Saya tak bisa berkomentar apapun mengenai kasus ancaman teroris di London dan jaringan bawah tanahnya selain…. He turns to face his brother. His entire body jolts and he stares with an expression of utter disbelief. Dan yang paling antiklimaks, bom satu gerbong terjinakkan hanya denganÂ -errmmm- satu tombol off?? Sherlock sees that there is an eyeliner pencil on the top. Greg stares at him for a long moment, his lips slowly lifting to reveal his teeth. His homeless network shuts down the entire street while an unsuspecting John is in a cab headed for the hospital. The man lifts his napkin from his lap and starts mopping himself with it.
In the taxi John indignantly turns to Mary. John looks awkwardly at her. The imitation explanations were a jaunty approach to get us to discharge the breath we had been holding since January 2012 using a guffawing splutter. Sherlock walks to his side. She refolds her arms and looks down. He shakes his head, dragging in another long breath and blowing it out again before starting to straighten up. John and Mary, also in their coats, sit side by side opposite him with their arms folded.
You jumped off a roof. He immediately puts his hand over hers. But, with London under threat of a huge terrorist attack, Sherlock Holmes is about to rise from the grave with all the theatricality that comes so naturally to him. Many, many words appear in his mind, some of them repeated several times. When a series joins in with all the transport and yells opens its doors into fandom, it risks getting a pantomime of its biggest hits, its narrative playing second fiddle to the preening moments when it strikes its own veneers and winks to camera. She stops, shaking her head sadly. I will therefore sometimes not name characters until it is obvious who they are.
The three of them have presumably been thrown out of the café and have relocated to a kebab shop. Paramedics arrive with a stretcher and load the body onto it while John watches in anguish. Played when Anderson theorizes about how Sherlock survives at the beginning of the episode to Lestrade. In the final scene, a bespectacled face with blue eyes is observed watching footage of Sherlock and Mary rescuing John from the fire. Here, I made you this glitter crown. John reaches up to touch his moustache.
New horizons, romance and a comforting domestic future beckon. Sherlock approaches the door to the restaurant, handing his Belstaff to a member of staff. While this happened, John was lying on the ground, his vision obscured, having just been hit by a cyclist, who was in on the plan. Sherlock faces his biggest challenge of all - delivering a Best Man's speech on John's wedding day! A waitress picks up some menus from the bar and walks across in front of him. . Mrs Hudson comes in and switches on the lights.
Written by Goofs Sherlock's tombstone appears to have changed locations between this and the series two finale. Sherlock smiles smugly to himself. Amendments and additions will be made continually as I spot new clever stuff in the background or realise the subtlety of the way that a particular line of dialogue was delivered, or learn something new from commentaries, interviews etc. New horizons, romance and a comforting domestic future beckon; but, with London under threat of a huge terrorist attack, Sherlock Holmes is about to rise from the grave with all the theatricality that comes so naturally to him. He continues on towards where several camera crews are filming reporters. And hats off to the creators for such an excellent episode. Comic anger turned out to be precisely the best way to perform with the scene.
Two young boys come around the corner, one of them pushing a pushchair in front of him. Sherlock looks down, biting his lip. Behind the closed door, the prisoner cries out as he is struck for what is apparently the umpteenth time. After a few moments Sherlock works it out and begins to lean towards him, and Jim moves to meet him. Obviously there was not a bungee rope. But, with London under threat of a huge terrorist attack, Sherlock Holmes is about to rise from the grave with all the theatricality that comes so naturally to him. He addresses John in a French accent.
Mungkin inilah cara mereka membayar penantian fans yang tidak sebentar. Also, the whole thing would have been far more emotional while I continuously transcribed my own feelings onto the characters! Sherlock finally seems to catch on and looks a little guilty. Sherlock lowers his head and looks at her. That is all I would have needed. On the phones, Twitter is full of hashtags like! Mary is asleep, but John stares up at the ceiling, lost in thought. . She has even already popped the collar for him.
Obviously Sherlock did not crash through a window such as Errol Flynn and snog Molly's face away. Anderson casts doubt on the veracity of this version of events. She firmly slams down a small tray containing a cup and saucer and a jug of milk, then goes across the room to pick up a plate of biscuits, which she equally loudly slams down onto the table. Nearby, a man wearing a fur-lined hooded jacket is approaching John. Amanda Abbington slotted neatly into the machines of this series since John's fiancée Mary Morstan as though it was ever so. John hurries over to the crowd and tries to push his way through them, while they do all they can to hold him back. .
Greg freezes, the flame not quite reaching the end of his cigarette as he stares into the distance while his brain catches up with what — and who — he just heard. A motorbike jumped up measures, Parliament exploded. The opening scene shows a version of how Sherlock might have faked his death: by jumping from the roof with a bungee cable, bouncing back and entering the building through a window, where Molly awaited him. The barber resumes his work. John sees only a glimpse of the body before he is intentionally knocked down by a cyclist; the interruption allows Sherlock to take the place of the body double, cover himself in blood, and place a squash ball under his armpit to momentarily stop his pulse. .