Benedict Cumberbatch on John & Sherlock’s relationship. (Source)
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omg but what if s3 opens up and they just show john sitting in his chair from october-december like in new moon
#about three things i was absolutely positive #first sherlock was a sociopath #second there was a part of him #and i didn’t know how dominant that part might be #that thought i was an idiot #and third i was unconditionally and irrevocably in love with him
I love this and demand more of it
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Taking down Moriarty’s web took a little longer than expected, but London’s favorite partners in crime solving are finally back together again! (“Fifty-three years, Sherlock!” “What?” “I SAID, FIFTY-THREE YEARS!!!” “WHAT??”) Everything happily goes back to normal again, except for maybe a few changes! Mrs. Hudson is still alive, but she’s a computer now (the hip’s doing fine)! Lestrade retired twenty years ago but the duo still bother him for cases all the time! The Game just ain’t as Great as it was back in my day! The Blind Banker is actually going blind! Help, I’ve Reichenbach Fallen and I can’t get up!
Okay, so Sherlock and John have to take two-hour naps in between cases and no longer have teeth, but hey, you finally got your Season 3, so who’s complaining?! OH! GOD! IRENE! NOT THE BATTLE DRESS! NO!
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Guess I need to learn to knit. Source: areyoutryingtodeduceme
oh so now you want Sherlock inspired things to do with yarn? Never fear.
oh look this is back
always reblog the most sacred of eyesexings
You know, I’ve seen this in context like twenty or thirty times. And I still have this initial moment of parsing it as Sherlock having confessed his feelings to John and John being confused because his gorgeous but emotionally distant robot of a flatmate just professed his love and now John isn’t sure how to proceed.
Yeah, I can never watch this without thinking, “Guys, do you understand how close you’re standing and what you look like to the rest of the room?”
Sherlock as a sitcom (requested by sherlockkun)
It’s Britain’s favourite odd couple (“We’re not a couple!!!”) in an all-new sitcom this fall season! What do you get when put together an unlucky army doctor and the world’s greatest detective in one tiny old flat? Anything but domestic bliss! Watch John Watson’s adventures in love, employment and trying to keep his awful
friendcolleague under control when he’s bored! Watch Sherlock Holmes deal with stupid ordinary people, his brother’s inability to inhale without consuming at least 2,000 calories of food, and that creepy IT guy at the hospital (what is his deal?)!
When two flatmates try to make their crazy lives a little domestic, the most hilarious antics ensue! Haha! Oh Sherlock! Get off that roof!
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It’s a Scholastic children’s book, based on BBC Sherlock’s episode The Hounds of Baskerville. No, for serious, it’s a children’s book, designed for use in the classroom. It’s hysterical. It’s full of pictures too!
They took out all the more ‘adult’ things (like the…