Video 22 Apr 366 notes
Photo 22 Apr 144 notes The problem with not getting DVD commentary for The Reichenbach Fall is we may never know whether or not this guy had a bowl in his lap.

The problem with not getting DVD commentary for The Reichenbach Fall is we may never know whether or not this guy had a bowl in his lap.

Video 22 Apr 174 notes

amazingsprinkle:

re-make of this

"Don’t make people into heroes, John. Heroes don’t exist, and if they did, I wouldn’t be one of them."

via .
Link 18 Apr 20 notes For anyone who's curious, these were the rules to tonight's alcohol-optional TRF drinking game»

(about the game)

If anyone’s thinking of playing with these rules on their own, PLEASE switch to water after a little while because otherwise it’s all a bit much. Even when you start with something innocuous like juice. (There are so many newspapers!)

Team Mind was pretty out of it by the time we left Kitty’s flat, but Team Heart got demolished in the fall. So both teams lost. Or won. Either way.

And if you were there tonight but had to leave before you could science-out the level of intoxication you would’ve reached had you actually been drinking alcohol, here are the links we used:

Since we made it through the game with no major disasters, we might just do this again sometime with another episode. In the meantime, the schedule for the rest of this month’s “normal” Sherlockian watchalongs is here.

Link 18 Apr 13 notes Chat is open for The Reichenbach Fall Alcohol 100% Optional Drinking Game & Watchalong»

We’re doing something a little different tonight. Full details & list of what you need to bring here.

We’ll “officially” start gathering for the game at 8:30 pm US Eastern time (convert to your time) and go over the rules, etc., before starting the watchalong.

Video 18 Apr 19 notes

Friendly reminder that this is happening in The Giant Chat of Sumatra tonight at 8:30 p.m. US Eastern time (click for your local time).

See this post for more info and the list of what you need to bring.

The chat room will be closed for a while this afternoon, but will reopen about a half hour before the start time.

Video 17 Apr 722 notes

holmesworthy:

your friends will die if you don't // 
your death is the only thing that's gonna call off the killers
Link 16 Apr 60 notes Chat is open for the Sherlockian Wednesday Watchalong»

We’re watching The Reichenbach Fall and chatting about it live tonight at 8:30 pm U.S. Eastern time (convert to your local time).

Grab your copy of the episode and join us! All Holmes fans are welcome, even if you’ve just stumbled across this post in the tags.

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IMPORTANT: Tonight is not the drinking game version of TRF. That’s on Friday. You can pick your preferred watchalong, or come to both. It’s all fine. 

Photo 16 Apr 21 notes Sherlockian Wednesday Watchalong
The Reichenbach Fall
We’re watching The Reichenbach Fall and chatting about it live tonight at 8:30 pm US Eastern time (click for your local date/time).
IMPORTANT: Tonight is not the drinking game version of TRF. That’s on Friday. You can pick your preferred watchalong, or come to both. It’s all fine. 
Anyone is welcome to join us, even if you’re just seeing this randomly out in the tags. All you need to bring is your own copy of the episode to watch.
See you this evening in The Giant Chat of Sumatra!

Sherlockian Wednesday Watchalong

The Reichenbach Fall

We’re watching The Reichenbach Fall and chatting about it live tonight at 8:30 pm US Eastern time (click for your local date/time).

IMPORTANT: Tonight is not the drinking game version of TRF. That’s on Friday. You can pick your preferred watchalong, or come to both. It’s all fine. 

Anyone is welcome to join us, even if you’re just seeing this randomly out in the tags. All you need to bring is your own copy of the episode to watch.

See you this evening in The Giant Chat of Sumatra!

Video 15 Apr 788 notes

THE REICHENBACH FALL ALCOHOL 100% OPTIONAL DRINKING GAME & WATCHALONG

When: Friday, April 18 at 8:30 pm US Eastern time (convert to your date/time)

Where: The Giant Chat of Sumatra

Bring:

  • A copy of BBC Sherlock episode The Reichenbach Fall.
  • A graduated cylinder, kitchen measuring cup, or other measury-type thing to drink from.
  • The beverage of your choice, which totally doesn’t have to be alcoholic. Water, soda, tea—whatever shakes your boat!

