“Molly, please don’t feel the need to make conversation. It’s really not your area.”
Above quote is one of the reasons Joan needs to spontaneously appear in BBC Sherlock and punch him in his smarmy face. She’d be like an Anti-fuckwad Fairy. It would be brilliant.
Then Joan and Molly can go out for coffee.
I’m down for this
Molly is a shining star and way too good for this show
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Sherlock AU: Femlock/Molrenelock (is that a thing? It is now) with Lara Pulver as Sherlock Holmes, Louise Brealey as Joan Watson.
Episode 1: “A Study in Pink”
I NEED THIS
OH MAN THIS JUST MADE ME INCREDIBLY EXCITED
IT’D BE FABULOUS OH MY GOD
THIS IS BRILLIANT.
i didn’t know i needed this until now
Now I’m pissed off. Ryan Seacrest has just spoken to Lucy Liu about Elementary.
So they are quite happy to talk to Joan Watson about the american Sherlock Holmes series. With no mention of Benedict, Martin and Sherlock.
You know - the show that is nominated tonight. The show that was such a big success it is the reason you are talking to Lucy Liu because she is in the american version.
SORRY THAT LUCY LIU IS SO FLAWLESS THAT EVERYONE WANTS TO TALK TO HER.
THIS IS THE BEST THING EVER. OH MY GOD. WATCH IT NOW.
I WANT THIS SO BAD
Oh my gaaaaaaaaaaaaaaawd!
jesus h christ.
EVERYONE GO HOME. THE INTERNET HAS BEEN PERFECTED
holy shit they make such a good Holmes and Watson.
now, just cast Lucy Liu as Moriarty and we’re all set.
As all my followers know very well, I am not a fan of Steven Moffat, and a major reason for that is his frankly insulting adaptation of Irene Adler.
I’m not going to start with that pile of bullshit, however. First I’m going to tell you about Arthur Conan Doyle’s classic Irene Adler, forever known to history as The Woman and one of the few people — male or female — out there to put the great Sherlock Holmes in his place.
Putting the whole thing under a Read More because this is going to be long.
… The old wheel turns, and the same spoke comes up. It’s all been done before, and will be again.
― Arthur Conan Doyle, The Valley of Fear