From 'The Great Game' Commentary
Mark Gatiss: (On the idea of Carl Powers' shoes) Then the thing about a name tag: I remember there was a kid at school we used to take the mickey out of because he had it for far too long. He had it on his towels... he was too old for it.
Benedict Cumberbatch: Can I make a confession? I still have some socks and towels from school that have my name on them. It's embarassing. I actually once did an interview with somebody who said "your nametag's sticking out". This is when I was twenty-six. I had a shirt that had my name on it; it was a white school shirt that I still owned. Oh, my pathetic life.
Mark Gatiss: Why do you still have pants and socks from school? I'm saying pants and socks..
Benedict Cumberbatch: (singsong) Not pants! I didn't say pants... socks!
Mark Gatiss: I'm imagining it, though.
Martin Freeman: Yeah, we're all imagining it.
Being alone is better than sitting next to a lover and feeling lonely.– Richard Linklater (via hisimages)
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I hadn't realized it was possible to love Benedict...
sherlock-and-spn-are-cool: WHY DOES NO ONE DISCUSS CHRIS HARDWICK ON HERE HE IS LITERALLY THE HUMAN EMBODIMENT OF TUMBLR