NEXT BATCH OF NEW SHERLOCK BLENDS DONE! I am so sorry I can’t stop doing the thing.

All of my other  Sherlock blends are still available on Adagio (x)! Keep an eye out for more new blends soon!


As if you needed more reasons to love David Ogden Stiers…

Not only was he the abrasive, but sentimental Dr. Charles Emerson Winchester III on M*A*S*H, but chances are he voiced one of your favourite cartoon characters as well!

Here are only a few examples of the wonderful voice work Mr. Stiers has done over the years:

Dr. Jumba (Lilo and Stitch)

Governor Ratcliffe & Wiggins (Pocahontas)

Cogsworth (Beauty and the Beast)

Mr. Harcourt (Atlantis: The Lost Empire)

Kamajii (Spirited Away [English Dub])

The Archdeacon (The Hunchback of Notre Dame)

Ominous!Wiggins from the Series 4 trailer could easily enough turn out to be a misleading edit. But as long as everyone’s trying to figure out what his potentially-creepy deal is in the meantime, I will reintroduce you to the theory I recently made my peace with after forcing it out of my system for a couple years…

Wiggins: Can I come? I think I’ve got a broken arm.
Mary: No. Go away.
John: No, let him.
Mary: Why?
John: Yeah, just get in. It’s a sprain.

Since a sprained arm should involve a joint in some way, completely avoiding the elbow and wrist joints and instead wrapping a bandage around and around the middle of Wiggins’ forearm seems like an unorthodox first aid choice.

It would, however, be the perfect thing to do if you wanted to cover up one of these:

[Image via Edginton & Culbard’s graphic novel adaptation.]

The Scowrer brand from The Valley of Fear.

And if Mary is actually based on Birdy Edwards from the same novel, well…

Let’s just say she’d be aware of the significance.