Ooooo. Agreed! :-)
The murder and the murder weapon reminded me of the "Castle" promo Ad ABC ran during season 3(?) called "Castle's Active Imagination" (look on Youtube). In it, someone has been murdered in the exact same way as this victim was. I always thought it would have actually made a good case for them to work - with that type of murder (you have to be *really* angry to stab someone with a pool cue!) - and I was right. And this is slightly off topic but this epiosde aired on 10/13/14 which is "X-Files" creator Chris Carter's birthday. Happy birthday Chris and 1013 Productions! As many of you know "Castle" producer and director Rob Bowman worked very closely with Chris on the "X-Files" and you can often see on "Caslte" some of the filming techniques he mastered while working on the "X-Files." :D
Comment modified at October 14, 2014 16:00
Haaaaaaaa!! Hey, she and Patrick Duffy are about the same age. Now that "Dallas" has been cancelled he could make a guest appearance on "Castle." :-)
Now you know how we feel with "Dowton Abbey." LOL. One of these days the networks, all around the world, will get their acts together and release stuff worldwide on the same day. The technology is already there. There's no reason it can't happen now except for politics and money. Isn't always about that? :-(
I’m sorry but I have to say this, Stacy not everyone has seen “Alias” or “X” or “Y.” Whenever someone says, “So ‘n so ripped off such ‘n such,” it drives me nuts because it’s like saying you can never do Shakespeare because it’s been done already. Really? Don’t get me wrong, I do have a problem with straight out plagiarism but this is not that. At this point in the history of mankind there's going to be some overlap with storytelling whether we're borrowing from "Romero and Juliet" from 400 hundred years ago or "Alias" from 8 years ago. Also, they didn't say that they would get married in a month they said they would revisit the subject in a months time to see where they're at emotionally - big difference. Now having said that, and the fact that one month from now is November sweeps, do I think it will happen then? I don't know. I can see them being in a happier place a month from now with some distance between them and this trauma and it being a great time to gather everyone up for a quiet little ceremony in the loft or at the mayor's office. *But* I can also see the writers creating some sort of mini-cliffhanger that wouldn't be resolved until after the winter break (Dec. to mid Jan.) and the wedding not happening until the February sweeps. :-/ However, either way I do think the wedding will happen during this season if for no other reason than if Nathan and Stana decide they don't want to renew their contracts the show will end with Rick and Kate married. Oh! One more thing regarding a possible November wedding. Beckett's birthday is November 17th. Picking her birthday as the wedding date would be very romantic and a hell of a present from Rick. And guess what? November 17, 2014 falls on a Monday. Booooyaaaa! :-)
Comment modified at October 09, 2014 14:00
Also, if I'm remembering correctly, his dad gave him that book when he was 10, the incident in the woods happened when he was 11.
Calm down, stanatic66, lol. I really don't think even "Castle" [the show] would go that far over to the dark side. "Castle" is a 10 PM show but it is still, for the most part, very lighthearted and fun. It's never really had sickning amd distrubing crimes like the ones on "Law and Order SVU," or "Criminal Minds." I also really don't think the bank manager had anything to do with the *bigger picture* of Castle's disappearance. I just think he remembers Castle and the fake Henry Jenkins being at the bank and renting that safe deposit box *but* was instructed by both men that if Castle ever showed up again to pretend he didn't know him or had never met him. I suspect Castle witnessed and probably participated in some "horrors" during his missing two months that he doesn't want to remember and have to live with the rest of his life (not to meniton not having to testify about them if he can't remember them). And to that point I also suspect he witnessed something perfectly horrible and disturbing in those woods when he was 11. Remember, it was around about that time that Martha decided to send him to boarding school because he was starting to have some behavior problems. After seeing whatever it was he saw, and feeling that he couldn't tell anyone about it, he probably started acting up a bit and rebeling as a subconcious way of dealing with it. The events of his missing two months probably brought all of that back to him but it was also a tool he could use to help get through the ordeal and as a way to "communicate" with the fake Henry Jenkins if he tried to undo his own plan to forget it all. (Sorry for the long post.) :-)
Comment modified at October 09, 2014 13:00
Re the Canada joke; I like the little smile Alexis gave Castle. It was in character but it was also Molly breaking the fourth wall a little to give us the audience a wink and a nod.
That moment when she was watching the message Rick recored for her was very moving. The way she closed her eyes at the end of it was gut wrentching. You knew exactly what she must have been feeling in that moment - how close she came to loosing him forever. Also, I think the bank manager was lying when he said he'd never met Castle before. It was something about the way he said it and the way he was looking at Castle. I'm not sure if he was lying out of fear or sympathy but I really do think he was lying. Maybe Castle gave him special instructions too - like, if I actually die contact my family about the box but if I live, don't.
I did the math and based on his DOB, it was 1980. Don't know if that will mean anything but I just thought I'd throw that out there.
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