"He’s not a sociopath, nor is he high-functioning. He’d really like to be a sociopath. But he’s so fucking not. The wonderful drama of Sherlock Holmes is that he’s aspiring to this extraordinary standard. He is at root an absolutely ordinary man with a very, very big brain. He’s repressed his emotions, his passions, his desires, in order to make his brain work better — in itself, a very emotional decision, and it does suggest that he must be very emotional if he thinks emotions get in the way. I just think Sherlock Holmes must be bursting!"
-Steven Moffat (cool interview here)
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"(…) Lestrade is so easy to kill, it’s a miracle no one’s come to the temptation. I have his keys in my brother’s house (…)"
— Sherlock, The Sign Of Three, Season 3 (via duckhouse)