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**** [[spoiler:Confirmed with season 3 finale.]]



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* With the events of the season six finale, and the proposed beginning of season seven, friends Jonny Lee Miller (Elementary) and Benedict Cumberbatch (Sherlock) could get dual unnamed cameos? Steven Moffat notwithstanding.

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[[WMG: Michael is connected to Moriarty]]
I may be wrong but to me he gives of (James) Moriarty-ish vibes and with the [[spoiler:reveal that she's escaped and on the prowl it seems a lot more likely.]]

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[[WMG: Sherlock won't fake his own death to defeat Moriarty.]]
''Joan'' will. Joan has obviously become a WorthyOpponent to Moriarty, and it'd be a great way to shake up the old Reichenbach Falls story.


We all know Moriarty is obsessed with Sherlock, and after Joan's little gambit actually ''worked'', I smell a new obsession brewing ([[spoiler:that painting makes for quite good evidence of that]]). She'll also make a (possibly genuine, possibly faked, possibly [[HeelFaceRevolvingDoor revolving]]) attempt at a HeelFaceTurn, and then Moriarty will turn out to be a DepravedBisexual who makes Joan question her sexuality, ala H.G. Wells and Myka from Series/{{Warehouse13}} (which makes it a case of PoisonOakEpilepticTrees for me, but I know there's a good segment of the population [[GirlOnGirlIsHot who'd love it]]). Bonus points for the writers reneging on their promise of a platonic Sherlock/Watson relationship and throwing a love triangle into the mess.

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We all know Moriarty is obsessed with Sherlock, and after Joan's little gambit actually ''worked'', I smell a new obsession brewing ([[spoiler:that painting makes for quite good evidence of that]]). She'll also make a (possibly genuine, possibly faked, possibly [[HeelFaceRevolvingDoor revolving]]) attempt at a HeelFaceTurn, and then Moriarty will turn out to be a DepravedBisexual who makes Joan question her sexuality, ala H.G. Wells and Myka from Series/{{Warehouse13}} (which makes it a case of PoisonOakEpilepticTrees WMG/PoisonOakEpilepticTrees for me, but I know there's a good segment of the population [[GirlOnGirlIsHot who'd love it]]). Bonus points for the writers reneging on their promise of a platonic Sherlock/Watson relationship and throwing a love triangle into the mess.


* GenreSavvy viewers know it's coming sooner or later. It doesn't have to be the first season finale, it could be any of them (though it may very likely be the first, because it would make a lot less sense for Sherlock to relapse if he were, say, ten years sober.)

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* GenreSavvy viewers Viewers know it's coming sooner or later. It doesn't have to be the first season finale, it could be any of them (though it may very likely be the first, because it would make a lot less sense for Sherlock to relapse if he were, say, ten years sober.)

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[[WMG: Sherlock is actually psychic]]
But he doesn't know it. Brains strive not for truth, but for internal consistency; because he doesn't believe in psychic abilities, he subconsciously creates elaborate justifications to explain his "deductions". He is also a talented detective, which is why he can teach other people, but he's not unbelievably talented. His psychic abilities just make him come off that way.

It doesn't always come into play, but it is the reason why he is able to correctly make huge leaps in logic or assumptions and still turn out to be right.

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* {{Jossed}}. Among other things, Oscar is still alive, although Sherlock gave him a NoHoldsBarredBeatdown.


** {{Jossed}} in Season 4.

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** * {{Jossed}} in Season 4.


[[WMG:Sherlock's [[spoiler:practicing to stop his heart]] will play a part in Elementary's version of the Reichenbach Falls.]]

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[[WMG:Sherlock's [[spoiler:practicing to stop his heart]] will play a part in Elementary's ''Elementary'''s version of the Reichenbach Falls.]]



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----** {{Jossed}} in Season 4.



Obviously, that would be an adaption of "The Adventure Of The Speckled Band".

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Obviously, that would be an adaption of "The Adventure Of The Speckled Band".Band".
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[[WMG: Season four premiere]]
*Spoilers* I have my own idea for the premiere. I think that some of it could take place.
It turns out that Sherlock didn't relapse, despite getting very close to, but he actually ended up murdering Oscar in self defense. There was no evidence to prove that the murder wasn't self defense, but the police had their suspicions, causing him to be put under suspension and possibly face drug possession charge at least, since he had disposed of the narcotics that he had stolen before calling the police but it was later recovered with his fingerprints on it. He was not only facing legal charges, but was upset greatly over what had happened. Joan was the one to contact Sherlock's father, causing him to go back to New York and try to help Sherlock.
Due to an investigation and helped by his father's influence, Sherlock ended up getting cleared of all charges and being free to get back to work, but still decided-and was advised- to "take a break" from his work as a consultant and a detective, and started taking some psychiatric sessions.
The premiere episode opens in September, with Sherlock resuming his work, to an apparent dislike from his father, who, apparently, sees this situation as an opportunity to get Sherlock move back to London (and yes, I know that the talk about that in season two was a ploy from Mycroft). Sherlock takes over the case that detective Bell and captain Gregson had been working on in the past, but had never solved: a young, healthy woman was found dead in her house; the cause of death hadn't been determined, and in weeks prior to the murder she had reported a suspicious man moving around her house at night, as well as hearing weird, whistle like noises under her bedroom window. Police had investigated those claims, but hadn't gotten very far. Shortly before her death, she had sent a text message to her sister, reading simply "A Speckled Band". That happened late in 2011, when Sherlock was at the height of his addiction and wasn't working for NYPD yet, neither was that keen on studying the cases happening throughout the city. Now, almost four years later and with the anniversary of the victim's death approaching, the victim's sister, living in a completely different neighborhood,  also reports seeing a strange man moving around her house at night and hearing whistle like noises. The suspects include their abusive stepfather, the victim's possessive ex boyfriend and a registered female sex offender who lived close to the victim in 2011 and is now living close to the victim's sister.
Obviously, that would be an adaption of "The Adventure Of The Speckled Band".


[[WMG:Sherlock faked his [spoiler:relapse] at the end of Season 3]]

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[[WMG:Sherlock faked his [[spoiler:relapse]] at the end of Season 3]]
This is this adaptation's version of Holmes' trickery at the Reichenbach Falls: Sherlock has faked his metaphorical "fall" for some brilliant reason to be explained in Season 4. As the canonical Holmes says in ''The Adventure of the Empty House'': "Well, then, about that chasm. I had no serious difficulty in getting out of it, for the very simple reason that I never was in it."

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[[WMG:Sherlock's [[spoiler:practicing to stop his heart]] will play a part in Elementary's version of the Reichenbach Falls.]]
At the moment he may just be adding another skill to his repertoire with no intention of deceiving Joan.

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