On another occasion Sherlock walks across the room checking his phone while he talks to a man sitting on a dining room chair. As soon as they arrive Sherrinford, the incident progresses through a series of puzzles with escalating stakes that actually allow Sherlock to glow -- but what's more, and actually for the first time this year, Watson is correctly by his own side. Still holding the binoculars in place over his eyes, Sherlock calls out. Greg is standing just inside the door. The title is based on the Holmes novel. Standing at the other side of the table, Molly Hooper is drinking from a glass of champagne and Mrs Hudson is taking another photograph with her camera.
Norbury reveals she had long secretly manipulated her boss, Lady Smallwood, and used A. Sherlock is sitting on a chair near his brother, facing the table. He presents the rattle to her. Thirteen episodes have been produced, with three-part series airing from 2010—2017, and a special episode airing on 1 January 2016. Sherlock declares he will keep his promise to the Watsons and keep her safe, but she drugs him and flees. He looks excitedly at a plate on the table and springs to his feet to walk over there.
After waking up from near-death, Sherlock escapes the hospital and lures Mary to an abandoned building, where he tricks her into revealing her false identity and attempted murder while John is listening nearby. He points towards the screen. Before Sherlock can play the cabbie's game, John shoots the cabbie from an opposite building. Using his powers of observation and deduction, Sherlock, supported by Watson that channels and aided by modern technology, solves complex and mysterious investigations. David puts the phone to his ear. Friendship, family members, and the cluttered emotional entanglements they make dominate the incident.
You fail to connect actions to their consequences. Something with its roots deep in Mary Watson's past. He confides in and tells him his theory for his existence. Sherlock saves the targeted guest, and then informs John and Mary of the meaning of the sign of three; namely that Mary is pregnant. The image shuts down altogether.
Mary and John stand near him, Mary cradling the baby, and Greg, Mrs Hudson, Sherlock and Molly are at the other side of the font. The episode ends with Eurus firing a shot at John. The video screen is behind the other three people. Or is there a much darker purpose at work? John was giving Sherlock something back that he dropped as a kid. He flashes back to earlier that day where he was leaning over Rosie unfastening her nappy as she lay on a changing mat on top of a bureau in her bedroom.
Later John's therapist reveals that she is actually Sherlock's secret sister, , and has been using disguises to manipulate both Sherlock and Watson. John purses his lips, mimicking breathing. A couple quotes keep recurring in his head: A. He turns and looks at Mycroft as he walks back towards his chair. Sir Edwin puts his hand over his face.
The footage jumps back a second or two. While Lestrade is still trying to process how Sherlock figured this one out, the great detective has already moved on. Moriarty kills himself to force Sherlock to do the same. Critical reception has been highly positive, with many reviews praising the quality of the writing, performances, and direction. He chuckles and puts the phone away. A montage of client scenes begins. After a series of incidents, the person responsible for the deaths, a taxicab driver , reveals that his victims took their own lives by playing a game of with two pills: one fatally poisonous, the other safe.
He tries to convince John—who has moved on and now has a girlfriend, —to help; however, John is angry that Sherlock did not tell him he was alive. Sorry to miss your party but, uh. Molly looks across to Sherlock and elbows him. In the last action, Eurus is shown to be the terrified woman aboard the airplane -- her eccentric intellect translates her encounter to a metaphorical mystery for Sherlock to solve. After a slight delay, during which Lestrade gets a date and Sherlock trolls a client while Watson temporarily replaces himself with a smiley-face balloon, the police inspector finds a second case of a broken Thatcher bust.