16.9.14 at 20:00

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i literally never get tired of this post

I still get chills when I think about people hearing this for the first time.

remember the time shrek 2 ended with the best animated music number ever for no apparent reason


16.9.14 at 12:00

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Reference to Hannibal the novel in Kō No Mono (S2E11) and Œuf (S1E4)

Dr Lecter was watching a film called A Brief History of Time, about the great astrophysicist Stephen Hawking and his work. He had watched it many times before. This was his favorite part, where the teacup falls off the table and smashes on the floor.

Hawking, twisted in his wheelchair, speaks in his computer-generated voice: "Where does the difference between the past and the future come from? The laws of science do not distinguish between the past and the future. Yet there is a big difference between the past and future in ordinary life.

"You may see a cup of tea fall off of a table and break into pieces on the floor. But you will never see the cup gather itself back together and jump back on the table.” 

The film, run backward, shows the cup reassembling itself on the table. Hawking continues: “The increase of disorder or entropy is what distinguishes the past from the future, giving a direction to time.”

Dr Lecter admired Hawking’s work very much and followed it as closely as he could in the mathematical journals. He knew that Hawking had once believed the universe would stop expanding and would shrink again, and entropy might reverse itself. Later Hawking said he was mistaken.

Lecter was quite capable in the area of higher mathematics, but Stephen Hawking is on another plane entirely from the rest of us. For years Lecter had teased the problem, wanting very much for Hawking to be right the first time, for the expanding universe to stop, for entropy to mend itself, for Mischa, eaten, to be whole again.

and in the ending of Hannibal:

Occasionally, on purpose, Dr Lecter drops a teacup to shatter on the floor. He is satisfied when it does not gather itself together. For many months now, he has not seen Mischa in his dreams.


Another reference to the famous cup breaking! :) Oh Hanni…


Best friends


16.9.14 at 8:59

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The Annotated 221b

  1. The prop newspaper headline is “United We Stand" (Lookit how the camera zooms in on it!)
  2. Fernando and Humberto Campana “Blow Up” fruit bowl
  3. The safe (appears in ACD canon)
  4. A shadow box of labeled ammunition. (You can’t see it here but Sherlock has 2 .50 calibre browning machine gun cartridges over by John’s chair.)
  5. The seltzer bottle (a nod to the gasogene in ACD)
  6. Green decorative glass — hourglass shaped
  7. Samsung LE32B450 32-inch LCD HD TV 
  8. Tizio lamp (1972) designed by Richard Sapper
  9. Bronze hound statue like this one (x) (decidedly not gigantic)
  10. Romeo y Julietta and Monte Cristo cigar boxes
  11. Ali Miller tea service
  12. A skull
  13. A taxidermy box with bat and insects
  14. Lotto scratch cards
  15. Leatherman Charge AL Multitool and SH’s correspondence
  16. Qin Dynasty archer
  17. Glass on glass mirror (with Zoffany Navarre wallpaper from the Nureyev collection)
  18. Sherlock’s books! All the books! Click here for a full list)
  19. SAMTID Floor/reading lamp, Ikea
  20. Leather chair inspired by Le Grand Confort by Le Corbusier (1928)
  21. Chrome desk fan (like this x)
  22. Black coral (Go fake! Here’s why.)
  23. Touch table lamp with chrome base
  24. Lots of stuff on the desk you can’t see in this view. A lot of it is here (x) and here (x)
  25. Mid-century Danish modern chairs and table
  26. iPhone
  27. Cordless phone 

Here are my annotations for:

Here is my 221b Pinterest board where you can follow my progress as I hunt down every bleeding thing on the set.

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I love this post.

is that a fucking pun

16.9.14 at 8:57

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Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (1953) dir. Howard Hawks

It’s a tiara!

16.9.14 at 8:00

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sam’s face in the third gif gives me life 

16.9.14 at 4:00

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How to be evil:

  1. Call everyone a fool.
16.9.14 at 2:20

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When you separate an entwined particle, and you move both parts away from the other, even on opposite ends of the universe if you alter or affect one, the other will be identically altered or affected. Spooky.