In a new interview, Arthur Conan Doyle reveals that he regrets making John Watson and Mary Morstan marry. He also regrets bringing Sherlock Holmes back to life. Actually, he regrets everything. He hates Sherlock Holmes. He hates every single one of you. “Why can’t you leave me alone,” he says.
Is it cruel of me that I hate hearing the sound of rippling laughter coming through the closed bedroom door, from the mouth of the girl who, day by day, is a more frequent nightly visitor to my flatmate’s bedroom? (Note: my flatmate is a guy and I the girl.)
Mahler was truly a baller. I mean, listen to this! What ecstasy! I believe this is also the backing to the recording of Benedict Cumberbatch reciting “Ode to a Nightingale” by John Keats, which can be found on YouTube somewhere I imagine.
no but mary is 100% the moran figure she literally appears in the empty house and sherlock pulls the whole fake bust thing even though it was actually john; the fact that people aren’t getting this is mindblowing, mary is literally moran
I KNOW ITS NOT…
Except we should entertain the idea that Mary is in some way still an accomplice, perhaps unwillingly, in Moriarty’s plans. That his return follows her big reveal might be suggestive in addition to being just a mechanism by which we can get Sherlock back and off the hook for the murder.