Yes, I watched the highly anticipated Season 3 of Sherlock! And it was fantastic! While the episode was not entirely perfect, but it was most certainly worth the two year wait. To be clear, this is a non-spoiler reaction to the episode. If you have not seen the episode, you are safe from spoilers. You may be asking how an American like myself managed to watch the episode, and that question be answered shortly along with how you can also watch the episode. As for "The Empty Hearse," it was so much fun! I have not had such an entertaining time watching a television show since The Day of the Doctor back in November; it was that good. However, despite how fun the episode was, there was one minor flaw: the mystery, which was mostly a side story this time with the main story being John and Sherlock's reunion. As expected, we are also introduced to John's fiance Mary Morstan played very well by Amanda Abbington, who is Martin Freeman's real-life wife. But the real stars of this episode is easily Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman. They were fantastic to say the least. Not only were they excellent, the writing of the banter between Sherlock and John must be commended. The early part of the was positively hilarious! There was so much fan-service and meta-humor throughout the episode. Overall, the episode was a welcome return to one of the best shows ever made. My full spoiler review detailing exactly what the minor flaw was as well as the other plot details, will be coming sometime in the future when I am certain that most of you have seen the episode. If you live in a country that has not aired season three of Sherlock yet, you can watch "The Empty Hearse" as well as the other episodes by clicking here on this link. Go to the site at your own risk, however it worked for me and the video quality is full 720p. Additionally, I am not entirely sure if the is technically pirated or not. Also, do not forget to check back tomorrow for the Iron Man 3 giveaway!
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