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Sherlock Holmes and the Baker Street Irregulars (2007)
on Friday, June 8, 2012
BONUS! Sofie's commentary track for the video you just watched:
Join Sherlock Holmes
(portrayed by Sofie Liv) and Dr. John Watson
(portrayed by Sursum Ursa
) once again as they take on Sherlock Holmes and the Baker Street Irregulars
, the two-part BBC mini series from 2007 with Jonathan Pryce in the title role, Anna Chancellor as a less than ideal Irene Adler, and the Irregulars, a ragtag group of street kids who do all the work while Holmes gets all the credit. Meanwhile, our Watson ends up having to do most of the reviewing herself as our Holmes gets lost on the streets of London.
Sofie would also like to apologize for coming up with an absolutely terrible idea for how to film this episode that caused major audio issues, so she's provided an audio commentary for those who can't stand the noise.
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