作者：JM Wong 来源：geekcrusade 2016-01-05 09:53
The episode opens up with John Watson narrating the events that led him to Sherlock Holmes, and like before, is based on A Study in Scarlet. What many might not know is that some of the narration comes straight from the first chapter of the novel.
In Bride, Stamford and John have a drink at the Criterion, a real restaurant that still stands in Piccadilly Circus today. The original stories had Stamford and Dr Watson meet at the very same place on New Year’s Day in 1881.
3. The Strand Magazine
John stops a magazine seller to find out how his latest story, The Adventure of the Blue Carbuncle (a real Holmes story!) is selling because Watson has published his story in The Strand Magazine, the very same magazine that published some of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s most famous tales.
4.”Illustrator, he’s out of control.”
Sidney Paget was the real life illustrator for The Strand Magazine. He essentially created an image of the detective that’s still the defining visual reference for Holmes today. However, the deerstalker hat and Inverness cape that Holmes wears in his illustrations were never actually mentioned by Conan Doyle.
5. Waltz for John and Mary
While Mary confronts John for not telling her where he is, Sherlock attempts to block out the sounds of their argument by playing the violin. The tune he plays is “Waltz for John and Mary”, which he composed as a wedding present for the couple.
6. “My Boswell is learning.”
Boswell was a Scottish biographer whose most famous work was a biography of literary giant Samuel. His name is now a term for someone who is a constant companion and observer, which is why Holmes calls Watson his Boswell in A Scandal in Bohemia.
7.“The game is afoot!”
We’re more used to hearing Sherlock say “The game is on!”, but the original phrase used in The Adventure of the Abbey Grange is “The game is afoot!”
我们经常听到夏洛克说：“游戏已经开始了（The game is on）！”但《修道院田庄的冒险》中的原话则是“The game is afoot!”。
8. The seven percent solution
If you thought that detail was too much, don’t blame Gatiss or Moffat for it because it came straight from the novel.
9. Ricoletti and his Abominable Bride
The abominable bride and the name Ricoletti come from The Adventure of the Musgrave Ritual. The husband is referred to as “Ricoletti of the club-foot”, but sadly the club-foot detail has been left out. Maybe it was too much?
10. Irene Adler
Holmes apparently has a picture of Irene Adler in his pocket watch, which may not be very far off from the literary canon. At the end of A Scandal in Bohemia, the detective asks for a picture of her as payment for his services.