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Sherlock/Cabin Pressure crossover macro: Understanding people in Ipswich 
27th-Sep-2011 07:45 pm
CP - spirit of surprising rice
Another Sherlock/Cabin Pressure crossover. Sixteen pics of silliness under the cut.









































I couldn't resist voicing Mr Sargent with the cabbie because - of course - both of them were played by Phil Davis.


Comments 
27th-Sep-2011 07:08 pm (UTC)
Just out of curiosity, what made you decide to use screencaps from the pilot?
27th-Sep-2011 07:17 pm (UTC)
Well, since you ask, someone on the Baker Street Supper Club forum was hankering for pictures of Sherlock in jeans, so I wandered over to aithine.org's screencaps to acquire a few for her, and suddenly realised that Phil Davis had been in Cabin Pressure as well, and the idea took off from there. I stuck with the Pilot rather than A Study in Pink because I reckoned that there would be a better selection of facial expressions from the cabbie via the Pilot.

Plus there aren't many macros out there that use screencaps from the Pilot and I like to ring the changes.

Did I answer the question?! ;-)
27th-Sep-2011 08:35 pm (UTC)
You certainly did! Thank you :)
28th-Sep-2011 07:28 am (UTC)
I can't believe Mr Sargent and Jeff the cabbie are the same person. My mind is BLOWN, I tell you!
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27th-Sep-2011 07:21 pm (UTC)
What DID they do with the quiches? This question has been bothering me ever since I listened to what is unquestionably one of my favourite Cabin Pressure episodes :)

As always, I am blown away by the clever.

Love it!
28th-Sep-2011 12:57 am (UTC)
As I can tell from the episode, they had all four hundred available for tea after all, and Arthur had 7, and Martin had 1. I think they probably had to trash the other 300++. :D
27th-Sep-2011 07:34 pm (UTC)
Bwa! Oh this is delightful. And how did I not realize it was the same actor, how?

Also, I would like one of those quiches please. Thank you.
27th-Sep-2011 07:51 pm (UTC)
Haha, nicely done! And what - Phil Davis voiced Mr Sargent? Clearly, I'm failing at this fangirling business.
27th-Sep-2011 10:57 pm (UTC)
Ditto! I did the same with Ben Willbond. The only guest star who's voice I got straight away was the dashing Mr Anthony Head

*fangirl fail*

27th-Sep-2011 10:07 pm (UTC)
~grin~ Oh YAY! I LOVE Ipswich (the episode, not the place) - incidentally, John Finnemore said he enjoyed writing it the most, along with Johannesburg. I know the number one rule of fandom is not to talk about fandom, but a part of me can't help but wonder what he'd make of excellent macros such as these :D
27th-Sep-2011 10:08 pm (UTC)
(Oops, forgot to use appropriate icon. Here it is.)
28th-Sep-2011 12:19 am (UTC)
Soooo... If Sherlock is Douglas, is John Martin ? (I mean Martin Crieff, not Martin Freeman). We can suppose that Mrs Hudson is Carolyn ; does it mean that the skull is Snoopadoop ? Obviously Hopkins will be Arthur (I think I'm starting to get confused).

Anyway, do you realize the headache this macro must give to people who enjoy shipping Sherlock and John on one hand AND Douglas and Martin on the other hand ? :D
28th-Sep-2011 05:41 am (UTC)
'people who enjoy shipping Sherlock and John on one hand AND Douglas and Martin on the other hand
OMG, I want those hands!
28th-Sep-2011 12:59 pm (UTC)
I think I can say, with a very narrow margin of error, that you're in the ideal state of mind to write slash ! :D
28th-Sep-2011 01:36 pm (UTC)
Well, I think I can confirm, with absolutely no error whatsoever, that this state of mind is exceptionally well suited to what I'm doing right now...
1st-May-2012 02:34 pm (UTC)
I thought his voice was familiar in the episode of Cabin Pressure! :-D giggles.
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