7 - Season 2 really hit the ground running with this one. It continued the show's trend of being playful with the material in such an assured way that it made me feel confident about its creators' intentions. In my defense, they probably still cared at this point.
Another brilliant installment. Each episode keeps getting better. Irene Adler is an alluring character-like a snake, almost more at home in a film noir, but she fits here. But what struck me most was how emotional this episode was. The exploration of Sherlock's deepest emotions (or lack of them?) was poignant and profound. I love his rivalry with Mycroft. Reminds me of my brother and I.
Absolutely incredible. This episode seems to emphasize a bit more on Sherlock's asperger and non ability to fit into society. It is also thrillingly acted by Lara Pulver, who plays Irene. So great. one of the best of the 2 seasons, if not THE. I'm waiting to see the last one.