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imagine if it’s actually “apple tree yard” that airs tonight and the producers and writers get all happy because of the great viewer ratings and then someone’s like
“…sorry but no one was actually excited for your show. it was just the whole sherlock fandom hoping for a 4th episode”

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It didn’t fit very organically in the flow of the last post, but just as a general note on the “John didn’t really have an affair, his memory was just corrupted by TD 12” front…

When E complimented John on his eyes, he thanked her politely but also did an intentional-looking wedding ring flash.

Not that showing your wedding ring actually prevents an affair, of course, but within the framework of this show it is pretty much the direct opposite of what serial adulterer Jennifer Wilson did in A Study in Pink.

John was the man he wanted to be the whole time, he just doesn’t remember right now. 😭

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harlequinn823 said:

Annie’s saving the blood slaves was a bigger deal than it’s often made it to be (ie, it’s not often a fandom topic, its deleted scene is invisible). Along with the confrontation of Owen, it was a major turning point in her story that made her very strong, more aware and less afraid, as well as solid through the Saul storyline.

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It’s lonely. You’ll give anything for that crumb of comfort. That feel of skin against skin that says, “It’s okay. I’m here.” It’s a hunger. The most basic instinct. You might even drag others into this world of the dead. Even if it means turning them into monsters too.