CAM was SO horrible. I literally had to look away when he was flicking Johns face. What an awful man, and a fantastic actor to repulse us all like that.
I heard we won't be waiting as long this time, too. I just hope things aren't rushed. I do quite enjoy a long hiatus to get everyone more and more desperate and curious. Moriarty shall be finished soon! Ah, he's so bloody wonderful. <3
I have to say Sherlock will always win first place for me, but Moriarty comes in second. And he has potential for so many awesome things. I really wonder how the new villain will make an impression after Moriarty.
I think they're on a par for me. Loving Sherlock himself is a given, so besides him, Moriarty always stands out for me. I have high hopes for the new villain, I think so far this series has lacked the consistent threat which Moriarty brought to the table. We shall see!
I don't either! I absolutely love Moriarty, he's fantastic and Andrew Scott who plays him is just the most wonderful actor. Let's hope Milverton is a suitable replacement, although I don't think he'll out-do Moriarty - how can he possibly?! Thank you very much for your kind words!
As Moriarty himself once said, Good!!! Verrry good!!! I love how they both have those matching tuxedo colors, and I LOVE that you put the smiley face in the locket instead of a photo, or even nothing . . . it makes sense for Moriarty. Not even a personal object would show any sense of humanity in him. He wouldn't be so sentimental as to put anyone's picture there , and leaving it empty wouldn't be good enough (even the suggestion that he doesn't care about anyone/no one cares about him is too cliche). The smiley face is Moriarty's mocking threat message. I could see him putting it there to throw off anyone going through his personal things, looking for clues. It would be his way of saying, "Gotcha! Did you really think you were going to find anything here? Then you have no idea who you're dealing with."
Or he could have drawn the smiley in the locket just for fun, just to be irreverent.
And you got his poker face wonderfully. The face he can slip on and off in a second -- one moment a psychopath, the next…you couldn't tell what he's thinking. Every time I watch the pool scene from "The Great Game," I'm amazed by how quickly he goes from one expression to another. Like when he snarls, "I will burn. . . the heart..." and suddenly his voice and face slide into a kind of apologetic "That's just how things are. What can I do?" expression as he finishes -- "...out of you"
Heh, sorry -- I can go on and on about this show if I don't catch myself