sums with sherlock

It’s funny how we keep coming up with new dates for a secret fourth episode, like first it was supposed to be January 22nd, then 29th, then march 8th and now apparently April 17th

This kinda reminds me of those doomsday conspiracists that are like ‘the world is DEFINITELY getting hit by a giant asteroid on June 6 2006 look at all these ancient codes and cyphers they are practically scREaMing it at our faces’ and then when nothing happens it’s like ’…..nevermind,, buT EXACTLY 5 YEARS FROM NOW MY FRIENDS BELIEVE US LOOK AT ALL THE EVIDENCE I SWEAR TO YOU WE’RE RIGHT THIS TIME’

I think you can sum up Sherlock’s seasons 1-3 character development in these four quotes:

“I will burn the heart out of you”
“I’ve been reliably informed I don’t have one”
“but we both know that’s not quite true”

“But this? This is your heart, and you should never let it rule your head”

“Everyone you love will die if you don’t.”

“Pain. Heartbreak. Loss. Death. You always feel it Sherlock. But you. Don’t. Have. To. Fear. It.”

Oh, look at these two. How they wish to destroy one another. How they wish to control one another. How they both wish to be free. Can you see? Can you see how much they need one another? No, perhaps not. Sometimes these things cannot be seen.
—  The Stanley Parable
The Abminable Bride sum up

Sherlock going to his mind palace to find a over hundert yeard old case which explains how could Jim possibly survive blowing his head off.

Molly in drag. With moustache.

“I am glad you liked my potato.”

Enormous Mycroft

Sherlock and John talking about women.

Jim having sassy talk with Sherlock.

Mary badass as usual.

OMG! Jim in wedding dress!

Wait what? Back to the future? Nope, here is some more Victorian dreaming.

Sherlock and Jim fighting man to man. Completely wet.

Caring Mycroft.

And all of it just to tell us Moriarty is definitely dead. But he is back. But he is dead though.

Basicaly one enormous trip with lot of hilarious “What the heck?!” moments. Loking forward to watch it again.

The first series was all about the beginning of their friendship. Second about the formative stages, the love and fear and loss and all that. The third was good days, me and my pal and my pal’s wife. Those are golden days. Season 4 is going to be… I suppose you’d say… consequences. It’s consequences. Chickens come to roost. It’s dark in some ways… there’s a sense of things coming back to bite you. It’s not a safe, sensible way to live. It’s hilarious and exhilarating some days, but some days it’s going to be bloody frightening.
—  Steven Moffat sums up BBC Sherlock (x)