From a NYTimes article on Sherlock:
Particularly on television, it’s almost impossible to find another interesting crime solver who isn’t driven by childhood wounds or crippling psychological flaws or fixations. …..The flawed detective is so common that it’s become a television cliché.
Almost impossible. We all know the prime exception to the rule, and it’s not Sherlock.
A major thumbs up to that observation, KitchenFoyle! Show me a flaw in this ;o)
Absolutely flawless (and fabulous).