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deadspy:

they never showed sherlock getting off the plane so theoretically s4 could begin with him stepping back onto the tarmac, walking straight over to john, gripping his face between his hands and kissing him as if the world were about to end

Here is my Reichenbach Fall theory:

mori-art-tea:

moodyrhubarb:

Sherlock did jump truly.

No fakes.

No dummies.

…and do want to know how he survived?

…and it is as simple as that.

you are a genius

brilliant

EXTREME SHERLOCK THEORIES

shaddicted:

laurizplease:

SEEMS LEGIT.

ohbrendy:

jumpersteaandjammiedodgers:

Reichenbach Theory #2 - It was actually Locksher

fandom, what even are you

(Source: jamandfezzes)

blacksherlockianrider:

the-oncoming-ginger:

s-h-e-r-l-o-c-k-i-a-n:

theconsultingarmydoctor:

typewriterinthetardis:

JOHN IS WITH US. JOHN SIMM FIGHT WITH US. 


MASTER ATTACKS! 

THE MASTER COMMANDS IT. IT MUST BE SO.

quickly mark, before he kills you

JOHN SIMM IS A SHERLOCKIAN

JOHN SIMM IS A SHERLOCKIAN

HOLY MARY, JOHN SIMM IS A SHERLOCKIAN.


Can you imagine the Master, sitting in front of the tv and anticipating the new Sherlock episode and since he’s a timelord he just skips the hiatus. 

Ok now someone needs to put together a list with EVERYTHING we’ve talked about and then we need to have a long discussion of which one it is!!

(Source: the-sniper-sebastian-moran)

spatio-temporalhyperlink:

needlesslydefiantwithtea:

dudeufugly:

looooove the “hand-on-the-neck-so-that-John-couldn’t-go-there-to-feel-for-the-pulse” bit! hadn’t occurred to me yet!

*applauds*

w o w

(Source: finalproblem)

OH MY *FUCKING* GOD:

sherlocksscarf:

sketchlock:

radiolocked:

gyzym:

ADDENDUM TO THE CAMERA THEORY:

WHAT SHERLOCK DOES THAT IS OUT OF CHARACTER

IS ASK MORIARTY TO EXPLAIN HIMSELF 

ON THE ROOF! ON THE ROOF! WHEN THE FUCK ELSE HAVE WE EVER SEEN SHERLOCK HOLMES ASK “HOW,” HE’D WANT TO FIGURE IT OUT FOR HIMSELF 

UNLESS

HE WAS ACTING

BECAUSE HE HAS A FUCKING CAMERA TRAINED ON MORIARTY

JESUS IT’S THE WORLD’S MOST BASIC CONFESSION PLOY

HE EVEN SAYS “I’LL DIE IN DISGRACE,” WE KNOW HE DOESN’T GIVE A FUCK ABOUT THAT, THAT’S THE FIRST THING THE EPISODE ESTABLISHES

HE JUST WANTS MORIARTY TO ADMIT THAT WAS HIS PLAN ALL ALONG SO HE CAN CLEAR HIS NAME WITH THE POLICE, OH MY FUCKING GOD MOFFAT YOU ASSHOLE

Shiiiitttttt

HOLY FUCK

finalproblem:

“I’ve been online and looked at all the theories,” Moffat told us, “and there’s one clue that everyone’s missed. It’s something that Sherlock did that was very out of character, but which nobody has picked up on.”

Hang on, Sherlockians, I think I might just have this one.

After Jim shoots himself, there’s a moment or two when Sherlock appears to be freaking out. His breath gets really loud in the sound mix at that point. The first time watching the episode, it comes across as Sherlock having a panic attack.

Except… panic isn’t very in-character for Sherlock, is it?

Check out this how-to article on holding your breath for a really long time:

1. Hyperventilate.

The buildup of CO2 in your lungs can get just as painful as the lack of oxygen. Purge as much as you can before you begin. Repeatedly exhale and inhale. Hard.

If you’re going to play dead, even for a few minutes, the obvious things to take care of hiding are your pulse and the fact that you’re still breathing. Sherlock could’ve used the rubber ball trick to hide his pulse, and made himself hyperventilate as the first step of preparing to hold his breath for long enough to convince John he was gone.

#ARE YOU READING THIS, MOFFAT?

Plus those pictures strengthen the theory about the poisonous flower from this post.The symptoms of Grayanotoxin other than slowed heartbeat are watery eyes and runny nose.” Well what is he doing here? He’s drying his runny nose. It all fits.

#ARE YOU READING THIS, MOFFAT?

bakerstreetbabes:

weesleyisourking:

Has anyone else picked up on the “John, rhododendron ponticum. It matches.” moment? The flower is completely irrelevant to the Hansel and Gretel case, yet he makes a point to show this flower to John.

Because I think that’s Sherlock’s sign to John about post-Reichenbach.

Rhododendron ponticum, according to Wikipedia, has a “range [that] includes Spain, northern Portugal, Great Britain, Ireland and southeast Bulgaria, which is the last surviving European Tertiary habitat.”

More importantly, “Honey produced with pollen from the flowers of this plant can be quite poisonous, causing severe hypotension and bradycardia in humans if consumed in sufficient quantities, due to toxic diterpenes (Grayanotoxins)”

Hypotension is severely low blood pressure, combined with bradycaria, which is a condition/state in which the heartrate is below the usual 60bpm, both of which can aide in mimicking death (in other words, paralysis).

The only issue is: how did he get the drug? How long does it take for it to go into effect? Or does the rhododendron point to something other than poison (a code or location)? Either way, I think is a clue of some sort. (Also, I believe this flower was used in the other Sherlock Holmes movie, but hey, nothing is as it seems on this show. I bring this up as a start, not an end)

Heehee. We totally talk about this in our review. #feelingsmart #oritsjustanotherredherring #damnyouMofftiss