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      • A Scandal in Belgravia is the first episode of the second series of the BBC crime drama series Sherlock, which follows the modern-day adventures of Sherlock Holmes, and was first broadcast by BBC One on 1 January 2012. It was written by co-creator Steven Moffat , and directed by Paul McGuigan .
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  6. A Scandal in Belgravia | Baker Street Wiki | Fandom

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    • Summary
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    A case of blackmail threatens to topple the monarchy itself, but soon Sherlock and Johndiscover there is even more to it than that. They find themselves battling international terrorism, rogue CIA agents, and a secret conspiracy involving the British government. This case, however, will cast a longer shadow on their lives than they could ever imagine, as the great detective begins a long duel of wits with an antagonist as ruthless, original and brilliant as himself: Irene Adler.

    Jim Moriarty, whose snipers are aimed at Sherlock Holmes and Dr John Watson, and who has stated his intention to kill them both, is interrupted by a phone call. He leaves, having "received a better offer", letting Sherlock and John return to their flat at 221B Baker Street. Sherlock Holmes solves a number of cases over the next few weeks, turning down several others because they bore him, including a man claiming his aunt's ashes are not hers and two girls not allowed to see their dead grandfather. Sherlock becomes a minor celebrity following John's blogs about his activities. One day, Sherlock's brother Mycroft has the pair brought to Buckingham Palacefor a meeting when they are in middle of solving a case. The case involved the 'murder' of a man in an open field, witnessed by another man whose car had broken down near where the victim died. Mycroft and a Palace official explain that a female member of the royal family has had compromising photographs taken with dominatrix Irene Ad...

    Vatican Cameos is a code-phrase used between Sherlock Holmes and Dr John Watson. Sherlock uses it as a warning to indicate that the situation they are in at that moment is similar to one they have encountered before, presumably one where they needed to duck. Vatican Cameos was used again in "The Sign of Three" when Sherlock says it during his best man speech to warn John about an impending murder. When Mary asks what it means, John tells her it means somebody is going to die. The phrase is similar to the 'Headless Nun' ploy from the "Unaired Pilot", which appears to mean 'Throw me out (of the restaurant) while I pretend to be drunk'. Judging from Angelo's reaction, this had happened before.

    The episode is based on Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's short story "A Scandal in Bohemia".
    In the opening montage of stories that John is blogging about, all of the names are callbacks to Doyle's original stories.
    One of John's blog posts is titled "Sherlock Holmes Baffled", the same title as a 1900 silent film, the first depiction of Holmes on film.
    According to John, Sherlock enumerates 240 different types of tobacco ash on his website. This is a reference to The Sign of the Four, in which Holmes tells Watson that he has written a monograph i...

    "This is a six. We agreed I would not go out of the flat for anything less than a seven." "We did we agree on that? "Last weekend." "I was gone last weekend. Do you carry on talking when I leave?" "I don't know; how often are you gone?" ―Sherlock and John video chat "What are we doing here, Sherlock?" "No idea." "Here to see the Queen?" (Mycroft walks in the room) "Oh, apparently yes." (Sherlock and John burst out laughing)" ―John and Sherlock wonder why they're in Buckingham Palace, then crack a joke about Mycroft "Is it too much to hope for you two to act like grown ups?" "We solve crimes, I blog about it and he forgets his pants. I wouldn't hold out too much hope." ―Mycroft and John "You know what the problem with a disguise is, Mr. Holmes? No matter how hard you try, it's always a self-portrait." "You think I'm a vicar with a bleeding face?" "NO. I think you're damaged, delusional and believe in a higher power. Quite obviously yourself." ―Irene and Sherlock banter "Upon hearing...

    Sherlock briefly refers to the story of Enigma to Irene at 1:10:50. Benedict Cumberbatch, Holmes' actor, portrayed Alan Turing, the man who broke Enigma, in the biographical film The Imitation Game...
    This episode covers the largest amount of time so far (roughly 11 months).  It picks up on the last episode (April 1), and quickly moves through the entire summer. They meet Irene in September, and...
    Subtle visual joke: When John is picked up in a black car by a woman he thinks is Mycroft's assistant, he says, "You know, Mycroft could just phone me, if he didn’t have this bloody stupid power co...
    According to the DVD commentary, Producer Sue Vertue was at a funeral when someone's cellphone went off. It was, most inappropriately, playing 'Staying Alive' by the Bee Gees. When her husband, Ste...
    In the opening poolside scene, John's jacket containing the explosives is constantly seen in different positions.
    At Buckingham Palace, Watson has just sat down next to Sherlock. There is a red pillow between them on the couch. It moves, sometime sitting straight and sometimes tilted, between shots throughout...
    When John comes in from the rain and tells Sherlock about Irene, the damp patches on his jacket come and go.
    The morning after the Christmas party, John is shown putting on his jacket while speaking to Mrs Hudson, then putting it on again as Mrs Hudson leaves the room.
    Sherlock Holmes – Benedict Cumberbatch
    Dr John Watson – Martin Freeman
    Mrs Hudson – Una Stubbs
    DI Greg Lestrade – Rupert Graves
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    A Royal scandal, a dazzling game of cat and mouse. The seductive Irene Adler is cold, calculating, brilliant. Has Sherlock finally met his match?

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