Re: Anyone familiar with the BBC version of Sherlock Holmes? (spoiler
It's always nice to read a thread like this, makes you remember why you like the show all over again.
A Scandal in Belgravia was amazing, the actress playing Adler was just great.
Jekyll is amazing as well. James Nesbitt is a revelation, and I was always stunned how Gina Bellman could go from concerned wife to complete hottie to fiercely protective mother in a moment. It has a rich, dark tone that's just wonderful
I will not accept tyranny, any tyranny, even that of Heaven - Terry Pratchett.
Always choose cognac over cocaine. -- Jon Lord
Last edited by Australis; December 24 2012 at 12:16 AM.
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