May 26th, 2012
Clearly, I was feeling much better, yesterday; no nap required, and I was able to get my work done in something resembling good time.
Once home, though, I chose to stay home instead of going out to food trucks, because I didn't want to push my recovery. I think that was wise, because this morning I feel almost normal.
So, staying home, we finished season two of Sherlock, a real cliff-hanger. I understand that season three is not yet in production, but is expected to film early next year. Good for them!
I expect to have around fifteen folks in office and hospitals to see; tomorrow will also include nursing homes. I have Monday to be on call as well. For those of you vacationing this weekend, more power to you!
At the end of the cliffhanger episode I believe I cried out "Bastards!" - I'm very much looking forward to the third season.
It did make the House finale more interesting as well, especially given the House/Holmes-Watson/Wilson homage.
Well, if Holmes is alive, is Moriarty, as well?
NO IDEA!!!!! Hence the cliff-hanging-ness.
I'm glad you're feeling better. It's hard being laid low and feeling crappy.
Better isn't well, I'm afraid...
Of course Moffat is busy with Doctor Who in between. I think the only reason we had two and a half years instead of perhaps one in between seasons one and two was because Martin Freeman is Bilbo Baggins. But after all that, The HobbitThe Final Problem</i> used as the plot for the second Guy Ritchie movie. I'm still curious regarding some details of the how, though, so I look forward to watching it a second time and seeing how much I can puzzle out.
Brainy is the new Sexy.
Glad you're feeling better.
The end of Sherlock killed me! Not so much from the cliffhanger, but because it's going to be so long until they do another season. I think they're not even filming until late 2013 because they're both so busy now doing The Hobbit and Star Trek and things.
I hear that it's supposed to start filming early in '13...
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