“As for Holmes’s death, I don’t believe that Conan Doyle ever really planned to kill him off. That’s faithfully reported, but I don’t believe it. The way he’s killed off in The Final Problem… well, there’s no body, is there? So Sherlock is obviously not dead. Conan Doyle was a mystery writer, for goodness’ sake! I’m sure the plan all along was to “resurrect” him.”
Steven Moffat, Radio Times (via forevvy)
Not really rage-inducing, but just plain silly. I think Moffat is a little uh… confused here seeing as Conan Doyle hated Holmes’ character and popularity and pretty much stopped giving a crap after The Empty House. I had a huuuge laugh over this.