“The Final Problem” is solved. It made a great farewell full of thrill, emotions, memories and unexpected turns. And here we’re ready to present the best quotes, dialogues and monologues from Sherlock Season 4 Episode 3 “The Final Problem”.
John: Well, don’t worry, there’s a place for people like you, the desperate, the terrified, the ones with nowhere else to run.
Mycroft: What place?
John: 221B Baker Street.
I that am lost,
Oh, who will find me
Deep below the old beech tree?
Help succour me now
The East Winds blow
16 by six, Brother, and under we go…
(~ Eurus Holmes)
Mrs. Hudson’s sense of humour
Mrs. HUDSON: Would you like a cup of tea?
MYCROFT: Thank you.
Mrs.HUDSON: The kettle’s over there.
Good and bad are fairytales. We have evolved to attach an emotional significance to what is nothing more than a survival strategy of the pack animal. We’re conditioned to invest divinity in utility. Good isn’t really good, evil isn’t really wrong, bottoms aren’t really pretty. You are a prisoner of your own meat.
Deep water, Sherlock, all your life, in your dreams. Deep waters.
This isn’t torture, this is vivisection. We’re experiencing science from the perspective of lab rats.
– Who the hell are you?
– My name’s Sherlock Holmes
– The detective.
– The pirate.
Greg Lestrade saying…
Police officer: Is that him, sir, Sherlock Holmes?
GREG Lestrade: Fan, are you?
Police officer: Well, he’s a great man, sir.
GREG Lestrade: No, he is better than that. He’s a good one.
Baker Street boys…
P.S. I know you two. And if I’m gone, I know what you could become. Because I know who you really are. A junky who solves crimes to get high. And the doctor who never came from the war. Will you listen to me? Who you really are, it doesn’t matter. It’s all about the legend, the stories, the adventures.
There is a last refuge for the desparate, the unvolved, the persecuted. There is a final court of appeal for everyone. When life gets too strange, too impossible, too frightening, there is always one last hope. When all else fails, there are two men sitting arguing in a scruffy flat like they’ve always been there, and they always will. THE best and wisest men I have ever known. My Baker Street boys – Sherlock Holmes and Dr Watson. (MARY Watson)
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