Sherlock Season 3 … Or Why I’m Angry at England and On Hiatus From Social Media

I could not have explained my entrance into the world of fangirl or how I feel about waiting for Sherlock any better.

Sara Dobie Bauer


The day of my fangirl birth stands out in infamy. I was minding my own business, and my husband was scanning Netflix. From my office, I heard snippets in the background: British snippets. Next thing I know: “Babe, come watch this scene.”

“What is it?”

“The BBC’s Sherlock. You gotta watch this part.”

It was the scene where Watson and Sherlock first meet in the lab at St. Bart’s and Sherlock tells Watson his whole life based on nothing but observations. I remember thinking, “Well, this Sherlock guy is cute, isn’t he?”

I sat down and watched the first episode with my husband. Soon after, we finished season one. Then, season two. By that time, I was enamored with the show and the odd fellow with the odd name: Benedict Cumberbatch. And … oh, right, Sherlock had apparently jumped off a building to his death.

sherlock.2x03.the_reichenbach_fall.hdtv_xvid-fov 421What follows is what…

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One Response to Sherlock Season 3 … Or Why I’m Angry at England and On Hiatus From Social Media

  1. Thanks for the repost!! Here’s to season 3!!

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