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Molly always had a thing for Sherlock. There are those that still wish they’d get together, and I’m not just talking about Tumblr; Anderson didn’t just dream of an elaborate death-faking from Sherlock, he also imagined a passionate embrace between him and Miss Hooper. As Molly finally gets over her crush on the high-functioning sociopath, she cites the ideals of her new life; a dog, she met his parents, and they go to the pub. Sure enough, we were to meet Sherlock’s parents just later on that very episode; they’re actually Benedict Cumberbatch’s parents, by the way, in case you’ve not seen the internet’s excitement over that. In ‘The Sign of Three’, we were to see John’s ill-fated stag night, and incidentally, Sherlock in a pub, and by the end of Series 3, we’d seen that Sherlock had a dog when he was younger. So after taking time to get over Sherlock Holmes, Molly actually gives three examples of things that she could have had with him after all. It’s a wonderfully subtle piece of foreshadowing for the series, and a twinkle of hope, for any fan who hopes those do will eventually get it together.

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