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Barack Obama and Sherlock . . . a period in time.
With the Obama presidency coming to an end this week and harsh headlines of all sorts making it look like BBC's Sherlock might not even want to return, one has to wonder if we might be looking at the end of an era in a lot of ways. Both had their haters, an...
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Day three of the happy Holmes hog.
Upon seeing so many descriptions of what a "mess" Sherlock 's season four closer was, I'm starting to feel like a hog in a mudhole on a sunny day. (Sorry, fellow Peorians, that metaphor will surely give distant friends more of that rural cornfield impressio...
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It's all warm fuzzies in Sherlock Peoria.
Before diving into the post- Sherlock finale reactions on the web, I have to ask myself this question: While everyone seems to know a James Bond thing or two, how many of those commenting are going to recognize a Batman story when they see it? The Joker loc...
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Forgiveness and patience.
As we roll into the last episode of BBC Sherlock season four, which I have been completely enjoying, it occurs to me that there is a reason I'm enjoying television so much of late. Just look at the culprits: Steven Moffat, born in 1961, currently fifty-five...
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Canon 2.0. Sherlockians 2.0.
Reading and listening to reactions to the fourth season of Sherlock has been a real roller coaster, and that is as it should be. Art, at its most powerful, is a disruptive, affecting thing which communicates something one didn't have in one's head before. I...
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Screams.
I really enjoy a particular Three Patcher on Twitter, one Caroline/ avawtsn . And she was screaming today. I've come to trust Caroline's opinion on some subjects, and, as I wrote, she was screaming today. As much as one can scream on Twitter, that is. And m...
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Who's skewing who?
In the wake of the latest Sherlock finale, there has been a good amount of post-game analysis, mostly by those who think their favorite team lost. Blame has been cast a few directions -- Mary Watson, the fans, that "James Bond" business . . . but in ponderi...
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Playing with Euros is a beautiful thing.
Tonight, I got to see Sherlock 's "The Final Problem" the way it should be seen. In a theater, with the lights low and one's complete attention to the big actors on the big screen. And, as with the best movies, just giving one's self over to its spell. Befo...
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The Elementary alternative.
With all the sturm und drang around the new season of BBC Sherlock,  a few loyal souls who remember CBS's Elementary  exists have piped up and suggested that ongoing procedural as a comfy alternative to the more controversial and star-powered offering. And ...
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Whose last vow?
With the plotting of BBC's Sherlock  revolving hard around a vow Sherlock Holmes makes, so important that it's even featured in the title "His Last Vow," it made me wonder if the Original Canon Sherlock Holmes ever made any sort of vows. A quick word search...
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Fanboy apologies after a Sherlock high.
Well, since I can't sleep for thinking about last night's Sherlock offering anyway, I think I'll take this opportunity to apologize to anyone who might not have found the latest episode a high-inducing drug and taken my swear-y reaction personally. I have e...
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The appetizer wasn't night owl.
Last week's warm-up to Sunday night's new Sherlock was a lovely Vienna symphony performance. All class and culture. This week? Well, who has more class and old world culture than the high council of vampires and their intrigues? And Lara Pulver, the woman o...
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Sherlockian chronologist. Amateur piemaker. Enhanced reality outrider.
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Author of The Elementary Methods of Sherlock Holmes, Sherlock and the Ladies, and The Armchair Baskerville Tour. Former publisher of The Holmes & Watson Report, The Dangling Prussian, and a whole lot of obscure, collectable little things on our boy Sherlock. Also has contended that Sherlock Holmes could be done in the modern day for decades, and thank BBC somebody finally pulled that off!
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