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Title: Internal System Reboot
Recipient: [livejournal.com profile] gardnerhill
Author: [livejournal.com profile] mistyzeo
Verse: Sherlock Holmes in the 22nd Century
Characters/Pairings: Sherlock Holmes/John Watson, Sherlock Holmes/robot!John Watson, Inspector Beth Lestrade
Rating: Explicit
Warnings: Anthropomorphism, sex with an android.
Summary: Sherlock Holmes was never meant to be a widower; now a machine wears his late husband's face.


Also on AO3: Internal System Reboot

The honey was never supposed to work. )
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Title: Something Good (Will Come From That)
Recipient: [livejournal.com profile] gardnerhill
Author: [livejournal.com profile] sanguinity
Characters/Pairings: Holmes & Watson; Holmes/Watson
Rating: General
Summary: One hundred years of moving pictures about Holmes and Watson.
Author Notes:

My deepest thanks to my collaborator and source-monkey, [livejournal.com profile] k_e_p, without whom this would have required twice the work and been half as good. Major thanks also to [livejournal.com profile] grrlpup, who watched many hours of source and many drafts of the vid, and to [livejournal.com profile] ghost_lingering, who provided excellent beta and technical advice.

If you spot an error in the source list, please say so. I am especially uncertain that I have credited the correct actors for Jighangsha (1951). If there’s anyone out there who can double-check against the in-film credits (which are in Bengali script), that would be a great boon, thank you.

[livejournal.com profile] gardnerhill, I trust balance has been maintained in the Force. ;-)

Also on AO3: "Something Good (Will Come From That)"

Something Good (Will Come From That) )

Sources )

Lyrics

I saw you strolling by your solitary
Am I nosy? Very very!
I’d like to bet a juicy huckleberry
What you’re after is a boy
We’re both in luck for introductions are not necessary…

Mm-mm-mm, would you like to take a walk?
Mm-mm-mm, do you think it’s gonna rain?
Mm-mm-mm, how about a sarsparilla?
Gee, the moon is yellow!
Something good will come from that.

Mm-mm-mm, have you heard the latest song?
Mm-mm-mm, it’s a very pretty strain.
Mm-mm-mm, don’t you feel a little thrilly?
Gee, it’s getting chilly!
Something good will come from that!

When you’re strolling through the where-sis
You need a who-sis to lean upon
When you have no who-sis
To hug and what-sis
Dog-gone!

Mm-mm-mm, would you like to take a walk?
Mm-mm-mm, do you think it’s gonna rain?
Mm-mm-mm, aren’t you tired of the talkies?
I prefer the walkies
Something good will come from that.

Walking and talking with a girl like you
Is about the sweetest thing any boy can do
I’d rather be romancing than walking, dear
I’d rather be dancing… Oh, let’s dance here.

Doot-doo-doo, have you heard the song of spring?
Doot-doo-doo, you can hear it everywhere.
Doot-doo-doo, when you see the little roses
Turning up their noses
Something good will come from that.

Mm-mm-mm, when you see a butterfly
Mm-mm-mm, nodding to a buttercup
Mm-mm-mm, when you hear a little cricket
Chirping in the thicket
Something good will come from that.

Oh, say, I'd love to be your who-sis
We could go where-sis most every night
We could love and what-sis
You’d find your who-sis just right.

Doot-doo-doot-doo-doo, take a walk in lover’s lane
Doot-doo-doot-doo-doo, then you’ll hear that song of spring
Doot-doo-doot-doo-doo, when you hear those lovers sighing
Then there’s no denying
Something good will come from that!
...and that!
...and that!

 
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Title: to cradle the world in his hands
Recipient: [livejournal.com profile] graycardinal
Author: [livejournal.com profile] k_e_p
Characters/Pairings: Tennyson and the Irregulars
Rating: General Audiences
Warnings: Ableism
Summary: He does not feel limited. A Tennyson origin story.

to cradle the world in his hands )
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Title: Echoes of the Past
Author: [livejournal.com profile] gardnerhill
Recipient: [livejournal.com profile] graycardinal
Fandom: Sherlock Holmes in the 22nd Century
Pairing: Sherlock Holmes and Beth Lestrade
Word Count: 3082
Rating: G
Warning: None
Summary: There’s more than one way to connect with a previous century.
Author's Notes: Written for [livejournal.com profile] graycardinal.

Echoes of the Past )
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Title: let my name be not forgotten
Recipient: [livejournal.com profile] sanguinity
Author:: [livejournal.com profile] k_e_p
’Verse: Sherlock Holmes in the 22nd Century
Character/Pairings: Beth Lestrade
Word Count: 6157
Rating: Teen and Up
Warnings: Mention of human trafficking
Summary: Lestrade has something to prove.

let my name be not forgotten )
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Title: The Persistence of Memory
Recipient: [livejournal.com profile] amindamazed
Author: [livejournal.com profile] sanguinity
Fandoms: Elementary; Sherlock Holmes in the 22nd Century
Characters/Pairings: Joan Watson & Sherlock Holmes
Rating: Mature
Warnings: off-screen major character deaths, mentions of drug use
Summary: It was 2198, and everyone Joan Watson knew was dead. Everyone except Sherlock Holmes.
Tags: AU, crack, hurt/comfort, angst, unhappy endings
Words: approx 8,000
Author Notes:

Elementary spoilers through 2x22 "Paint it Black," divergent thereafter.

Presumes no prior knowledge of Sherlock Holmes in the 22nd Century, and spoilers are limited largely to 1x01 "The Fall and Rise of Sherlock Holmes." However, this story is a major break from that show’s tone; please heed the warnings and tags.

Major thanks to my betas, [livejournal.com profile] grrlpup and beanarie, who held my hand every step of the way. All remaining faults with the story are my own.

The Persistence of Memory )

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