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BBC Sherlock • The Woman That Counted

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Uploaded on Jan 17, 2012

Thank you so much for all your support and kind comments on this video. It really means a lot to me and it makes me want to tackle-hug you all!

This video started as a Reichenbach tribute and sorta ended as a tribute to the nicest pathologist ever. I mean, of ALL the people Sherlock could have chosen to help him make his escape/fake his suicide, it was Molly Hooper. Caring, nice, brilliant Molly Hooper who has an insane crush on him, stutters all the time and is basically the epitome of all fangirls in the world. ;-) I'm babbling... sorry!

BBC Sherlock, ladies and gentlemen, get in for the ride and be sure to leave your sanity at the door! (^^,)

Programs used:
- Pinnacle Studio Ultimate HD
- Adobe After Effects CS5

Song:
The Cinematic Orchestra - To build a home

Voice-Overs:
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Molly: You're a bit like my dad. When he was dying he was always cheerful, he was lovely. Except when he thought no one could see. I saw him once. He looked sad. You look sad. Are you okay - don't just say you are because I know what that means looking sad when you think no one can see you.

Sherlock: You can see me.

Molly: I don't count.´If there's anything I can do, anything you need, anything at all you can have me. No, I just mean -

Sherlock: What could I need from you?

Molly: Nothing. I don't know. Just -

Sherlock: Well, actually maybe I -

Molly: I know you don't.

Sherlock: You do count. You've always counted and I've always trusted you. You were right: I'm not okay. I think I'm going to die.

Molly: What do you need?

Sherlock: You.

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