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Renegade Carpark

  • Wednesday 18th January 2012, 4:21pm
  • England
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Quote: AJGO @ January 18 2012, 4:12 PM GMT

http://www.metro.co.uk/tv/887733-sherlock-fans-missed-vital-clue-in-series-two-death-says-stephen-moffat

Much as I heart him, Steven Moffat is a very annoying man

Smilie

Sherlock does things 'out of character' every epsiode from thanking Molly to admitting his friendship for Watson - otherwise his character would just stagnate.

Smilie

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Lazzard

  • Wednesday 18th January 2012, 4:28pm
  • Ludlow, England
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Quote: AJGO @ January 18 2012, 4:12 PM GMT

http://www.metro.co.uk/tv/887733-sherlock-fans-missed-vital-clue-in-series-two-death-says-stephen-moffat

Much as I heart him, Steven Moffat is a very annoying man

Well, he would say that wouldn't he.
I reckon he's bluffing.

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Nogget

  • Wednesday 18th January 2012, 4:43pm
  • England
  • 6510 posts
Quote: Moffat @ January 18 2012, 4:28 PM GMT

'It's something that Sherlock did that was very out of character, but which nobody has picked up on.'

As RC says, Sherlock does weird stuff all the time.

Was it when he made tea, instead of getting Mrs Hudson to do it, like he always does? Or was it when he implied he needed Molly (although it could have been 'I need U')? Or perhaps it might have been when he got drunk on meths and shagged that fox in the alley?

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zooo

  • Wednesday 18th January 2012, 4:48pm
  • England
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I bet he hasn't read this thread. Maybe one of us already noticed it.

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KM378

  • Wednesday 18th January 2012, 5:15pm
  • London, England
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I just watched it again.

Just before heading for the final confrontation, Sherlock can be seen discarding an empty can of Red Bull.

It's brief, but very noticeable when you know what you're looking for. Just over 46 minutes on the iPlayer version.

I think we have our answer!

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Lazzard

  • Wednesday 18th January 2012, 5:23pm
  • Ludlow, England
  • 4011 posts
Quote: Kevin Murphy @ January 18 2012, 5:15 PM GMT

I just watched it again.

Just before heading for the final confrontation, Sherlock can be seen discarding an empty can of Red Bull.

It's brief, but very noticeable when you know what you're looking for. Just over 46 minutes on the iPlayer version.

I think we have our answer!

I'm going to pretend I didn't go straight and check that out.

Doh!

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Godot Taxis

  • Wednesday 18th January 2012, 5:57pm
  • England
  • 5042 posts
Quote: AJGO @ January 18 2012, 4:12 PM GMT

http://www.metro.co.uk/tv/887733-sherlock-fans-missed-vital-clue-in-series-two-death-says-stephen-moffat

Much as I heart him, Steven Moffat is a very annoying man

He's much more. He's a c**t.

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Jamey

  • Wednesday 18th January 2012, 6:55pm
  • Northern Ireland
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Anyone know what happend with the camera in Sherlock's appartment, don't remember it ever being explained who did it?

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Tony Cowards

  • Wednesday 18th January 2012, 7:13pm
  • Wiltshire, England
  • 1762 posts
Quote: Jamey @ January 18 2012, 6:55 PM GMT

Anyone know what happend with the camera in Sherlock's appartment, don't remember it ever being explained who did it?

I assumed it was one of the assassins who'd put it there to keep tabs on him?

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sootyj

  • Wednesday 18th January 2012, 7:40pm [Edited]
  • England
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He did so he can film when Mrs Hudson bends down to do the dusting and whack off over the images later.

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Marooned

  • Thursday 19th January 2012, 11:31am
  • England
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Quote: sootyj @ January 18 2012, 7:40 PM GMT

He did so he whack off when Mrs Hudson bends down to do the dusting

Oh dear - how much have you had to drink this time?

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AJGO

  • Thursday 19th January 2012, 8:05pm
  • London, England
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I was going to leave this thread alone, but since sootyj has so hurt my feelings by saying my theories are bad ideas I shall continue...

Moffat said that Sherlock did something out of character. This refers to the show, not the individual. It was out of character for the show to use a pop song as soundtrack. That song was Sinnerman, which is based on the book of revelations, which references angels and hiding and falling, as well as help from 'they which came out of great tribulation, and have washed their robes'. The name of the star that falls to earth in book of revelations is Wormwood, which is not only the name of a street that is also EC1 postcode like St. Barts but is also used to make absinthe, commonly thought to be a psychoactive drug (which is no longer scientifically thought to be the case but it will get you very doolally very quickly)

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zooo

  • Thursday 19th January 2012, 8:10pm
  • England
  • 68290 posts

Smilie

I think you might be an actual genius.

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AJGO

  • Thursday 19th January 2012, 8:27pm
  • London, England
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Quote: zooo @ January 19 2012, 8:10 PM GMT

Smilie

I think you might be an actual genius.

Smilie That seems unlikely since I use my fingers to count but I'm not waiting two years to find out if I can do a victory dance *does victory dance that will probably be renamed 'missed key element that renders theory useless dance'*
Also, there's seals and sun and moon stuff in revelations, but I'm not bloody reading it to specify

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