getsherlock:

if the pilot episode was really the first episode, then i think they would’ve opened up the second episode with sherlock in his bed, writing ‘mr. sherlock watson’ in his lil journal over and over again

Moriarty' follows the exploits of James Moriarty (Benedict Cumberbatch) and his partner in crime, Sebastian Moran (Martin Freeman), as they terrorize London and face the only man capable of stopping them, Sherlock Holmes (Andrew Scott).

sherlock covering his mouth during sex because he thinks he sounds embarrasing but john removing his hand and whispering "let me hear you, my love, let it out"
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aerloxlehkka:

verhungernde:

fun fact: you don’t cure depression by telling me i have nothing to be sad about

another fun fact: you dont cure anxiety by just getting up and doing whatever it is that makes you anxious

gnarlyninja:

"i don’t support feminism because-"

lol nah we ain’t even gonna talk bye

I don’t think he’s someone who ruminates a lot in his head. He wouldn’t give himself the time, ’cause there’s always a little bee buzzing around saying, “I’ve got to do this” or “I’ve got to do that” or “sit up straight” or “say please and thank you and please the wife, sell some insurance.” I don’t think he’s got a massive inner life in a sort of philosophical way. He’s probably got a voice in his head saying, “Do better, do better, do better,” but I don’t know that he would have the foresight to know that he’s a bit of a victim.
Martin Freeman when asked if Lester sees himself as a victim (via martyfreethrow)