Even though John’s therapist says he has trust issues, he trusts and stands up for Sherlock invariably. In the Sherlock episode “A Study in Pink” the first time John joins Sherlock on a case Detective Lestrade’s partner, Sally Donovan warns him to stay away from Sherlock. She has a theory that one day Sherlock will start committing crimes because, “One day just showing up [to a crime scene] won’t be enough. One day we’ll be standing around a body and Sherlock Holmes will be the one who put it there.” She believes he is a psychopath and lacks trust in him, yet John choses to continue to spend time with him anyway. Not long after this conversation, a strange call and a private car usher John to meet Sherlock’s “archenemy” who is Mycroft Holmes, Sherlock’s older, very powerful brother. He asks John to spy on Sherlock and share information in exchange for a large sum of money but John refuses, even though he has only known Sherlock for 2 days. To further prove that John stands up for Sherlock, Mycroft even asks, “Could it b...
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...ost human, human being that I have ever known… Sherlock, for me. Don’t be… dead.” The love John has for Sherlock is clearly evident in this scene. Mrs. Hudson and Detective Lestrade mourn and cope with the loss of Sherlock differently, but each one of them feels his absence in their lives. It was a selfless and noble deed and one deserving the highest honor. In the season three finale, “His Last Vow” Sherlock does another selfless deed for John’s wife, Mary Morstan. She has a shady past, stained with bloodshed and shame and Charles Augustus Magnussen threatens to blackmail her. Sherlock finds that the villain has a mind palace, therefore, to protect his best friend’s wife he shoots Magnussen in the head ending a torturous, uncertain period in Mary’s life. In doing so, he suffers the consequences of murder and flies out of the country, never to see John Watson again.
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