Sherlock’s favorite Christmas memories.
//makes inappropriate and highly suggestive cat calls
Jeremy Brett - fuck you very much.
Forever. (Don’t smoke, kids.)
I don’t reblog a lot of Granda Holmes but… yes
PSA: smoking is bad…
Daily sketchbook page 34: 1984 Granada series Holmes and Watson
Jonny Lee Miller is underrated. I understand that the Cumberbatch shadow is nearly as large as that of a 40 story sky scraper, but the man is killing it week after week on Elementary and no one is talking about it. Well, I am, I guess. In No Lack of Void, Miller shows us how he is evolving this character into something so much more than a consulting detective.
There’s definitely a crime to be solved this week, but the real point of interest for me is the death of Sherlock’s friend and dialect coach, Alistair. The character is so promising and one from canon, so I was hoping for a longer run. Plus, the idea of Holmes having a lifelong friend is so charming that it’s a real disappointment he’s dead and gone before we even had a chance to get to know him. Not only are we missing out on the chance to hear Holmes interpret a wide range of global accents, but we are deprived the privilege of seeing how Holmes would interact with someone teaching him.
Martin Freeman feature in The Times Magazine 14/04/14
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Sherlock Holmes - The Speckled Band
Best episode ever.