I don’t get why you all want your answer not tomorrow but yesterday. Give it time, they are bundling the new season there! If you want to have an answer to anything in a one shot only maybe it’s better if you watch a movie not a tv-show! It took season to find how who Beckett’s mom’s killer was. And in the end it paid off. So far they never give us the very immediate thing, but they gave us what we needed to have a great story. I mean you really thought they were going to give us a wedding and the answer to the kidnapping, and maybe the kidnappers all in an episode?
-That key seewed on Castle’s pants
-Antibodies to Dengue fever???
-Fake Henry Jenkins
-Bullet wound healed???
-Castle “camping on the beach”….. all is real….his clothes, DNA…..no mistakes on the lab…and then is all a set up????
I think his memory loss is more…
Has anyone else noticed that it looks like Beckett tries to move away but Castle pulls her back as he knows that she is not yet finished crying. Also, he is trying to make sure she doesn’t divert back to her old self when she runs away and doesn’t allow anyone to see her pain.
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No, not until you mentioned it and I went back to check. You’re right, she does. And I love it. I wonder if that was an ad lib by Fillion because he thought it would better fit the scene if he pulled her back when she sat up or if it was written in. Either way, it works perfectly for the characters.
What I did notice is that she’s playing with her ring throughout the entire scene. And what gets to me most is the shaky breath/ small shudder that seems to go through her right before she ends up in his arms. And it reminds me of Disciple.
The way she opens up to him about her rituals reminds me of Dressed to Kill.
And the look she gives him when she tells him about almost shooting the janitor and he laughs. I mean, it’s funny. It made me laugh too. But I get the feeling she didn’t appreciate him laughing because it wasn’t a joke to her. Not when she lived through it and was in a place where she could lose that much of her control over something that in her mind belonged to him, being touched.
The way Castle just moves to sit close to her and she has this nervous moving her hand over her robe moment. And the way he just looks up at her adoringly.
And the way he feels the need to apologize to her because he can see it. He might not have been there those two months to witness what his absence did to her, but it’s evident in everything. Her movements, her expressions, the things she does and doesn’t do, it bleeds out of her entire being. So much so that he feels guilty for it, even though it’s not his fault.
And I love that she acknowledges that it’s not his fault.
God, I hope it’s not his fault. I don’t think it is. I don’t think he’d knowingly leave her for two months without a word. Even if he did leave, thought he had to, he would have found a way to get a message to her so she wouldn’t worry.
I just really love this scene and it’s just beautifully acted by the both of them.
He was new, the janitor, and when he told his fellows about the crazy lady cop with the chair, they told him he was an idiot and to never touch that chair again. Because after six years, even the janitors know who Rick Castle is and why he stays by her side. And when he’s not there now, the last thing to do is to touch his chair.
Emmy award for Stana Katic in Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series
Let us sing the songs of our people.
Supernatural…we have no theme song :(
NYAAAAFWOOOOPP *annoying ringing in ear* eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeEEEEEEEEEEEEENEGJIJEIOGWJ ORSGSOIGJJSKLVDLXDXSLVMGSLKGJRG *Static* *static* *silence*
^ that’s an incredible description
Kate Beckett, in Driven. (S07E01)
GIVENCHY - GENTLEMEN ONLY - BARBER EDITION