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thefreeemoticons.info: Sherlock Holmes and John Watson: The Night They Met (Audible Audio Edition): Atlin Merrick, Aranel Parmadil, Improbable Press Limited: Books. "His Last Vow" is the third and final episode of the third series of the BBC Television series Sherlock takes a hesitant John to meet Magnussen at his estate, Appledore, which he believes Mycroft convinces the government to spare Sherlock a trial and, as an alternative punishment, press him into a highly dangerous. Johnlock lives in the UK Metro's "Rush Hour Crush". thefreeemoticons.info St. Bart's hospital is where Sherlock and Watson meet in the show's first.
At the matching riverbank, Sherlock finds a security guard's corpse, identifying it as the work of an assassin called Golem. Sherlock tracks him down, but is too late to stop another murder, an astronomy professor whom the guard talked to after he realised a recently discovered painting by Vermeer was a fake.
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While Sherlock is examining the painting, the fourth hostage, a child, calls and gives Sherlock ten seconds to prove the forgery. He spots a supernova within the painting that occurred centuries after the real painting was made, just in time to stop the bomb.
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The museum curator confesses the forgery and that her accomplice was called Moriarty. Investigating Mycroft's case in secret, Sherlock and John trace the MI6 clerk's death to his prospective brother-in-law, who confesses he stole the flash drive and accidentally killed him.
The man still has the drive since he had no idea how to sell it. Sherlock uses it to lure out Moriarty, but John shows up instead, wearing an explosive vest. Moriarty appears and turns out to be Molly's boyfriend, Jim.
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He tells Sherlock to stop interfering, but Sherlock refuses. Moriarty leaves momentarily, and Sherlock takes off John's vest. Moriarty soon returns with multiple snipers targeting both Sherlock and John. Sherlock aims his handgun at the explosive vest — mutual assured destruction. Sources and allusions[ edit ] As with all episodes of Sherlock, the plot combines those of a number of works by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
The title of the episode itself refers to what scholars have dubbed the Sherlockian gamea pastime attempting to retrace the biographies of Holmes and Watson.
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Sherlock's surprising ignorance, discussed on John's blog, about several commonplace subjects including astronomycomes from A Study in Scarlet.
The Bruce-Partington Plans are also referenced in Sherlock's final blogpost before meeting Moriarty at the pool: When Sherlock asks Watson what he thought about the trainers, that is clear reference to a scene early in " The Adventure of the Blue Carbuncle " where Holmes asks Watson to deduce what he can about Mr Henry Baker's hat in the original story.
The pink mobile phone receives messages with Greenwich pipswith their numbers decreasing with each message, pointing towards " The Five Orange Pips ". The conversation between Holmes and Moriarty in the final scene mirrors and quotes the confrontation in Holmes' study in " The Adventure of the Final Problem ".
The "thick Bohemian paper" comes from " A Scandal in Bohemia ", as does the scene where Sherlock notes Molly's weight gain. Sherlock's statement "I'd be lost without my blogger" echoes his "I am lost without my Boswell " from "A Scandal in Bohemia". Holmes' network of homeless persons who help him locate the Golem are referred to as his "eyes and ears all over the city", similar to the Baker Street Irregulars who appear in many of the Sherlock Holmes stories.
Sherlock firing a gun at a smiley face spray-painted on the wall at the start of the episode and the holes left in the wall is a reference to " The Adventure of the Musgrave Ritual ", in which "Holmes, in one of his queer humours, would sit in an armchair The scene where Watson examines the shoes resembles a scene in " A Case of Identity " where he tries to deduce information about Miss Mary Sutherland. Sherlock's remark that Watson "missed everything of importance, but The conversation between Holmes and Watson after investigating the house of Connie Prince, where the former says, "We have to do some burglary", is from " The Adventure of Charles Augustus Milverton ".
Outside of the canon, the "Golem", a large, mute murderer who crushes his victims, may be based on the Hoxton Creeper from the Sherlock Holmes film The Pearl of Deathas well as other unconnected Universal films also starring Rondo Hatton as the Creeper.
Moffat said, "We knew what we wanted to do with Moriarty from the very beginning. The only case in which this would usually happen would be the armed forces, because being a doctor is what damages them.
From this he deduces that John has a therapist because most psychologically damaged war veterans get therapists. Then he sees the phone. On the back there is an inscription that signifies a relationship between a " Harry Watson" and Clara. The phone is expensive, so Harry and Clara are married.
Sherlock sees that Harry is a sibling because the phone is a "young man's gadget" so it could not be from a uncle or father. They are both to young to have grown and married kids, so that is ruled out.
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Sherlock sees that John doesn't approve of Harry because he got the phone, which shows they Harry reached out to him, but John is still looking for housing. Then, Sherlock looks for the reason for the disapproval.
At the place for the charging cord, there are scratches in the metal, like someone struggled with shaking hands to plug in their phone. That means that Harry was an alcoholic.