this guy is systematically undoing the world
Lucas. 25. MN, USA. White. Autistic. Able-bodied. Trans. I use "he, him, his" pronouns and "they, them, their" pronouns. Homoromantic (for the most part). Taken.
I am one of the co-mods of Autistic Eagle.
Things I blog about often: Sherlock Holmes (Granada, Elementary), Autism, BBC Merlin, the cast of BBC Merlin (in past and future projects), Cabin Pressure, John Finnemore, Scandal, poetry, and things about my life. Random other fandoms and people apply as well.
Here is my website: http://lucasscheelk.tumblr.com
If I say anything problematic, call me out on my shit.
You know you’re from Minnesota when you consider 45 degrees in March ‘really nice out’
Yo I wore a hoodie outside today. This is the best weather we’ve had in weeks!
It was too hot to sleep last night, and all the windows were open too
The ‘Four Oaks Mystery' episode of Granada Holmes, though it is only 10 minutes long, is just swimming in autistic!sherlock ok
- When the officer asks Sherlock if there’s blood on the murder weapon, Sherlock bluntly answers, ‘Yes, that’s blood’ in the sort of why-are-you-wasting-time-with-this-question tone.
- Sherlock has his eyes closed at dinner with Watson and his godmother, Lady Cordelia. Lady Cordelia yells at Sherlock to wake up. Watson knows that he does that when he’s thinking, but Lady Cordelia won’t have it, claiming it’s because he’s, ‘bored’. In reality, Sherlock shuts his eyes from the metaphorical world in order for him to focus.
- Echolalia: Consistent use of ‘four oaks’ and ‘the river’ while on that particular case.
- Does not formally part ways with his godmother. Watson does the hand-shaking, while Holmes immediately retreats into the carriage. [This is consistent in more than one episode of Granada Holmes. This Sherlock is very picky with whom he shakes hands with. He will with Watson, and with a child, but not with the King of Bohemia.]
221B is a canadian web series in five parts which shows us dr. watson and miss holmes at home at baker street.
While not the grand Sherlockian mystery most are used to, 221B emphasizes the domestic side of the mystery solving duo, often leading to comedic, puzzling and dangerous results. Giving a fresh perspective to the English Icons. Sometimes a woman’s touch is needed, even within the walls of 221B.
it’s short and cute and features a female holmes (!) so if you have a minute you should watch it!
TW for needles and drug use in ‘Seven Percent’
I like how this adaptation weaves canon into it, and how the smallest details raises so many questions, such as, ‘Sherlock has a poster of Irene Adler’s performance on the mantelpiece; will she be introduced at some point?’ and ‘Watson makes Holmes out to be as a man in his stories; does this expand the possibilities of canon, given Holmes’ gender and the sexism in Victorian times?’ etc, etc.
'Fan mail' is my favorite episode. The surprise at the end is very satisfying, and something other Sherlockians/Holmesians will enjoy as well.
Also adding 221B!Sherlock into my autistic!sherlock tag, because of reasons.
HOLY SHIT! Look what I’ve found!! :O :O
My favorite is the fact that Holmes and Watson are taking a holiday to see Sherlock’s godmother. Amazing
jimthewebspinner asked: No but speaking of moments of relating to the BBC's version of Sherlock: When the doorbell rings and he yells at it to "SHUT. UP."
When the phone rings I just say, ‘Nope’ until it stops making noise and everything is right again.
Tooootally not autistic or anything.
If I had a doorbell that kept ringing, I too would put it in the fridge.
This is a theater stage for a play
no thats a boss battle
idk if someone added it already, but that is the stage of the Bregenzer Festspiele in Austria. Here are some more pictures of the stage from other plays:
half of those are still boss battles
My MOJO arrived!
… the play, haha.