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In the BBC Sherlock episode "The Reichenbach Fall" (S2 E3), why did Moriarty have to kill himself? I know he had assassins ready to kill Sherlock's friends but why wasn't that enough to make Sherlock jump? What did he mean when he said, "As long as I'm alive, you can save your...

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  1. nezhtal

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    Sherlock seemingly convinced Moriarty that as long as he had Moriarty he could force him to call off the assassins because he was willing to do anything necessary, and that Moriarty knew he was capable of anything because the two of them were so alike. Moriarty apparently bought it, which would mean the only way he could ensure Sherlock would jump was to remove himself from the equation, i.e. die. Of course now it seems that Moriarty faked his death somehow, which doesn't seem possible. I guess we'll see how they intend to explain that next year in series 4.

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