Pearl Nygaard death scene.
Shortly after the "Sherrinford Incident" life has gone back to normal in Baker Street. With one exception: Sherlock is avoiding Molly Hooper much to John's frustration, Mrs Hudson's despair and Mycroft's amusement. Will the clever Detective get his head out of his arse and finally acknowledge a truth he's been hiding far too long? I put a lot of hard work and love into this and I want to dedicate this video to the awesome broadwaylover17. (She has a lovely blog on tumblr - check her out!) Without her this would not have been possible! Have fun watching! Andrea xxx Song: Woodkid - I love you (Quintett version)
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Ken O'Keefe has appeared and looking emaciated, haggard, and older. Perhaps all the stress he endured from him being exposed as a con artist? Regardless of that whole saga, it is interesting to listen to the dynamics of how he speaks on RT. He his restrained and doesn't point out the "elephant in the room" exactly, but saying "bankers" instead. An important question to ask is "why is this the case?" If Ken O'Keefe was allowed to say whatever he wanted on RT, he surely would speak differently. And, the next question would be "why does the Kremlin draw the line in the sand?"
**Try to watch it on HD** After Sherlock's funeral, Hamish confesses to John he feels his father is alive. Of course for John is hard to explain to his son he actually saw Sherlock jump off a roof. Reblog this video from my Tumblr: http://tinyurl.com/bhvndnl -- Videos used: BBC Sherlock, The Last Enemy, Nanny McPhee --