In this scene from Sherlock season 3 there’s so much crazy that one wall alone can’t contain it. This crazy wall uses the now classic red string in a vain attempt to make sense of things, here stretching through space from one wall to another.
A close-up of a reasonably crazy wall from this TV show. It has some way to go… where’s the string? How can you possibly make the connections without string? It’s the connections that matter… it’s all connected you see. Connected! Everything, connected!
Person of Interest
We saw a shot of this a while back but this is a decent closeup of the organised crazyness. I don’t know why it’s taken until now for this to see the light of day. Do they think the trouble’s over now? That it’s safe to release this? Ha! Fools. FOOLS!
It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia
Apparently this is from a TV show, a sitcom. But I’ve never heard of it. Why’s that? Why have they kept it from me? Who’s covering this up? More importantly, what are they going to do now the secret’s out? Wait… what’s that noise
We’re no stranger to Homeland… we now know the C in CIA stands for Crazy. CIA, pronounced Crazier. It fits, you see! It works! Anyway, here’s a close-up of a very small part of Carrie’s wall.
A close-up of a crazy wall from Heroes… but what does the rest of the wall look like? Why can’t we find a better shot of it? What are they trying to hide?!? If you have one, send it in and show the world.
I just came across this 2011 slideshow / pop quiz of crazy walls from Vulture. See how many you can identify. Although you might not want to be seen knowing too much… don’t attract attention, they’re probably watching.
Anyway, ssssshh… this has provided a few more crazy walls for upcoming posts.
Apparently this is a shot of the wall from the 1998 Mel Gibson / Julia Roberts movie Conspiracy Theory. It was submitted by Oivvio Polite and we’ll have to accept that this is true, fact, above board, and not some kind of… conspiracy.
If memory serves, this is the same wall featured previously on everyone’s favourite home of crazy walls. Its previous appearance, covered in colour-coordinated crazy, was innovative and aesthetically pleasing, but crazy CIA agent Carrie Mathison has, in season three, opted for a more traditional map-and-string crazy wall, pictured here with her despairing and uncrazy father.