September 22, 2014

skulls-and-tea:

deducingbbcsherlock:

see-but-do-not-observe:

Look at how smug and confident he was when he entered the restaurant… But the moment he saw John for the first time after two years he turned into a nervous puppy. Sherlock Holmes was actually stunned for a moment,

that.

Someone gif’d the moment! Thank zeus. 

It was only a split second; I missed it on the first few watches, but once I saw it I couldn’t unsee it. 

It makes a huge difference in watching the restaurant reunion: without it, the disguise scene feels like a gimmicky writing gag.

With it: the scene is a heartbreaking tapdance of nerves and deflection.

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September 19, 2014
I WAS ON MOLLY’S BLOG TODAY THO AND

kinklock:

wsswatson:

falkahaltdenmund:

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- Molly Hooper  02/02/2010 [x]

she’s right, a cat would have been less fuss

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September 18, 2014
meetingyourmaker:

The Great Game (Jim’s POV)
Actual events on that pool encounter.

meetingyourmaker:

The Great Game (Jim’s POV)

Actual events on that pool encounter.

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September 16, 2014

incurablylazydevil:

 I know what kind of man you are 

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September 16, 2014

sherlock-undercover:

Eyebrow games - Sherlock

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September 15, 2014

Anonymous said: Always thought that John's worry over Sherlock's name being smeared by the media in TRF was due to basic empathy, but just realized there's more to it-- He's seen it done before, with another good friend who was destroyed by the media, who became a complete recluse, whose only interaction with people now are getting death threats from them. He knows someone who has never recovered from being publicly torn to shreds the way like that, and doesn't want to see it happen again.

prettyarbitrary:

ceywoozle:

havetardiswilltimetravel:

anotherwellkeptsecret:

OH. MY. GOD.

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why did you

Oh DUDE he HAS.

September 15, 2014

onthelosingside:

I’M JUST SAYING

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September 14, 2014

vaginal-diabetus:

Once again… I can not with this scene.

One of the more deliberate moments where the watcher witnesses the depth of Sherlock’s pining.  Sherlock is referring to John’d romanticism in relation to his blog.. which, let’s be clear, is a blog revolving around Sherlock.  John isn’t romanticizing crime, or murder, or the generality of cases…  he’s romanticizing Sherlock, his mind, his acuity, their time together, who Sherlock is specifically as a man and John responds to Sherlock’s identity by writing about it with great depth and affection.   

Up until now Sherlock has been the primary recipient of John’s romantic attentions.  Not outright physical romance, but something with perhaps even far greater intimacy.  John accounting Sherlock with beautiful sincerity, and genuine respect, his words making Sherlock into something desirable.  (Which in turn, Sherlock returns that same level of romanticism in his best man’s speech.)

Sherlock was probably content just having that from John.  Having love expressed through the safe medium of John’s blog.  Sherlock’s small hesitation and and averting his eyes so he’s not looking right at John, pursing his lips.  His tone and expression is a cocktail mix of regret, guilt over having these feelings in the middle of this event, and internalized longing.  

//cries forever

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September 8, 2014

abitnotgood:

bookaddled:

You know what will break your heart?

Realizing that if John had had any idea that Sherlock was still alive, he would have waited for him. 

One word, Sherlock. One word, that’s all I would have needed.

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September 8, 2014

incurablylazydevil:

I’m you, aren’t I?

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