An interesting conundrum regarding Moriarty
I don’t know if anyone has posted this before, but oh well, here goes:
Is Moriarty really dead?
BBC Sherlock and his BlackBerry ~~ I’ll try to do John too but it’s so hard to find Nokia N97’s message picture ::: C ~~
And I didn’t DRAW that phone xDDD I just google it ~~ because I can’t draw it(I try) and I think it fits that the phone is real and my chibi-Sherlock is not ~~ hahahaha Dunno. What do you think? :D
Art by me.
Seriously, does every big name British actor need to star in the new Miss Marple series?
Just watched “Sleeping Murder” tonight, and it was filled with actors who have played with each other on other shows that I have seen.
Above, we have Sophia Myles who was Reinette on DW, and in Underworld and Moonlight.
And seriously, Paul McGann, our eighth Doctor? Wearing an eye-patch?
And then we have Anna-Louise Plowman who also has a guest part on DW in season 1’s “Dalek”. (spoiler: I KNEW she was also the mother!)
And hello there Sarah Parish, aka the Empress of the Racnoss, also in DW, who wears glasses and sings (like she does in Blackpool). (And apparently Parish and McGann have also played together in another show.)
There’s Phil Davis, who was on both Sherlock and Ashes to Ashes.
Una Stubbs, on Sherlock, playing yet another maid.
Funnily enough, I right away recognized Dawn French who played the Fat Lady in HP3. Then I looked her up and found out she was also the Vicar of Dibley.
3 of the actors have also played in Heartbeat, though I wouldn’t have recognized them because I haven’t seen that show for awhile and they played guest parts.
And I looked up Geraldine Chaplin on a whim, and she’s Charlie Chaplin’s daughter!
So, in one episode of Marple I have managed to connect three major fandoms together through these actors. Seriously, can there be any more connections in this world?
sherlockjonesatyourservice asked: Do you have the resources to make a Sherlock/Irene one?? With Jaime Murray out of Warehouse 13 as Irene?? Or Alex Kingston??
This. Must. Happen.
Don’t you just love it when magnificent people talk to each other on Twitter?
(I wonder what would happen if they came over here to tumblr…)
To the year where we lost a doctor, and gained a new one. Where we said goodbye to dear old friends from Fenchurch East. Where there were new residents in Baker Street. And where we learnt about the bonds and divides stairs can provide. I raise a glass of house rubbish to you 2010. Here’s hoping 2011 can be half as magnificent.
So much happened in television this year!