John Watson, Fifth Northumberland Fusiliers.

John Watson, Fifth Northumberland Fusiliers.

SHERLOCK (BBC) ~ S4 promo photo of Martin Freeman as John Watson.

SHERLOCK (BBC) ~ S4 promo photo of Martin Freeman as John Watson.

John Watson & hedgehog. There is literally no difference. <-- That is not the proper use for the word "literally". Ugh.

John Watson & hedgehog. There is literally no difference. <-- That is not the proper use for the word "literally". Ugh.

The rising tide and magnificent cresting wave of his hair...

The rising tide and magnificent cresting wave of his hair...

John Watson<-- the funny thing about these pictures is that he's rather mad at Sherlock during this scene, but you can't tell out of context.  I just found it kinda neat.

John Watson<-- the funny thing about these pictures is that he's rather mad at Sherlock during this scene, but you can't tell out of context. I just found it kinda neat.

That's the most perfect description of Martin Freeman I've seen.

That's the most perfect description of Martin Freeman I've seen.

Because he doesn't like killing. He craves the danger but he doesn't like the idea of killing even the dog. That's why he closes his eyes.

Because he doesn't like killing. He craves the danger but he doesn't like the idea of killing even the dog. That's why he closes his eyes.

"Where have you been this whole time?"  "Helping Mrs. Hudson with her sudoku"

"Where have you been this whole time?" "Helping Mrs. Hudson with her sudoku"

'How We Know that John's Middle Initial Stands for Hamish Even Though He Hates It and Won't Tell Us' by Dorothy Sayers. ... The real title of this article is 'Dr. Watson's Christian Name' - a Sherlockian analysis (of John's name) written back in the early part of the twentieth century.

'How We Know that John's Middle Initial Stands for Hamish Even Though He Hates It and Won't Tell Us' by Dorothy Sayers. ... The real title of this article is 'Dr. Watson's Christian Name' - a Sherlockian analysis (of John's name) written back in the early part of the twentieth century.

Sherlock's birthday is January 6 (1854 for the 19th century Sherlock). The lying detective episode aired January 8.

Sherlock's birthday is January 6 (1854 for the 19th century Sherlock). The lying detective episode aired January 8.

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