Q:"JOHN! JOHN!" Sherlock shouted when their new client, a pregnant woman, went into labor before she'd even sat down to tell them about the case. "Sherlock, I'm right here," John told him, "I can see that she's in labor, call an ambulance." "Hey lads, I've got a case for you..." Greg called as he bounded up the stairs, "have you called an ambulance?" "Twenty minutes," Sherlock replies. "I don't think we have that long," the woman shouts. "Don't worry he's a doctor," Sherlock and Greg grin at John.
"I like the slash, and I think I like it because I feel there are so many people who are under-represented - or not represented at all - in mainstream Hollywood entertainment. I really enjoy the fan fiction that embraces character and themes that showcase those people - their love, their desires, their passions.
"I think that’s really cool - and I hope the show as it continues embraces that more, because that’s an opportunity to tell stories that other people might not be familiar with. I mean, there’s slash of me and Ichabod… that’s like, ‘What?!’ and then I read it and it was really well-written.
"I get it - it’s another way to go but it’s no less valid than what we’re doing and it’s certainly interesting, so I really get a kick out of that. To read fan fiction and to see fan art and to watch other people’s artistry paint different colors on top of what we’re doing… how can you be mad at that? That’s just completely awesome!"
Orlando Jones - Sleepy Hallow
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IT’S NO LESS VALID. Thank you, Orlando. Thank you.
Major James Sholto, who he?
John’s old commanding officer. I don’t think he’s coming.
He’ll be there.
I’ve spent a lot of time getting to where I’ve gotten by observing human behavior, so I’m really sensitive to it anyway. And you can’t help but feel that you’re on show, which on good days is fine — you breeze through it, and do whatever you do as a performer and a human being to just feel relaxed and comfortable in your own skin. But we all have days when we’d rather not show our face for whatever reason — because we’re hungover, withdrawn, whatever it may be, physical or emotional. And then it’s really hard. It’s really, really hard, because you just don’t want to engage with it. (x)