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mu5icliz:

danglingthpider:

crestfallenmeerkat:

differentfromtherest:

Benedict’s great acting: What’s more depressing than the lead actor not incorporating the character well? It makes the show bad, doesn’t it? That’s not the case here, not at all. Benedict doesn’t simply act like Sherlock Holmes, he brings the already amazing character to a whole new level. That’s great acting there, purely. 
Johnlock: Are you a slash shipper? Do you like to form gay couples in your fandoms? Don’t worry, here they’ll do it for you. Not only interpretations of fans, but the script itself leads to a ship. And it’s great, whether taken as a love affair or a bromance. Flawless.
Trolling by J. Moriarty: Not only your usual villain. He’s more than that. The ultimate troll, the bad guy who’ll make even the best spectator doubt their previous thoughts. And he’s a huge troll, like really.
Mark Gatiss: Pure awesomeness in human form. He’s gonna make you go crazy, cry and laugh wth his scripts. But also with his brilliant acting as Mycroft Holmes. I mean, really brilliant. Gatiss is a god, period.
London: The best TV show ever is set on the best city ever. London is great and perfect for the set of a series about a detective. The show has taken this concept and transformed it pretty well to adapt to modern London. Worth paying attention to simply see how the place is essential when constructiing a story.
With patience, comes greatness: Oh, so you hate when your tv show is on hiatus? *insert condescending willy wonka here* Tell me more about how long three months take to pass. No, seriously, you don’t know how hard hiatuses are until you’ve watched a british TV show. Especially Sherlock. The last episode aired January 2012. The next probably only late this year. But hey, it won’t be boring, not at all. I swear, the hiatus makes the fans go crazy and bring their own creativity to work. We lack new official stuff, but never fandom-made stuff.
The best fandom ever:  Are you tired of your usual fandom? It’s understandable, they’re mostly annoying with time and long discussions. However, here, we take greatness to a whole new level. People are kinder, more comprehensive, more patient (see why above), sweeter. We’re crazy about our love, yet rational when debating. It’s unusual and nice. 
Too many emotions: We’re insane. I mean, imagine a fandom tumblr dominates. A bunch of girls crying over a shipping scene? Hot guys making us swoon? Mysterious stories being talked about nonstop? Yeah, all that. And more. Seriously, it’s like a tumblr society, where emotional reactions are valued and it will enhance your watching-the-show experience.
So that’s it. A fangirl list of reasons on why people need to join the Sherlockians.

mu5icliz:

danglingthpider:

crestfallenmeerkat:

differentfromtherest:

  • Benedict’s great acting: What’s more depressing than the lead actor not incorporating the character well? It makes the show bad, doesn’t it? That’s not the case here, not at all. Benedict doesn’t simply act like Sherlock Holmes, he brings the already amazing character to a whole new level. That’s great acting there, purely. 
  • Johnlock: Are you a slash shipper? Do you like to form gay couples in your fandoms? Don’t worry, here they’ll do it for you. Not only interpretations of fans, but the script itself leads to a ship. And it’s great, whether taken as a love affair or a bromance. Flawless.
  • Trolling by J. Moriarty: Not only your usual villain. He’s more than that. The ultimate troll, the bad guy who’ll make even the best spectator doubt their previous thoughts. And he’s a huge troll, like really.
  • Mark Gatiss: Pure awesomeness in human form. He’s gonna make you go crazy, cry and laugh wth his scripts. But also with his brilliant acting as Mycroft Holmes. I mean, really brilliant. Gatiss is a god, period.
  • London: The best TV show ever is set on the best city ever. London is great and perfect for the set of a series about a detective. The show has taken this concept and transformed it pretty well to adapt to modern London. Worth paying attention to simply see how the place is essential when constructiing a story.
  • With patience, comes greatness: Oh, so you hate when your tv show is on hiatus? *insert condescending willy wonka here* Tell me more about how long three months take to pass. No, seriously, you don’t know how hard hiatuses are until you’ve watched a british TV show. Especially Sherlock. The last episode aired January 2012. The next probably only late this year. But hey, it won’t be boring, not at all. I swear, the hiatus makes the fans go crazy and bring their own creativity to work. We lack new official stuff, but never fandom-made stuff.
  • The best fandom ever:  Are you tired of your usual fandom? It’s understandable, they’re mostly annoying with time and long discussions. However, here, we take greatness to a whole new level. People are kinder, more comprehensive, more patient (see why above), sweeter. We’re crazy about our love, yet rational when debating. It’s unusual and nice. 
  • Too many emotions: We’re insane. I mean, imagine a fandom tumblr dominates. A bunch of girls crying over a shipping scene? Hot guys making us swoon? Mysterious stories being talked about nonstop? Yeah, all that. And more. Seriously, it’s like a tumblr society, where emotional reactions are valued and it will enhance your watching-the-show experience.

So that’s it. A fangirl list of reasons on why people need to join the Sherlockians.

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justonelasttrick

justonelasttrick:

aj-watson:

heyassbuttyourethepotatoone:

The first time you see it, it can hit you really hard, especially since Sherlock is on a total roll and John delivers the line “please God, let me live” in a way where you can be forgiven for not being sure if it’s serious or snark. It apparently has the same effect on Sherlock, as well.

We never do get any details on how Captain John Watson of the Fifth Northumberland Fusiliers was wounded in action. But from this exchange alone, it’s clear the situation was extremely serious. He was badly wounded, nearly died, and developed PTSD- Sherlock had himself earlier pointed out that the original circumstances of John’s injury must have been ‘traumatic’, and he meant emotionally traumatic, not just violent and painful. The blunt earnestness of John’s response even trips up Sherlock for a second or two, and he’s just been ranting and raving about not understanding why a woman would care about her stillborn baby after fourteen years. This also works as a tearjerker in hindsight if you recall ‘Please God, let me live’ whenever John is genuinely in physical danger elsewhere in the series.

Pretty much everyone in the room agrees that in your last moments, you would think about the people you love the most. John apparently had no one to think about when he was close to dying. He really must have been lonely even before he returned from Afghanistan.

I hate you for making this post because it’s the best I’ve read on this subject and it hurts.

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steegeschnoeber:

lumos5000:

bakerstreetbabes:

beam-me-up-broadway:

Vatican Cameos, ladies and gentlemen.

Wasn’t sure if I should reblog this or not, because there’s no source for this information, but interesting if it is true.

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It was also Johns genius in realizing that he had to aply this code in a situation where you would not normal expect it. Kudos to John, everyone.