# makeup # episode 6 # eye # search # BBC three We begin the third season of Sherlock two years after the titular character magically survived a fall.
Our favorite high functioning sociopath has been undercover dismantling Moriarty’s network. So when it turns out Sherlock was alive but just didn’t tell him for two years, John is a bit upset.
The reunited duo find themselves locked on the train with the bomb set to go off, but of course Sherlock manages to disarm it. However, the episode ends with a sinister figure watching footage of Sherlock saving John.
The best thing about BBC Sherlock is, that if you can’t choose what episode you want to watch, you can just roll a die. In other words I’ve been thinking of rewatching Scandal in Belgrade.
We learn more about how much Mycroft cares for Sherlock. We meet Irene, who I really want to come back in series three because she kicks total ass.
It is a fun episode filled with lots of action and humor. Posted in Uncategorized Tagged BBC Sherlock, Irene Adler, john, john Watson, john lock, scandal in Belgrade, Sherlock, Sherlock Holmes I think that covers all the gives.
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged Anderson, BBC, BBC Sherlock, john Watson, reichenbach falls, Sherlock Holmes, Sherlock homes I think that we need to talk about shipping. This is a problem in the fandom because if you do not ship Johnson you are in for a world of hate.
“There are people who don’t ship John lock, and then there are people who watch the show.” Now I’m not saying that in canon, or in the movies, or even in Elementary, these characters should get together. Posted in Uncategorized Tagged BBC Sherlock, john Watson, Moriarty, Sherlock, Sherlock Holmes Also a shout out to my friend who called Moriarty Moat.
If Sherlock was dead, we would be waiting for series three of John. That is an image from the actual episode, and we know that that is Sherlock.
She is definitely not afraid of taking charge of a situation and is a gay woman living independently. She works with dead bodies everyday, and I doubt that you do that.
Not even Moriarty and Mycroft can read Sherlock’s emotions like that. Just because she dislikes Sherlock does not make her a lesser character, or less of a strong woman.
And speaking of Doctor Who, I am rather torn up that Matt Smith is leaving. Posted in Uncategorized Tagged BBC, Benedict Cumberbatch, doctor who, Matt smith, Sherlock I have to say that Sherlock AU's are the best.
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged BBC, Jon Watson, potter lock, Sherlock, Sherlock Holmes, teen lock Rumor has it (insert Adele joke here) that series three of Sherlock will air the day after the Doctor Who 50th Anniversary. But we have to remember that after three weeks and a massive cliffhanger, the Shylockian will return to their insane ways.
Perhaps it will be even worse than John Hurt and falling angels combined. According to his creator Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Sherlock Holmes only had one real rival–the French police detective Alphonse Bertillon.
Alphonse Bertillon (1853-1914) was famed for introducing anthropometry to police investigations–a process by which criminals were classified by identifiable physical characteristics–eyes, length of nose, shape of ear, measurements of head. It is a fine story, but the strange case of Will and William West did not end the anthropometric system of Bertillon age.
This eventually happened over fifteen years when fingerprints were considered an easier and more reliable way to classify and identify criminals. Below is a small selection of Alphonse Bertillon’s photographs of real crime scenes in Paris.
Alphonse Bertillon (French, 1853ñ1914), 1901ñ8Gelatin silver prints; Overall: 24.3 x 31 cm (9 9/16 × 12 3/16in.) Due to the COVID-19 pandemic Andersen Library, including the Sherlock Holmes Collections, is closed until further notice.
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