I recently started watching BBC Sherlock and it immediately became my favourite series ever. There is so much professionalism in this show. It's so perfect - the photography, the script, the acting, the music - everything really. I don't believe that there is one Sherlock episode that is bad or mediocre at least. They are all great, but as it happens with all things, some episodes are better and some worse. Here is my personal list of all Sherlock episodes from worst to best.
After effort of years, finally Sherlock with help of Microft manages to put an end to the terrorist organisation which was a threat to the world. The final step was when Jim Moriarty kills himself after seeing his terrorist empire collapsed.
Next chapter in Sherlock's life was marriage. The life partner he choose was none other than 'the woman', Irene Adler. There's a reason he saved her from being executed. For the ceremony they choose a place by the cliff. John was the best man who was with him through all the times of his life. Microft as usual choose not...
I loved the relationship between Sherlock and Mrs. Hudson. We know from series one that they were fairly close; Mrs. Hudson hugs Sherlock when she first sees him, and Sherlock isn’t exactly a “huggy” person. He made certain that her abusive husband was killed. She “wasn’t their housekeeper” but she made sure “the boys” were alright. It was pretty obvious from the get-go that they cared for each other.
And this series just took that and exploded it into this wonderful, caring relationship that took Sherlock (I think) to new depths. For the first...
1. …you are bored (BORED. Bored!!).
2. …you are on FIRE!
3. …you ponder the best way to destroy all self-check machines for the sake of your sanity and mankind.
4. …you hate those bloody self check out machines.
5. …body parts in your fridge, microwave or other kitchen appliances is just de rigueur.
6. …the idea of body parts in the fridge/microwave doesn't seem like a deal-breaker for a flatmate.
According to the Daily Mail, Sherlock will fall a life-threatening 70 foot from the roof of Saint Bart's Hospital in the first episode of the new series. The episode, entitled A Scandal In Belgravia, is a remake of the original short story, A Scandal in Bohemia. It is unclear if Sherlock fell from the roof or was pushed by an enemy but it is certain that he is rushed to hospital after the fall. The BBC has confirmed that the second series of three 90-minute episodes will air in Autumn 2011. Irene Adler is also due to make an appearance during this episode.
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Posted over a year ago
You understand you are utterly obsessed with a show, when you have four favourite characters and can't deside which one you love the most. In this case, it's Moriarty, Mycroft, John and Sherlock. I love them all, I really can't decide which one I love the most.
Posted over a year ago