Anonymous asked: The commentary about the "affair" comes from them discussing the movie Young Sherlock Holmes where a scene occurs where young Sherlock has a flashback to his father being enraged at him and his mother upset because he "deduced" the affair. They were not speaking of "their" Sherlock's past.
Ugh, are you going to make me transcribe? Fine, if I have to.
The Great Game DVD commentary, starting at approximately 9:10:
Mark: We cut down this bit slightly. There was a reference to, um, their mutual strange childhood and the fact that you had, um, that Sherlock had rather spoiled the family atmosphere. It’s gone for time, but in the end I think that might be quite nice. Because we don’t want to give too much away about this. Their past.
Benedict: I discovered that my father was having—Oh, um, uh, can I say?
Mark: You can say.
Benedict: We might not have it later? I don’t know.
Mark: Yeah, maybe.
Benedict: But I can say in this DVD?
Benedict: Okay, well, then I won’t say.
The affair idea may have been influenced by Young Sherlock Holmes, but in the section of the commentary I pointed to they were clearly referring to something they had cut from “their” Sherlock and might still use in the future.
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