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It was like Christmas for Sherlock fans... The episode belted along, was neatly structured, and boasted not just the one jaw-dropping surprise, but a couple more narrative broadsides.
This season has been a season about acknowledging family. About loving the people who matter to you despite their faults and shortcomings.
Better than the jokes though, were the surprises. List them all and you'd get writer's cramp.
"His Last Vow" is undoubtedly the best episode of this season, and some might consider it the best episode of the series so far.
"His Last Vow" was a vibrant, potent reminder of just how brilliant Sherlock -- the man and the show -- can be.
"His Last Vow" was a thrilling 90-minute ride that flung fans from laughter to terror to heartache and back again. The episode represented a return to form after the season's previous two episodes veered from the show's format.
After two good-but-not-brilliant episodes to begin its long-awaited third season, Sherlock returned to peak form for its finale and reminded us why we'll sorely miss the show during what will presumably be a substantial hiatus.
This episode should win the underwhelmed around. A newspaper proprietor villain, hundreds of twists and a total dismantling of all that lovey-dovey stuff from last week. This was the episode the fans actually wanted.
Occasionally, flash pays off: Of the upgraded mind-palace bits of the season, this episode has the standout.
Even in its most cluttered episode, Sherlock still delivered its usual gems.