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Martin Freeman Interview - Sherlock & Watson Love (I kind of love how he says "do you know what I mean?" all the time. Do you know what I mean?)

Martin Freeman Interview - Sherlock & Watson Love (I kind of love how he says "do you know what I mean?" all the time. Do you know what I mean?)

Love this compilation. Courtesy of 'Turning up you coat collar to be more like Sherlock' FB page, they were doing Watson Wednesday. LOVE IT!

Love this compilation. Courtesy of 'Turning up you coat collar to be more like Sherlock' FB page, they were doing Watson Wednesday. LOVE IT!

I always ask myself, ‘How honest are you being taking this job?’ On my deathbed, I want to know I’ve done the right thing, so I turn down a lot. Life’s too short to do c**p. The things I’m proudest of haven’t been widely seen, such as The Robinsons and Nightwatching. If you can crack being enjoyed by more than 53 people in work you’re proud of, then you’re living. Sherlock is in that category. Unless I’ve messed it up... - MF

I always ask myself, ‘How honest are you being taking this job?’ On my deathbed, I want to know I’ve done the right thing, so I turn down a lot. Life’s too short to do c**p. The things I’m proudest of haven’t been widely seen, such as The Robinsons and Nightwatching. If you can crack being enjoyed by more than 53 people in work you’re proud of, then you’re living. Sherlock is in that category. Unless I’ve messed it up... - MF

A believable friendship, of course, depends most of all on casting. “Benedict was the only person we offered Sherlock to,” Gatiss says. “Casting John [Watson] was much harder. Then, when we got them in the same room together, Steve [Moffat] just said to me, ‘Look, there’s the series.’ And it was absolutely true. It’s an instant chemistry, and they have it in real life as well as on screen.”

A believable friendship, of course, depends most of all on casting. “Benedict was the only person we offered Sherlock to,” Gatiss says. “Casting John [Watson] was much harder. Then, when we got them in the same room together, Steve [Moffat] just said to me, ‘Look, there’s the series.’ And it was absolutely true. It’s an instant chemistry, and they have it in real life as well as on screen.”

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