Hello everyone, and welcome back once again to Sherlock Saturdays! I know that this isn’t the next part of the recap I promised, but real life has kind of decided to be really not nice in the pre-finals time period and I’m afraid it’s gonna be another week [at least] before I’ll have the recap finished. In the meantime, have a few more fandom goodies to tide you over? I’ll make up the lack with two recaps in a row sometime in the near future. July, sometime?
endodo: For those of you who don’t know already, CBS, one of America’s broadcasting networks, is planning on airing their own version of Sherlock later in fall of this year. ‘Course, it’s an adaptation of the original Sherlock Holmes story with a twist: instead of a John Watson as Sherlock’s sidekick, they’ve got a Joan Watson instead. Also, the entire show will be set in the busy streets of New York City. So Shadowfax, are you planning on checking out this upcoming version of Sherlock? “Elementary,” they call it.
Shadowfax: <cringe> Errm, don’t kill me, BBC fans, but yes. What about you, Dodo? Continue reading →
Hey everyone! Welcome back to Sherlock Saturdays! Today I’m going to share with you some stuff produced by the varied and oh-so-talented Sherlock fandom. Unfortunately, I’m somewhat limited by the fact that we’re hardly halfway through the recap of the first episode, but fear not! I have many links to delicious things saved up and all will be shared in due time. I’ll round off the week’s highlights with a humble offering of my own: a second quote graphic.
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“My companion flushed up with pleasure at my words, and the earnest way in which I uttered them. I had already observed that he was as sensitive to flattery on the score of his art as any girl could be of her beauty.”
– John Watson, A Study in Scarlet, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
Hello~! SF again. Welcome back to Sherlock Saturday! Just a quick note before we get started [since the recap part this week is filled with lots of super interesting stuff]: a quote graphic went up last week along with Dodo’s endorsement of the series. Please check it out!
This past week I caught up to some of the current drama offerings that I had originally put on hiatus when my real life took over several months ago. ‘Course, I didn’t have time to watch every single episode and instead opted to read online recaps for most of them, but I did get a general sense of where each drama (Rooftop Prince, Equator Man, King 2 Hearts) was heading. While I admit that I was entertained and even quite amused with each show, I couldn’t help but feel a sort of discontentment too.