crime, drama, mystery
director: Colm McCarthy
writers: Steve Thompson, Steven Moffat, Mark Gatiss, Arthur Conan Doyle
starring: Benedict Cumberbatch, Martin Freeman, Una Stubbs, Rupert Graves, Amanda Abbington, Alistair Petrie
Watson is marrying Mary and Sherlock is the best man. During his speech, Sherlock realizes a murder is about to take place.
I loved seeing Sherlock confused and worried about everything going on personally with the three of them. But since I ship Sherlock and Watson, it seems more painful than it probably should. In the show its just his friend (best/only friend?) But it my head it’s the love of his life getting married and he has to talk about how great he is while giving him to someone else that’s also really great and from almost every perspective, better suited. It was entertaining though and included a couple of his recent cases he hadn’t yet solved. Plus, a cute kid that likes Sherlock and Sherlock doing that thing he really has to learn to be careful of but if he did, he just wouldn’t be Sherlock.
Anyway, this was probably my second favourite episode of the series.