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Here is how Twitter reacted to last night's episode of Sherlock

No spoilers, no cry.

ACCORDING TO OVERNIGHT data, Sherlock on BBC One returned to huge ratings on New Year’s Day.

The third series premiere opened to an average 9.18 million viewers in its 9pm slot, a big gain on its second and first season openers.

But enough about that. What did the internet think? A lot, as it turns out.


That opening…

The twists and turns

Plenty of shocks

Being kept up late

The flaws

Being completely, utterly trolled by the writers

No, really, they were trolling us

There might have been a touch of #Sherlock over-saturation

And for those who were feeling a bit left out, a foolproof faker’s guide…

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