Someone needs to tell the writers of BBC Sherlock that chemists don’t just leave colourful chemicals in Erlenmeyer flasks and beakers lying all over the lab unattended.
None of these chemicals are volatile?
Nobody cleaned and packed away the glassware before leaving?
Or is Sherlock the one making Kool-Aid everywhere?
“The worst part—the absolutely worst part of it is that I am so bloody grateful that you are alive, I am not even sure if I care about the rest.” He pressed his fingers against his eyes until he saw stars outlined against the inside of his eyelids and counted in his head, each breath shaky and waterlogged.
We have more in common than you like to believe.
“I love you as certain dark things are to be loved,
in secret, between the shadow and the soul.” (x)
without background music.
please don’t take it without my permission.
Wow, I like this scene 110% better WITHOUT the background music.
One of my gripes with this episode was the overly emotional background music that swelled up at times. Now I see, clearly, why I felt that way. The music actually took away from the gravity and subtlety of the performances in this scene. We don’t need to be told what to feel via music when the actors are already doing supremely good work like this.
I love this. Martin is amazing. Mary is so cold, so unmoved, and without the music you can hear how much pain Sherlock is really in.
#his kink at full power