Although this last episode of Sherlock - Series III is the most successful of the three Series III episodes, it has far too many bizarre, even preposterous, contrived twists and far too many contrived glimpses into the supposedly character-revealing personal lives of Sherlock (and Mycroft) and Watson to make it any more than the best of a bad lot all of which played themselves out in lieu of whopping good contemporary Holmes-Watson adventures told in the best Sherlockian manner as were all the episodes of Series I and II. Ah well. All things, even the best of them, must come to an end sometime, and so it seems has Sherlock. There is, however, one faint ray of hope left us and by no less a personage than the now presumed unambiguously dead and done for villain the deliciously demented Jim Moriarty who was killed off by his own hand in the last episode of Series II. Well, it appears Moriarty wasn't. Killed off and dead and done for, that is, as he now, seemingly out of nowhere, appears for a few brief seconds at the very close of the present episode asking us directly if slyly whether we miss him. To which we almost out loud replied, "Why, Yes!, my dear fellow. We do indeed miss you. Indeed we most certainly do." Was that Moriarty's ghost taunting us maliciously? We'll have to wait to see.