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Saturday, 28 April 2012

I Am NOT Your Housekeeper!

Ah, Mrs. Hudson. You've got to like her. She's always there, running about the house and trying to keep everything under control (pretty difficult, with Mr. Holmes as a tenant). Her relationship with John and Sherlock is somewhat like that of a mother, But sadly, until the BBC series, Mrs. Hudson was mostly a very minor character. What are your thoughts? Should she be getting more attention?


  1. Except in the empty house, where she was having to enter the room with a rifle aimed at the window.

  2. In my humble opinion, Mrs Hudson in the BBC series is quite different from the caring and patient version in the canon. I am quite happy with the very minor role she has been given in this particular adaptation :)


  3. I agree, I think they've modernised Mrs. Hudson too! Although Sherlock seems to like her anyway. 'Mrs. Hudson leave Baker Street? England would fall!'