Sherlock Season III - SPOILERS - Look who is back….
I know a lot has happened today, but can we all stop and take a moment to be thankful for this?
Direct link to CV (though it’ll make you do a captcha first): http://www.spotlight.com/interactive/cv/1/m21193
Unfortunately, Sally Donovan will not be back, as Vinette Robinson has moved to California and is filming a pilot for NBC. Best of luck to her, though - it’s nice to see how Sherlock opens all these opportunities.
And that’s the moment I realised how much I like her. I mean I knew I like her but I went with loud “WHAT?”. Best luck to her seconded!
Aw, my heart seriously did just break hearing about Sally! But good for her! I’m eager to hear how her pilot goes!
Siiiigghhh. There goes the only WOC on the show. But you know what? I’m proud of Vinette Robinson and I’m so very happy that she’s been given a new opportunity. I doubt Moffat or Gatiss were going to truly showcase her talent and allow her Sally to grow and be fleshed out into the rich, layered character she deserves to be. So, good on you, Vinette! I hope your pilot is ripe with potential.
Mark: “My hair is dyed to match Benedict’s hair.”
Benedict: “My hair is dyed to match … whose?”
Mark: “To match Sherlock Holmes’! We thought that might be a good idea!”
Benedict: “It’s not a bad start!”
Mark: “Do you think there is a family likeness?”
Benedict: “I do.”
Mark (giggling): “How?! Mysteriously, I’ve got the Holmes nose.”
Benedict: “Yeah, mine’s a bit more flat and snubby and retroussé than it should be for Holmes. They’ve lit me very angularly so I throw a profile every now and again.”
Martin: “They’ve lit me very roundly. That’s why I look round. Otherwise I look very chiselled in real life.”
Mark: “You do look chiselled.”
Martin: “Chiselled out of what? Plasticine?!”
Mark: “Umm, blancmange!”
Benedict: “Polystyrene. … Marshmallow!
Tumblr has turned me into a twisted version of Sherlock.
- Food is optional.
- Sleep? What sleep?
- I am consumed with my need for new information.
- I have to analyze and pick apart said new information until I know every detail.
- I can spend hours without talking to anyone.
- I don’t notice when people leave the room
the kitchen is a kitchen
with a toaster
and some pots and pants
and food in the cabinets
notice the lack of beakers and syringes and microscopes and bottles of chemicals
This broke my heart