Sherlock and John

I had never felt as bad as I did for John as I did in this moment. Because he had re-built his life, and Mary was the foundation of that.

In addition to the fact that John wasn't wearing a wedding ring when he was saying goodbye to Sherlock....

I know "lady with a baby" and all that. But I want Mary to get hers for KILLING SHERLOCK. (Still think Amanda Abbington is tops!) --- dude really

I would die on the spot..

I'd like to give a shout out to the actress playing Kitty Riley. If Benedict Cumberbatch was 3 inches from my face, saying I repelled him, I'm pretty sure I'd just start crying.<--the actress is Cathryn Tate, she also played Donna Noble on Doctor who.

People who are highly intelligent but do not understand social and people interactions need a good friend to help them understand when they are stepping over the line.

John Watson - social behavior radar I love these little humanizing bits. An I love even more that Sherlock listens to him and asks about it.

I loved this part (you know, besides the whole reason why this convo is taking place #spoilers ) Sherlock is being Watson's best friend, he's being honest, he's comforting John (kind of), and John is looking to his best friend for answers......<--- this! :)

SPOILERS: I loved this part (you know, besides the whole reason why this convo is taking place ) Sherlock is being Watson's best friend, he's being honest, he's comforting John (kind of), and John is looking to his best friend for answers.

OMG. In the first episode, John was at the top of the stairwell. Now not only is Sherlock's mind palace the same place where they had their first case, but when he's dying, he's struggling his way back up to John. FEELS.

In the first episode, John was at the top of the stairwell. Now not only is Sherlock's mind palace the same place where they had their first case, but when he's dying, he's struggling his way back up to John. Not the same stair case

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SPOILERS Call and response." // Also, I love how Sherlock's entire speech (the prepared part, at least) read like something straight out of canon, elegant language and blunt logic mingled with deep-running sentiment and all.

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