Index of Sherlock, Cabin Pressure and Primeval entries
Season 1: A Study in Pink / The Blind Banker / The Great Game
A Study in Pink (pilot episode) / A Study in Pink - the broadcast episode and the pilot episode compared side by side (downloadable pdf file)
Season 2: A Scandal in Belgravia / The Hounds of Baskerville / The Reichenbach Fall
Season 3: Mini episode: Many Happy Returns / The Empty Hearse / The Sign of Three / His Last Vow
DVD episode audio commentaries
A Study in Pink / The Great Game / A Scandal in Belgravia / The Hounds of Baskerville / The Empty Hearse / His Last Vow
DVD special feature transcripts
Season 1: Unlocking Sherlock
Season 2: Sherlock Uncovered
Season 3: Fans, Villains and Speculation – The Legacy of Sherlock Holmes / Shooting Sherlock / The Fall
Season 3 Special Edition: Deleted scene from “His Last Vow” / Series outtakes
My Sherlock fanfiction, macros, etc
CABIN PRESSURE – episode transcripts, reports of live episode recordings, my fiction and macros
PRIMEVAL – my fiction and macros
Miscellaneous – the stuff that doesn’t fit elsewhere (including transcripts of the Sherlock parodies; Benedict Cumberbatch in “Look Back in Anger”; and the Frankenstein Q&A with Benedict Cumberbatch, Jonny Lee Miller and Danny Boyle. Plus cupcakes)
Title: Sherlilocks and the Three Bores
Author: Ariane DeVere
Word count: 1291
Summary: A twist on the Goldilocks story (obviously). Sherlilocks goes for a walk in the forest and finds the house of the Three
Bears Bores. Crackfic to the max, ludicrous mangling of a traditional fairytale with malice aforethought. And a tiny bit of porn.
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Sherlock parody – Transcript of “The Case of the Missing Shoulder”
For those whose first language is not English, here’s a transcript of the latest parody in the hope that it will help. I have only transcribed the spoken words and not what is happening visually. If you haven’t seen the video yet because of the above reason, can I suggest that you watch it first and then rewatch with the transcript.
And trust me, don’t try to read it if you haven’t seen the video, or your head will explode.
There are a few bits I may have got wrong, so I’m happy to take suggestions of corrections!
I hope a few people find this useful. At least for a while it kept my mind off the pain from the tooth extraction that I suffered yesterday.
The transcripts of the previous parodies “Oklahomo” and “Mind Phallus” and links to the videos are here.
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Title: Resolving a cross ticking time bomb
Author: Ariane DeVere
Word count: 855
Summary: Sherlock has been cross, tense and snappy and has been avoiding John for days, and John has no idea why. Will a text conversation finally reveal what the problem is?
Bickering, banter, text talk (that’s text talk! *shakes head at the pervy-minded readers*), romance.
A birthday fic for squire.
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I was interviewed for the latest edition of the Three Patch Podcast, talking about all the hows and whys and wherefores of transcribing episodes of Sherlock. If you’re interested, you can listen to it here. My interview starts at around 44:15. (Other interviews and chat are available.)
My laptop is a mess. I imagine that it has downloaded something very dodgy, and consequently it barely works. Currently it won't download anything - not even legal programmes from Microsoft, or Skype, for example. Skype itself refuses to work. Internet Explorer suddenly ceased working several months ago, and Chrome is erratic. I logged out of my Hotmail account yesterday and now when I try to go to Hotmail, it goes to the sign-in page but then just stays as a white blank page on Torch, and Chrome shows my inbox but won't let me click and open any emails. I'm having to access it either at work on on my phone. Tumblr images mostly don't load - both photos and animated gifs. Youtube plays the sound but the picture freezes on the first frame. Generally the computer is knackered, and it's only 2 and a half years old.
I'm far too old and pathetic to even know where to start getting it fixed. The last time I got in an 'expert' from the Yellow Pages for my old PC, the guy simply restored everything back to its factory settings, and I would hate to lose some of the programmes I've got, like the lovely old keyboard-friendly Media Player Classic which I use to do transcripts (the newest version which they gave me at work is rubbish in comparison); and I'm really reluctant to simply buy a new laptop because of what I've heard about the horror which is the newest version of Windows.
So I was just wondering whether anyone out there has a trustworthy IT expert who might be able to hack into my laptop remotely and have a jolly good tinker around and sort it out. I would pay for their services - I'm not asking any special favours here - but haven't got a clue where to look for someone.
If anybody has any suggestions of a trusted person I could get in contact with, I'd be very grateful! If you prefer to PM me rather than comment publicly, please do so. I just hope that I don't lose Livejournal any time soon!!
Title: There’ll be people
Author: Ariane DeVere
Word count: 2436
Summary: There’s a reason why Sherlock doesn’t travel on the Underground, and it’s not because he’s a snob. John learns the reason the hard way. Although, given the conclusion, maybe this one Tube ride wasn’t such a bad idea.
Bickering, banter, a bit of angst, fluff, friendship, first kiss. And Chocolamousse’s optional epilogue™.
A birthday fic for chocolamousse.
Inspired by Sherlock’s line in Many Happy Returns: “Of course I’m going to miss dinner – there’ll be people.”
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Cabin Pressure Transcript: 5.01 Zurich Part 1
Script by John Finnemore
Transcript by Ariane DeVere
A link back to this page would be kind if you are cutting and pasting extracts from this transcript to post on your own blog, Tumblr etc.
(Reprise of the end of ‘Yverdon-les-Bains’)
MARTIN They offered me the job, Arthur. I can start in three months!
ARTHUR: Wow! Skip! That’s absolutely ... just what you wanted! Great!
MARTIN: Yeah, but it’s not great for anyone else, though, is it – you, or Carolyn, or Douglas, if I go and MJN folds.
ARTHUR: Oh, we’ll be all right. We’ll find stuff to do.
MARTIN (hesitantly): Or ... I just might have been joking about getting an offer.
ARTHUR: Oh, right!
(He and Martin chuckle briefly.)
ARTHUR: I don’t get it. Were-were you joking?
(A door opens)
HERC: Ah. They’re in here.
DOUGLAS: Well? How did it go?
MARTIN: I-I-I-I-I was just telling Arthur about it.
ARTHUR: Yeah, but I didn’t completely understand.
CAROLYN: Well, then, tell us! Did you get in?
MARTIN: ... They’re going to let me know.
[Transcriber’s note: For anyone wondering, yes, this reprise must have been re-recorded. Some of the wording is slightly different, and Arthur’s dwagonfwoo lisp is missing.]
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