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My Drunk TARDIS: Hannah Hart and Chris Hardwick Do My Drunk Kitchen


There’s really no reason to have a picture before the jump on this kind of post, but where else was I going to put this completely relevant image?

My Drunk Kitchen is Hannah Hart‘s regular webseries about food, debauchery, and puns. This week she was joined by Chris Hardwick of Nerdist Industries for a very special Doctor Who-themed episode.

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  • http://twitter.com/JediMB Mattias Berntson

    I object to that bull about Elementary, which is an awesome show.

    The rest was great.

  • Stehpy

    Ah! I love My Drunk Kitchen! AND Dr. Who! Much love! <3

  • http://twitter.com/mitaukano Kash Mitaukano

    I second that objection. Love Hannah and I always watch her show, but seriously fangirls and fanguys can we please stop pitting ourselves on the for Sherlock and against Elementary train? It’s silly cause both shows are great!

  • http://twitter.com/JediMB Mattias Berntson

    Indeed. I’ll admit that being a fan of Sherlock initially stopped me from taking an interest in Elementary, but once I gave it an honest try I realized that the two are playing entirely different games.

    The former being an adaptation of the original stories with some new twists, while the latter is more about staying true to the spirit of Sherlock Holmes while delivering entirely new modern-day adventures.

    …And of course Jonny Lee Miller doesn’t have Benedict Cumberbatch’s boyish charms, but that works to his advantage as the character doesn’t have looks to fall back on when he’s acting like a jerk.

  • Anonymous

    And very different approaches to the concept of “modern Sherlock Holmes.” Lord knows there’s room for lots of Holmesian pastiche in this world.

    That said, I think some of the Sherlock-vs-Elementary train stemmed from the fact that the first two episodes of Elementary were below par (and the pilot struck me as legitimately outright awful). Sort of like watching ST:TNG before Riker grew the beard, except in Elementary’s case it only took about 3 episodes to pull itself together.

    The show hit stride fairly quickly, and Elementary is now one of my favorites to watch during the week, but I know a lot of people who watched just the pilot and then dismissed the show as ‘awful’ without giving it a further chance.

  • Lady Viridis

    Oh, did the show get good? I watched… I think 3-4 episodes of Elementary and my verdict was mostly “this is a decent detective show, but it doesn’t feel like a Sherlock Holmes show.” If it got better though than maybe I’ll check out the rest of the episodes.