So here’s my thinking. How many of us watched A Study in Pink and, when the cabbie announced that there was a good bot’le and a bad bot’le, IMMEDIATELY thought of Princess Bride?
Raise those hands, folks, don’t lie.
We’re already going mad (okay, everyone but…
reblogging for that first pic
I want like
Mary to be super badass and able to be just as snarky as Sherlock and totally gain his respect in being able to backsass him while John is all “that’s my girl~”
and then, once Sherlock has realized she’s not the devil, he agrees to bring her on cases
and they all fight crime
and are an awesome team of awesomeness.
The Impossible Astronaut/
The Wedding Of River Songvs The Reinchenbach Fall
you do of course realise the natural conclusion as to how the reunion is going to go down now
John will shoot him with a water pistol on Christmas?
Rat. Wedding. Bow.
Oh. My. God.
This is a thing that is good.
all my fandoms are collapsing i can’t anymore
OKAY I ACTUALLY THOUGHT ABOUT THIS ON MY WALK TO WORK BUT WAS LIKE ‘NAH, THAT’S TOO SILLY’
I SHOULD HAVE KNOWN.
I just had a horrible revelation.
Remember how for season two, the words each had “the” before them?
The Woman. The Hound. The Fall.
For season three, it could be “his” instead.
His Rat. His Wedding. His Bow.
As in Moriarty’s rat. John’s wedding. Sherlock’s bow.
I’ve this headcanon for a while, but it suddenly seems relevant:
Instead of moping around after Reichenbach, John decided to spend a lot of his spare time in the wonderfully mind-occupying work of fixing up 221C as a favor for Mrs. Hudson. By the time he’d finish, Sherlock had returned and John had fallen in love with Mary Morstan. Mary and John got married and moved into the basement flat, so they had the privacy and separation they needed while still being just a few floors away from Sherlock. Soon, the barriers between the 3 different apartments disintegrated. Mary and Mrs. Hudson became best friends, John continued helping Sherlock solve crimes, and Mary figured out how to handle Sherlock even better than the others could. Now they’re all one big, happy family.
- Playing the violin
- An article of clothing
- A weapon
- Riding on a ship
- The end
Unfortunately for us (the Sherlock fandom), Steven Moffat has a pretty decent grip on the English language, which inevitably results in our insanity.