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TGIF: Sherlock Holmes, Grammar Nazi January 14, 2011

Posted by Jill (@bonnjill) in Fun stuff, TGIF.

I haven’t had a TGIF video in a while, because I haven’t really seen any that have been worthwhile. I’ll post videos on Friday occasionally when I find them, but there aren’t enough language-related videos out there to do so regularly. As always, if you find a video you’d like to share with everyone please send it to me and I will be happy to give you full credit for discovering it.

I am a Sherlock (2010) junkie. If you haven’t seen the latest incarnation of Sherlock Holmes from the BBC I suggest you do, because it is fabulous. There are only three episodes at the moment, with plans for more to come. It is set in 21st century London, and Holmes texts while Watson is a blogger. In this clip, which introduces Holmes to the audience, he visits a potential client in Minsk.



1. Susanne Aldridge III - January 14, 2011

Whenever I think “TGIF” I do it in the old ABC rhythm

2. Hilary Higgins - January 14, 2011

We stumbled onto Sherlock as well and have really enjoyed it. My recent guilty pleasures have included The Tudors and the mini series Pillars of the Earth, an excellent adaptation of Ken Follett’s novel, written in the 90’s, I believe. Anyway, check them out. TGIF!

3. Kevin Lossner - January 16, 2011

Oh my. This is hilarious. Hang him high 🙂

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