Anonymous asked: The website tie-ins actually do have glaring inconsistencies, most obvious of which was pointed out by h3rring and makokitten about John's blog's timeline. And that time when he wrote that Irene was in his flat when she was clearly in hiding and the episode said that John kept mum. Don't trust the site.
moonblossom asked: Regarding the drug usage - he actually references Holmes' canon drug cocktail at the beginning of Baskerville. When Mrs. Hudson offers him tea, he mutters "I need something stronger. Seven per cent stronger." In the original stories, Holmes favoured a seven per cent solution of injected cocaine.
Anonymous asked: mycroft
Anonymous asked: First: The news clip btw couldn't give any more clues than the show. It is not made by the writers. No extra info. Second: Dont you think it is more likely that Mycroft;s people dealt with moriarty's death? Even covered it up? It was mycrofts fault anyways, and he was involved in coverup of the fall itself (canon), I am not sure Sherlock would have left the body there to be discovered...
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Now look closely here, because you might miss it: There! See it? Okay, wait, one more: Ladies and gentlemen, The Case of the Secret Sexy Nipple Conspiracy
holytriplehomicidesherlockholmes asked: The fact that you can run a very successful blog and it be completely amazing whilst saying things such as 'a secret, sexy, nipple-conspiracy' really makes me happy. Thank you for having this blog! Also, a question. What's this about Vatican Cameos? I know it was mentioned in ASiB, but is it from an actual Sherlock Holmes story? - RJ
Anonymous asked: Mark Gatiss may have just been trolling fans (as usual) but on his twitter a couple months ago, he said Anderson's first name was Sylvia. That's as close to canon as we have so far! Link here h t t p : //bit . l y/Ijy6Cw
Anonymous asked: In response to your received question about Mummy Holmes... It is considered fanon that Mummy Holmes would be best portrayed by Judy Dench (because of her role as M in James Bond.)
maulme-ruckme-deactivated201304 asked: Hey. I was wondering what Sherlock is supposed to be addicted to in the series. In the books Holmes it's cocaine but I was a bit confused in the show. I know he has those nicotine patches but when the had the "drugs bust" Sherlock was staring death rays in John when we went on about how Sherlock would never be caught w/ drugs. And then, he is trying to inhale the smoke from some...
Anonymous asked: ASiP - A Study in Pink / ASiB - A Scandal In Belgravia / The abbreviations... they are so similar... coincidence?
Anonymous asked: Do you know why people call Mycroft's assistant Anthea? Because is a fake name right? Thank you (:
bonjourglow asked: Do you think we'll ever see mama Holmes? Who would best play her? Lady Mirren? ^^
Anonymous asked: Along the same lines of John being left-handed but shooting with his right, SHERLOCK is right-handed but in TGG is shooting at the wall with his left while seated; and in TRF when he first brandishes the stolen police gun - before taking John "hostage" - it's in his left hand too. However, it's in his right while shooting at the sky in ASIB. They seem to be gun-ambidextrous.
daviatorshades asked: Which Sherlock Holmes story was Victor Trevor in? I've been reading them all out of order and haven't come across him yet.
Anonymous asked: What about Victor Trevor? It's in the fandom any response to that character? It seems that some people don't even know who he is...
Anonymous asked: What is up with Sherlock's left nipple in fanfic? I swear to god, every time his nipple appears in slashfic it's always the left that gets a mention. It's very weirdly specific. What gives?
Anonymous asked: Had the writers ever explained why John wrote with his left hand but shot with his right? It is a trivial question but the discrepancy has nagged at me regularly.
pepelisse-deactivated20130328 asked: What's Anderson's first name? I'm pretty sure it's never mentioned (seeing as nobody except Donovan can tolerate him, haha!)
Anonymous asked: (different anon) I have a question about the pills too. Since you say you don't think that both pills are poisonous. The cabbie said something about the game being like chess, and then he moved one of the bottles forwards, in front of Sherlock. In chess white begins, and white stands for "light, good". Could that mean that, since he keeps repeating that it's not chance but...
Anonymous asked: I saw someone ask about both pills being poisoned in ASiP. I think this may be a reference to a movie called The Princess Bride. There is a scene in which two men take part in a battle of wits where one has to choose from two cups of wine. Very similar to the Sherlock scene. The trick is both are poisoned and the hero has developed an immunity to the poison. I think perhaps the scene in Princess...
Just to point out, the Sunday Times article which was inquired after a while ago can be found here ——> http://cumberbatchweb.tumblr.com/post/15100640475/article-from-tomorrows-sunday-times-on-sherlock It references Benedict and Martin’s reactions to the Tumblr fanon. I am honestly mortified that 1. They know it exists and can see all our disgusting fantasies and 2. There are actual...
Anonymous asked: When John thought Mrs. Hudson had been shot, do we know why he went back to Baker Street instead of the hospital (especially since he was at the hospital)?
Anonymous asked: I feel really stupid to ask but could you explain me the "bachelor" reference from TRF?
Anonymous asked: I see people posting from "-AS" on Omegle. Who is that?
Anonymous asked: Really stupid question here. When Irene was asking Sherlock to have dinner with him, was she really asking him to have sex with her? I thought she literally just wanted dinner ._.