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m0r1arty last won the day on April 12 2012

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About m0r1arty

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    The Great Game
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    The Reichenbach Fall
  1. m0r1arty

    So What About Toby?

    We've already got a 'toby'. It's Molly's cat. -m0r
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    Sherlock Holmes in the 22nd Century

    The actor Nigel Bruce (Across from Basil Rathbone's Holmes) was seen as the 'definitive' Watson for a great many years and many who came after him were modelled on him. I think the idea of a slightly 'tubby' Watson were derived from his very respected time in the shoes. And as for those who remember - well done! And for those who don't...it's alright, it was on Astrid a lot and you were probably outside playing. -m0r
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    Sherlock Holmes in the 22nd Century

    I'll see your version and raise you a century. Bravestarr (Eyes of the hawk, ears of the wolf....strength of the bear, speed of the puma!) This is one actually worth watching: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4_1P9pvDLZI"]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4_1P9pvDLZI There rest of the episodes are below. Part Two Part Three Part Four Part Five Final part It's got everything from He-Man type artworks to My Little Pony on Steroids (Although I don't think Thirty-Thirty was in this story) -m0r
  4. I had some fun with a guy on IMDb who thought that Sherlock (2010) had stolen the quote from Quinto's Spock of Star Trek (2009). I pointed out your above quote from 'Undiscovered Country' (1991) to him and over the course of two days had him realise that Sherlock was the originator of the phrase. Fun times! -m0r
  5. m0r1arty

    How To Request Adult Access.

    What is in the adult access area? I realise it's 18+ stuff...but I can't imagine what that could be. Is it just shipping stories? -m0r
  6. m0r1arty

    New Skin. (Deviant 3)

    Wow! I've just set it to Gradiance and am loving it! Deviant three is very nice but I'm a softy for lighter backgrounds. Many people won't know about skinning - might add this page into my signature for others to change if they want. This forum has all the cool toys! -m0r
  7. This clip from Mitchell and Webb is quite poignant. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pp02ubGuTIU -m0r
  8. I'd say The Mentalist just steals stuff from Derren Brown rather than being a 'take' on Sherlock. House takes a lot from Holmes, for example his apartment is 221b Baker Street, New Jersey. Spock, and subsequently Data, from the Star Trek universe were fashioned on a Holmesian model. Dirk Gently sort of plays with a holistic framework in the Sherlock style. Funnily enough Holmes is often referred to as a reworked 'take' on Poe's Dupin . -m0r
  9. m0r1arty

    Shoot the Wall (A.K.A. The Rant Thread)

    Who censors the censors? -m0r
  10. m0r1arty

    Speculation: What Would You Like To See In Series 3?

    I'd guess that the London Olympics will play pivotal role somehow. Perhaps Sherlock stows away with a Norwegian team or goes undercover in order to investigate a global threat. He's only really done a security guard and a priest with his 'disguises' so far, I expect him to utilise that aspect of his skills further upon his return. -m0r
  11. m0r1arty

    Jeremy Brett

    I enjoyed most of the shows throughout his tenure. One particularly bad one which focuses on Mycroft as the hero stands out like a sore thumb though and spoils what is a masterfully carried Sherlock by Brett. -m0r
  12. Hello and welcome Alice! -m0r
  13. m0r1arty

    Hello Boys!

    Thanks for the warm welcomes everyone! Davina, nice to see you here. I think the persona is the same and it's the username which is different I've enjoyed your thoughts upon the episodes you've commented upon - looking forward to you finishing the rest. -m0r
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    Episode 2.2 ,"The Hounds Of Baskerville"

    6/10 from me. Whilst it was a superb set of nods to various Holmesian trivialities and not a bad go at modernising the original tale it felt weak and slightly overstated in its own worth. Missing out the incestuous/married element from the original and being slightly needless in its attempt to have Holmes chase down facts from an MOD computer which pertain to the case...well....meh! I'd watch it again, it's certainly enjoyable enough - just a bit too schoolboy for me, but that doesn't mean it isn't exactly what a schoolboy would enjoy (Which was the age when I first read Sherlock Holmes). -m0r
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