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Primeval - Connor whole lotta WTF
Index of Sherlock, Cabin Pressure and Primeval entries

PLEASE NOTE:


All the links below now go to my blog on Dreamwidth.
If, for some reason, you prefer to use Livejournal, you’ll need to use the appropriate Entry Tag at the bottom of the left column. If, for example, you’re looking for Sherlock transcripts, click on “sherlock episode transcript”.


SHERLOCK

Episode transcripts

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

The Special: The Abominable Bride

Season 4: The Six Thatchers / The Lying Detective / The Final Problem

        The transcripts are downloadable (Word and PDF). You can find links to the various versions here.


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
The Special (The Abominable Bride): Mark Gatiss – a Study in Sherlock / Creating the Look / Mark Gatiss Production Diary and Writers’ Interview / Sherlockology Q&A
Season 4: Behind 221B / The Writer’s Chat / Script to Screen / Set Tour: John and Mary’s Flat / Mark Gatiss Video Diary: On Set / Mark Gatiss Video Diary: Final Scenes / Danny Hargreaves Video Diary / Timelapse: Building 221B


My Sherlock fanfiction, macros, etc
Index here.


CABIN PRESSUREepisode transcripts, reports of live episode recordings, my fiction and macros
Index here.

PRIMEVALmy fiction and macros
Index here.

MISCELLANEOUSthe 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)
Index here.

Comments 
26th-Jul-2013 06:50 pm (UTC)
This is great work!

Is it okay if I use the transcripts for a Sherlock references list? I want to put the episodes side to side with the relevant quotes of the canon, to show how much in this show is actually a more or less direct quote or based on Watson's observations of Sherlock. If I ever finish the task, I would naturally credit you and link back to your side.
27th-Jul-2013 11:59 am (UTC)
Thank you so much for asking! I'd be honoured for the transcripts to be used like this. A link back would be appreciated, and please do also give me a link to the finished work so that I can publicise it.

Good luck!
11th-Aug-2013 03:56 pm (UTC) - Maddy
Anonymous
I was randomly googling about Sherlock when I came across this.
I am totally overjoyed and gobsmacked.
You probably don't realise how excited I am because I'm typing in lower case. Sherlock. Cabin Pressure. Transcipts.
Sherlock DVD Commentary.
GOD BLESS YOU.
LOTS OF LOVE for the hardwork you put into this!
2nd-Sep-2013 02:59 pm (UTC) - Thanks
Anonymous
Your work is amazing, and you are hilarious too! There's just one thing I wanted to point out: in Sherlock, Season 1, episode 2 transcript: The Blind Banker, part 2, you mentioned that the numbers written for Soo Lin in different from the others. Well, when you use these numbers, you read from right to left, or up to down, so the numbers would be 1 and 15. Thought you might wanted to know~
3rd-Sep-2013 09:27 am (UTC) - Re: Thanks
Thanks for your kind words.

you read from right to left, or up to down

Are you sure? Because if that's the case then the paint sprayed across Sir William's portrait, the library shelf and the windows of 221B are wrong, because they read left to right.
12th-Nov-2013 03:52 am (UTC) - thank you!!!!!
Anonymous
I want to say thank you!!! before i read these.. really appreciate them.. i've been thinking (and still going to when i have the money) to buy the series. Because there's some scenes I need to replay just to catch the words (sherlock fast talk! The pronunciation!!)
4th-Jan-2014 07:41 am (UTC) - Gahhh
Thank you SO much! English accents take some getting used to if you aren't native. There are so many and they all seem to speak so fast...
10th-Jan-2014 12:27 pm (UTC) - Wreckers
Anonymous
Hi there,
at first a big thank you for your hard work, it's really appreciated and it helped me a lot with those blurry lines in Sherlock.
I've bought Wreckers and I'm appalled about the bad audio quality and that they didn't add subs. Do you have any idea, where I can find a transcript or subtitles for that series?

