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27 October 2010


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Wendi Gratz

You're in for a treat - we watched it online last night.



Though I don't want to wait until tomorrow night, dammit!

Monica Edinger

I started watching it last night and really liked it. Having recently listened to A STUDY IN SCARLET I thought the updating was done very well.

Auntie M.

I am withholding judgment until I see if they come right out and say Sherlock is autistic. And after awhile, the cell phone thing made it seem like an extended AT&T commercial.

Bad Alice

Sherlock is fabulous. The dialogue is witty and I thought they did a good job of updating his skills for the 21st century.

Maureen E

I was seriously impressed by this--probably the best updating job I've ever seen. Then again, it's Moffat and Gatiss, so go figure.

Jim Randolph

Sherlock is great. You'll love it. Can't wait for more.

And Monica, they said he was "high-functioning sociopath," not autistic.


Ohhhhhhhhhhhhhh! I read that Slate piece and thought, "Man. Wish we'd gotten a TV..." instead we just got a bigger computer monitor.

I am so stoked.

Jennifer Bradbury

We loved it too! Even grainy and online.

Monica Edinger

Jim, the autistic comment wasn't mine, but from someone after me. Count me in as a fan.

Heather Z.

My sister and I loved it. We meant to watch it later then just. got. sucked in. I thought the updates were really well done. You're gonna really like it, Leila!


Don't you DARE get me hooked on another series with pretty boys solving crimes and being snarky and witty and British and generally pretty because that cannot be overstated and . . . oh, crap, I had to click that link, didn't I.


P.S. Re: Supernatural. Yes, I know. I cried too. Sam, you moron.


THANKS. I'm still not sure whether I mean that genuinely or sarcastically. Now I'm obsessed with Sherlock and I don't have enough computer time at home to watch it and I can't get it out of my head and do practical things, so... THANKS. However I mean it.

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