We know Moffat likes to plant clues from the start of the series. In episode 2, everyone’s duped by this chemical that’s dwells in the mist at Dewer’s Hollow into thinking that they’re being chased by enormous hounds, when in fact there’s nothing there at all. What if John somehow consumed this chemical again? What if John, expecting to see Sherlock falling and then...
what happens if Mycroft is the mind behind all and Moriarty only his actor ? It’s only a game between Sherlock and his brother. I think that’s a clue. submitted by: tarotas.
Just a thought...
Maybe Sherlock’s cheekbones were so big that they were able pocket air and slow him down enough to make a safe landing?
YOU GUYS! REMEMBER IN THE END OF REICHENBACH WHEN...
loki-s-army-at-221b: WHAT IF THE CABBIE WAS SHERLOCK!? SHERLOCK EVEN SAID HIMSELF “No one ever thinks about the cabbie. You’re just the back of a head.”
“Keep your eyes fixed on me. Please, will you do this for me?” Rather odd request, wouldn’t it? There’s something Sherlock wanted John to notice.
No? ...No one else?
Didn’t anyone else think it was a bit funny that John got a phone call and headed back to Baker Street at the end of “Reichenbach”? I just sat there thinking, “So…. you’re a fugitive. There’s that.”
bendydicks: unbreakablebow: Dear Fandom, Just to add more to our disgrace, Mr. Moffat and Mr. Gatiss are going to release the “Three Words” on August 24. August 24 is the 236th day of the year. The Reichenbach Fall was first aired on January 15, that is the 15th day of the year, obviously. And suddenly I noticed something: 236 - 15 = 221
'something right in front of you'
The obvious something that Moffat was talking about were the paintings in the reporters living room. All done by someone who attends an art group.I am convinced there is a connection in some way I just havent workd it out yet. Now the story opens with the famous Riechenbach painting. Surely this needs further discussion?
Why did John go back to Baker St when Mrs Hudson...
Something Out of Character
Moffat keeps telling us that Sherlock “did something that was out of character for him”. He repeats that there is a huge clue that everyone missed, right in front of us. Since I don’t subscribe to ludicrous theories like garbage-truck landing cushions or Sherlock texting Molly on the rooftop, I have to go with what I observed and not what I saw. Sherlock said, in “The...
Anonymous asked: Hi, I didn't quite understand the "I am you"-talk just before Moriarty's suicide. Did it just mean that they're alike; "bored geniuses" or what? And second, how did the Lestrade's and Hudson's killers know that Sherlock was dead and that they didn't need to kill them? Did I miss some text messaging there or what XD
My Reichenbach Theory
Okay. For starters, when Moriarty “kills himself” Sherlock doesn’t actually check to see if he’s dead. Moriarty has fooled him before, so it’s possible that he is alive. Next, when Sherlock is on the phone with John, he pauses for a long time after explaining that when they first met, he looked John up. He then says, “It’s a trick, it’s just a...
wakingthegoldenwood: okay guys but seriously the exact line was “I researched you. Before we met, I discovered everything that I could to impress you… it’s a trick. It’s just a magic trick.” he takes this big pause after he says “impress you” everything he says is in the past tense until it’s a trick. It’s just a magic trick he was trying to tell him he was trying to tell him