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      • "The Sign of Three" is the second episode of the third series of the BBC television series Sherlock. It was written by Stephen Thompson, Mark Gatiss and Steven Moffat and stars Benedict Cumberbatch as Sherlock Holmes and Martin Freeman as Dr John Watson.
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  2. The Sign of Three - Wikipedia

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    "The Sign of Three" is the second episode of the third series of the BBC television series Sherlock. It was written by Stephen Thompson, Mark Gatiss and Steven Moffat and stars Benedict Cumberbatch as Sherlock Holmes and Martin Freeman as Dr John Watson. The episode's title is inspired by The Sign of the Four by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.

  3. Jan 26, 2014 · Directed by Colm McCarthy. With Benedict Cumberbatch, Martin Freeman, Una Stubbs, Rupert Graves. Sherlock tries to give the perfect best man speech at John's wedding when he suddenly realizes a murder is about to take place.

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    Sherlock faces his biggest challenge of all – delivering a Best Man's speech on John's wedding day! But all is not quite as it seems. Mortal danger stalks the reception – and someone might not make it to the happy couple's first dance. Sherlock must thank the bridesmaids, solve the case and stop a killer!

    The episode opens with Greg Lestrade investigating a series of bank robberies, however the robbers always seem to know just before the police turn up. He gets increasingly frustrated with each new incident, but finally the police force manage to corner the gang. As he is moving in, Sherlocktexts him urgently for help at Baker Street. Lestrade abandons the arrest and sends police units Sherlock's house, only to find that the help needed was with writing a best man's speech. Mrs Hudson then speaks to Sherlock about the big day coming up: John's wedding to Mary. We see a man getting ready for the occasion: James Sholto, John's old army commander. After the ceremony, John and Mary leave the church, and a photographer takes their picture. Sherlock interrogates all of Mary's male friends to see the likelihood of infidelity, causing one of them to very carefully keep his distance from Mary after Sherlock had warned him to do so. The reception begins and John thanks Sholto for coming. Sherl...

    "Tonight I make my first and last vow. John and Mary, I will always be there for all three of you.. Uh... Sorry miscounted. Turn the music back on. Come on, everybody; dance!" ―Sherlock tries to cover his blunder "When John first approached me about being the best man, I'll admit I was confused. I expressed to him that it took me by surprise. I told him that I would none-the-less try my best at a task I found daunting, and implication that I was almost... moved by this. It later transpired that I had said none of this outloud." ―Sherlock explains his reaction to being asked to be best man as the flashback shows him completely stunned. "Any rumors of intellectual superiority I have are due to the selfless contrast John provides. I believe their is a certain analogy there, as brides tend to favor plain bridesmaids at their weddings. And after all contrast is God's plan to enhance the beauty of his creation. Or it would be if God were not a ludicrous fantasy designed to provide a caree...

    The title of this episode refers to the Sherlock Holmes story, "The Sign of the Four". Major James Sholto refers to John Sholto. Also, one of the cases shown in this episode contains a man similar...
    The name of the photographer, Johnathan Small, is also a reference to "The Sign of the Four".
    The last bank robbery by the Waters brothers is from "The Adventure of the Red-Headed League" - where a tunnel was dug to reach the bank.
    The mentioned case "The Inexplicable Matchbox" is based on the case of Isadora Persano which is alluded to in "The Problem of Thor Bridge".
    In a deleted scene John mentions his mother is dead after Sherlock suggests she make the best man speech.
    According to the invitation, the wedding takes place on Saturday, 18 May at St Mary's Church in Sutton Mallet.
    Events of the episode are documented by Sherlock in John's blog on 11 August.
    This is the first episode of the series in which Moriarty is neither seen nor referenced. The second episode to do this is "The Lying Detective".
    When Sherlock and Watson are in jail, Sherlock's right arm is hanging by his side. When the man enters , Sherlock's arm jumps from hanging to resting on his chest between shots.
    During Irene Adler's cameo, the position of her hand on Sherlock's face changes between shots.
    Sherlock calls the guardsman a "Grenadier", but his buttons are in groups of five, meaning he is a Welsh Guard, and not a Grenadier Guard.
    The guardsmen on sentry duty were unarmed. Sentries always carry rifles.
    Benedict Cumberbatch – Sherlock Holmes
    Martin Freeman – John Watson
    Mark Gatiss – Mycroft Holmes
    Rupert Graves – Inspector Greg Lestrade
  5. "Sherlock" The Sign of Three (TV Episode 2014) - Full Cast ...

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    "Sherlock" The Sign of Three (TV Episode 2014) cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more.

  6. Sherlock Explained: “The Sign Of Three” | The Insightful Panda

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    Jan 24, 2014 · The Sign of Three: This new dynamic between Sherlock, John and Mary is quite amazing. Mary not only holds her own, but also is able to blend in quite nicely with our two main characters.

  7. ‘Sherlock’ Recap: ‘The Sign of Three’ | Anglophenia | BBC America

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    Sherlock: “The Sign of Three” After last week’s shenanigans with bonfires, bombs and moustaches, it’s time for the relative sanity of John Watson’s wedding. What could possibly go wrong? ===== Before we get to the big day, Lestrade is having a tough time prosecuting the Waters crime gang, and is understandably miffed.

  8. Sherlock series 3: 'The Sign of Three' recap - Digital Spy

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    There's a lot of talk in 'The Sign of Three' about whether John's marriage means "the end of an era" with Sherlock - John's adamant that it doesn't, while everyone else from Mycroft to Mrs Hudson ...

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