I love this show to an insane degree also... (considering I only watch the entire 2 series on DVD a couple of weeks ago)
Considering we all know they were messing around from the very start, I feel the entire human race's I.Q. average would drop to a dismal level and entire world chaos would ensue if Donovan and Anderson were every to accidentally reproduced... a world, my good people, that I would NOT want to live in...
I know... enough to give anyone nightmares... although... I'd actually love to hear the things that Sherlock would come out with whilst informing Donovan about her condition especially if she hadn't realised yet... part of me wants to concoct the conversation in my head, but the other side of me would rather it was written for the canon. (man comes back from the dead and gets revenge by spotting unwanted pregnancy) Plus he'd see it as genuinely helping her out, informing her now whilst the signs aren't there for all to see. (so she can quietly slip away and get herself sorted, cause truth is, I can't imagine Donovan actually having the baby)
I guess it's the necessary evil at the end of the day... if we didn't have idiots, Sherlock wouldn't have anyone to verbally abuse for being an idiot.
(Yes, I'm REALLY way too obsessed for my own good...)
True, unfortunately, reality tends to be one of those niggling factors that has a habit of biting you in the arse whilst you are too absorbed in the world of fandom... (wish somebody would be kind enough to pause reality for a while, but they never do...)
emmakinz13Featured By OwnerMar 9, 2012Hobbyist General Artist
I know how you feel. Sherlock was literally the only show/ book/ movie that I ever liked the main charecter or anyone good! Then sherlock and jim BOTH die!!!! My favorite everything's cursed!!! I need to stop picking favorites if I want them to live.
Goofy-CharliFeatured By OwnerFeb 26, 2012Student General Artist
It's called 'Small Island'. A BBC two parter about a Jamaican couple moving to 1940s London and befriending a white woman who lets her home out to them. It's actually really good! Even though dear Bernard plays a bit of a sook.