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    Sherlock, reading, driinking tea, thetre, all things geek (except Star Wars{Edit:Except for Churrit Imwe, who is life}), and trying to figure out life.
  • Favorite series 1 episode
    A Study In Pink
  • Favourite Series 2 Episode
    The Hounds Of Baskerville
  • Favourite Series 3 Episode
    The Sign of Three
  • Favourite series 4 episode
    The Abominable Bride

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  1. My favourite Non-BBC Sherlock: Gonna have to say Ian McKellen in Mr. Holmes. I liked the take on what an older Sherlock would be like, and I think McKellen pulled it of beautifully. H/T to Brent Spiner. I love Data! Watson: Ian Hart, The Hound of the Baskervilles. I don't know, I just loved his absolute so-done-with-your-crap attitude towards Holmes. (i guess I like Ian's in Sherlock Holmes adaptions) Lestrade: Eddie Marsan, Sherlock Holmes. Just Yes! Close second is Sean Pertwee in Elementary, but I'm a sucker for anything Sean Pertwee. Mycroft: RHYS IFANS!!! Elementary. Brilliantly pulled off, he is the very embodiment of fed up older brother. He is both cunning and smart and yet, isn't that wise. Honestly, I like Ifans even better than Gatiss. Irene: Idk, uhhh. Natalie Dormer, Elementary, I guess. I do't really like any incarnation of this character, never really done it for me, but this one at least made it believable that Sherlock could fall for her. Moriarty: None. All are pale in comparison to Andrew Scott. 221b: House . I love how subtly they dropped it. I have yet to watch the Sherlock Holmes with David Gareth-Lloyd (Ianto Jones, Torchwood) and Dominic Keating (Lt. Malcolm Reed, Star Trek: ENT) but I love both of them, so my opinion may change. Who knows?
  2. Wow. I just spent probably fifteen minutes scrolling through this.
  3. I have been thinking about this for a while. What if the third Holmes sibling was just normal. When Mycroft says "we both thought you were stupid", what if he did mean the other sibling. As a normal person you may find that Sherlock's complete lack of social skills and lack of common sense com off as "stupid". Also it could have been a jealousy thing, especially if they were the oldest/older sibling.I personally think a sister would be a better idea, because three Holmes boys running around is just to much. IMMHO.
  4. What about Adam Warlock for Mr. Freeman? I think he could totally do it, but maybe that is just me?
  5. I was born in Bury St.Edmonds in Great Britain, but we moved to the US when I was little. I am planning on going back.
  6. Do give it another try! I hated it at first, but after I got over the fact that it was niether BBC's Sherlock nor the classic Conan Doyle, I was able to enjoy it more. I love that Ifans' Mycroft is so well suited to Miller's Sherlock.
  7. Hi! I'm Goodnoght-Vienna. I chose this name because it is the first of the two (that I can find) instances that Sherlock referenced Vienna in the BBC series. I was the first sublte connection I ever made between the first two series and sparked a new interest in the series. It seems to have coe to nothing, though, because I haven't been able to find one in the third. My picture is my favourite jumper and my wellies, because my favourite weather (rainy and cool) I call Jumpers and Wellies weather. (JumpersWellies is my twitter if you are interested in following ;) !
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