#you can practically hear him #’see that rhodey? national. treasure.’
Mary, I think you should do a pregnancy test.
I’ll bet this is where she decided to kill CAM (Magnussen). She had to protect her new family, and CAM was sending a direct threat to her via that telegram.
I agree…you can definitely see it in the 4th gif. She goes from shock to excitement to terrified. She did what she had to do to protect her family.
People use that look to mean that she’s afraid the baby isn’t john’s, but yes. This is when she realized CAM had to die, because she had not only her husband to protect, but a child.
This is also hours after she learned that Magnussen knew who she was and was going to come after her. She has every reason to be panicked because she has discovered that she is starting a family and there is a legitimate threat to that family all in the same day.
And all the espionage and hidden identities aside there’s also just the fact that she’s 40 years old and JUST got married and she’s fucking pregnant like I know very few people who wouldn’t be at least a little bit ambivalent about that situation even if they didn’t have a face licking blackmailer threatening them.
My heart falls into my stomach at that last gif because the fear she must have felt. She’s literally alone in her fight at this point. No one else knows what she’s fearing. Even Sherlock doesn’t know the extent of the danger she’s in. To be this afraid, to think you can’t even rely on your loved ones because you want them out of harm’s way. I NEED TO HUG MARY.
Can we fucking applaud Amanda’s acting here, guys? We applaud the way Ben and Martin show hundreds of emotions in a scene in this way BUT JESUS CHRIST THIS WOMAN IS A FUCKING GENIUS.
Amanda Abbington doesn’t get all the love she deserves
Give her ALL THE AWARDS!!!!!
ALL OF THEM!
What if Cecil was all “I want to experiment more in the bedroom.”
And Carlos was like, yes, and literally did experiments in the bedroom while Cecil watched, unsure if he was annoyed or pleased to watch Carlos do science.
Natasha Lyonne on The Todd Barry Podcast Live, October 29 (2013)
Perfect is very boring, and if you happen to have a different look, that’s a celebration of human nature, I think. If we were all symmetrical and perfect, life would be very dull.