To a great mind, nothing is little

50shadesofmattcohen:

OH MY GOD

namara-ashina:

anotherwellkeptsecret:

Happy Anniversary, smartarse. 
January 29th, 1881 - January 29th, 2014.

"Know what today is?"
"If you were capable of paying attention to the days of the week, you would know that today is a Wednesday."
"Oh ha ha. You know what I’m talking about."
"No, sorry, I haven’t a clue."
"You’re grinning. I see you grinning."
"I am doing no such thing."
"Yes you are. Come here."
"Yes?"
"Happy anniversary, smartarse."

namara-ashina:

anotherwellkeptsecret:

Happy Anniversary, smartarse.

January 29th, 1881 - January 29th, 2014.

"Know what today is?"

"If you were capable of paying attention to the days of the week, you would know that today is a Wednesday."

"Oh ha ha. You know what I’m talking about."

"No, sorry, I haven’t a clue."

"You’re grinning. I see you grinning."

"I am doing no such thing."

"Yes you are. Come here."

"Yes?"

"Happy anniversary, smartarse."

via diogenist · originally by anotherwellkeptsecret

heyjohnimholmes:

the-time-lord-of-the-rings:

On set with the fabulous cast of Sherlock.

OH MY GOD RUPERT WHAT ARE YOU DOING BEN WHAT ARE YOU DOING YOU’RE ALL ADORABLE UH STOP IT

muchadoaboutbenedict:

Sherlock Season 3 Episode 2 - Behind the scenes - PBS.org. Click for HQ. [x]

A few more:

via fallingforthevillain · originally by pbs.org

kingmycroft:

zherlock:

Loads of people hate Mary because she “shot the protagonist of the show” but last time I checked Moriarty destroyed Sherlock’s whole life and forced him to jump off a roof and spend two years alone, yet everyone loves him.

this

And you don’t find it worrying that you actually have to compare one of the protagonists of a show to the main antagonist in order to validate her actions?

So I tried to come up with the ultimate Cabin Pressure playlist for the loving fan - this is a collection of the proper versions of (nearly) every song mentioned or sung in Cabin Pressure. Enjoy!
1. Mikhail Glinka: Ruslan and Ludmila Overture
2. God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen
3. Frank Sinatra: Come Fly With Me
4. The Simpsons Theme Song (The sound a genuine Patek Philippe makes at 7 o’clock)
5. Let’s all go down the strand (Have a banana!)
6. The Beatles - When I’m Sixty Four
7. Georges Bizet: The Toreador Song
8. The Platters: Smoke gets in your eye
9. BBC Test Match Cricket Song (Arthur’s ringtone)
10. Frank Sinatra - Fly me to the Moon
11. The Italian Job (The Self-Preservation Society)
12. Ten Green Bottles
13. Happy Birthday
14. Circus Theme Song (Juggling apples)
15. Andry Stewart - Campbeltown Loch (Wish you were Whisky)
16. We’re busy doing nothing
17. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Non Più Andrai
18. One Man went to mow a Meadow
19. Keith Harris and Orville the Duck: I wish I could fly
20. Cwm Rhondda (Bread of Heaven)
21. It’s a long way to Tipperary
22. Peggy Lee - Big Spender (The miniature walked through the door)
23. Ella Fitzgerald - Summertime
24. Dean Martin - That’s Amore
25. Frédéric Chopin - Nocturne Op. 9, No. 2
26. Those Magnificent Men In Their Flying Machines

(Missing: The “Dragon Song” in Cremona, the two songs played during the safety recordings, and the song that plays in the lobby in the Excelsior. Did I miss anything?)

So I tried to come up with the ultimate Cabin Pressure playlist for the loving fan - this is a collection of the proper versions of (nearly) every song mentioned or sung in Cabin Pressure. Enjoy!

