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You kind of left us on a cliffhanger with the last series.

Will you be back?

(Source: cayya)

bashermoriarty:

Andrew Scott at Lorraine (25/7/14 | x )

cosmoglaut:

We were doing the commentaries the other day, Mark and me and Sue. And you know actually - and we were saying, “Goodness me! Occasionally the plot takes a wander off for about half an hour, doesn’t it! Better remember - better remind people there was a mystery we were solving! - Steven Moffat (at this point in video)

Yes yes that’s all very nice of you to acknowledge and emphasize and all that, but WHAT COMMENTARIES WERE YOU DOING ON WHICH DAY? Are you talking about past commentaries? Please be not.

"I always thought that what Russell [T. Davies] did in Doctor Who was extremely ground-breaking, in a slightly more subversive way than it looked like.

It never occurred to me that [the representation of gay characters] was too on the nose; what he did brilliantly was introduce incidentally gay characters—obviously as well as some more in-your-face ones.

One of my favourite stories is [the episode] Gridlock: there’s an elderly couple of ladies who are together, and it just sort of passes by, and that’s the way—softly, softly.

That’s how the revolution happens, as it were: you just become aware that people are incidentally gay.

I think when the day comes that you have a big detective show where the first half hour was this man at work, and he’s a maverick, and all the usual things… and then we went home and his boyfriend says, 'Are you alright?', [and] it was just a thing… then something would have genuinely changed.

I think the problem still is, [being gay] becomes the issue. I think the thing with gay characters is that it has to be an issue, as opposed to being part of everyday life—which of course, as we all know, is what it is."

Mark Gatiss

(Gay Times interview, February 2012 [x] Full text: [x])

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"[Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss] talk a lot about hiding in plain light. I think that’s a very interesting concept (…) if you use your brain, you can be right under someone’s nose and they don’t know it."

Andrew Scott

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(Source: captainboastalot)

Steven Moffat when asked about Sherlock series 4 at GOTG UK premiere. (x)

(Source: ohgodbenny)

bakerstreetbabes:

Happy 4th Birthday, Sherlock!!!!
A Study in Pink aired on this day four years ago! Crazy how this show changed so many lives! Thank you, Sherlock!

bakerstreetbabes:

Happy 4th Birthday, Sherlock!!!!

A Study in Pink aired on this day four years ago! Crazy how this show changed so many lives! Thank you, Sherlock!

kontineo:

Way fluffier than usual for me, right?  But… I am specifically Inspired, with a capital “S”. 
Derhurr……

kriskenshin:

Cabin Pressure Series 4 Ep 2 - Uskerty

Captain Martin Crieff, Geese and a Ded Sheep <3

Animated durring my livestream! :D

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