a nice photoset of lucy liu looking like a queen and jonny lee miller looking like a dingus

accurate summary of the show too tbh

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“What, you didn’t think the English knew how to summer?” she asks, twirling her skirts. Joan grins, and glances away, leaning on the railing overlooking the river. Sally joins her and Joan can feel the warmth of her arm pressed against her, through the thin cotton of her shirt.

“How long do you think we’ve got,” she says, “before somebody’s phone rings with a murder case?”

“Switch it off until we’ve done the Tower,” Sally advises, and takes her hand.

- Sherlock/Elementary crossover AU, in which an overworked Sally Donovan finally books some leave and gets a visit from the woman she met in a New York coffeeshop last Christmas.

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I’m glad Elementary shows the sexism women face. Joan Watson has been insulted, belittled, and underestimated numerous times. And each time she is shown to be a boss, a role model, more than capable at handling anything thrown at her without being portrayed as a bitch. She handles these situations by calling people out on their B.S., and continues on her way. She’s done this with Gregson, Sherlock, Moriarty, and many minor characters.

Lucy Liu is amazing, and I love that Joan Watson does not just brush off or accept these subtle sexist aggressions. She calls people out and is a boss with her words and actions while maintaining professionalism. 

#i think we need to add beyonce into the joan watson soundtrack because this scene is the definition of ‘bow down bitches’

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The Woman

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LEATHER DETAIL JUMPER, the dress is not a dress :), available at

Other alternative: 1, 2, 3, 4

Good lord, girl.

the new york city walk and talk

the new york city walk and talk

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- I am not a nice man. It’s important that you understand that. It’s going to save you a great deal of time and effort. There is not a warmer, kinder me waiting to be coaxed out into the light. I am acerbic. I can be cruel. It’s who I am. Right to the bottom. I’m neither proud of this, nor ashamed of it. It simply is. And in my work, my nature has been an advantage far more often than it has been a hindrance. I’m not gonna change.
- You have. You’re not the same person I met a year and a half ago. You’re…
- Good to you? Yeah. For the most part. I consider you to be… exceptional. So I make an exceptional effort to accommodate you.


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