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The following is a list and description of the characters of Sherlock, a British television series that started airing on BBC One in July 2010.
On two occasions in the episode The Hounds of Baskerville, he also appears to suffer from episodes of sensory overload and has minor meltdowns, and fidgeting with his hand after such an episode appears to soothe him.
Also a characteristic of autism, Sherlock can be shown to have a very literal understanding of what is said to him – once, when after Sherlock tells John that he wants to go out that evening, John tells him that can't because he is going on a date, describing it as "two people who like each other [going] out and [having] fun", Sherlock replies that "That's what [he] was suggesting." Nonverbal communication also does not seem to come naturally to him, and he appears sometimes not to understand sarcasm, though he uses it often.
His brother Mycroft, in the first episode, says Sherlock has the mind of a scholar or philosopher.
However, Sherlock is shown to care deeply for John as the series goes on, showing uncharacteristic emotion when his friend's life is in jeopardy or when John comes to his aid.
Sherlock states the highest compliment he can give is saying that Mary deserves John as a husband.
Sherlock appears largely asexual and describes himself as "married to his work".
He seems oblivious to the romantic attraction that Molly has toward him in the first two series.