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Mine would have to be The Reichenbach Fall, simply because it has so much feelings and we're used to episodes with so much thought but the feelings here are, Idk, really appealing and it made me cry like a baby and yeah
How about you?
I think Scandal in Belgravia was my absolute favourite just because I love Irene Adler and the actress who played her. I also liked how we see (or thought we saw) a more caring side to Sherlock because maybe, just maybe he felt something for Irene. And still did afterwards perhaps...he did save her after all. I mean, Reichenbach was great too but it conjures way too many emotions in me than is comfortable. :P
Oh goodness, that's a tough one! I think I have to go with Scandal in Belgravia just because I spend the whole episode alternating between laughter and awe.
Reichenbach. It's just SO extraordinarily done, everything about it. There are thousands of layers to pick apart, so much to try to discover before S3, and Moriarty is just--ugh AMAZING and Andrew ABSOLUTELY deserved the BAFTA, and oh GOD THE EMOTIONS. I sometimes will be watching it and have to pause and just collect myself because I'm so in awe of how truly perfect it is.
The Hounds of Baskerville
Why? I adore Russell Tovey with too much passion and I love the harpoon bit where he is covered in blood.