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Sherlock, Doctor Who, Cats, and books.

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cosmoglaut:

theoklahomos:

IN ON IT


This Reichentheory made its original appearance on the Watchin’ Sherlock Reichenbach podcast. 

-JG,SJ

THIS IS NOT CRACK! THIS IS TRUTH! *weeps*

It is the truth! So accurate

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Fan fiction is a way of the culture repairing the damage done in a system where contemporary myths are owned by corporations instead of by the folk.

—Henry Jenkins (Director of media studies at MIT)

(Source: quotesofquotes, via canibecandid)

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greent0grey:

Favorite Molly Things Season 3 
3/5 Mind Palace Appearance 

I just love this scene, and not just because she features heavily in his mind palace. This scene says a lot about how Sherlock views these people, how, based on his instincts, he expects them to react like when he is injured and in need of help. And Molly isn’t defined by her feelings for him, he sees her as someone professional. You don’t see her worry about Sherlock, you don’t see her frightened, you only see a moment of her typical quirkiness at the beginning (‘It’s not like it is in the movies.’). And he doesn’t just see her as someone clever (which we could already notice in TEH when he invites her to solve cases). She was perhaps the one who helped him the most in guiding his thought process - apart from Mycroft, but he seemed less willing to help, he still tries to teach Sherlock and makes fun of him when he gets it wrong. (This isn’t necessarily what Mycroft is like, but it is what Sherlock expects from him. No great show of emotions, just patronising logic.) Molly is the first one to come to his aid, and that shows an extraordinary amount of trust. She can and has helped him in the past ('What do you need?' 'You.'), she can concentrate in tight situations, which is vital to him at that moment ('Focus!'), she is perceptive and asks the right questions ('You look sad when you think he can't see you.' / 'So come on, what's going to kill you?') and she is one of those very, very few people who can make him listen ('You always say such horrible things…' / 'Sorry your engagement's over (…)' 'Stop it. Just stop it.' / 'I said… focus.') 

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lono285:

Detective Inspector Sally Donovan’s opinion of Doctor Molly Hooper was cemented the first time they met. For all of her insightful post-mortems, a person who sings “Don’t Say Goodbye” to corpses as she cuts open their chest cavities can’t be right in the head. Even if it is one of Take That’s better songs.
In turn, though Molly admires Sally’s keen wits and instincts, she has little patience for the Detective Inspector’s abrupt personality. Molly can’t help but feel a natural suspicion of anyone who doesn’t even crack a smile at her joke about golf and murder.
But when a serial killer known as The Surgeon starts systematically killing young men, Sally and Molly form a surprisingly productive partnership. As they work feverishly to solve the string of murders, they find that their differing personalities contrast with brilliant results.
Add a shared love for early 90s Britpop to the mix, and Sally and Molly might just discover that, amidst enmity and entrails, their differing personalities also make for a rather brilliant friendship.

I HAVE A POWERFUL NEED.

strawberrypatty:

lono285:

Detective Inspector Sally Donovan’s opinion of Doctor Molly Hooper was cemented the first time they met. For all of her insightful post-mortems, a person who sings “Don’t Say Goodbye” to corpses as she cuts open their chest cavities can’t be right in the head. Even if it is one of Take That’s better songs.

In turn, though Molly admires Sally’s keen wits and instincts, she has little patience for the Detective Inspector’s abrupt personality. Molly can’t help but feel a natural suspicion of anyone who doesn’t even crack a smile at her joke about golf and murder.

But when a serial killer known as The Surgeon starts systematically killing young men, Sally and Molly form a surprisingly productive partnership. As they work feverishly to solve the string of murders, they find that their differing personalities contrast with brilliant results.

Add a shared love for early 90s Britpop to the mix, and Sally and Molly might just discover that, amidst enmity and entrails, their differing personalities also make for a rather brilliant friendship.

I HAVE A POWERFUL NEED.

ben c memeten quotes [2/10]:
"I can’t play the piano very well, I cannot play the violin at all, I can’t computer programme, I can’t paint like Van Gogh can paint, I can’t conceive of the cosmos in my head in the way Stephen Hawking can but attempting to and trying to get close to it and honour something of their talent is a real gift every time I get the opportunity to play these extraordinary people."

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