“ERMM. HMM. YOU… YOU TOLD ME ONCE THAT YOU WEREN’T A HERO. ERM, THERE WERE TIMES I DIDN’T EVEN THINK YOU WERE HUMAN, BUT LET ME TELL YOU THIS, YOU WERE THE BEST MAN…. THE MOST HUMAN…. HUMAN BEING THAT I’VE EVER KNOWN AND NO-ONE WILL EVER CONVINCE ME THAT YOU TOLD ME A LIE, SO… THERE!
I WAS SO ALONE, AND I OWE YOU SO MUCH. BUT PLEASE, THERE’S ONE MORE THING… ONE MORE MIRACLE SHERLOCK, FOR ME, DON’T BE DEAD, WOULD YOU DO THAT JUST FOR ME? JUST STOP IT. STOP THIS!”
WATSON: Oh please, can we not do this, this time?
HOLMES: Do what?
WATSON: You, being all mysterious, with your cheek bones, and turning your coat collar up so you look cool.
HOLMES: I don’t do that
WATSON: Yeah, you do.
HOW FUCKING EXCELLENT WAS SHERLOCK? I’M JUST GONNA WATCH IT AGAIN ON BBCiPLAYER, THAT’S HOW FUCKING EXCELLENT!!
THE FABULOUS BAKER STREET BOYS ARE BACK
TV filming halted by looters
Looting on the streets of London has forced filming on BBC1 hit Sherlock, starring Benedict Cumberbatch, to be cut short
Looting on the streets of London has forced filming on BBC One hit Sherlock to be cut short.
A second series of the show - starring Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman - is being filmed in the city this week.
Co-creator Mark Gatiss announced that work on the show had to be curtailed with a message on Twitter.
He wrote: “This is a new one on me. Scene incomplete owing to approaching looters. Unbelievable times.”
Both Cumberbatch and Freeman were on set in north London when work was abandoned on the production.