If you haven’t watched BBC’s Sherlock series, starring Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman, drop everything and do so immediately. Trust me; after finally buying the first season on iTunes and the credits rolled on the end of the first episode I was amazed—and left feeling like my many friends who suggested I would like it didn’t do a good enough job of insisting I watch it. I felt like I had wasted all my time up until that point, not watching Sherlock!
Season three isn’t out until 2013, so we only have online fandom to tide us over.
Here’s a great article about the psychology of sociopaths/psychopaths and explains why Sherlock doesn’t fit the criteria for being labelled as one.
And The Mary Sue has a handy list of things to occupy your time while waiting for more Sherlock.
Apparently, series writer and co-creator, Steven Moffat, is annoyed over a US Sherlock series being made after they were turned down to adapt the successful BBC creation.