Lady Elizabeth Smallwood is one of many victims of master blackmailer and media tycoon Charles Augustus Magnussen and asks Holmes to retrieve some incriminating letters for her. Having cultivated Magnussen's secretary Janine, Holmes breaks into Magnussen's office but is confronted by a mysterious black-clad woman, who shoots him. He recovers in hospital and goes after her to discover her identity and reason for wanting the blackmailer dead before he and Watson visit Magnussen at his country house for a confrontation and shoot-out.Written by
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During the hospital scene with Janine, she tells Sherlock that she sold her stories to newspapers and that none were sold to Magnussen's companies. The newspapers featured were Daily Express, Daily Mirror and another without a name - none of which are owned by Rupert Murdoch's News Corp company. See more »
At 1:10:06, when Watson and Sherlock are heading over to the helicopter, a man with dark, straight, short hair and a black/dark blue jacket is shown walking towards to the helicopter. Watson has brown hair and is in a brown jacket and Sherlock is in his overcoat and has curly hair. Who is this mysterious character? See more »
Well after completing three series i can say that so far the journey was extraordinary . Series 3 may not be the best series probably because of the second episode the three signs but the first and particularly the last one,his last vow were awesome. I fervently wish that the entire team of sherlock comes with a bang this time . And i can say that i am deeply satisfied how the series is running. Talk about favorites,Than my personal favorites were three episodes the Reichenberg falls , a scandal in Bulgaria and his last vow and the best series was undoubtedly series 2.I just hope that they never change the cast especially martin freeman
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