- A Supernatural episode where they face the Phantom of the Opera, and it’s a real ghost.
- A doctor who episode where the doctor faces the Phantom of the Opera, and it’s actually a nearly extinct breed of alien that was well know for their amazing singing voices.
- A Sherlock episode where he faces the Phantom of the Opera, and John is confused how the mirror worked but Sherlock was not, and simply couldnt find the secret passages for a while and he has to go to his mind palace 8 times.
- Phantom of the Opera merged with everything.
- Phantom of the Opera
i had a dream that there was a sitcom about a bunch of classic literature characters living in dracula’s castle (because that was the only house that would fit them all, i think). like besides dracula and the vampire brides there was jekyll/hyde, victor frankenstein, adam frankenstein, elizabeth lavenza, henry clerval, raoul de chagny, christine daae, dorian gray, sherlock holmes, john watson, and carmilla
So I want to do a Phantom of the Opera series where the reader is Christine but I don’t know what fandom and characters to use. Suggestions please. Perhaps something were Kylo Ren is the Phantom and where General Hux is Raoul. Or idk. I need ideas.
John never was a dummy, he is smarter than he looks
In Leinster Garden, we got in a single scene the
entire summary of John and Mary’s relationship.
Remember, a disguise is always a
self-portrait but how others perceive it also says a lot about how they see
And I get a feeling that we were given a
glimpse of the ending and what is exactly going on in the real world.
Tell me, do you remember
when John was becoming Sherlock Holmes?
It was a
long time ago, I know, but once upon a time, there was a man called John
Watson. And this man one day met Sherlock Holmes.
deeply fascinated by him, he was without a doubt the most extraordinary man he’s
has ever met. That wasn’t to say he was stupid, no.
He was only
an army doctor, murders weren’t quite yet his division.
Boy did he
his mistakes were just plainly embarrassing.
was just wrong and his deductions lead nowhere.
always managed to pull through.
There is a
reason why John Waston is the best conductor of light that exists. He might not
get everything on the first try, but his thinking always leads Sherlock to the
right path. They are on the same wavelength.
And there is
also a good reason why some foes mistook him for his friend.
not actually… (Still delirious) I’m not Sherlock Holmes.
SINGER (Smiles, she doesn’t believe him): Forgive me if I do not take your word
made a strong case, didn’t she?)
when John Watson was becoming Sherlock Holmes?
How he assumed it was Sherlock Holmes she needed and yet took the case instead? Remember
when Mary had no other choice than to become his Watson?
are not coming.
you are not going.
JOHN: You can’t
can’t go (…)
that Mr Holmes thought Mary was the sane one and at the same time implied he
thought John was the extraordinary one?
that John Watson is smarter than he looks. Don’t you dare forget he’s pretty
damn smart. He’s more than just a puppy to trot behind Sherlock Holmes. No matter what
Mary may think, this is only the image he sells to the public.
WATSON: Listen, I’m
happy to play the fool, for you. I will run
along like some halfwit, if that’s what you need.
The dummy isn’t who he is. It is what she saw (a fairly obvious trick) but it never was what he was. He wasn’t playing the idiot, he was being Sherlock Holmes.
matter what Mary may believe, if Sherlock can learn to become more like John,
the reverse is also true. John Watson can be Sherlock Holmes when he needs to.
And he can wear
the coat and fool her.
can perfectly be the Sherlock Holmes to her Moriarty. There never was any dummy,
he was just taking Sherlock’s place while he was away.
never noticed that until it was too late.