Ah, the fandom drinking game. A fun idea, but not everybody drinks alcohol, so it’s hard to play with a large group. UNTIL NOW. Sherlock fans have been given an unprecedented opportunity to let everybody play and stay true to the show…

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…because SCIENCE.

Bring anything you’d like to drink, play the game, and at the end of the night we’ll science it up so hard and work out whether you’d have gotten a little tipsy or needed Lestrade to bail you out of jail if you’d actually been drinking alcohol.

Anyone who likes the show is invited, even if you’ve never been to a watchalong before. (And there’s also a “normal” Reichenbach watchalong on Wednesday the 16th if you’d rather do it that way. Or come to both! Both is good.)

Text 14 Apr 34 notes Mark your calendars and find your graduated cylinders!*

A “proper” announcement post will go up tomorrow, but: The Reichenbach Fall Alcohol-Optional Drinking Game & Watchalong will be held on Friday, April 18, at 8:30 pm US Eastern time in The Giant Chat of Sumatra. (Convert to your time zone.)

If you don’t like the date and time chosen, sorry, but we took a vote. There will be more silly things to do at various times in the future, so watch my tag for updates.

And if you don’t want to have anything to do with this particular type of silliness, there’s a “regular” Reichenbach watchalong at the usual time on Wednesday. Pick the version you prefer, or come to both. Whatever shakes your boat.

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*Actually not kidding about the graduated cylinders. But a regular kitchen measuring cup will also do the job. You’ll see.

Video 13 Apr 374 notes
"But not the sort who'd fix your heating?"
"No, the sort who'd plant a bomb or stage an assassination, but
I'm sure he'd make a pretty decent job of your boiler."
Video 12 Apr 232 notes

One more post about the “missing” fall solution footage so everyone’s on the same page, and then we need to move on for a while.

See those pictures up there? Those are all the shots from The Empty Hearse that showed Molly at the real St. Bart’s.

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Text 12 Apr 55 notes

Anonymous asked: >Though I say “almost” because the footage they shot of her on that day has mysteriously never appeared, just like the rest of the fall solution footage they filmed during Reichenbach. It was not used in The Empty Hearse. They filmed false footage so setlock wasn't accurate.

I wasn’t referring to the fake stuff they filmed last year. I was talking about the extra shots they did as they filmed Reichenbach.

We’ve worked out how Sherlock survives, and actually shot part of what really happened.

Steven Moffat, January 2012 (aka just after Reichenbach originally aired)

And we know he wasn’t lying about filming extra stuff, because if he was then Louise Brealey wouldn’t have been there in costume at that time.

Setlock wasn’t setlock back then. Seriously, just try to find as many photos as you can of them filming the original fall for Reichenbach. I bet the total number will be less than the number of photos you can find of just Martin lying on the ground during Empty Hearse filming.

The footage I’m talking about isn’t plastered all over the web, and we currently have no reason to believe any of it was filmed as a red herring. (You could argue that they totally changed their minds about the solution and threw the old stuff out, but given the preponderance of the evidence I say they’re saving it for the true explanation to be seen in Series 4.)

Video 12 Apr 345 notes

Anderson: Molly? Molly Hooper? She was in on it?
Sherlock: Yes, you remember the little girl who was abducted by Moriarty? You assumed she reacted like that because I was her kidnapper. But I deduced Moriarty must’ve found someone who looked very like me to plant suspicion. And that that man, whoever he was, had to be got out of the way as soon as his usefulness ended. That meant there was a corpse in a morgue somewhere that looked just like me.
Anderson: Clever.
Sherlock: Molly found the body, faked the records, and I provided the other coat.

Sherlock, you are such a lying liar.

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