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Sherlock likes John because he appreciates him unlike others who call him a freak and ask him to piss off. In the episode A study in Pink, when John and Sherlock are in the cab the following conversat …
answered Jul 30 '14 by Rippy
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In Sherlock S04E02, Mycroft Holmes seems to have an affair with Lady Smallwood, but it is left to the interpretation of the audience. As far as I remember, there has never been any direct mention abo …
asked Mar 29 '17 by Rippy
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Magnussen is by far the least desirable characters, from the entire Sherlock series. I don't think he suffers from any disorder but he is definitely a megalomaniac. He loves to hog the limelight and i …
answered May 15 '16 by Rippy
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No. Jim Moriarty is not Richard Brook. This is evident from the confrontation between Sherlock and Jim on the rooftop. JIM: Did you almost start to wonder if I was real? Did I nearly get you? …
answered Mar 14 '16 by Rippy
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In BBC's Sherlock, James Moriarty is portrayed as a criminal mastermind. He is a psychopathic individual who is obsessed with Sherlock. Moriarty is extremely difficult to read and anticipate. He show …
asked May 1 '17 by Rippy
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Though there has never been a direct mention about Sherlock's or Mycroft's age, but in the episode The Empty Hearse, there is a slight reference. SHERLOCK: I didn’t know you spoke Serbian. MY …
answered Jun 17 '14 by Rippy
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I'm quite disappointed with the Red John episode of The Mentalist, since there were many questions left unanswered. For example, How was Red John able to manipulate so many people into committing such …
asked Jun 10 '18 by Rippy
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It is pivotal to understand that the Sherlock TV series is an adaptation of A.C. Doyle's work. It is the makers', directors' and script writers' call as to how they interpret the characters and projec …
answered Feb 21 '17 by Rippy