Also known as Morgan,
also known as Songlin.
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"There are some disappointments, many of them in the look of the thing. This Holmes absolutely loves mobile phones and text messaging. In several sequences the screen is covered in subtitle-style text showing us the messages being sent or received. Indeed, in the first instance we see several phones all receiving the same message at the same time, the legend “Wrong!” rising from each in unison. This might be a pretty economical way of avoiding endless cut-aways to cellphone screens, but it is inherently distancing and will, I think, date rather badly. Score one against director Paul McGuigan."
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Moffatt has pretty much negated every possible sexuality or lack thereof for Sherlock.
Moffatt has said "I don’t think there is anything that suggests Sherlock is gay".
And of course recently, there was the quote where Moffatt said of Benedict’s portrayal of Sherlock: “I find no women attractive, but they’d better fancy me!”
So, apparently he is not attracted to women or men but he is also not asexual. So (as if we didn’t know this), Moffatt is a lying liar who lies, and all we can go on is the subtext of the show.
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