• JimMoriarty

    Im glad they didnt make them short episodes :)

    • Because you appear more Jimmy boy =P

      • JimMoriarty

        Oh yeah, I need more screen space, otherwise you wouldn’t be able to seeeeeeeeeeee meeee in a crown

  • JimMoriarty

    You know, I’ve just had a thought, what if Moffat planted that Molly scene, and what if the conversation was something along the lines off:
    “What do you need?”
    “You”
    “What do you need me for?”
    “I want to spend my last moments with you, before I die”
    “Is there nothing I can do to help?”
    “No, I’m sorry…”
    Maybe Moffat put that scene in to lead us off the trail? Unlikely, but never mind :)

    •  That would be cool…. YOU CLEVER PERSON! Lol, I don’t think Sherlock would’ve spent his last mometns with Molly, sadly. Sorry to all those Sherlolly shippers lI just broke the heart of. i think it is something to do with the fall.

      • JimMoriarty

        Read my official theory below, its so clever (Not being modest :3)

      • JimMoriarty

        1: The Lab and Molly:
        Sherlock asks Molly for help because he needs a certain chemical to make it look like he is dead, lowering his temperature, pulse, and actually knocking out his body temporally. I believe this ‘drug’ was administrated via the bouncy ball he was playing with a lot in the lab, if he rolled it a LOT, it could make its way into his hand (Into the skin on his hand). I have done some research and theres a drug that fits every criteria. Its called ‘Tetrodotoxin”, it lowers your temperature, pulse, and puts you into an artificial coma. The words the person used on the website I found it on are :”Unless its screened for, it can be mistaken for death”, ring a bell? Also, if taken in large quantity’s, it can suffocate you, therefore he couldn’t administer it directly, he most likely worked it into his hands in the lab, then injected the rest when he was falling. The only thing I dont know is whether the drug is illegal, I’m pretty positive it isn’t, but I dont know for certain.

        2: On The Roof with Moriarty
        As we know, Sherlock was one step ahead of Moriarty in the plan, so who’s to say that Sherlock didnt know that Moriarty would have no choice to shoot himself, Sherlock probably needed Moriarty dead so his plan would succeed. Now, the business with the phone, I think that Sherlock could have left an actual note on the phone that explains to John that he’s not dead, and that he’s not actually a fake, perhaps he was hinting towards it when he said “This phone call is my note”. Maybe Sherlock also laced his phone with explosives, like Irene, and he put a password on it, so then, even if was stored away in some file or whatever, John would be able to get into it. Maybe Sherlock will make the code “1085”, the hit counter on Johns blog…..

        3: The Actual Fall
        Ok, so, from what we can see, Sherlock falls, but the way he falls, and the way he lands, he somehow manages to turn 90 degree’s in the second we dont see him fall, which leads us to another possible conclusion. He likely fell into the rubbish truck (Filled with pillows of something like that :P) that was parked next to the spot Sherlock was meant to land, and rolled out of the side. If you rewatch the scene, look at how he falls, and look at how he lands on the floor, by looking at this, you can clearly how he turned as he rolled out of the truck (There was probably a sliding hatch on the side that opened, so he could roll out).

        4: The Crime Scene
        Ok, so, as we see, Sherlock has blood all by his head, so what is likely to have happened is that the truck also served another purpose, and was there to make sure no one saw Sherlock place the blood by his head (Probably real blood from a recently dead body, another reason Sherlock needed Molly’s help?), and when the truck moved away, it was clear to everyone that he had in fact jumped. Before you ask about the people on the sides of the truck, the blood was likely placed there while he was inside the truck, therefore invisible to the people at the side and in front.

        5: What Happened in The Adventure of the Empty House (The story that episode 1, series 3 will be based on) that might Influence the next Series?Ok, so, for starters, the only people that knew Sherlock was alive were Moriartys henchmen, and surprisingly, Mycroft. Mycroft knew because Sherlock had asked him for money, to help him travel, so could Mycroft be behind the funding of this scheme?Also, a villain known as Sebastian Moran (You may have heard of him :3) is the main villain in The Adventure of the Empty House, so who knows….. However, this story was set 2-3 YEARS after the incident, so John could be a completely different person, he is likely to be married, and living somewhere OTHER than 221B Baker Street. 
        *Bows, thank you, thank you very very much :)

        •  Well done. I applaud you. I was thinking exactly along the same lines, actually! :)

          • JimMoriarty

            Cool :) By the way, Sebastian Moran is like John Watson, he’s like a sidekick to Moriarty. Sebastian is a trained sniper, so who knows, we could have actually seen him in episode 3 series 2, maybe he was the sniper that was going to kill John

          •  Haha, “I know”

            Which episode of which show am I referencing?

          • JimMoriarty

            @JerryTomato:disqus  Im pretty sure that every show has used the phrase “I know”……. Please tell?