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  1. The Reichenbach Fall - Wikipedia

    "The Reichenbach Fall" is the third and final episode of the second series of the BBC television series Sherlock. It was written by Stephen Thompson and stars Benedict Cumberbatch as Sherlock Holmes, Martin Freeman as Dr John Watson, and Andrew Scott as Jim Moriarty.

  2. May 20, 2012 · Directed by Toby Haynes. With Benedict Cumberbatch, Martin Freeman, Una Stubbs, Rupert Graves. Jim Moriarty hatches a mad scheme to turn the whole city against Sherlock.

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  3. The Reichenbach Fall - Baker Street Wiki - The Sherlock ...
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    Jim Moriarty possesses the greatest criminal mind that the world has ever seen. Sherlock and John knew he would not stay hidden for long. Even they, however, never guessed the sheer scale and audacity of the crime that would propel Moriarty back into the headlines. The crime of the century. The Tower of London, the Bank of England and Pentonville Prison– all sprung open on the same day, as if by magic! But Moriarty's plans do not stop there... Sherlock locks horns with his old enemy in one final problem that tests loyalty and courage to their very limits. Sherlock must fight for his reputation, his sanity and his life. But is he all he claims to be?

    The episode opens with John Watson in his first meeting with his therapistfor eighteen months. He struggles to explain the reason for the impromptu visit, but eventually chokes out the words, "My best friend, Sherlock Holmes, is dead". The episode then flashes back to three months earlier, with Sherlock receiving plaudits and gifts from various people for whom he has solved cases, along with much unwanted media attention. Meanwhile, Moriarty has been freed from Mycroft's prison and proceeds to break into the Tower of London, where the Crown Jewels are kept, while simultaneously opening the vault at the Bank of England and unlocking all the cells at Pentonville Prison via his mobile phone. Before smashing the Crown Jewels' case, he writes the words "Get Sherlock" in reverse on the outside, to be seen by the security cameras. He then allows himself to be caught wearing the jewels and sitting on the throne. Sherlock is called to testify at Moriarty's trial. Sherlock explains to the cou...

    "Because I owe you a fall, Sherlock. I. Owe. You."
    ―Jim Moriarty
    "I was so alone, and I owe you so much."
    ―Dr John Watson
    The episode's climactic scene is based on the short story "The Final Problem", in which Holmes and Moriarty square off. Watson's leaving Holmes to attend to Mrs Hudson mirrors his return to the inn...
    The filming of the visit of Moriarty to Baker Street pays tribute to William Gillette's 1899 play Sherlock Holmes and the 1945 film The Woman in Green. Moriarty's attempt to destroy Holmes's reputa...
    The kids' disappearance in the priory school is a reference to "The Adventure of the Priory School".
    Douglas Wilmer, who plays the cranky old man in the Diogenes Club, played Sherlock Holmes in a series of BBC television showsin the 1960s.
    When talking about the case of Henry Fishguard, Sherlock opens a old dusty book saying "Bow Street Runners: missed everything". The book actually is Memoirs of a Bow Street Runner,based on the priv...
    Moriarty listens to Rossini’s "The Thieving Magpie"while breaking in to the security systems.
    In the first sequence in which various newspaper headlines are shown, one story begins, "In a twist worthy of a Conan Doyle novella, Mr. Sherlock Holmes was yesterday revealed to be an expert witne...
    This newspaper was dated 5.10.11. Given the British dating system, this couldbe read as October 5.
    When Moriarty is getting ready to steal the Crown Jewels, the position of the gum he places on the glass to hold the diamond changes between takes. Sometimes it is by the bottom of the "E," sometim...
    When Sherlock and Jim are at the roof top and Sherlock laughs and comes back to Jim to tell him what he missed, it's clearly visible that his scarf is a little messed up, but when the shot is focus...
    As Moriarty is writing "Get Sherlock" on the case of the Crown Jewels, one shot shows that he has already written the "She-" of Sherlock and the next shot shows him just starting to write it.
    In the scene when Sherlock is analyzing the bottom of the kidnapper's shoe, he finds traces of Glycerol/Glycerine/Propan-1,2,3-triol. The Glycerol molecule contains 3 hydroxyl groups each bonded to...
    Sherlock Holmes – Benedict Cumberbatch
    Dr John Watson – Martin Freeman
    Mrs Hudson – Una Stubbs
    DI Greg Lestrade – Rupert Graves
  4. SHERLOCK: Reichenbach Fall — Explained - Seriable

    So how did he Sherlock survive the Reichenbach Fall? Before we look at the possible explanation, let’s quickly go over some less likely alternatives: 1. Watson thought he saw Sherlock fall to his death because the clever detective administered him with the fear toxin from the secret research base in “The Hounds Of Baskervilles.” 2.

  5. Reichenbach Falls - Baker Street Wiki - The Sherlock Holmes ...

    Reichenbach Falls is a large waterfall located outside the village of Meiringen in Switzerland. This was the scene of the apparent death of Sherlock Holmes at the end of The Final Problem. 1 Appearance in Adaptations 1.1 "The Final Problem" (ITV series episode) 1.2 Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows 1.3 The Reichenbach Fall (Sherlock episode) 1.4 The Abominable Bride (Sherlock special) 2 ...

  6. "Sherlock" The Reichenbach Fall (TV Episode 2012) cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more.

  7. How Sherlock Faked His Death In The Reichenbach Fall

    Aug 25, 2019 · How Sherlock Returned After The Reichenbach Fall Sherlock's "death" after the Reichenbach fall made way for a lot of fan theories, and the writers took some of these to build an explanation. By Adrienne Tyler Aug 25, 2019

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  8. Sherlock Holmes and Jim Moriarty are near the conclusion of their showdown. When something happens that changes the tables.

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  9. Sherlock's Biggest Mistake Was Bringing Holmes Back From The Dead

    Jun 20, 2020 · Sherlock season 4 didn’t feel like part of the series, and its ending wasn’t satisfying at all, leaving more questions than when Sherlock died in season 2. “The Reichenbach Fall” would have been a much better ending to the series (even if Sherlock’s survival was teased at the end) mainly because there was no way to bring him back in a ...

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