History Headscratchers / Sherlock

12th Aug '17 10:04:00 AM LoviPon
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** Maybe the solution would have been the same 30 years ago. Had Sherlock understood the riddle and gone to her room to speak/play with Eurus, she might have just told him where Redbeard was.
12th Aug '17 9:54:17 AM LoviPon
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** Mycroft is married to his job, he is most probably never at home (we've seen in a previous episode how empty his fridge was and that he always orders food). It must have taken Sherlock a few hours at most to set everything up when Mycroft wasn't there, then he waited for him to come home and put everything in motion.
12th Aug '17 9:49:01 AM LoviPon
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** As the previous troper said he knows it's too late, but there is also the fact that she is his wife. He panicked. This is the reason why it is not recommended (although not forbidden) for doctors to perform medicals acts on members of their families.
12th Aug '17 9:38:47 AM LoviPon
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** I think he solves private cases, even though they're not shown on screen. However, even if the money came from Mycroft, do you really think he would notice/worry about it? I mean, he's the guy who in episode The Sign of Three asked Mrs Hudson "You bring me tea in the morning? - Well where do you think it came from? - I don't know, I just thought it sort of happened." So you know, maybe to him money "just sort of happened" too.
8th Jul '17 10:08:35 AM nombretomado
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* Why does Sherlock keep referring to himself as a High Functioning Sociopath? There is no such thing, and he's misdiagnosed himself; you check the guidelines for diagnosis of a sociopath under the DSM, and...well...he's not. However, the usual term using "High functioning" is High functioning Asperger's Syndrome. Check TheOtherWiki for that info, and Sherlock fits right down the line with classic Asperger's.

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* Why does Sherlock keep referring to himself as a High Functioning Sociopath? There is no such thing, and he's misdiagnosed himself; you check the guidelines for diagnosis of a sociopath under the DSM, and...well...he's not. However, the usual term using "High functioning" is High functioning Asperger's Syndrome. Check TheOtherWiki Wiki/TheOtherWiki for that info, and Sherlock fits right down the line with classic Asperger's.
3rd Jul '17 2:58:21 PM littlebeeper
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** Are you suggesting ScrewTheRulesIHaveMoney with a pinch of Apathetic Police? Well... weirder things have happened in BBCSherlock!Uk, I'll say that.

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** Are you suggesting ScrewTheRulesIHaveMoney with a pinch of Apathetic Police? Well... weirder things have happened in BBCSherlock!Uk, [[{{Sherlock}} BBC Sherlock]]!Uk, I'll say that.
30th Jun '17 1:05:39 PM ScroogeMacDuck
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* I may have missed something, butů why is it ''called'' "A Scandal in Belgravia"? It has nothing whatsoever to do with Belgravia. I'd say ArtifactTitle, but other episodes in the series (''A Study in Pink'', ''The Hounds of Baskerville'') showed that the creators are totally [=OK=] with altering the titles if they no longer fit the updated narrative.
30th Jun '17 1:01:30 PM ScroogeMacDuck
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30th Jun '17 1:01:22 PM ScroogeMacDuck
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* I may have missed something, butů why is it ''called'' "A Scandal in Belgravia"? It has nothing whatsoever to do with Belgravia. I'd say ArtifactTitle, but other episodes in the series (''A Study in Pink'', ''The Hounds of Baskerville'') showed that the creators are totally [=OK=] with altering the titles if they no longer fit the updated narrative.
14th Jun '17 5:58:34 PM JPL
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** Psychopaths are in fact known to be master-manipulators without knowing about or understanding the feelings of others. They just intuitively "decode" how to get certain reactions from other people by behaving a certain way. Her urging her victims to verbally express their feelings seems to be more of a trait for the whole "experiment" scenario - she would be pleased to have her theories 'confirmed' by the participants (like any good experimentator would do).
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