Puke all you want, sidecar. This is the United [BLEEP]ing States of Fatboy, baby. Love it or hate it, everyone sings for their supper.
ringingallover requested: “The Middleman + I don’t care I just need more Middleman on my dash”
- Hey na! hey na! My fictional vampire boyfriend is back!
- Jacob from Lost totally tore out some random vampire’s teeth
- Aidan needs to stop killing people he sleeps with
- They totally banged: canon
- Bishop: I’m totally Satan *poof*
- Other stuff that I don’t really care about
- I literally cried into my beer
I know Garfield minus Garfield was the one that got a real book and everything but Garfield without Garfield’s Thought Balloons is way funnier to me.
Especially because John can’t hear Garfield’s dialog so what we see in these strips is the actual canon this s actually the shit this man does with his fucking cat.
Shit, I have to agree. This works way better for me.
Hey boss? If you’re hearing this, it means the nanobots are outside the hatch and I didn’t have enough time to get out of Ida before the cascade overload spreads technology-eating robots from space all over the world. And I just want you to know… I’m kind of okay. You taught me that there are things in life worth dying for. And I’m so glad I got attacked by that tentacled ass-monster back at the lab, and that you framed me so I’d have to be your sidekick, because I am so proud to be a Middleman. And proud to know you.
At a Sherlock event on Tuesday night, organized by the Royal Television Society in London, series creators Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss teased what’s to come in series 4 of the detective drama.
Perhaps most surprising out of the event is this from The Hollywood Reporter: Sherlock series 4 is “expected” to debut in 2016, which obviously is a long wait and conflicts another report in January that said the show could be ready by this Christmas 2014.
BBC controller of drama commissioning Ben Stephenson was also on hand at Tuesday’s event with Sherlock’s creators, which may lend credence to 2016 being an accurate timeframe. While no one is quoted in THR’s report, the creators do talk about the difficulty with scheduling because of the popularity of the show’s stars, Benedict Cumberbatch (Sherlock) and Martin Freeman (Watson).
Sally and Aidan - requested by anon