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Let me in to that bigger on the inside blue box. Cumberbatch is adorable, but I definitely need more time.
Love Sherlock but it’s a no-brainer to go with companion.
Okay, let me see?….If the doctor is knocking on my door then my house is probably an alien space ship hidden by a perception filter, so I’m in danger. If Sherlock is knocking, then I’m unquestionably part of a conspiracy in which I’m an innocent pawn or a guilty accomplice, and still in danger. The question then, is who (pun intended) is the most likely to get me out of my present danger? Added to that, I’m human, female, married, middle aged and a university student majoring in Literature and History. Sherlock does seem to have a soft spot for his Mum and Mrs. Hudson, but then the doctor has the tardis. Sherlock would certainly be fascinating, but then the doctor has the tardis. Sherlock would certainly challenge me to think outsid the box (another pun intended), but then the doctor has the tardis. What the hey, I’d choose the doctor, because as you’ve probably deduced from this comment, I absolutely love…..bowties!
With Sherlock thinking outside the box, you could get boxed in and might have to take up boxing.
first of all i d go with the doctor cause he is awesome but his adventures are deadly. Second, it always starts off with a favor… i’d say as my favor for the doctor to do is a sonic screwdriver and a trip through space and time.
What if SHERLOCK played as the 13th doctor.