In which John deeply regrets introducing Mary to Sherlock and contemplates his life choices.
I like especially the idea that Sherlock has read 50 Shades of Grey—possibly given to him by Mary (not that she read it voluntarily herself) to shut him up during distressingly murder-free rainy afternoons.
"Mary. I believe you promised this would provide insight into the human condition. Instead, it was simply reams of thinly disguised domestic abuse masquerading as pornography."
"Turn it over."
"How many copies sold?"
"One hund— one hundred… million?”
"There you are. Now you’re better informed about the human condition, aren’t you?"
"Does John know what a terrible person you are?"
"Fairly certain that’s why he married me. Go wash up for tea."
How are Remus and Sirius not meant to be together when Remus is the moon and Sirius is the stars?
when you start rewatching your favorite show
I just learned that Nichelle Nichols ad-libbed “sorry, neither” in rehearsals and they were only able to sneak it by the censors because it wasn’t in the script and—excuse me I’m overcome with happiness because my favorite Uhura line of all time was actually written by Uhura.
1920s Merthur AU
Mob boss Uther Pendragon runs the city of Camelot and is so determined to shut down sinful jazz bar and speakeasy The Magic Room that he sends his playboy son undercover to destroy it. Little does Arthur realise that he’ll soon fall for the music, the people and especially the club owner, the elusive Merlin Emrys.