Not dead, just not around lately
Yeah. I went there. Mer: okay so Mer: has the world now seen fassbender’s dick Meg: apparently? Mer: I miss so much when I go away
My contribution to Doctor Who fandom, upon finally...
Relative Dimensions “Time AND space?” “Yeah! It’s sort of like a two-for-one deal. Well. Not really. Anyway. Coming along, then?” “I… But can two people even fit in there?” “You know,” said the Doctor, “I think you’d be surprised how well two people can manage.”
I love that the Periodic Table in Sherlock's room...
drwhogeek10: Probably an ironic thing like the smiley in the living room, or a gift from Mycroft kept out of spite; Sherlock would have no use for the periodic table
Furthermore, we are the worst
Rathany: Meg what if he's going to play Harry Mudd
Meg: fbsjakxlflaksjd you are the worst
Meg: [disparaging comments about how now I need to step up my trolling game]
Mer: Benedict the Ferengi
Mer: I was going to suggest Benedict the Orion but I think he'd really take to the Rules of Acquisition
thepaisleyelf: Can I ship Sherlock/Spock think about it their ship name could be SPOCKLOCK. I am SherSpocked
God two out of every three posts on my twitter feed tonight are about Benedict Cucumberpatch in Trek XII. This is why Twitter is my primary news source; it is probably the only thing that exceeds the speed of light.
I really like Sherlock but if everyone involved with the show is going to swear up and down that Sherlock and John are both heterosexual, then I have to say I really hope future episodes give it a rest with the gay commentary. It’s gone right past both topical and funny and into overkill, and soon it’s going to sound like protesting too much. Normally I like a bit of protesting too...
Is Sherlock sexist? Steven Moffat's wanton women →
applecup: In this context, what Moffat would do with Adler was always going to be interesting. From a certain perspective, Conan Doyle’s character is something of a “proto-feminist”, a woman of great intellect and formidable agency, who, above all, proves to be a match for Holmes. It’s not unproblematic that both author and protagonist respect Adler only because she has a “soul of steel”...