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Love it, though.
He looks so sexy and ruffled. Do want.
Dishevelled. Apparently, that`s sexy (so I was told).
Dishevelled is often sexy. Tousled is also acceptable occasionally.
Hell, shipping them would be so unmitigatedly easy, you know?
Forget the phone call, forget the fall, forget John alone at Baker Street.
This is what broke me.
This change in demeanour, the nod of “get yourself into check, soldier on” and the military turn, is John: destroyed.
This is whitewashed John, boring John, bored John…John Before Sherlock.
Except now it’s John After Sherlock, and he knows exactly what (who) he is missing.
I gasped at this bit.
I whimpered at this bit and frantically reached for another tissue. Or tablecloth.
LESS THAN A YEAR, GODDAMIT
I love how the only person John is able to properly deduce and know what they are thinking is Sherlock.
Mark really established their bond in this episode. Another reason why it’s definitely my favourite so far.
I really like Sherlock’s hesitant “sentiment?” here, it’s such a neat callback to Scandal. Others may call it closeness, regard, fondness, amity, love - Sherlock calls it sentiment. It’s like his go-to noun for the inexplicable, fuzzy-warm feeling that makes him do stupid things sometimes.
“The Proper Use of Intonation When You Want Something Very Difficult from Your English-Government-Itself Brother”
Repeat after Sherlock.
English Phonetics Class No 5: Enunciation of Phrases
Martin Freeman, you win at life.
That pout looks Martin-Freeman-inspired.
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