Noomi Rapace as Madam Simza Heron in “Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows”
“It’s not about the coffee.”
“Oh. Then what are you proposing?”
“I’m gonna teach you something. A little trick that I learned back in Medical School.”
(Credit for original post and image to reloha.tumblr.com, with additions of movie names, dates and comment by hedgehog-goulash7.tumblr.com):
THE FEMALE WATSONS: Margaret Colin as Jane Watson with Michael Pennington as Sherlock Holmes in “The Return of Sherlock Holmes” (TV movie, 1986); Debrah Farentino as Dr. Amy Winslow with Anthony Higgins as Holmes in “Sherlock Holmes Returns” (TV movie, 1993); Jenny O’Hara as Dr. Joan Watson with Larry Hagman as Sherman Holmes (who thinks he’s Sherlock Holmes) in “The Return of the World’s Greatest Detective” (TV movie, 1976); Lucy Liu as Dr. Joan Watson with Jonny Lee Miller as Sherlock Holmes in “Elementary” (TV series, 2012); Galina Schepetnova as Jane Watson with Ekaterina Vasilyeva as Shirley Holmes (yes, a female Watson AND female Holmes) in “My Dearly Beloved Detective” (Russian movie, 1986); Joanne Woodward as Dr. Mildred Watson with George C. Scott as Justin Playfair (who thinks he’s Sherlock Holmes) in “They Might Be Giants” (1971).
Proving once again — especially in the Sherlock Holmes universe — that there is nothing new under the sun.
“So far, so obvious.”
Sherlock is expecting the punch. As the pain blossoms on his cheek (very consistent, well done John), he feels a certain satisfaction borne out of the idea that he’s somehow apologising without having to use the words, because Sherlock knows himself well enough to acknowledge that he’d take the punch over the words every single time.
We should call the police.
Yes - on their way.
AU - Fem!lock
└ Eva Green as Sherlock Holmes & Carey Mulligan as Joan Watson.