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♛ sherlock meme | nine scenes [7/9]
There are two types of people.
Fucking hell I can’t breathe.
This is literally my fourth or fifth time reblogging this.
It’s still hillarious.
#john watson is definitely gay
River Song: It was such a basic mistake, wasn’t it, Madame Kovarian? Take a child, raise her into a perfect psychopath, introduce her to the Doctor. Who else was I going to fall in love with?
I hate delivery services, ‘item has been delivered’ no. no it has not.
The Diogenes Club is one of those key identifiers that form the character of Mycroft Holmes in canon; even the most casual readers of Sherlock Holmes stories can probably tell you that his older brother is fat, intellectually brilliant but lazy, and that he spends almost all of his time in a club full of anti-social types who are forbidden from talking to each other. Well, BBC Sherlock’s Mycroft may be on an oft-mentioned diet but Mark Gatiss is decidedly not “corpulent”, and he may sneer at the prospect of legwork but is seemingly willing to put considerable energies towards running the British government on the quiet, moonlighting with the CIA and arranging aeroplanes full of corpses to thwart terrorist plans, not to mention keeping a watchful eye on what his wayward brother is up to. So in what ways is the BBC Sherlock approach to the Diogenes Club similar or markedly different to canon, and what may it tell us about the character of our modern, 21st century Mycroft?
the progress of benedict cumberbatch (x)
It’s funny because this is probably what went through his head as he did that.