Watson: Do you think we're cut off from the world? You know, neither of us dates, neither of us really goes out much. At all, actually.
Sherlock: We're not cut off from the world. We're engaged in creating one that's actually worth living in, one that addresses our needs entirely and eliminates everything extraneous.
I've lived most of my life with the firm conviction that romantic love is a delusion. It's a futile hedge against the existential terror that is our own singularity. Then I met someone that calls herself Irene Adler, and that forced me to reexamine those convictions. She, of course, turned out to be a criminal.
Watson: Never really discussed how that made you feel.
Sherlock: I feel liberated. I am, now and forever, post-love. And, as such, I'm free to pursue a life of meaning.
Much relatable. That is all.-Elementary, Season 2, Episode 3, We Are Everyone
Back to exams yo.