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In this episode of Anomaly Supplemental, Sue and I share our reactions to Sherlock series three. Before we hit the ground running and talk about [spoiler] and [another spoiler], we catch you up on what we’ve been up to, answer a question about whether or not a non-classic Sherlock fan should watch Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss’s modern take. And we also take time to discuss fandoms for Sherlock and other shows and how interest and love for a show can vary in degrees. Again, there will be spoilers, so those who have not watched the third series/season yet and wish to be surprised may want to tread with caution.

Series three of Sherlock is now on DVD and available for purchase. Also available is the awesome series three soundtrack, which features the dubstep remix of the show’s theme. Visit your preferred online or local retailer to get your copy.

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The theme music for Anomaly Supplemental is the song “I’ll Still be a Geek After Nobody Thinks it’s Chic (The Nerd Anthem)” from the album “Got To Fly” and is used by permission of Marian Call. Visit her website for more information and music. 

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KCCo-Host/ Anomaly Supplemental
After misspellings of her first name and confusion with her middle name sounding like “Klingon,” she now uses her initials as her nom de plume.
SueCo-Host/ Anomaly Supplemental
Sue is a trekkie, a tap dancer, a juggler, a sports fan, an amateur photographer, a Henson fan, a blogger, a theatre nerd, a reader, a board-gamer…and therefore an “Anomaly”.