BBC Sherlock S3 Character Alignments
Irene Adler made deals with actual terrorist organizations, put “the lives of millions of British citizens at risk” ( her words)….and somehow Mary Watson is the “neutral evil”.
Since I am in such a good mood for some Mary
First, what exactly does chaotic neutral and neutral evil mean?
Chaotic neutrals are generally free spirits. They value individualism. They’d go on great lengths to protect their freedom but couldn’t care less about others’. They don’t disrupt a good organization unless they’re driven by their need for themselves. Which was exactly what Irene Adler did in ASiB, if you recall. She cornered the British Government for her own safety and gain. It wasn’t her who had deals with terrorist organizations, it was Moriarty. You do know how Moriarty works, right? Clients ask for help and he gives out plans. Irene only followed them to achieve what she wants. And we have no canonical evidence of this anyway.
Neutral evils, on the other hand, does whatever they can get away with. They have no qualms in turning on their allies for their own sake. They do not care about who they kill, whatever the reason is. They also hold no regard of the laws and morals because they think those won’t make them any better.
Mary Morstan, on the other hand, did kill a lot of people for money. That’s what assassins do, right? If we watched the same episode, you’d know that she lied to John all throughout their relationship, potentially endangering his life without him having any idea about it, oh, and she shot Sherlock that made him flatline for a minute there and continued to threaten him while he was still fresh from being woken up, not to mention that she kept all her assassin gear, also potentially endangering her unborn child’s life and hasn’t shown any sign of remorse until the episode ended. Sounds like a neutral evil character to me.
You actually got it? I was just kidding about the leg, I just thought it’d be funny!
I’ll be in my bedroom, making no noise and pretending I’m not there.
In the film, “The Hanging Tree” starts as an acapella performance by Katniss (Jen Lawrence). She is joined first by birds (Mockingjays), then groups of rebels as the song morphs more into score. James adds choir and orchestra and it builds to an amazing crescendo with an enormous action shot. It is a huge musical moment in the film.
I love the moment when you’re reading a book and the title suddenly makes sense, why it was chosen and what exactly it means. So satisfying.
in which Rico Rodriguez wins at interviewing Marvel stars at Comic Con (but that doesn’t mean his left boob is safe from Chris Evans, who also isn’t safe from RDJ’s hot towel) (1/?)
Photographer Mattias Klum from National Geographic
I wonder if those people are still a fan of John’s today