Allyn Gibson wrote:
(Hell, Moffat says no one will figure out how Sherlock survived, but I have no doubt that there are tens of thousands of people who have workable theories that match what Moffat did.
In this one instance I'm willing to bet that no one guessed it would involve Derren Sodding Brown hypnotising Bilbo.
I don't remember him in "Reichenbach Fall." Don't tell me Moffat's pulled something out of his ass.
With Doyle that was okay, because Doyle never, ever expected to write another Sherlock Holmes story. But if Moffat's going to show us that the solution involves characters and situations we didn't see, then he hasn't played fair with his audience.
Wow, that will so
not go over well with Sherlock