Mads Mikkelsen and wife Hanne Jacobsen attends Rafael Nadal’s victory during the Men’s Final on Day Fifteen of the 2017 French Open, Second Grand Slam of the Season at Roland Garros Stadium on June 11, 2017 in Paris, France.
Me and my friend are both russian-speaking and have already watched the final problem. By the end of the episode Sherlock was ‘casually’ solving some cases and we saw a familiar dancing men code.
We thought it has something to do with the plot and has some kind of hidden message in it, so we wanted to decipher it. My friend googled and found the alphabet on some of Arthur Conan Doyle’s fan site and started drawing all men on the piece of paper and working on it. Here’s the result.
When she finished she googled these words and we were a bit disappointed.
Sherlock’s just casually solving some crimes and such mad fans as us think that it has something extraordinary and must mean something/have some influence on the plot. We’re looking for signs when there’re none of them.
Well, one day you’re there and then, all of a sudden there’s less of you, and you wonder where that part went, if it’s living somewhere outside of you. And you keep thinking maybe you’ll get it back. And then you realize it’s just gone.
The final season of Mad Men begins tonight. Artist Alex Katz presented himself as a Madison Avenue-style suit in this large self-portrait influenced by Pop art and advertising. What do you make of this depiction, from his expression to choice of dress?