In the TV series, Sherlock - Season 2 Episode 1 titled 'A Scandal in Belgravia', at the very end of that episode Sherlock would regain his memories happened in Karachi. Then he will say "The Woman" with thaa sound for the word 'The'. And again for the second time he repeats "The Woman". But this time its with thee sound for the word 'The'.
I know that according to English grammar and vocabulary, 'the' before a word can be pronounced with two sounds thaa and thee. And I also know that these pronunciations thaa and thee will be enunciated before consonant sounds and vowel sounds respectively. Sherlock is good with his English vocabulary as it was very clearly explained the previous episode (S01E03).
But why did Sherlock pronounce 'The' in "The Woman" with thee sound, even though it is followed by a consonant. Does that mean something? Or am I weak with English vocabulary. Clear me out.