They look happy. Yay!
These two never cease to make my day.
I adore both these chaps.
I am reblogging because this is literally the first picture I have seen of them together and really my first good look at Ian.
Sherlock is brilliant television. It has completely reinvented British drama, and upped the stakes for home-grown shows. And while, of course, Steven Moffat also deserves lots of credit for Sherlock, I think it is Gatiss who brings that lovely, rather old-fashioned quality to it. I like the idea of old-fashioned being classic, rather than brown and dingy and a bit crap; Gatiss is like that – there’s something antique and quintessentially British about his work.
TONIGHT’S MUST-SEE: “Masterpiece Mystery,” 9 p.m., PBS (KQED). At a Halloween party, a girl mentions that she’s seen a murder. Most people dismiss her; someone — we don’t know who — takes it terribly seriously. That brings Hercule Poirot to this village, which becomes increasingly deadly. The result has the graceful intelligence of Agatha Christie’s story (“Hallowe’en”), plus the zest of Mark Gatiss. Originally from the comedy group “League of Gentlemen,” Gatiss has written scripts for “Doctor Who” and for the contemporary “Masterpiece” variation on Sherlock Holmes. Here’s his second Poirot script (after “Cat Among the Pigeons”), adding freshness and wit to an old master.