A Scandal in Belgravia is the opening feature of Sherlock's second series of BBC adventures, and is delivered with the kind of confidence you'd expect from the curly haired sleuth himself. There's the usual intrigue, wit and interesting camera angles we got in the first three episodes, but this time mixed with the kind of emotional angst that so many TV shows get horribly wrong. But fear not, writer Steven Moffat knows what he's doing.
This story is really all about the relationships, and includes some lovely moments between Mrs Hudson and "the boys" as well as the intense staring competitions between Sherlock and Irene Adler. This is Sherlock 2.0 with some big stories to tell - I can't wait for the next two episodes.
And yes, I giggled at a nearly-naked Sherlock in Buckingham Palace too.
Sherlock: A Scandal in Belgravia was premiered at the BFI in December 2011, take a peek at the cast Q+A below.
And if you want to get REALLY into the fandom, check out John Watson's blog about his adventures with Sherlock.