"Hanshaw created this title sequence, put it up on YouTube," Doctor Who executive producer Steven Moffat explained at a recent fan event in New York.
“I happened across it, and it was the only new title idea I’d seen since 1963. We got in touch with him, and said, ‘OK, we’re going to do that one.’”
Mr Hanshaw thought it was “a wind-up” when Moffat’s fellow executive producer Brian Minchin got in touch. “I had to pinch myself because I didn’t know if it was really happening,” he says.
“It’s one of those stories about people putting something on YouTube - it’s usually a musician this happens to. They put a performance on there and they get picked up by a label. “It’s a similar kind of story. I thought, these things don’t generally happen.”
Like most male friendships, everything is assumed, and nothing is spoken of.
Oh, except for once. Just once, and that’s your lot. If you’re going to read it in order, like I did, you’ve got a long time to wait for The Adventure of the Three Garridebs, but patience, and keep reading in order - you’ll be blinking back the tears when the moment comes.
Steven Moffat, Introduction to A Study in Scarlet, BBC Books.
So, I think we can just stop debating about when the love confession/first kiss is going to happen.
/curls up in a puddle of feels
The good Watson had at that time deserted me for a wife, the only selfish action which I can recall in our association. I was alone.
heterosexual platonic love (via miecroft)
I feel like next season I want Sherlock to say this. Either if John apologizes for staying with Mary (unless there’s a long game there) or if Sherlock tells him how much it hurt him. Bonus points if John says “I had no idea you would be so affected.”