I wonder if there would ever be a Arthur Conan Doyle episode in Doctor Who like the one they created for Vincent van Gogh.
Except when the Doctor takes Doyle to modern ages to see the Sherlock Holmes museum he cries for an entirely different reason.
This is Sherlock:
This is Sherlock Holmes:
This is Holmes:
And this is “That Guy from the American Sherlock”:
They all play the same character, but if you called them this I would know which one you were talking about.
He considered himself to be a Spiritualist, and believed in the supernatural.
On his gravestone, it is written that he was a, “man of letters”.
Supernatural fans, I think we all know what this means.
Roses are red,
Violets are blue
I hate Sherlock Holmes
And all of you
SO ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE, ACCORDING TO DOCTOR WHO, WAS INSPIRED TO WRITE SHERLOCK HOLMES AFTER A CRIME-SOLVING MARRIED LESBIAN COUPLE