I have to say for me one of if not the most “memorable” scene in her apartment would have to be the deleted scene of Castle meeting her dad for the first time. That scene got reworked and put into a different episode but imo it wasn’t as good as the original one Nathan and Scott Paulin (Kate’s dad) film. TPTB really made a mistake in deleting that scene. I know they said it was a time issue but there were other less poignant scenes in that episode that could have been deleted instead. I even re-edited the episode myself and put it back. LOL
Wow. You know, why don't you stop watching the show. Obviously it's not enjoyable for you any more (if it ever was). I have nothing against people posting their opinions negative or possative but it just seems like maybe you should cut your losses with this show and move on.
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But if they find a "place of their own" that will go against the prediction the fortune teller told Rick all those years ago; "She told me that one day a beautiful woman will move into my loft and stay with me forever." (From "He's Dead, She's Dead.") You wouldn't want to mess with fate would you? ;D And besides continuity has been messed up and rewritten enough on this show.
Thank you! And when are we going to get her waaaaaaay over due back story?! That would help.
"Ryan and Espo were right, They did have a hand in getting them together ..." I actually thought this was pretty funny and meant as sarcasm from the writer(s) since they’ve always been the main two interrupting their romantic magical moments *especially* in the early days of the show.
Yes, it was meant as sarcasm thus the "smiley face." (It amazing how often things have to be spelled out for people.) My main point was for the people of the round table. If you’re going to write/post articles try to be accurate in your descriptions. It was bugging the heck out of me that they (and several other sites) kept calling it a dress when it’s underwear!
Just to be clear, the “white dress” Beckett has on at the end is not a dress. It’s actually the type underwear many women wore back in the day. (Just as the black corset she has on earlier is actually meant to be worn underneath her clothing.) Mrs. Castle was out on the street, in broad daylight, in her “un-mentionables” lassoing her husband! Scandalous! :D
@ Chandel: How do you know Montgomery isn’t part of the alternate universe? Just because we didn’t see him or he wasn’t mentioned? That’s a big assumption. I believe that since Joanna Beckett’s murder hadn’t been solved (the “family of elephants” are sitting on her desk intact) he retired three years ago as planned and that’s when and how Beckett got promoted to captain. I can picture him encouraging her to take the test and to go for it. I don’t know if any major scenes were deleted but we weren’t given any proof that Montgomery isn’t still alive in the alternate reality.
“Did anyone else notice that as Kate was having her meltdown back at the loft, she referred to Castle as a fellow cop more than once. I'm not sure that's ever happened before.” She referred to him as “one of our own” in the season opener when talking to the Hampton’s officer helping with the search. But yeah, this time was kind of more blatant. I almost expected Castle to correct her.Something abou this whole episode just felt off to me. Parts of it were good but as a whole something was just off. I can't put my finger on it exactly but I have wonder if there was something going on behind the scenes when they filmed this. [Shrug]
“Chandel: His scene with Emily. I loved seeing him dressed up in that tutu, fairy wings and crown.” He didn’t have on a tutu, you’re projecting. LOL! Although it would have added to his assemble'. ;D
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