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hairoffizz:

noshtsherlock:

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amuseoffyre:

Parallels:

  • Fakes own death and leaves person who loves them to see the result.
  • Makes unexpected reappearance when ‘loved one’ has moved on and is back to health/happiness.
  • Person who loves them goes into natural shock and incomprehension at this sudden reappearance.
  • Person who loves them lashes out, unable to accept the return, and unable to forgive the person for betraying them.
  • Plays emotional games with the person who loves them to get the reaction they want.

The reaction post I needed and was too angry to make myself.

…that’s really fucked up.

And also quite a representation of how Moffat’s writing clearly favors cleverness over being an actual good person, and therefore what was framed as terrible in Elementary (as it should have been) was framed as perfectly acceptable because the plot demands it.

I can’t believe I didn’t realize this sooner.

One of my pet peeves about Sherlock is just how cruel Sherlock can be.  In the books, Holmes does his own doofy “I’m not dead!” surprise, at which Watson faints.  He then takes care of him until he comes to, then apologizes profusely.  I really don’t care for this sociopath Sherlock that Moff came up with.  :\

THIS

AUGH YES, THIS SO MUCH

It was great in series one, because it capitalised on the parts of the books where Holmes had clearly been being an over-intellectual dick and Watson calls him “a brain without a heart” etc, as well as on the typical image of Holmes as unemotional, plus it set up a really great arc about proving how much he’s not a sociopath by showing him starting to care about clients, and, especially, John. But the fact that they just keep persisting with the idea, and then do things like this, is really just — entirely inaccurate, to say the absolute least.

(Which is what makes Elementary's Sherlock an extra level of satisfying, because Holmes can and does feel a lot throughout the books, and Jonny Lee Miller does an excellent job of portraying the simultaneous heart and overwhelming mind of the character. uvu)

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amyyam:

"If you were dying, if you’d been murdered, in your very last few seconds: what would you say?" / "I forgive you."

Edited by Amy Kinley.

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#Rewind back to spring ‘10 when I was complaining about Freeman’s shaven upper lip. #I REGRET EVERYTHING THIS ISN’T RIGHT AT ALL. #Martin “my unfortunate Vitaly Solomin cosplay” Freeman
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pernillabergh:

Mark Gatiss post

*CROSSES FINGERS FOR THE WAX DUMMY*

pernillabergh:

Mark Gatiss post

*CROSSES FINGERS FOR THE WAX DUMMY*

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lostin-myfantasy:

Can we just take a moment to appreciate this picture? Just take a nice long look.
This is obviously John in the wake of Sherlock’s death. He has grown a mustache to make himself look somewhat authoritative, more intimidating than Series 1/2 John.
Also, take note of the long coat and scarf, along with the gloves in his hand; all things Sherlock used to wear. He’s subconsciously trying to fill in for Sherlock, in his own mind and for the people around him who also lost a dear friend.
If that isn’t heartbreaking, I don’t know what is.

i’M GONNA FUCKIN SCREAM HE WORE THAT EXACT SAME SCARF IN TGG — THE GREAT GAME,FUCKIN SERIES ONE ARE YOU KIDDING ME HE ALSO WORE THE GLOVES BECAUSE IT WAS FUCKING COLD AND SHIT, ALSO WE GOT TWO NEW JACKETS LAST SERIES IT MAKES SENSE IF WE GET SOME MORE THIS TIME ROUND
BUT I CANNOT STRESS THIS ENOUGH
IF I SEE ONE MORE FUCKING POST CLAIMING HOW ~HEARTBREAKING IT IS BECAUSE JOHN’S WEARING A ~SCARF LIKE ~SHERLOCK USED TO D—- NO!!! PEOPLE WEAR GLOVES, AND SCARVES, SHERLOCK DOESN’T HAVE SOME KIND OF MONOPOLY ON THEM, AND JOHN HAS LITERALLY WORN THIS EXACT ONE BEFORE I AM GOING TO EXPLODE I’M SO ANGRY AT THIS FUCKING FANDOM
I love angst as much as the next fan, but for the love of god, get your details on John’s wardrobe right

lostin-myfantasy:

Can we just take a moment to appreciate this picture? Just take a nice long look.

This is obviously John in the wake of Sherlock’s death. He has grown a mustache to make himself look somewhat authoritative, more intimidating than Series 1/2 John.

Also, take note of the long coat and scarf, along with the gloves in his hand; all things Sherlock used to wear. He’s subconsciously trying to fill in for Sherlock, in his own mind and for the people around him who also lost a dear friend.

If that isn’t heartbreaking, I don’t know what is.

i’M GONNA FUCKIN SCREAM HE WORE THAT EXACT SAME SCARF IN TGG — THE GREAT GAME,FUCKIN SERIES ONE ARE YOU KIDDING ME HE ALSO WORE THE GLOVES BECAUSE IT WAS FUCKING COLD AND SHIT, ALSO WE GOT TWO NEW JACKETS LAST SERIES IT MAKES SENSE IF WE GET SOME MORE THIS TIME ROUND

BUT I CANNOT STRESS THIS ENOUGH

IF I SEE ONE MORE FUCKING POST CLAIMING HOW ~HEARTBREAKING IT IS BECAUSE JOHN’S WEARING A ~SCARF LIKE ~SHERLOCK USED TO D—- NO!!! PEOPLE WEAR GLOVES, AND SCARVES, SHERLOCK DOESN’T HAVE SOME KIND OF MONOPOLY ON THEM, AND JOHN HAS LITERALLY WORN THIS EXACT ONE BEFORE I AM GOING TO EXPLODE I’M SO ANGRY AT THIS FUCKING FANDOM

I love angst as much as the next fan, but for the love of god, get your details on John’s wardrobe right

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bakerstreetbabes:

Rat. Wedding. Bow.

S3E2, here we go!

(Photos were tweeted by the crew this morning, hence, not spoilers.)

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Well shit.

Can I just… point out a thing I noticed?

"So you’ve got something to go on then? Good luck with that."

Aaaand then this…

"As long as I’m alive you can save your friends. You’ve got a way out. Well good luck with that.”

WELLP.

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sherlox:

HOOOOOOLY SHIT
IT’S SEB

no
no, guys, no
*sigh*
Please look at the following:

Now, who looks more like the sniper - this guy, or Ian Hallard?
Come on, I can’t have been the only person who noticed this. Either Sebastian Moran has been promoted to known international assassin, or that sniper isn’t Sebastian Moran.

sherlox:

HOOOOOOLY SHIT

IT’S SEB

no

no, guys, no

*sigh*

Please look at the following:

Now, who looks more like the sniper - this guy, or Ian Hallard?

Come on, I can’t have been the only person who noticed this. Either Sebastian Moran has been promoted to known international assassin, or that sniper isn’t Sebastian Moran.

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