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Posted 11 July 2013 - 05:10 PM ( #1 )

Whoever is a fan of Sherlock films should definitly watch this. It's called Sherlock and is a drama ongoing produced in England :3 

 

Best Sherlock drama/ movie i've seen so far. Benedict Cumberbatch is such a great actor. Same goes to Martin Freeman :D

Anyone have conspiracies/ theories about what happened in the second season finale? 



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Posted 17 July 2013 - 01:53 PM ( #2 )

While not an idea for the Fall, I'm a huge fan of the idea that Richard Brook really was real, and that Kitty Reilly was Moriarty all along. I saw someone give lots of evidence for the theory, and I just fell in love with it.

 

As for the Fall, I really don't like the ideas that it was a dummy or another body that fell. The viewers saw that it was really Sherlock, and both John and the sniper were watching carefully. I agree with the main idea that it has something to do with the small building between John and St. Bart's, and that Molly helped.


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Posted 18 July 2013 - 04:42 PM ( #3 )

I never thought of it that way where moriarty was just merely richard brook. :o Thats really interesting as well, I should look that up :3

And as for the fall, I think I found the most reasonable theory.. This is going to be a long theory...

 

First off, John Watson is forced to stay in a certain position by Sherlock himself. The cyclist (probably part of the "homeless network") bumps into him purposly and causes him to fall, making him unable to see the true evidence of his final death. Also, it seems that Watson does not see Sherlock landing onto the floor, causing his so called "Death" because of the edge of the wall, blocking his view from the street floor.

While Watson is unable to exactly see Sherlock falling onto the pavement,Sherlock falls into the rubbish bin and finds a source of false blood or uses blood bags provided by Molly. Now he uses an old magic trick using the rubber ball to stop his pulse on the wrist, which Watson checks. 

Molly comes in when Sherlock's body is replaced and there are false papers confirming that he is dead. A false body is placed into the grave.

It's practically impossible to send a dummy or even a clone off of that building because it is evident that the body is definitely his. There are only a few possiblities in which could have happened. However, what I don't understand is why Sherlock is crying when he is saying his last words to Watson, clearly being aware that he won't die from this jump. Maybe it's to convince Watson to believe his lie about false identity, but I don't think he could see tears from that distance...
And why would he want to convince John that he is false in the first place? Anyways, this is my theory upon his epic escape from death! :D

 

 

This took me 10 mins to type. = =


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Posted 19 July 2013 - 03:05 AM ( #4 )

However, what I don't understand is why Sherlock is crying when he is saying his last words to Watson, clearly being aware that he won't die from this jump. Maybe it's to convince Watson to believe his lie about false identity, but I don't think he could see tears from that distance...
And why would he want to convince John that he is false in the first place? Anyways, this is my theory upon his epic escape from death! :D

 

I think that Sherlock tried to convice John that he was a fake to make his "death" easier. Sherlock thought that learning his best friend was a fraud would make the blow a lot softer. It's why he asked John to tell everyone else, too. He thought that, if they didn't believe he was worth mourning, they wouldn't care. He was wrong, of course, but it was a last attempt at making things easier. 

Of course, it could also be because he needed John to believe there was a reason for him to commit suicide. If he didn't, John would start trying to investigate, which would put him in danger. There are still allies of Moriarty's out there, and Sherlock wanted to protect John from them.

 

Sherlock might have been crying because he knew what he was about to put John through. Pre-series Sherlock wouldn't have felt emotion like this, of course, but series 2 had major development for him. It started with being vulnerable because of what he felt for Irene, and included finally admitting that John was his only friend. Also, not only is he hurting John, he's hurting himself. He makes that phone call knowing that he'll have no further contact with his friend for a long time, maybe even years, because he can't come back until Moriarty's web is destroyed. He's mourning his loss of John in that call as much as John is mourning Sherlock.