SHERLOCK Recap: “His Last Vow”

The third season of Sherlock was always about the fans, which has been both a good and bad thing depending on where in the fandom you belong.  While the first two episodes were absolutely about fan service (and clearly, I’ve been among those who found the episodes’ commitment to the emotional and the self-reflexive, including more of an emphasis on comedy, a good thing), “His Last Vow” was much more serious, and opened up an entirely new realm of possibilities for the show’s next season.  Hit the jump for why “people like him should be killed, and that’s why there are people like me.”




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