I disagree ! He made such a butcher botch of "The Empty House" - miscarried as "The Empty Hearse" on 1-19-'14, that I turned off the set after 32-34 minutes of the 2-hr botch .
Mumbled dialogue, askew camera work, cuts & jumps right and left. He seems to have progressively gotten weirder & weirder in his series, and I won't watch any more of it. I'll read the books.
Were it not for the Closed Captioning, I would have turned off the set after 5-6 minutes, not 32-34.
In the old days, actors spoke clearly and crisply, not the mumbling they do now.
Were I doctor Watson, be it modern day or Victorian London, I would firmly inform Sherlock that he is NOT invited to the wedding. If he shows up, Watson should phone the police and have him arrested & charged with menacing, stalking and threatening the life of his wife (his proximity would draw criminals who may attack and...). That's my feeling.
I might also add attempted alienation of affection, as the fiancÚ expressed fascination with Sherlock.
I have poor hearing,and even with a hearing aide,people still have to speak clearly, like in the old 30's and 40's movies. Now they mumble, curse and make violent threats all the time !