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Category Archives: Sherlock
In the third and final episode of the second series of Sherlock, Sherlock faces off against Moriarty. Intrigued? Then it’s time for Mark to watch Sherlock.
I can’t. I can’t really deal with this. I can’t even think of anything to say. We’re not going to be okay.
In the second episode of the second series of Sherlock, this is some scary shit. Intrigued? Then it’s time for Mark to watch Sherlock.
Oh, that title. That title. Tomorrow, let us all rejoice in yet another ninety minutes of Sherlock. How many thousands of GIFs will it spawn? Will our brains break again? HOW IS STEVEN MOFFAT GOING TO UPDATE THIS WONDERFUL STORY? … Continue reading
In the first episode of the second series of Sherlock, there’s so much sexual frustration onscreen that I became sexual frustrated in the process. Oh, it’s a pretty good story, but I was also distracted and disappointed by other things? … Continue reading
Y’ALL SHERLOCK IS BACK. EVERYONE. IT IS BACK. In celebration of the glorious first day of 2012, those of us who have access to the first episode of series two of Sherlock will liveblog the hell out of the episode because you cannot … Continue reading
In the third and final episode of the first series of Sherlock, John is relegated a seemingly unrelated case in a trainyard by a busy Sherlock, who is occupied with a set of potential bombings that appear to be orchestrated … Continue reading
In the second episode of the first series of Sherlock, the famed detective and his partner deal with ciphers (a la The Dancing Men) to try to solve a set of murders that seem to target entirely unrelated people. Also: … Continue reading
In the first episode of Sherlock, we’re introduced to the re-imagined world of Sherlock Holmes, as the characters from Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s original story are thrust into the modern world. And yet, so much of what has made Sherlock … Continue reading