sherlock videos

Because I’m feeling Emotionally Bad again here’s another imagine us in the brownstone post

Joan loves video games. Sherlock took his time deducing this about her because it was only pertinent to a case that one time. But over the years she’s brought several consoles to the brownstone. She uses one of the guest rooms as her “media room” to play so she doesn’t have to use the main media room, which has always been a Sherlock Space.

Joan has her favorite games, and Oren always sends her new ones for Christmas. A couple MEs and paramedics she’s made friends with come over to play on their days off, once they’ve exchanged enough info and stories and alcohol outside the brownstone and Joan feels comfortable inviting them into the special place that the brownstone has become for her, both a place for work, a place of refuge, and a place that is halfway between home and a memorial to something she both lost and found, and can’t figure out how much has been regained.

And when people come over to play video games with Joan she always makes popcorn on the stove. People bring their favorite sodas, and over time it becomes all but a monthly gathering with people swapping recipes and stories as well as trading video games like playing cards, with always the unspoken promise the games will be returned to their rightful owner.

When Sherlock first sits in on one of these gatherings, just to watch, never to play, he sees how happy Joan is, how relaxed, and much like with her and baseball, he feels an irrational jealousy (please look up “That Bloody Team” on ao3 I’ll link it when I’m off mobile). After a few weeks he unexpectedly brings Joan a new game and asks her, very humbly, if she’ll help him learn to play it. Also spouts some research about how video games improve critical thinking and he wants to test that. Joan, of course, smiles indulgently and agrees. Marcus and one of Gregson’s daughters somehow end up joining them, and Marcus gets a kick out of seeing Sherlock struggle at something. Next time Chantal comes with Marcus and while Sherlock doesn’t improve much he’s more interested watching Joan’s expertise than he is in actually learning anything himself. Joan slowly realizes this over each video game gathering he attends. He seldom plays, mostly watches and asks questions.

At some point someone brings their dog to the brownstone, a pit bull with separation anxiety. Joan finds out just how much Sherlock loves dogs, and later they have an in depth conversation about dogs and though they can’t afford to keep one, Joan makes sure to invite the friend with the dog over more often even when it’s not Video Game Night.


This is as hard to watch as the episode, :/


Who You Really Are 




I am crying right now. 

(NOT my video, but I needed to share because it is one of the most beautiful I’ve seen so far)

The owner is Dale Pike and you can find the video on Youtube:

Sherlock Trailers Through The Years

I just thought this was interesting to compare the trailers from past seasons to the new one. I can’t help but notice how they’ve progressively gotten darker and moved further into” relationships” and away from “he’s a robot detective” 

 P.S. I couldn’t post all the trailers released bc of tumblr restrictions.

Season 1 

Season 2 (all combined in one video!) 

Season 3

The Special 

Season 4



The only video you ever need if someone says to you, “Sherlock and John are just friends, there is no reason to believe otherwise”. These are just clips of the show. I honestly don’t blame people who haven’t noticed these things – I didn’t notice them the first time I watched the series and I am gay. It’s because I didn’t expect to see it, so I unknowingly put my blinders up and consumed the media without a second thought. I saw but I did not observe. However, the moment I realized it on my own, I felt the metaphorical glass shatter and I was overcome with shock. How did I, a gay person, miss this? How?? But now that I’ve seen it, feel it with every fiber of my being, I cannot “un-see” it. It’s like looking at the moon every night and then one day noticing it looks like there’s a face in it. You will see the man in the moon every time you look because you can never go back to that moment when you didn’t know it was there. That’s what BBC Sherlock is to a lot of people when it comes to queer readings. You either see it or you don’t. You’re either open to the idea or you’re not. But once you see it, you will never go back. So regardless of what the BBC, the writers, or strangers online say, this queer reading of Sherlock is felt by viewers around the world and that experience will never be taken from them.


Martin Freeman at Stephen Colbert Late Night (HD video from the official Stephen Colbert YT channel)

(including the new Sherlock S4 clip)


during these trying times, i’d like you all to remember this iconic video



I did it you guys. I made the saltiest video yet. I just couldn’t stop myself. This is complete trash; my narration is extremely sarcastic bordering on bitchy. In this video I point out how BBC’s Sherlock Holmes can’t possibly be gay, because if he was the writers would have told us by now via a number of different ways. Give it a watch if you’re as tired as I am about all of the accusations of Sherlock’s sexuality. 

“But BBC Sherlock Can’t Be… Gay. Where’s the Proof?!?” is my new favorite video I’ve made. I may continue this as a web series. Stay tuned. 


I love this youtuber works, all her rooms are so detailed and relaxing! Of course I had to share this here u.u


if it was ‘just a joke’, why wasn’t martin allowed to joke about it on snl?


Video from John’s blog of 1 January. 

Wow, I never saw that one. So Jacob Sowersby really exists?