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  1. Yes, poor Arthur! He'll always be remembered for the part of his work he liked the less! Well, history is a b***h ^_^
  2. I've already read all Sherlock books years ago but I will recommence this week-end: only this time, it will be the first time I'll read them in english btw: what do you think about the other books of Sir Athur Conan Doyle (like the Professor Challenger Stories or his historical novels)? I've never read them and so I would like to know if you think I should give them a try? ^_^
  3. I agree!! I certainly should check my supply of handkerchiefs... I really have a bad feeling for poor Mary...
  4. Thank you, I didn't know that Thats means: someone is going to die! Given his history of killing characters in another well-known TV show...
  5. Yeah... They always say that about stuff that sounds like fun
  6. Just! WOW This was not only good telly, this was perfect!! emotions, fun, mysteries, story arcs to think about (mary, CAM... ) I liked how they put the different little mysteries togeether at the end:: although:I would really like to know more about the "elephants in the room"-case
  7. That's it!! I give in to all the "bad" influence here ^_^ So, instead of correcting my student's papers, preparing my next lessons or doing some completly annoying administration stuff, I'll just watch (*finally* ) last night's episode
  8. Ooh yes!! He was litterally moaning during 2 years cause he had to wait such a long time And during this time, we have watched "TRF" very, very, veeeeery often trying to find out how Sherlock survived So for "TEH" he even accepted watching it in english with french subtitles (thank you internet) although normally he hates subtitles!
  9. And after all, I'm quite lucky cause I "only" have to wait until tomorrow! My boyfriend doesn't understand english and if he'd wait until the french version is transmitted in France, he'd have to wait until september!! Just enjoy your Sherlock tonight and tomorrow (after my 90-minute-pause from my afternoon work someone -who might that be... - suggested earlier), I'll join the "TSoT" thread to play with you
  10. Oh, I'm not cross with you or anyone else who can watch it tonight! But I'm sooooooooooo impatient All the same: Have fun with "TSoT"
  11. Well, in general, I listen to different music styles but there's one band that is really overrepresented on my MP3: MUSE http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lN-QdD31fs4
  12. I have the same problem, I will have to wait until tomorrow night to see Sherlock. But I will be at work until 6 pm so I hope the time will pass quickly. As if mondays weren't already annoying enough without the waiting As only part of my work consists of being present at my work place, I'll be at home during the afternoon... How can I resist wtaching the new episode instead of doing the work I should do? But at least we have a goal tomorrow
  13. Oh, good to know! Thank you Problem: I think I risk to annoy anyone moaning because I'll have to wait until the end of my work day for having my next Sherlock dose
  14. Yeah, I always thought procrastination was a great concept... Lucky you!! I'll have to wait until tomorrow night cause I'm not in the UK Shall I avoid this forum tomorrow all day to not see any spoilers?? Will be hard though... Enjoy this night's episode!!
  15. Me too, I had a great Sherlock-dream last night So it was even harder to wake up knowing I should prepare my return to work tomorrow Motivation? Anyone?
  16. Hello, The Rani Thank you! Luckily no one can see how much time I actually spend to write a post that is more or less correct ^_^ And I think your name is just wonderful!! I can see that we have some interests in common btw: I had a look on your awesome website!! Looks brilliant to me
  17. First things first: thanks a lot everybody for giving me some ideas for my "books I should read"-list (although it is alraedy quite long... ) Favorite classic book: Pride and Prejudice (Jane Austen) Favorite german author: Stefan Zweig (and yes, I know he's from Austria ^_^ ) Favorite german book: Die Welt von gestern (Stefan Zweig) (english title: The World of Yesterday) Favorite children book: Erich und die Detektive (Erich Kästner) (english title: Emil and the Detectives) Favorite fantasy book: Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell (Susanna Clarke) Favorite series (well, there are actually two...): The Thursday-Next-Series (Jasper Fforde) and the Baroque-Cycle (Neal Stephenson) Favorite "Hey, I can be really sciency too"-book: The Feynman Lectures (Richard Feynman) Favorite vulgarisation of science: A Short History of Nearly Everything Favorite "showing off"-authors: Michel Foucault and Sigmund Freud And last but not least: THE book. You know, the one you can re-read all the time; the one you would choose to take with to an isolated island: The Master and Margarita (Mikhail Bulgakov)
  18. Oh yes, this one was brilliant Another nice little wink for the fans, I guess... So, here's another one I really liked
  19. BTW: I just re-watched the episode (with french subtitles so my boyfriend can follow it too...) He always tries to deduce things before even Sherlock can - and he very often fails So there were two people bouncing on the sofa - don't want to know what the neighbours thought It was really fun watching it a second time and I noticed some things I haven't understood before (but that other more clever members of this forum already pointed out!) I think it's a bit of a shame that we didn't saw a little longer version of Mrs Hudson's reaction to the return of Sherlock! I mean after screaming her lungs out, next time we see her, she seems perfectly happy with the situation
  20. Just read this article! It sums up my impressions of "The Empty Hearse" in a good way and you can feel in every line how much it's author likes the show! Can't wait until sunday (I know, thats silly after having waited for two years but still...)
  21. Hello, Lapine -- welcome to Sherlock Forum! Please don't worry about your English. It looks fine to me, and in any case, the whole point of a forum is to communicate, which you're doing very nicely. Thank you, Carol, for your nice welcome and encouragement And luckily, there are a lot of online dictionarys... ^_^
  22. You are so right but I'm so not ashamed of my "seeing DW references everywhere" habit ^_^ And I certainly think that it was not a simple coincidence given that Mark Gatiss wrote the script... Just another little gift for the fanboys and - girls
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