Thanks a lot again!
10th-Jan-2014 01:51 pm (UTC) - Re: Wreckers
Sorry - not a clue. And don't even look at me - I thought the movie was awful, so I won't be doing a transcript for that one!
13th-Jan-2014 10:39 pm (UTC)
Of all the numerous things to have come out of His Last Vow (I'd say probably 75% of which I'm sure I missed...) I am still impressed, almost a full day after the fact, that you correctly called that Redbeard was going to be a pet from his younger years (dog is actually more likely than bunny - balance of probability) - but, in any case, you are GOOD!! At least as good as Billy...
14th-Jan-2014 01:04 am (UTC)
I am extremely smug about this! There may have been a bit of fist-pumping at the first sight of Redbeard, albeit that there was some disappointment that he wasn't a bunny.

(And thank you for not putting your comment under the transcript for The Sign of Three and thereby giving spoilers to anyone who's not yet seen His Last Vow.)
16th-Jan-2014 02:59 am (UTC) - Wow - great work!
Anonymous
Thank you so much for doing this! Barely scratched the surface - so looking forward to reading them all.

onecatshort
16th-Jan-2014 05:46 pm (UTC) - Thank you so much
Anonymous
I was so happy to find your comprehensive transcripts of Sherlock! My daughter finally talked me into watching it, but I don't hear very well and her copy doesn't have closed captioning. Now I can understand all those times when I ran the show back over and over again, and could never fathom the words!
24th-Jan-2014 04:31 pm (UTC) - thank you again:)
Anonymous
Ariane, Ariane, Ariane!!

As usual, before i started the transcript for s3, i want to say thank you very much.
There is this particular word Mary said in s3e1 when John was removing his mustache (when she teased john regarding sherlock) that i really can't get it. I immediately remembered you (and hang my hope on you). I'm waiting to watch all 3 episodes before reading this though.

Thank you so much.

-me, the anon from nov 2013.
29th-Jan-2014 11:42 pm (UTC) - Your Scripts
Hey,
I'm Amii and I'm currently writing a Sherlock FanFiction that is based off of ASiP and I wanted to a)thank you for taking the time to put up your script it makes things so much easier. b)i wanted to let you know that i used your script (if that's okay) c) also that when I post it I plan on putting up a link to your LiveJournal if that's okay and citing you as my reference.
Again thank you so much.
Sincerely,
Amelia Andresen
IAmSherLOCKED666 on A03 and FFNet
30th-Jan-2014 09:13 am (UTC) - Re: Your Scripts
You're welcome to use extracts from the transcripts - that's one of the reasons why I write them, so that people can get lines correct when they're writing stories, without having to plough through the DVD to find the right scene. A link back to my LJ blog is always welcome, so thanks very much!
31st-Jan-2014 06:42 am (UTC)
Thanks for the transcripts! It helps me lots since I'm not English speaker eheh ^^
31st-Jan-2014 09:32 am (UTC) - A huge thank you...
Anonymous
Dear Ariane,

I just discovered this wondrous blog. I was looking for the actual wording of the Watson-Marsdon marriage toast, and here it is! I know well the amount of time and effort and patience this kind of thing takes! Bravo you! I have done transcripts of Peter Jackson's Director's and Writers' commentaries for RotK EE and TH AUJ EE. Fortunately someone else had done FotR EE and TTT EE by then! And I have done fan transcriptions of the EE bits of the LotR films until I could find actual shooting scripts. And I am still hoping to find the RotK EE shooting script. Timdalf

PS: And for us benighted Yanks who miss the occasional mumbled Britspeak phrase this is sooo very helpful.
22nd-Feb-2014 11:51 am (UTC) - A Big Thank you!!
Anonymous
Just to drop a line saying thank you. I just found your blog today. It's very helpful for me. As English isn't my native Language, and they speak very fast and I could only catch some of them. Anyway, thank you for your effort!!!

Love Sherlock! Love Benedict Cumberbatch!
15th-Mar-2014 01:16 pm (UTC) - Thank you
Anonymous
Thank you for making all these transcripts. We are all sherlocked. And may I ask why is there only " a study of pink" have the PDF file? I really want to download the others to my ipad of offline study or for relieving the sign and symptoms of the sherlocked. Thanks .
15th-Mar-2014 07:28 pm (UTC) - Re: Thank you
The comparison between the two versions of A Study in Pink is a huge document, which is why we made it into a PDF file. As I understand it, people copy the three or four Livejournal pages of the other transcripts to Word documents if they want to keep them on their own computers or e-readers. Sorry if that's a problem for you!
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