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I'm just gonna leave this right here


Because holy wow.

(Spoilers, obvs, if you have not yet seen the first ep of season 3).

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  1. This is probably the best season so far. Sooooooo worth the 2 year wait. Exceeded all expectations. Too good. Too good.

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    1. Agreed. I was just so very happy to be back with Sherlock and John.

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  2. It's so good. Episode 2 is great too. Enjoy!

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    1. I loved Episode 2! The whole toast was . . . epic.

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  3. Yea. Stinks to be her, right? :)

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  4. LOVED Sherlock!!! Season 3 is an amazing one. Every single episode.

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    1. Really looking forward to the 3rd one. Though then . . . the void. *sob*

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  5. Thank you so much for this! I can't figure out why more people aren't talking about this particular scene! :) And when I was watching it was so taken back by what was actually happening that I missed all that swagger... the coat flip, the hair ruffle! Oh my! And now I'm totally convinced that Sherlock truly DOES like Molly. He does, he does!

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    1. Right?! It's all I can think about. Lol.

      The swagger . . . I die.

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    2. I just about died, I turned so green--and oh my good lord, that coat flip...

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    3. The coat flip . . . sweet mercy.

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  6. I'm officially now a Sherlock lover (and his coat) ;) Watched the first episode of Season 3 and fell hard.

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    1. His coat is its own character and deserving of all the love. ;)

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  7. Loved this scene! Although I think I liked Moriarty and Sherlock even better. This was a great episode as were episodes 2 and 3. It's hard to decide which I like best. I think episode 2 probably but episode 3 also has some incredible scenes.

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    1. Oh, man. The Moriarty/Sherlock one was brilliant. I'm kind of saving Episode 3. Hate when it's over.

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  8. While I did not love the S3 first episode as much as I had expected, I was amazed by some scenes, this being one :)

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    1. Yeah, this one is hard to be indifferent to. ;)

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  9. Hands down, my favorite part of that episode.

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    1. Um, yes. I mean, the Sherlock/Moriarty kiss was second. But not exactly a close second . . . ;)

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  10. Thanks, Angie, for posting this. Definitely my fav scene from the first episode. Am also convinced that Sherlock does love Molly, and love the way Suey summarized the allure of this scene: swagger, indeed. Quite the heart throb! (I could just replay this over and over...)

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  11. Anonymous7:15 AM

    Yaa..still haven't watched this but...*gulp* I..I must. Immediately. *stares at screen*

    Thanks for this...HAPPY FRIDAY TO ME!

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  12. Anonymous6:14 PM

    Okay. So it's totally normal to have watched this, pressed the rewind button and re-watched it again for, I don't know, about a hundred times already right? I mean it's not just me right? (please tell me it's not just me..) ^___^

    Loved everything about this scene... from the way he released that buckle and then fixes his coat, and oh my gosh, the hair shake... and THAT KISS. *Dies a happy fangirl*

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    1. Totally and completely utterly normal. Not just you.

      Every detail is . . . I mean, come on. It's exquisite!

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