink: Read More
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cumberqueen: Sherlock star and co-writer Mark Gatiss has revealed Dr Watson may not be pleased to see Sherlock, when he returns from the dead in the new series. Read More