Sherlock series 5: the clues and Easter eggs that could reveal what happens in the next season

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Please refresh the page and retry. A nother series of Sherlock has come to a close , and it could be several years before the next one – if there is indeed a next series. But we still have plenty of burning questions to tide us over till then — and the fourth series has offered some tantalising hints about what may be in store. After some serious thinking in our best deerstalkers, here are five things we predict will feature in the next instalment:. In fact, she seemed to be hitting on Mycroft. Offering him a card with her private number, she asked coquettishly: “Maybe you’d like a drink some time?

Sherlock/Molly

And loads of Benedict Cumberbatch. Please note that this is a Mary Watson and Sophie Hunter hate-free-zone, which means zero tolerance for wank against them. Catching Elephant is a theme by Andy Taylor. Molly unlocked her flat door and walked in with Greg following her. I knew I was right to ask you to come tonight.

Could Sherlock’s feelings for Molly run deeper than he previously thought? And what kind of havoc will all this wreak on her relationship with.

Not that John meant it in that way, anyhow, but an ounce of prevention…. For someone who is supposed to be oblivious to Molly, Sherlock is awfully damned observant. That is not the face of a man who is just going with the easy explanation. Even as Sherlock starts to turn back to his notes, his eyes are warily fixed on Molly and his expression and body language seems quite suspicious and nervous, rather like a man who has just discovered a large cobra that looks ready to strike.

This would be the perfect time to lay things on the line, as he later does with John, but instead he feigns complete ignorance. As Mrs. A compliment this soon after her invite could provoke another invite.

Stars in Her Eyes

This continues where Going to Hospital left off. However it can be read alone. All you need to know is there is a semi-established Sherlolly relationship. As always thanks for reading! Three weeks ago Molly Hooper and Sherlock Holmes spent the majority of an afternoon together in a hospital room. That afternoon resulted in a revelation for both the kind hearted pathologist and the guarded detective.

Not that John meant it in that way, anyhow, but an ounce of prevention image. So if Sherlock can recognize those social cues, how does he miss Molly’s date.

Many Sherlock fans have been left somewhat disappointed by the latest season, particularly the last episode which drew a record-low number of viewers for the BBC drama. One sequence from the finale has caused quite a stir online. She forgives him, of course, and our newly grown-up Sherlock is more careful with her feelings in the future. She probably had a drink and went and shagged someone, I dunno.

Molly was fine. However, after receiving complaints from viewers via Twitter, Brealey has addressed the commission, initially writing: Loving someone after years is not reductive, retrograde, antifeminist or weak. Hours later, she followed up the first Tweet by clarifying: I won’t be discussing this again on here, so you can save your personal attacks, but… For the record, I disagree with Steven about the impact of the scene on Molly and that’s fine.

He’s allowed to feel something. So am I. So are you.

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She attempts other relationships whether successful or unsuccessful. After the Christmas debacle, she never tries to get his attention purposely and that shows her strength of character. She has accepted the fact that he is never going to see her as anything other than Molly from the morgue, coz he never is going to right? When Molly walks alone into the lab Sherlock looks cheerful but the second Jim walks in and talks to Molly, Sherlock looks distracted.

artbylexie: lostwithoutmyconsultingdetective requested Sherlock and Molly on a spring Read Chapter Eleven: Date Night from the story How Do I Love Thee?

You can find the same for the previous episodes here and here. Ad — content continues below. The very first shot of The Final Problem is a blue eye opening, just like the very first shot of The Abominable Bride. Is it significant in any way? The plane of unconscious passengers is an image used in series two opener A Scandal In Belgravia , in which the British Government stuffed an unmanned plane due to be attacked by terrorists with corpses so they could continue their surveillance of the cell undetected and avoid casualties.

Excellent work there by the production design team and artists. If I were Mark Gatiss, that little beauty would have been in the boot of my car the minute that scene was in the can. Get the best of Den of Geek delivered right to your inbox! Lucky guess or bubbling up childhood trauma? He may even sleep with it. The umbrella comes from a wonderful old shop in New Oxford St. In the original story, a verse riddle is handed down from generation to generation and not solved until Sherlock Holmes follows its instructions to discover concealed treasure dating back to the time of the English Civil War.

It could be a deliberately macabre reference to dangerous young girls, or… I need a new contact lens prescription. Probably the latter.

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By sittything , November 5, in Characters. It seemed out of character, forced. Fortunately, Louise Brealey I bet I misspelled her name again is a great actress and managed to pull it off imo.

Sherlock’s reaction to Molly dressing up is very interesting. He sees Molly dating Jim and so he assumes she is no longer interested in him.

