things that say a lot about a person
- their favourite character
- the lyrics they write on their hands
- the colours they wear
- which murder weapon they prefer
- how they make their tea
• the way they spell ‘color’
One of my favourite things about the unaired pilot is that we get to see how much more uncertain John is about the whole thing with Sherlock, but somehow also manages to make the situation more real than what is shown in ASiP. You can pinpoint the exact moment he decides that this is what he wants. You can see his hesitation until the moment he sees the word ‘dangerous’ and that is what makes him go.
What Sally didn’t know, was that John gets off on this too.
In which John surprises Sherlock with his badassery.
Last two GIFs you can watch Sherlock’s brain melt. Down, boy.
I love it when Sherlock has those private little hot flashes.
I love that all through the car ride, through St. Bart’s, a taxi ride home, the interaction with Anderson and Mycroft and Jeanine, John had a ten-inch tyre lever down his pants and no one, not even Sherlock, noticed the difference.
Hmmmmmm. “He’s always walked like that.” Indeed. ;-)