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Andrew Scott, Mark Gatiss and Benedict Cumberbatch (Pic: PBS)
Andrew Scott, Mark Gatiss and Benedict Cumberbatch (Pic: PBS)
Andrew Scott, Mark Gatiss and Benedict Cumberbatch (Pic: PBS)

As we mentioned in our roundup of the Sherlock panel at San Diego Comic-Con yesterday (July 9), there was a comic interlude at the beginning of the panel, with a video made especially for the event, in which Andrew Scott, Benedict Cumberbatch and Mark Gatiss apologize for not being there in person.

As is the way of these things, PBS has now published the clip to YouTube, so we can all enjoy the sight of Andrew reading his script for (ahem) “Specter,” witness a brief snatch of Benedict playing Hamlet, and marvel at Mark’s moustache:

“So listen, they’ve written me out of the show. I think I’m dead,” indeed!

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By Fraser McAlpine