Anonymous asked: has anyone noticed that when sherlock takes john as his "hostage" when he is trying to run away from being arrested that the graffiti says IOU with angel wings..
Anonymous asked: just saw your answer to a question from about two weeks ago so this is really belated. anyway, you said sherlock is anywhere between 35 and 40?? whoa. the actor playing him hasn't hit 36 quite yet and tends to look young for his age, while freeman is turning 41 and looks older than his age occasionally (definitely older than 37, even though that's what the props guys have it down as), so...
Anonymous asked: So, this is a stupid question, but does the sherlock fandom focus mostly on the tv show or movie?
Anonymous asked: This is really dumb but why did Sherlock point the gun at John's jacket (with all the explosives attached) at the end of The Great Game? If he pulled the trigger does that mean it would have detonated and they all would have gone up? Because I just don't get it! Thanks!
theodoradove asked: "In very early fanfiction (by which I mean 1800s-early 1900s fanfiction, which was totally a thing) Sherrinford was a character often inserted to explain who was the current master of the Holmes family estate, since Mycroft and Sherlock were off being brilliant elsewhere." Do you have references to specific fan fictions that do this? I've read a lot of fan fiction from this period...
dont-kill-birds asked: Why do people call Holmes family members "Sherringford"? I don't know if it's particularly common to Cabinlock specifically or Sherlock as a whole, but in family fics, there's always someone called Sherringford. Any ideas?
fizzyginger asked: Is John's sister older or younger than him?
Anonymous asked: Very often when I see Mark Gatiss posts, underneath them I see "Praise him." written repeatedly. Why is that?
Anonymous asked: Who is Martin Crieff?
fizzyginger asked: Well, Mark Gatiss said he was twelve, so there ya go.
Anonymous asked: In response to that question about Sherlock's age, I think Moffat answered to somebody on twitter that Sherlock was 34, before the second series aired I think. It was somewhere on tumblr once. I'm sure if someone checks the Moffs twitter you might find the source.
kyoto-kun asked: Hi there. How old do people consider the two? I'm just not entirely sure and wanted to know. Thanks!
Anonymous asked: In "A Scandal in Belgravia," when Sherlock and Mycroft are in the morgue after seeing Irene's "body," Sherlock leaves. Mycroft quickly calls John to tell him that Sherlock is on his way, and John remarks with something like "Do you really think tonight will be a danger night?" When Mycroft answers yes, John cancels his date to do... what? What is this...
johanirae asked: Hello mods :D This is actually a question about British culture and the show actually. In series 1 there was a realy currently dialogue of "Jim would you fix it for me", which I thought was basically just Jim Moriarty will deal with it. But the other day I noticed a comedian mentioning a "Jim will fix it" badge, and was wondering if the line was actually a reference to another...
letmetouchyourskylarastin asked: Okay so I'm pretty new to this fandom...okay, extremely new :3 What are some good blogs dedicated to the fandom?
Anonymous asked: Platonic means non-sexual; which would mean they still regard each other as lovers, and are intimate, but don't engage in sexual activity.
Anonymous asked: Are Sherlock and John an actual "item", or is the show heading in that direction? So many people seem to think so. Is it wishful thinking or a legit claim?
Anonymous asked: Hi there! I do have a question, but first I want to say that I ordered 2 buttons from you on etsy and they arrived today and I was SO happy! Thank you so much! You're brilliant. Ok. My question is (and I am SURE it's already been asked), what was the thing that John's therapist wanted him to say in the Reichenbach Falls ep? During his session, he admits that there's something...