We solve crimes, I blog about it, and he forgets his pants.
— John Watson
John Watson

Age Mid-30's
Gender Male
Sexuality Bisexual
Species Penguin
Position Army doctor,
General Practitioner
Friends Sherlock Holmes,
Mrs. Hudson,
Gracie, Molly,
Mycroft, Jordin
Enemies James Moriarty
Favorites Mary, Sherlock
Related To Harriet Watson*
Romance Interest Mary Morstan †*
Sherlock Holmes
Status Alive
Alternate Form Crackhead John
Portrayed By Martin Freeman

Dr John Hamish Watson is the best friend and assistant of Sherlock Holmes and a former British Army doctor. He lived in 221B Baker Street with Sherlock, a flat rented from Mrs. Hudson, before marrying Mary Morstan. During the two years John was under the illusion that Sherlock was dead, John met Mary whom he worked with before developing a romantic relationship. However, after her supposed death, John went into a state of depression before letting go and moving on with his life.

He is Gracie's friend from grade school, and the two remain close. John will sometimes go to Club Penguin island with Sherlock to help the PSA, and enjoys their company.

In the alternate universe of The Crack Made Me Do It, John appears as a Crackhead. He reacts to Gracie's decisions much like he does to Sherlock's.

Personality[edit | edit source]

John is extremely brave and resourceful. He is extremely loyal to Sherlock, and will usually, but not always, do what Sherlock asks him to, caring a great deal about his well-being. Sherlock likewise cares about John. He is also very selfless and modest. He is very sarcastic and has an unpredictable sense of humour. He is left-handed.

Quote[edit | edit source]

  • "We are not a couple!"
  • "I am not gay!"
  • "Oh, please can we not do this, this time? You being all mysterious with your cheekbones and turning your coat collar up so you look cool."
  • "Damn my leg!"
  • "I don't shave for Sherlock Holmes."
  • "I was a soldier. I killed people."
  • "You're a drama queen!"
  • "I always hear 'punch me in the face' when you're speaking, but it's usually subtext."

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