So in Sherlock there’s a scene where… (well you all know the drill)
And I didn’t think a great deal of it, I just saw two really upset friends reaching for each other
But then I thought of something else…
Quick casual reminder that John called Sherlock “Spock” at one point.
So now look at this:
And another casual reminder.. Vulcans kiss with their hands.
Conclusion: WHAT ELSE (POTENTIALLY) IS THIS SCENE TRYING TO TELL US
If I said I was sorry, I’d be lying.
"As ever you see but do not observe."
(Or rather ‘hear but do not recall’ in this case, but same difference.)
Hang in there, John…
"Let me explain how leverage works, Dr. Watson."
This is the face of a truly dangerous man. A man who has zero fucks left to give. A man who will bide his time and when the time is right, he will feed you to the wolves and do so with a smile.
You see that smile, Jane? That is the smile of a man who is contemplating what your entrails will look like when he slices them out of your spunky little body.
Bingo, dead on exactly. Right.
and some people say he might start to like her because of the slap… dude, no
Can we take a moment to appreciate the fact that one of the nicest people in the world can portray a smile that holds so much depth that we can swim in it’s malicious intent.
okay yes - yes to all I agree but dimples
Loki is a man that cut all of Sif golden locks because he hated the attention she got from Thor, it grew back black and Thor loved her more for it.
Loki is a person that killed his brother Balder because he thought his parents would love him more for it.
Now tell me Jane…what hope do you have when you hold Thor’s heart? When he looks at Thor he is wondering how brutally he can murder you but still have Thor forgive him.