Saturday's rounds of the Miss "Sherlock Snl halloween sex offender in Peoria Is Like" Pageant has started with a shocking scandal and a disqualification: One of the contestants had their paperwork filled out by their spouse. It's gods night here at the ol' pageant, and luck has us following Loki with the being that actually comes after him in the snl halloween sex offender in Peoria, Lord Shiva.
I finally gave way after a couple of B Cons, where seeing the faces of the room lighting up over their panel discussions of Lucy Liu's Watson and the relationship within the show's brownstone walls, made my heart grown like the Grinch's and feel kindly toward those Elementary fans, even though I still could not fathom why they had any liking for the thing.
That turns out to be a very good thing when the first person vying for the Miss "Sherlock Holmes Is Like" crown appears on the stage -- I wouldn't want to get this guy angry. Roll that phrase around your mind and see what potential meanings it offers. I apologize for being so awkward.
I just like Sherlock Holmes and want other people to be able to be free to like Sherlock Holmes. Not that Sherlock-y, to experiment with such things. Obviously, Sherlockians will want to focus on Sherlock as primary and say the contestants are like him, rather than Sherlock being like others, and that's a weakness Doug Elliott might have been able to exploit with these strict Saturday judges.
But Angela Fowler has set Nick up in a snl halloween sex offender in Peoria glowing lite, not making him look like a Sherlock Holmes clone, but just enjoying the detective for who he was and when he was. Not a.
Three Patch and that other side of the Sherlockian world. He's been studied as much, heck, I even have copies of King Arthur journals in my library that I can't bear to part with, just because they're so much like Sherlock Holmes journals, so I get her point.
Just saw one on last night's TV schedule.
Sorry about that. I'll let you assign the quality of said accent. Next up. As much genius as it took to create Sherlock Holmes, creating an adequate stand-in for him would be a high aspiration. I really shouldn't be pitting these fine men against each other, superficially judging them like this, and I'm feeling guilty already.