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  1. Hi everyone! I hope this is in the right place (and that I haven't accidentally posted it three times as the Internet here is terrible and keeps dropping out). I've been lurking this forum for a while but I realised something. While I have a hunch that Mary's not (or is no longer) evil, I noticed that you can make the word RAT from both MARY MORSTAN and MARY WATSON. People say that the writers said the word "rat" is significant and nobody can figure out why. I thought that might just be a coincidence, but then I mixed the other letters around just a bit and realised that MARY WATSON is a complete anagram of MAY: RAT'S WON Mary marries John (and thus becomes Mary Watson) on the 18th of May. Thoughts?
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