I just got fluttery all over again.
I just got fluttery all over again.
i walked into health and screamed and the teacher goes “you’re the 7th person today. they’re cpr dummies.”
they’re calling to mother for food
F E E D
On the heels of an incredible night at the Emmy’s with the finale of Sherlock’s Season Three, “His Last Vow,” earning seven Primetime Emmy ® Award wins including Outstanding Lead Actor in a Miniseries or Movie for Benedict Cumberbatch, Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Miniseries or Movie for Martin Freeman, and Outstanding Writing for a Miniseries, Movie or Dramatic Special for Steven Moffat, BBC Home Entertainment is releasing Limited Edition Gift Set this holiday season – the perfect item for the new comers and ultimate fans!
Street Date: November 4, 2014
Suggested Retail Price: Blu-ray + DVD combo gift set $197.50 ($222.00 in Canada)
Length: Approx. 810 mins + bonus materials/ 7 BD + 7 DVD discs
This holiday season, there is one gift that is sure to be on every Sherlock fan’s wish list: Sherlock: The Complete Seasons 1-3 Limited Edition Gift Set, including a brand new bonus disc that features never-before-seen footage, new commentary from Season Three, and interview footage never before released on disc. Starring Benedict Cumberbatch (The Hobbit films, Star Trek Into Darkness) and Martin Freeman (The Hobbit films, Fargo) as the crime-solving duo of Holmes and Watson, the first ever box set of the Emmy ® Award winning PBS MASTERPIECE series will appear in stores November 4, 2014 from BBC Home Entertainment.
This set includes every episode from all three seasons on both Blu-ray and DVD formats, along with the original bonus features released with each season. Additionally, the set features all new commentaries, never-before-seen outtakes, a deleted scene, and exclusive collectibles including limited edition art cards and busts of Sherlock Holmes and John Watson. This is the ultimate gift set to keep fans guessing until the next game is afoot.
All New Bonus Materials Include:
· Never-before-seen Outtakes from Seasons Two and Three
· All New Commentary and an exclusive deleted scene from Season Three
· BBC Archive Interviews with Benedict Cumberbatch, Martin Freeman, Steven Moffat (Doctor Who, Coupling) and Sue Vertue (Coupling, The Vicar of Dibley) from the time of the initial Season One premiere (new to disc)
· “Unlocking Sherlock”: a 60-minute behind-the-scenes program for Season Three (new to disc)
“Sherlock Uncovered”: three 25-minute behind-the-scenes featurettes, one for each episode of Season Three (new to disc)
Exclusive Collectibles Include:
· Limited edition collectible busts of Sherlock Holmes (Benedict Cumberbatch) and John Watson (Martin Freeman)
· Two limited edition collectible Art Cards
"In short the two people who love you most in all this world."
You can see the very moment John registers that Sherlock just told him that he loved him.
those are tears in his eyes
I know that we’ve written hundreds and hundreds of metas on HLV, but just… look for a moment, at Amanda’s mouth. She is a brilliant actress. She knows how to move her face, how to convey a message. Let’s stop focusing for a second on John reevaluating his life choices, and take a look at her. She is smiling, she is listening to Sherlock, “oh such a lovely speech it tis…” and then he says “in short the two people who love you most in all this world.” and she looks up….. and she sees Sherlock, NOT John, and her smile falls. She knows that this isn’t about her anymore. In fact it never was. She knows in that moment, that this was a fond farewell, from Sherlock to John. She knows that this is a goodbye, and that she is the accidental cause. She fell in love with John, and she got him through Sherlock’s death, and hell, she got him through his return… but she just now, after all these months with Sherlock alive and back, she just now can see just how much, how truly, how completely this man loves her Husband… and she falters.
Holy crap, I just had a moment. Now hear me out… please. I had it pointed out to me the other night that it would be clearly impossible for Mary to actually mean harm to John, because Mycroft would never have allowed someone dangerous to be so close to John, with the foreknowledge that Sherlock was still alive.
However, if we take all of that into context and try to make a theme, would it then not make sense that Mary is an agent for Mycroft? I’ve said this before, but I think that it is getting more and more possible, that Mycroft hired Mary to be watchful of the doctor, and then she took things too far, but by this point, Sherlock was already back in the picture. Now let’s assume for a moment, that Mycroft saw all of this happening, but expected Sherlock to finally make an overture towards John? But then it didn’t happen?
If we take these possibilities as fact, then when Sherlock says at the wedding, “the two people who love you most in this world…” that Mary is struck with the fact that she just married a man who was part of a mission, an objective, but that this best man next to him, actually does love John.
Then to take it further out, when she shoots Sherlock, I think that it was also part of Mycrofts’ over all plan. She wanted Mary to shoot Magnussen, since her story was completely quieted. I think that Mycroft let loose some information to Magnussen about Mary. He of course black mailed Mary, thinking that this would effect John, which would effect Sherlock, which would effect Mycroft. But since we all know that Mycroft is a genius when it comes to strategy, then what if we are to assume that none of this was to happen had Sherlock not walked in on Mary shooting Magnussen and then conversely shooting Sherlock instead? If we then take this into account, how are we too take how the marriage would have ended? Would she have just walked away, divorced John under some other pretense? Or would she have stayed with him?
I think the first. But Sherlock messed up. He was supposed to be paying attention to the terrorist plot, and Magnussen was an accident, as the Lady came to him and requested his help. And then Sherlock came at the problem through Janine. Which is whose best friend??? Mary’s. Seems to me like she had an objective, much the same as Sherlock… befriend Janine, and then get close to her boss through her. If that wasn’t the case then she wouldn’t have attacked and caused Janine to pass out with a blow to the head.
Mary is a double agent me thinks for Mycroft. And the baby? Well I think that was an accident.
Hey, are you tagging me in stuff? sweet! I personally don’t consider her face to have fallen here. I think her face remains quite warm and smiley even after her smile dies down a bit.
I do think that she already knew how much John and Sherlock love each other from her comment about how, ‘neither of us was the first, you know’, with regards to John and Sholto.
And if she’s on assignment then she knew before she even met John.
Why she was put on assigment to marry John I dare not guess. It’s not really up my alley. \_o_O_/
occupation: inappropriate friend who makes sexual jokes despite being a fucking virgin
john watson + flirty face
my type of public transportation
“Why were you late in today?”
“Oh, I got tied up on the subway…”
I was always 50/50 on whether to reblog this but the last comment pushed it to like 95/5 in favor.
"What’s our stop?"
"You’ll get off when I tell you to."