Sherlock Holmes: The Complete Novels and Stories, Volumes I & II. I bought them about a year ago and have yet to read them. Shame on me!
I turn into this
simply because my name is also Molly and I love how he says
my the name.
I’m such a dork.
I want to be kissed like that. *fans self*
And although I have no context with which to put it, Sherlock shushing Moriarty might just be the cutest thing ever:
I am so late with this! *hides in shame*
1. Tell me about the three scenes that you dislike the most.
5. Take your favorite character and your favorite character from another show and tell me how those two characters are alike.
John Watson and Sam Winchester. Before you cringe or shake your head, hear me out.
Both Sam Winchester and John Watson’s lives were irrevocably changed after they came into contact with Dean and Sherlock, respectively. Sam was away at college, living the life he’d dreamed of with a beautiful girlfriend who loved him and a scholarship he never thought he’d get. John returned from war, injured and alone, trying to figure out a way to get by.
Cut to when Sam reunites with Dean and John meets Sherlock. Their lives change quite a bit, and although things aren’t always wonderful, both of them begin living the lives they were meant to. Sam and Dean, saving people from things that go bump in the night. John and Sherlock, solving crimes and hopefully saving people from other people who go bump in the night.
8. Assign real world jobs to your top 5 favorite characters.(AKA human!AU, who would work in what job?)
Molly Hooper: I think Molly would be a teacher at a small school somewhere, likely teaching biology or anatomy or something similar. She would be the soft spoken teacher the kids all listened to and felt safe with because she never raises her voice and she’s got such a kind smile.
Irene Adler: Honestly, I can’t see her having any other kind of job. She has control over the schedule/hours she works. She has control over the clientele. She charges what she wants, is damn good at what she does and she has so much power due to the information she’s both given and that which she collects it isn’t even funny. If she were to have another job, you can guarantee it would be a CEO-like position with people scurrying around to make sure they’re obeying her.
Lestrade: I believe he’d make a wonderful politician or public servant. He’s got the public’s interests in mind, but a realistic enough outlook to realize some of those interests are practical and some aren’t. He’s wise in using resources and when to bring in help to get a project done, and he’s well-respected and admired because of it, and incredibly charming and self-deprecating to boot.
Sherlock: He would be a phenomenal researcher. I think he would excel at something like studying rare diseases, genetic or otherwise, and finding new ways to treat them. Being a practicing physician would bore him unless he only saw those patients who other doctors have failed to treat and/or diagnose. Perhaps instead of being the world’s only consulting detective, he would be a consulting physician, treating only the strangest and most difficult of cases.
John Watson: I know I’m not being very original, but I think his character is simply drawn to helping people. He would likely have his own practice in a small town or village somewhere with only a couple of nurses working with him and a med student when one needs a place to do an internship. He’d had considered teaching, and likely did teach at one point, but he missed the direct interaction with patients.