I saw a post saying Octylo Ben was the best grounder and would’ve killed Lexus in her conclave. And y'all I don’t even stan L, but damn that’s some rude shit…. nah take that fuckery away from here plz.
Sherlock isn’t the kind of man who can honestly love any woman, as he’s already something of a polygamist – married to his intelligence, his ego, and his love of unraveling conspiracies. No, he can’t enjoy romantic love, because he’s addicted to his obsession with “the game.”
This episode represents the culmination of this season’s main theme: the wonders and perils of love. It began with Sherlock’s return from a false death, forcing John to revisit his agony over his best friend’s demise and reconcile with Sherlock, in spite of all he’s put John through. Sherlock, meanwhile, witnessed the romantic love John Watson found with his Mary, an extraordinary woman who impressed Sherlock with her strength, natural abilities, and her clear adoration of his best friend.
But it ended with an examination of Sherlock’s idea that love is a weakness to be exploited, an intoxicant that blinds, moving people to commit unspeakable acts. Sherlock refers to it as human error. And the gateway to this astounding tale happens to be one incredibly unctuous blackmailer, a media magnate with a penchant for exploiting sensitive information for personal gain.