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About besleybean

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    Beverley Jean Smith

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    Female
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    Carnoustie, Angus, Scotland
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    Animals, The Arts, Politics, Science.
  • Favorite series 1 episode
    The Great Game
  • Favourite Series 2 Episode
    The Reichenbach Fall
  • Favourite Series 3 Episode
    His Last Vow

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  1. besleybean

    logics inconsistency in Sherlock,

    It's all statistics!
  2. besleybean

    why people love sherlock holmes?

    I knew him from Arthur Conan Doyle's stories.
  3. besleybean

    Recently watched movies

    Yep, I'm that old, too!
  4. besleybean

    Recently watched movies

    Yeah, kind of got that... Or would have done, if I'd taken more notice of my SW obsessed daughter!
  5. besleybean

    Recently watched movies

    Nice though that image is...my daughter's in love with Harrison, so maybe not. Yeah sorry, I was referring to The Other Boleyn girl. Is the SW film the latest one? Not seen it. I've liked all of the others.
  6. besleybean

    Recently watched movies

    This isn't really my thing, but I actually really enjoyed this film and loved Benedict's character.
  7. besleybean

    Episode 4.3 "The Final Problem"

    Well I guess you can't please everyone. At the end of the day, you have to write the show you want to...the fans make it up for themselves, anyway! 😬 I am totally on board with Mark and Steven's project.
  8. besleybean

    Episode 4.3 "The Final Problem"

    I think both were attempts to introduce strong, female characters.
  9. besleybean

    Episode 4.3 "The Final Problem"

    I love Moriarty and can't get enough of him. But I love Eurus, too.
  10. besleybean

    Episode 4.3 "The Final Problem"

    Interesting, but can't really see it.
  11. besleybean

    Episode 4.3 "The Final Problem"

    Well I could see how Eurus and Jim would make their plans and then turn to Mycroft to make it so...dunno, can't quite get my head round it and it all seems like ancient history now. We know Jim was released at the end of THOB...and when he visits Sherringford at Xmas- he appears to be free, too. Suggestion: we know Eurus has apparently being leaving Sherringford at will and operating in the real world...did she 1st meet Jim OFF Sherringford? Tho again, unless Jim is a very good actor...the Sherringford scene we are shown appears to be his 1st meet with Eurus.
  12. besleybean

    Episode 4.3 "The Final Problem"

    Quite so... See I think it has to be AFTER Jim and Sherlock have had some interaction, which at least puts it post the swimming pool.
  13. besleybean

    Episode 4.3 "The Final Problem"

    To me it just always makes sense: Jim was also in touch with Irene about the Holmes boys... Tho it's at the end of THOB we see him being released...when is it that Mycroft says 'Moriarty seems desperate to be in touch for some reason'? Of course we SEE Xmas in ASIB, so I assume this is where it all fits in...
  14. besleybean

    Episode 4.3 "The Final Problem"

    That's what I thought we'd all worked out, certainly on my other forum!
  15. besleybean

    Season 2 DVD Documentary

    Courtesy of my daughter's best pal, I am currently the owner of a spare DVD of BBC Sherlock S1 and S2. As I already have them, these are on free offer to anybody who would like them- on a first come, first served basis. I am initially posting on Facebook, Twitter and my two Sherlock forums.
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