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    Molly Hooper

    Jaguar in a cello... good one.
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    Molly Hooper

    Someone said his voice is like fine wine and dark chocolate. The metaphor is truly perfect.
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    Molly Hooper

    While I agree that BC has loads of awkward photos, it's in interviews where he truly comes off as attractive. And it's not about the way he looks at all, it's the voice and the way he handles himself. Before I saw him in any interviews I thought it was an absolute enigma why anyone found him attractive. But when I heard him in an interview I went like "Ooohh... riiiight "
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    Molly Hooper

    Finished it yesterday. Teriffic series. I say anyone who wants to see how great BC's talent truly is should watch this show. Truly a captivating performance. BC and Jessica Raine(who plays his on and off lover Julia) had teriffic chemistry.
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    Mary Morstan

    Alternate personalities who make no sense whatsoever. One second she is a female Hannibal Lecter the other "the girl on the plane" is a metaphor for her loneliness? For f sakes. Spare me the bullshit writers and make up your mind. The fact that Eurus came out of nowhere is one of the lesser problems here.
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    Mary Morstan

    I could understand the possibility that they had fun writing Eurus-since they only could have done so if they were high as kites. But all that dreadful Mary stuff was so... smug. You could just feel how smug Moffat felt while writing that storyline. How brilliant he thought it was.
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    Mary Morstan

    If only Moffat listened to himself when he said they shouldn't explore Sherlock's childhood or family or any of that. The problem is the writers completely misinterpreted what made this show successful in the first place.
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    Mary Morstan

    To expertly manipulate people and understand what makes them tick you have to have some practical experience with them. The most expert manipulators of people's feelings have years of practising behind them. They observe how other people behave in all sorts of situations. Eurus or Euros(whatever, I don't care enough) was locked up in a cell like Hannibal(they even compare her to him when mentioning "it's like silence of the lambs down there") when she was 7. By Mycroft. Who I guess was "the British Goverment" at 15 years old and yet their grown up parents didn't know anything about Eurus. So basically, she had little to no contact with people a.k.a she could not possibly have manipulated them that expertly. But anyway, it's not like the writer thought any of that through... "Happiness is a pop song" what the hell is that? LSD bullshit, my god, my head hurts just remembering all that.
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    Mary Morstan

    Euros lured John like some expert famme fatale even though she is later presented as someone who doesn't understand human processes or attraction. Yeah... that just describes later part of this show perfectly.
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    Mary Morstan

    Oh, gee, how imaginitive... infidelity.Except he didn't even cheat on her, just texted with sigh... Eurus who somehow went in and out of that fortress. Also another spouse still seing the other after they are dead is one of the most used, cheesy tricks there is out there.
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    Mary Morstan

    I don't think either Moffat or Gatiss were sure what Mary was supposed to be. Secret agent? Simply an assassin? I don't know. Sherlock said something about her skills being the one of the CIA agent so that must be it. The problem is I don't care. Also her ghostly(ghastly) presence in TLD is completely unnecesssry and also melodramatic. That sort of thing has no place in a show like this. At least in a show pre-season 3 when it was actually a detective show. Even though that scene when John tells Mary he "cheated" on her is well acted from every player involved(including BC) it still feels like it came straight out of "The Days of Our Lives" or whatever the show's called.
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    Mary Morstan

    Actually, I felt that the writers were trying to present Mary martyred saint in a wholly objective light. I never got the impression that was supposed to be just John's subjective way of seeing her. And that's just the thing. We were supposed to take it lightly she was a gun for hire just because she loved John and he loved her back and she appearantley wanted a fresh start. Sorry, but we have to question what kind of person she is in the first place because oh, you know...she killed people for a living. I felt Mary the assassin was actually glorified. Instead of going to prison she was presented as some sort of badass love of John's life who could shoot Sherlock and he still be all chummy with her. I mean, that's the man who seemed very iritated when his own parents came to visit him but he wants to hang around the person who shot him. I can not even begin to describe all sorts of wrong with this.
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    Mary Morstan

    They may have kept him dead-but it certainly didn't feel like that to me. The same with Mary-why the hell kill her if she is gonna be narrating John to save Sherlock(I guess she can see the future) or make speeches about "Baker Street boys" beyong the grave.
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    Mary Morstan

    I think it was the question of how. Another peeve I have(as do some others) is with just cramming Moriarty into everything and anything.In fact, that's exactly the case that famous "Why Sherlock is garbage" video makes. Moriarty's "crazy Joker" type characterisation and Scott's teatrical performance only add to that pile even though I am aware many love this particular Moriarty. The writers seemed to think that everything and anything must go back to Moriarty because I guess he's the only criminal mind interesting enough(I just find him annoying really, he reminds me of those annoying bratty kids who are always the loudest on the playground). So really, with their strict "in the box" thinking they shoot themselves in the foot because they clearly didn't know what to do after they killed Moriarty.
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    Mary Morstan

    Someone said that while TRF might be a great episode of Sherlock it was the worst thing that happened to this show since that turned out to be a death sentence for any serious detective work. While I have my reservations with TRF primarily because of Moriarty whom I dislike because of all the teatrics I can't deny that the moment they suggested Sherlock hired "Richard Brook" to play Moriarty wasn't brilliant.
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