We need more Sherlock in our lives because we want to continue watching the mis adventures of Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson. As the seasons progress, Molly seems to come to grips with the fact that she and Sherlock will never have that happy ending, and it sure does appear that while she might still have lingering feelings for him, she has moved on. They have to kill people in order to save others. One of these mind games is that Eurus has provided a coffin, and Sherlock has to figure out who goes inside the coffin, should Eurus kill them.

Unbeknownst to Molly, she is the victim. During this phone conversation, Molly is visibly shaken because the man she has loved for the last decade is finally professing his feelings for her. Now Molly thinks Sherlock loves her, and honestly, that is just cruel.

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Post a Comment. Thursday, December 29, Molly Hooper, keeper of secrets. This morning, I started fearing for Molly Hooper. I’ve been fearing for a lot of the folk in BBC Sherlock in the last month, as dark rumors circulate about the coming fourth season.

Why Molly’s ‘Sherlock’ Ending Was So Problematic has her own career, dating life, and stressful days unrelated to said main, male character.

Not that John meant it in that way, anyhow, but an ounce of prevention…. For someone who is supposed to be oblivious to Molly, Sherlock is awfully damned observant. That is not the face of a man who is just going with the easy explanation. Even as Sherlock starts to turn back to his notes, his eyes are warily fixed on Molly and his expression and body language seems quite suspicious and nervous, rather like a man who has just discovered a large cobra that looks ready to strike.

This would be the perfect time to lay things on the line, as he later does with John, but instead he feigns complete ignorance. As Mrs. A compliment this soon after her invite could provoke another invite. So he needles her instead, trying to provoke her into continuing to wear lipstick around him. There could even be a conscious recognition of this desire on his part that he is internally at war with himself over, because there is a pattern of behavior here that continues even as their relationship escalates.

Sherlock giving his first ever apology in the series to Molly was a beautiful and important moment. Sherlock goes beyond that though by giving Molly a Christmas present in return. Leaving Molly and the rest of the world to wonder what to make of his actions.

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In hopes of avoiding unnecessary conflict; these are only opinions and I do not begin to believe mine to be the only one out there, the best, or the declarative answer on all things Sherlock. I am but a bystander looking at this series from my own rose-colored glasses. To be honest, I was perfectly content with that the first time, as the most obviously engaging relationship of the Pilot is that between John Watson and his new-found flat-mate, Sherlock Holmes.

In short, Louise Brealey’s character Molly Hooper was forced to admit her love for Sherlock over the phone after being manipulated by the.

Recommend this entry Has been recommended Send news. Log in No account? Create an account. Remember me. Facebook VKontakte Google. Ruth Sadelle Alderson rsadelle wrote, – 12 – 29 Ruth Sadelle Alderson rsadelle – 12 – 29 Previous Share Flag Next. Summary: Molly knows the sex was never really about her. She makes the choice to keep the baby anyway.

She’s not, to her surprise, alone in raising her son. They have sex. Sherlock comes to London, they have sex, and he leaves again. Molly may have romantic dreams about him, but she’s not a complete fool.

Sherlolly all the way! — Because Sherlock has probably always loved Molly.

No, just kidding. Actually, it is the other way around and today might just be a special day because there are more than one reason to know more about Louise Brealey. Well, she dated a gay man without knowing in the famous TV show Sherlock Holmes who later turned out to be the most intelligent criminal mind of all time — Moriarty.

Sherlock/Molly is the relationship between Sherlock Holmes and Molly Hooper from the BBC TV series Sherlock. The most prevalent portmanteau of this couple​.

The most prevalent portmanteau of this couple is Sherlolly, but Mollock and Sherolly are also used. Molly’s crush on Sherlock was established in the unaired pilot, a scene which remained relatively unchanged in the finished “A Study in Pink”. Molly asks Sherlock out for coffee and Sherlock misreads her intentions, believing she is offering to fetch him a cup. In “The Blind Banker”, Sherlock uses flattery in order to gain access to bodies within Molly’s morgue.

Of note, Sherlock tells Molly her hair looks better parted to the side. After that, whenever Molly is seen with her hair in a ponytail, it is parted to the side. Sherlock dismisses the relationship, telling Molly he is gay. When John pointed out the callousness of Sherlock’s action, Sherlock says he thought he was being kinder telling her the truth.

Molly’s crush on Sherlock is revisited in “A Scandal in Belgravia”, when Molly comes to a Christmas party at Baker Street in a tight black dress and made up for Sherlock’s benefit.

Sherlock & Molly


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