If they wanted to torture us, they could make the third word something like “engagement.”
Because then we wouldn’t have any way to know if the final episode of Series 3 would be based on The Sign of the Four (Watson gets engaged) or The Adventure of Charles Augustus Milverton (Holmes gets engaged).
Either one of those stories could easily be the end of a series arc and serve as fodder for Moffat’s promised cliffhanger.
And of course the shippers would lose their minds.
I’m thinking SIGN as well. Dunno why, just a feeling.
It’s two in the morning… and I am stupid.
no you’re a genius
Even Jim can’t escape the seduction that is Chocolate Chip. Brilliant use of the Internet!
Cumberbatch a long-term Sherlock? -
We can only hope his Benedict gets his wish to play Holmes for another 15 years! Thanks to @holmesnews for posting on Twitter
Celebrating the return of The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes Granada Series back on streaming Netflix by watching The Solitary Cyclist.
Poor Watson…can’t do anything right in this case save for stopping the runaway horse.
In one of those “just-before-bedtime” moments, it struck me that BBC Worldwide has many apps in the iTunes AppStore, but NOT ONE related to Sherlock! This is a travesty! Such a brilliant show that leverages technology in a unique way should have a second-to-none iPhone app experience!
I hope this is fixed soon. I need some other Sherlock distraction while I wait for Season 3. Heck…I’d even pay for a Sherlock app. I bet Irene would, too!
Sherlockology: Success for Sherlock at the 2012 BAFTA TV Craft Awards! -
Sherlock has just walked away with three wins from three nominations at the 2012 BAFTA TV Craft Awards.
Charlie Phillips - Sherlock (A Scandal In Belgravia)
BBC One/Hartswood Films for BBC Wales in co-production with Masterpiece
John Mooney, Jeremy Child,…
I like how Moffat was criticized by some for “shoddy” writing in BELG. Who has the last laugh now? Ha!
Just a note before the US airing of the Hounds of Baskerville: I will be VERY upset if a certain portion of the show featuring Mark Gatiss is one of the multiple PBS time-limit cuts. Scenes like this are what makes BBC Sherlock great, especially for Sherlockians like us who see the connections to the ACD stories.