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PAGET SHERLOCK RETURNS

bakerstreetbabes:

ladyhistory:

From “The Hounds of Baskerville”…

What is this bright beautiful brilliance…

Purple shirt o’ sex…

I actually just bought a shirt that looks kind of like a female version of this. There’s nothing wrong with buying clothes solely because they look like clothing from certain TV shows, right?

the-persian-prince:

7ns:

the-pet-tiger-of-sex:

Best Friend: Mycroft (cake-eating bffs!♥)

Crush on you: Irene

First Kiss: Mrs. Hudson

Lover: Lestrade

Dislikes you: Irene… wait what?

Cockblocked by: John

Best Friend: John

Crush on You: Irene

First Kiss: Jim

Lover: Jim

Dislikes You: Jim

Cockblocked: Mycroft

I am Sherlock Holmes.

Best Friend: Sherlock Holmes

Crush on You: Jim Moriarty

First Kiss: Jim Moriarty […oh..]

Lover: Jim Moriarty [OK WTF IS GOING ON HERE!?!]

Dislikes You: Irene Adler

Cockblocked: Mycroft Holmes

WHY ARE THEY ALL MRS. HUDSON

April 5, 1894, a date Dr Watson forever will remember - when Sherlock Holmes came back from the dead (in The Empty House).

shaddicted:

Source: https://twitter.com/#!/mattias221b/status/187836345132134400

Guys, what if they show the first episode of Sherlock BBC Season 3 on April 5th next year?

bakerstreetbabes:

greenparcel:

for Pec, who said she ships Sherlock/John from the movies but not from the tv series. So to make her life easier, i drew this.

p/s: hey Pec hey, remember that time when you said you didn’t like Kizaru? yeah.

BRILLIANT!

thesullengiraffe:

deareje:

Introduction to the tie-in edition of Sherlock:The Hound of the Baskervilles, written by Benedict Cumberbatch. open in new tab or click: 1234 for high res.

Many thanks to L.H. for sending me the scan.

Benedict is such a lovely troll. You should read this.

CONCENTRATE, Cumberbatch!

finalproblem:

Ladies and gentlemen, I give you John Watson’s real-life arch-enemies: card readers and fences.

Are you there Godtiss? It’s me, Anna.

In the original Sherlock Holmes ACD canon, Moriarty has a brother, also named James Moriarty. It’s never mentioned whether he’s older or younger than Moriarty. So what if they’re twins—identical twins— and BBC Sherlock uses this to keep Andrew Scott as James Moriarty?