"And now Holmes enters a catch-foot spin - look at the beautiful arch of his body."
"He skates every elegantly. He creates beautiful lines, beautiful forms in his positions and he has amazing flexibility."
"It’s quite stunning, to see such a tall skater make these splits and stretches. He knows how to work that to his advantage."
"The program he’s chosen highlights that skill of his, and he’s hoping it’s going to translate to nice big GOEs for him; he’ll be banking on that as he saves his harder jumps, those triple-jump combos, for the long program. But skating so beautifully - making these lines and being so aware of the body is something that dancers know how to do, and Holmes certainly becomes one on the ice."
Ever wondered what Sherlock would be like if John and Sherlock’s personalities were switched? Like John was the one who was a twat and Sherlock was the really nice and polite one?
Oh, that’s easy:
Guys, imagine if this actually happened in the movie
Frozen Extras: The Making of Frozen
"[Sherlock’s] not interested in sex… apparently."
— Mark Gatiss ( x )
"Of course, my time living with Sherlock means I know how meaningless the word ‘apparently’ can be."
— The Personal Blog of Dr. John H. Watson ( x )
i’m sorry but also not because it was way too annoying trying to brighten up this scene to be visually comprehensible
this is basically the entire show
I felt so betrayed by you. Betrayal was the only thing that felt real to me.