The dramatic zoom that started it all.
Margery Mason, known to fans as the Food Trolley Witch, passed away on January 26, 2014 at age 100.
Mason had a long and diverse career, which began in 1927 when she was just 14 years old. She performed for troops during World War II, before getting her big break in the series Talking To A Stranger alongside Dame Judy Dench in 1966. A talented Shakespearean actress, Mason was also the former artistic director of Repertory Theater in Bangor, Northern Ireland.
She continued acting until 2012, making her one of the longest-serving actresses in history. Her talent and contribution to the acting world will be missed.
Oh my god. It was a test.
Holy f… I thought John was just smirking to himself about the corrupt nature of government. But this is just proof; Mycroft really is smarter than Sherlock. The warehouse wasn’t just a babysitting interview and salary negotiation, even if Sherlock thought it was. it was a damned test, and John passed. He’s too morally driven to sell Sherlock out, and therefore not inclined to stab Mycroft in the back. Four for you, Mycroft. You go, Mycroft.
(Also, CONTINUITY, Mr. Gatiss. You’re doing it right.)
This little shit knows exactly what he is doing
If a line of dialogue is the title of the episode, movie, or book, it obviously must have some great significance. If it sounds completely random, that just means the true meaning of the title has yet to be revealed. So when a character is heard using the title in dialogue, the audience sits up and takes notice, because the scriptwriter has just planted a neon sign that flashes this conversation is important.
THEY SAID THE THING!
and then there’s Doctor Who
and then there’s
I decided to have fun with the auditions. I thought if it didn’t work, I could do something else. That took the pressure off. That’s a constant devil, even now. You’re juggling the right amount of confidence with the right amount of self-doubt. You need enough to give you the vulnerability to find the magic in scenes, to give those moments that really pop.
I just really love pictures like this
"Stilinski! Where’s Jackson?"