1. Mikhail Glinka: Ruslan and Ludmila Overture

2. God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen

3. Frank Sinatra: Come Fly With Me

4. The Simpsons Theme Song (The sound a genuine Patek Philippe makes at 7 o’clock)

5. Let’s all go down the strand (Have a banana!)

6. The Beatles - When I’m Sixty Four

7. Georges Bizet: The Toreador Song

8. The Platters: Smoke gets in your eye

9. BBC Test Match Cricket Song (Arthur’s ringtone)

10. Frank Sinatra - Fly me to the Moon

11. The Italian Job (The Self-Preservation Society)

12. Ten Green Bottles

13. Happy Birthday

14. Circus Theme Song (Juggling apples)

15. Andry Stewart - Campbeltown Loch (Wish you were Whisky)

16. We’re busy doing nothing

17. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Non Più Andrai

18. One Man went to mow a Meadow

19. Keith Harris and Orville the Duck: I wish I could fly

20. Cwm Rhondda (Bread of Heaven)

21. It’s a long way to Tipperary

22. Peggy Lee - Big Spender (The miniature walked through the door)

23. Ella Fitzgerald - Summertime

24. Dean Martin - That’s Amore

25. Frédéric Chopin - Nocturne Op. 9, No. 2

26. Those Magnificent Men In Their Flying Machines

(Missing: The “Dragon Song” in Cremona, the two songs played during the safety recordings, and the song that plays in the lobby in the Excelsior. Did I miss anything?)

'His Last Vow' + wtf

via holmes-boys · originally by deryldixons

switchbladesandsunsets:

no but do you realize that SHERLOCK ACTUALLY DIED THIS TIME AND THE DOCTORS HAD GIVEN UP AND HIS HEART STOPPED AND THEY WERE LIKELY GOING TO GO AND INFORM JOHN SOON BUT NO, SHERLOCK GAVE HIM ONE MORE MIRACLE 

no magic tricks

just one more literal miracle

via starwolf222 · originally by grantaered

thiefshipped:

Sherlock: So yeah, Magnussen is definitely the most dangerous guy I’ve ever met

Moriarty: *punches his way out of his grave* exCUSE YOU bitch

via freebatchs · originally by thiefshipped
Stupid thoughts about “His Last Vow” under the cut (basically me rambling)

collectivecumberbabe:

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Fucking this! Preach it. There’s a lot I’d like to add to this, but I honestly don’t think I’d manage to put my thoughts into words right now. 

Just die, why can’t you?

via cheekbonesofbenny · originally by bullet-fuzz

The only explanation for this scene is (to me) that it was all a scheme. A scheme to make Mary feel safe. Because otherwise - if this is how John reacts to his best friend leaving him for good, going to his freaking death, all just to save John and Mary’s happy marriage, I will be hugely disappointed. 

I don’t give two hoots about John Watson anymore after this episode. I don’t care about Mary and I don’t care about the sodding baby. If their friendship’s become something that can be shrugged off like this, with a handshake, a joke and a frown, then I don’t want to watch this show anymore and I truly hope there’s going to be a good explanation and some real character development in the next series, because as things are now, John is but a careless,stupid arsehole that does NOT deserve Sherlock’s love and devotion. (Yes, he might possibly have severe mental problems, but that doesn’t excuse his behaviour.) Their goodbye felt so off, and I hope there’s a deeper meaning behind it. I hope they both know Sherlock will come back, because that’s the only thing that would make me forgive John for behaving like SHIT towards Sherlock, although he’s acted like this for basically the whole third series, really. 

bashermoriarty asked: "BUT YOU KNOW EVEN IF IT ISNT MORIARTY (I BELIEVE HE IS; DONT TOUCH ME) WE WILL HAVE AT LEAST ONE OR TWO HAPPY YEARS WITH THE THOUGHT HE RETURNED (AND IF IT IS MORAN I WILL BE SORT OF HAPPY; TOO)"

True, yes! I’m just incredibly grateful they showed us those few extra scenes, and wasn’t Andrew fantastic?!

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Mycroft is literally the only perfect thing in this show

havetardiswilltimetravel:

johnlockedness:

constancecream:

221beemine:

ceywoozle:

221beemine:

ceywoozle:

twotwoonebeemine:

ceywoozle:

lilbasthet:

221beemine:

ceywoozle:

okay i know it’s “john’s fault” for choosing them and all…