Okay, let's talk for a minute. I know I've talked a lot about different TV shows here, but let's be honest. There is one show that I would get cable for. Just one. One simple show that I love so much that I could watch it a million and twelve times, which would be a lot because it's only three episodes a series. And there are only two series so far. Of course I am talking about Sherlock, the new BBC version of Sherlock Holmes, steered by the incomparable team of Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss. I knew little about the people in the show and little about the subject matter when I started watching it. Of course I knew OF Sherlock Holmes, any person with an interest in literature knows OF Sherlock Holmes, but I had yet to read any of the stories which inspired this amazing show. I'm pretty sure the closest I had gotten to Sherlock Holmes before this was Disney's The Great Mouse Detective and Robert Downey Jr's version of Sherlock. And then one day, my dear friend insisted that I watch Sherlock. I was already in the throws of Doctor Whodom at the moment and was loathe to separate a moment from my Doctor. Then my sisters brought it up in casual conversation, mentioning that maybe I should watch it because it was interesting and they thought I might like it. So, during a lull I used to extend David Tennant as the Doctor, I watched Sherlock. As mentioned before, each series is only three episodes long, but each episode is 90 minutes long. I ran through the first series in a day. And then I rewatched them, and before I knew it, I was all about everything Sherlock. And not just ANY Sherlock. No, no. It had to be MY Sherlock, because who else could play the high-functioning sociopath like Benedict Cumberbatch? I mean his is the only name that even MATCHES that of Sherlock Holmes. Plus I mean have you seen the man? You could cut yourself on those cheekbones, and drown in the blueness of those eyes. AND he's a real life ginger. I love real life gingers!!! So yes, you can keep your rats and your Roberts, and your female Watsons (I mean really?!). I will be patiently sitting here waiting for Benedict and Martin to finish filming series three of this show so that I can FINALLY watch them.