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  1. Hi everybody! At first, sorry for my english, is very bad... I just checked in this forum and it's great! I'm a fan of Sherlock since it started. But I like Moriarty, so much Do you think that will come in series 4? I've seen pictures that are supposed to be shooting and Andrew Scott also went ouy, but I don't know if it's true or false.
  2. I was re-watching The Blind Banker a day or so ago and Sebastian says that he hasn't seen Sherlock for nearly 8 years since leaving Uni, now Sherlock only just moved into 221b the episode before, which we could say was a few weeks ago in the series. So where was he living before I wonder? With Mycroft?
  3. Hello. I hope this question hasn't already been beaten to death... I am noticing in Season 3 that the camera is quite often showing us the address on the outside door of 221 Baker St. Perhaps this was occuring before, but in any case it's the first time I've noticed. Question is, why is the door on the street labeed 221B? Should it not be 221? Past that door are apartments A and B. Historically was the street door not marked simply 221? What's up with that?
  4. Is there a diagram anywhere for the layout of Sherlock/John's flat? Sometimes I think I have a grip on how it's laid out, but then other times I'm not sure...
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