Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

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Why I want to hate Elementary on CBS

I am a SHERLOCK fan. If you haven’t noticed then you are not very observant. And the fact that I have started my post with an insult is evidence that I have been watching way too much Sherlock Holmes this year. Sherlock, if you don’t know, is a television show on BBC in the UK. … Continue reading

Sherlock Season 3 rumor – Sign of Four

While surfing the Benedict Cumberbatch fan sites, I found a link to a Conan Doyle book with a foreword by Martin Freeman who plays John Watson in Sherlock, and so I’m officially starting the rumor that The sign of Four will be the second episode in Season 3. We know that The Empty house will … Continue reading

Empty House Script finished

I’ve just put up the conclusion for my script of the story of The Empty House. This is for the characters in the BBC series Sherlock and is based on the original Conan Doyle story. I actually called it Act1 because I wasn’t sure of the length. If you are wondering why I would be … Continue reading

Sherlock mistakes, revisions, and writing

When I watch “The Great Game” ( the 3rd episode of the Sherlock TV series) There is one mistake that always leaps out at me. In the Carl Powers case, in hour 3, Sherlock yells out Clostridium Botulinum as if he has just identified the cause and an image of bacteria is flashed on the … Continue reading

Sherlock Holmes and sex

Sherlock Holmes is interesting in many ways: his intellect, his observation skills, etc. However, one thing that is rarely talked about, but is an integral part of the character, is his asexuality. Sherlock is celibate. In the BBC version he is an acknowledged virgin. This is atypical of characters of his age in fiction. In … Continue reading

BBC Sherlock is the new opium.

Welcome to my blog. This is my first post on wordpress. I’m planning on writing about all kinds of things that interest me. The first topic I am going to talk about is the BBC series Sherlock. The reason is that it is really well written and acted, and I think that talking about it … Continue reading