More fucky things...
Where was Ben’s 20 page monologue they were so excited for during comicon?
Where was the scene Martin was uncomfortable to film, and had to do it alone? (it wasn’t Mary’s death scene cause other actors were present)
Why was John typing into a jpg file about a baby that wasn’t born yet?
Why did Lady Smallwood’s name change from Elizabeth to Alicia?
Why in the hell did Mycroft let his sister who he KNOWS is a manipulative genius psychopath talk to another manipulative genius psychopath?
Why all the water imagery that was never followed up on?
Why the glowing, sometimes black, skull painting?
Why constantly build Mary up as a villain, then have a half-arsed redemption arch?
Why WHY do that Molly Hooper?
Why think a secret sibling would be ‘history making’ when it’s an over used, soap opera level trope?
Why would Amanda say an actor playing more than one character would be ‘ground breaking’ when orphan black, vampire dairies, Tyler Perry’s movies and soooo many others do the same thing?
Something has to be up, this makes NO sense.
Edit: ALSO why this: “ Doesn’t matter who you really are” and “I know who you are” and “its about the legend and stories” When they’ve said OVER AND OVER it’s not a detective show, it’s a show about a detective???
@abouthetwofthem added some great points, so I’ll add them here so we can see!
Also, WHY don’t we know anything about John’s letter, or Sherlock’s recurring dream yet?
WHY did they introduce Hopkins, if she only had a secondary role in the first episode?
WHY did they make a reference to Irene Adler in TLD?
WHY did they credit Henry Knight’s actor and Irene’s actress if the first didn’t appear at all and the second was just mentioned?
WHY did they spread fake rumors about Colin Morgan being in the show and fake pictures of “young Mycroft” ’s actor (don’t know if you remember this, he was thin and had big ears)?
WHY did they use Eurus’ metaphor of the “little girl on the plane” in such a twisted way? How could she be the little girl and herself at the same time?
And WHY “it’s all about the wallpaper”?