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Aug. 21st, 2012

interesting that

Changeable

[From a meme here. I still get chills reading this.]

Perhaps Watson should have heeding the warnings of Scotland Yard...Collapse )

Feb. 18th, 2012

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Sixwordstories
This is hardly the right place.
[sipping tea, watching people in cafe]
[tch] Please. Obviously it was murder.
[Lost in thought, violin in hand]
Improbable, perhaps but not impossible surely.
I find that difficult to swallow.
Well...it's better than the hat.
I simply used my eyes & brains.
[inspecting footprints leading into the subway]
One stupid hat, people's sanity: gone.
[dragging his bow across the strings]
[smug] Hello there....how are you?
This future is quite a challenge.
Watson in the flat?

Dear Mun
Introductions are in order
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22nd Century

Set in 22nd Century in New London, Inspector Beth Lestrade of New Scotland Yard is chasing grotesquely deformed French rogue geneticist Martin Fenwick, when she realizes that his companion is none other than the 19th century criminal mastermind, Professor James Moriarty. Famous biologist Sir Evan Hargreaves (who looks just like Doyle) has just invented cellular rejuvenation. Beth knows that Holmes survived and actually lived to a ripe old age, and further knows that his corpse is preserved in a glass-walled, honey-filled coffin in the basement of New Scotland Yard. She takes the body from the basement and delivers it to Sir Evan. The biologist then uses his cellular rejuvenation technique to return life and youth to Holmes's body, so that the detective can combat Moriarty.

As a descendant of the original Inspector Lestrade, Beth has inherited Dr. Watson's journals. When she has her law enforcement robot, or compudroid (whom she calls Watson) read them for information about Holmes, it ends up emulating the personality of the good doctor. Holmes also ends up getting his old Baker Street rooms back (they'd been preserved as a museum). Lestrade's compudroid assumes the name, face, voice, and mannerisms of Dr. Watson to assist Holmes in both his crime-solving duties and his difficult assimilation to England in the 22nd century.

During the series, Holmes and Watson often work on retainer for New Scotland Yard, with Beth Lestrade as their supervising officer and Superintendent Greyson as hers, but they also work for private citizens. They are often assisted by the new Baker Street Irregulars: soccer player Wiggins, the Eliza Doolittleish Deidre, and the paraplegic Tennyson, who communicates through electronic beeps only Holmes seems to comprehend (ironically). However, Wiggins and Deidre understand and communicate with Tennyson in The Adventure of the Dancing Men. The primary villains are Moriarty and his henchman Fenwick, but they only appear in about half of the episodes.

from wiki

BBC Canon

Following with the BBC series Sherlock created by Mark Gatiss and Steven Moffat. Caught up to Reichenbach so spoilery things are good.