Full synopsis for The Lying Detective

“Sherlock faces perhaps the most chilling enemy of his long career: the powerful and seemingly unassailable Culverton Smith - a man with a very dark secret indeed. Estranged from his best friend John Watson, Sherlock seems to have descended into hell. Is there any way back from the abyss into which the detective has fallen?”

(What happens in episode 1 that makes Sherlock and John fall apart?)

Guys, gals, and gender nonconforming individuals, I’m writing a Les Mis Brooklyn 99 AU and I’m having issues deciding which to choose.

Irritating but talented Dectective Grantaire with overly hardworking (but terrible at cooking) Enjolras who is mad he won’t take his job seriously. While intimidating detective Eponine, (Diaz) who could beat the shit out of you, is dating the sweet adopted daughter of Captain Javert and Valjean. (But they don’t break up at the end)
Terrifying detective Enjolras (Diaz in this scenario) having extreme sexual tension with extremely paranoid Grantaire who just returned from working undercover. While uptight Feuilly is angry at Bahorel who threw away a law in career to fuck around as a detective.


Sherlock’s eyes opened and he found himself looking at your still sleeping form. He found that he was also wearing nothing beneath the sheet that you and he were laying under. He looked around the room, searching for his clothes as he began to wrap the soft white blanket around his body. He sat up, hoping to remember where his clothes were however when he tried to stand the sheet slipped. He turned to you and saw that you were now awake, grasping the sheet that covered his body.

“Where are you going?” You asked in a teasing voice as you sat up in the bed, holding the quilt up to your body. Sherlock half smile at your adorable little grin as you brought your finger up, silently telling him to join you back in bed.

He smiled happily, moving to cuddle up with you once again, “I guess I can stay for a little longer,” He whispered into your hair as he held you close.

Christoph Waltz as Hans Landa in “Inglourious Basterds” | dir. Quentin Tarantino, 2009

Col. Hans Landa: [to Aldo] So you’re “Aldo the Apache”.
Lt. Aldo Raine: So you’re “the Jew Hunter”.
Col. Hans Landa: A detective. A damn good dectective. Finding people is my specialty so naturally I work for the Nazis finding people, and yes some of them were Jews. But “Jew Hunter”?
Col. Hans Landa: [reacts in disgust] It’s just a name that stuck.