syrusbliz:

Am I excited about the new Cosmos?

Hell yeah I am!

syrusbliz:

Am I excited about the new Cosmos?

Hell yeah I am!

Doctor: I will not be part of an insane war across the time lines.

Master: You think you're not already?

Doctor: I won't do it!

Master: Oh, Doctor, Doctor! Denial's not just a river in Egypt, is it? What have you been doing since you stole that antique TARDIS of yours, since you first landed on Skaro—

Doctor: It wasn't planned! None of it was planned!

Master: —shouting "Look at me! I'm not fighting a war!" while you battle the Daleks all the way through space and time? The Doctor doth protest too much, methinks.

Doctor: I never asked to be part of it. They are the ones who attack, invade, destroy. What else can I do but stop them?

Master: Is that your excuse? "They started it"? No... you can't help yourself. "Not fighting a war," don't make me laugh. Doctor, you're a one-man army.

duckodeath:

But my most favorite thing is the cloak because this can be adapted.  I use it generally in this sort of toga-ish kind of way.  I can also throw it over my shoulder.  But my favourite is the classic homage to Christopher Lee Dracula cloak which gives you plenty of movement.  You can see I obviously spent some time on the catwalks of Milan and Rome while I was training to be the cardinal.  London Fashion Week, are you watching?  This is what we like to do.— Peter Capaldi

The Musketeers is preempted this week for the Baftas, but that’s ok because the BBC has generously made up for us having to wait a whole ‘nother week for the next chapter by premiering the first episode of what is sure to be an award winning series Peter Capaldi’s Catwalk: Paris 1640s edition.

thehussy:

thehussy:

Bernard Black writes such beautiful poetry.

(text from S2E2 Fever, background image from desktop2wallpapers.com)

Happy Valentine’s Day.

Happy Valentine’s Day 2014.

thehussy:

thehussy:

Bernard Black writes such beautiful poetry.

(text from S2E2 Fever, background image from desktop2wallpapers.com)

Happy Valentine’s Day.

Happy Valentine’s Day 2014.

wastingyourgum:

loryisunabletosupinate:

equalseleventhirds:

impishtubist:

misssnowwhitepink:

gravesdiggers:

[x] - thanks again to bakerstreetbabes for sharing
(from the “Sherlock: Meet the Film-makers” event at Apple’s London Regent Street store)

Solves NOTHING???
Yeah, sure. Because Lestrade’s soooo incompetent.

WHAT THE ACTUAL FUCK IS WRONG WITH MOFFAT. JFC.

gfdi i hate him

I’m choosing to interpret this as he wants to look at Lestrade as a character outside of work so he’s not solving anything because we’re literally not watching him solve the crimes

People on Twitter are already suggesting the show should be called “Not My Division”…


So much for that Six Napoleons level of respect (not that we’ve seen much of that since… oh, series one).

wastingyourgum:

loryisunabletosupinate:

equalseleventhirds:

impishtubist:

misssnowwhitepink:

gravesdiggers:

[x] - thanks again to bakerstreetbabes for sharing

(from the “Sherlock: Meet the Film-makers” event at Apple’s London Regent Street store)

Solves NOTHING???

Yeah, sure. Because Lestrade’s soooo incompetent.

WHAT THE ACTUAL FUCK IS WRONG WITH MOFFAT. JFC.

gfdi i hate him

I’m choosing to interpret this as he wants to look at Lestrade as a character outside of work so he’s not solving anything because we’re literally not watching him solve the crimes

People on Twitter are already suggesting the show should be called “Not My Division”…

So much for that Six Napoleons level of respect (not that we’ve seen much of that since… oh, series one).

desperatelypleasant:

Call the Midwife, Series Three Episode Two

The many delightful bitchy looks of Nurse Franklin. LOVING the haircut, girl!

TRIXIE GOT MY HAIRCUT.

gravesdiggers:

The mysterious case of the possible promotion?

Sherlock has got into a bit of hot water with Boris Johnson complaining of “BBC bias” and claiming he was being mocked in the fake newspaper article right at the start of The Sign of Three…

We’re more interested in the top article though.

(You can read the full text of the article here, on our LiveJournal discussion post, courtesy of braisinhussy - but be warned, it’s not very complimentary to our beloved Lestrade).

Several sharp eyed people (JessC among them) have spotted that in the article Lestrade is referred to as DCI (Detective Chief Inspector) implying he got a promotion. (This would be about 6 months after the Fall).

In the end credits however, he’s listed as before as DI Lestrade. So there are three possibilities:

  1. The article is wrong and he’s still a DI.
  2. He did get a promotion… and then got a demotion and went back down to DI.
  3. The end credits are wrong.

I can’t believe he would get promoted after the events of the Fall and before Sherlock is exonerated but that said, the article is very clear about him being in charge (and responsible) for the Waters Gang investigation.

Maybe he got demoted for massive misuse of police resources to a hoax call in Baker Street or when Jones took all the credit for finally catching the Waters Gang in the act? Or worse, maybe when they cleared Sherlock they gave him the credit for all of Lestrade’s record (much like Anderson did) and took back the promotion on those grounds!

Thoughts?

Look, I did a helpful thing!

duckodeath:

Is there still a need for a link for the Crackanory episode with Rebecca Front and Alex MacQueen and/or The Spa's New Year special where Alison (which is to say Rebecca) sings karaoke? 

*raises hand* Yes please! I tried to find Crackanory and utterly failed, so I’d be most grateful.