This is so amazing hahaha
funny or foul?
Yes, it may win the award for perhaps the most unwieldy title for an article ever posted by Sherlockology, but when it’s in relation to an event as momentous as the 50th Anniversary of Doctor Who, it’s possibly justified.
Below, we look into the televisual events from the past week of celebrations that are directly tied to BBC Sherlock - The Day of the Doctor and The Night of the Doctor, both written by Steven Moffat, and An Adventure in Space and Time written by Mark Gatiss. Since all are post-broadcast, there will be a degree of spoilers contained within, but certainly nothing that will derail enjoyment if watching each for the first time.
So without further ado…
The Beauty of Simple
People often see things in ways that are hard to define. Complex, troubled, litigious, prismatic or and in a collage type way, Affecting our general Perception of what the true form of that what we see really is . Distorting the truth, we arrive at points of total fabrication by adding layer upon layer of our experiences and influences, transforming the beauty of its simplicity and therefore turning it to something else . We should strive to look at things naked, raw. Try to find the essence of its composition, the true nature of its existence………
^Every Whovian’s reaction when John Hurt’s face came on screen
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