Send the link below via email or IMCopy
Present to your audienceStart remote presentation
- Invited audience members will follow you as you navigate and present
- People invited to a presentation do not need a Prezi account
- This link expires 10 minutes after you close the presentation
- A maximum of 30 users can follow your presentation
- Learn more about this feature in our knowledge base article
BBC Sherlock Prezi
Transcript of BBC Sherlock Prezi
John is told to keep the blog by his therapist, however after writing about his adventures with Sherlock it becomes an internet sensation.
"Oh, for God's sake!"
The consulting detective is played by Benedict Cumberbatch, and is amazing. With fast talking and no end of cases; Sherlock has switched to nicotine patches and the odd cigarette from smoking tobacco in a pipe, along with preferring to text instead of calling people.
The army doctor, played by Martin Freeman, is also coming into the 21st century. He writes a blog and in the beginning is an invalid home from Afghanistan. It is discovered that he doesn't have post-traumatic stress, but simply misses the violence of war and that is why he solves crimes with Sherlock.
By Emilie H.
The blog of Dr. John Watson
Greg has respect for Sherlock and seems to possess none of the animosity his team has. He tries to get his team to cooperate with Sherlock whenever possible, even when Sherlock is being insulting. Despite this, he is often frustrated by Sherlock's cryptic deductions and lack of explanations for his conclusions, as well as his constant insults.
Greg seems to like Dr John Watson and it takes a lot more time for him to warm up to Sherlock. Greg becomes closer to Sherlock and John after seeing their friendship strengthen, even attending a small Christmas party at 221B Baker Street.
Despite the hostility/rivalry between them, Mycroft cares greatly for his brother, although his ways of watching out for his brother are unorthodox in the extreme. He is an almost entirely cynical, socially detached, and calculating individual with an exceptional degree of self-control. His powers of deduction surpass that of his younger brother, Sherlock, when he discovered what had happened to a hiker by simply "glancing over the police reports". At one point, he and Sherlock have a deduction battle and, as always, he wins. He has always been 'the smart one' according to them both, which caused Sherlock to believe that he was an idiot, until they met other children. He also corrects Sherlock's deduction of John and the lilo, by saying it was the sofa.
Mary Morstan and John Watson met while they were still under the impression that Sherlock was dead and while they had not known each other for a particularly long time, they loved each other enough for John to propose to her and Mary to accept. They got married in "The Sign of Three" in which John also told Sherlock that both he and Mary were people that had changed his life completely and that they were the two he loved and cared about the most. Sherlock also figured out that Mary was pregnant with John's baby. Their relationship remained stable until John heard Mary profess to having been an assassin, that she had been the one to shoot Sherlock and that everything he thought he knew about her past had been lies (something she hoped he would never find out).
This is it!
Sherlock has gone modern...
The "consulting criminal", portrayed by Andrew Scott, is a cold, heartless being who is always coming back at Sherlock using all different methods. He is shown to have an interest in Sherlock that borders on obsession, though he does not hesitate to try to kill him when he loses interest.
The morgue girl is amazing! Molly has a crush on Sherlock Holmes, which he frequently exploits to get her assistance. Molly is socially awkward, but dedicated to helping Sherlock. She cares for him, and it hurts her that he is so cold and dismissive towards her.
Sherlock seems to know she has feelings for him, yet remains impassive whenever she attempts to further their relationship. At times, he is quite rude to her. Sherlock seems content with remaining acquaintances and sometimes work colleagues. However, by the end of series two, it is demonstrated that he cares for her too, but in a platonic context.
As their friendship progresses, her romantic affections for him become muted, if still lingering ever-so-slightly between the two. It is revealed in the Empty Hearse that she is the "One person that matters the most" to Sherlock. However, it is unclear whether this mattering is in the context of Sherlock's emotions or in the overall completion of his faked death plan.
Molly, Mary, John, Sherlock, DI Lestrade, Mrs. Hudson