1. I've been nursing a theory for a while now (that I was afraid to mention before, you fans are rabid :-D) - since the beginning of season 4, I've had the feeling that Castle's father would have something to do with Johanna Beckett's murder and cover-up. I've always had the feeling that Martha knew more than she was telling (apart from the Maury Povich show, how many women REALLY don't know their children's father?), and that part of Castle's access was from someone pulling strings to keep him there. I actually think that would be a really cool plot twist - and I actually think that would bring Castle and Beckett closer together. Can you imagine if it comes down to Rick having to choose between his father and Kate? He would choose Kate, no question - and the woman would have to have a heart of ice not to beg to be with him...
Finally caught up. All I'm saying is....somebody needs to get Robert Carlyle an Emmy. Pronto. Like yesterday.
Ralph Wiggum: "They taste like burning..."
asdf: Good call...but did she get married? Or divorced? Could have been that Castle was the reason for her marriage failing....
Okay, I'm Canadian so maybe I'm way off base here - but isn't anyone else noting that August W. Booth has the same middle initial and last name as the man who assassinated President Lincoln? August Wayne Booth - John Wilkes Booth. Cause that was the first thing I thought of...don't ask me what the connection is though... Regina is a terrible person. Just when I think she can't surprise me with how terrible she is, she does it again. I can't believe that SHE spraypainted the car, and then to steal the letter...WOW. I was sorely disappointed in David, but I did understand that he was trying to not hurt people. I don't think that will be enough to keep him and Mary Margaret apart though. Between Sidney, the late sheriff, James, and author boy, there are no shortage of good looking fellas. I'm thinking of moving to Storybrooke. My goodness.
1. I think it's the reverse of Jim's theory. I'm thinking Castle either wasn't interested OR wanted something casual, and Sophia was more in love. Castle's a handsome bachelor - I find it highly improbable that he's always on the pining side of the relationship. 2. My favourite was the car scene. I liked when Beckett said she wasn't upset and Castle responded with, "Then what are you?" I like when he shows that kind of annoyance and edge in his voice. He loves her but he's not afraid to call her out on stuff. 3. I kind of agree with Castle - it's sort of his space, and he's right - it would be just as awkward if he went to teach at Alexis' school. I think it's uncomfortable for anyone when their worlds intersect unwittingly. 4. Definitely season 2. The urgency before the apartment blew up was more intense and had more time to build.
I can't imagine her as anyone but Cricket...
I'm definitely voting for the Voice - as a singer, it definitely caters more to the talent than to the "package". The judges are much fairer - they understand how hard it is to stand in front of people who are going to judge you. They don't insult the contestants for no bloody reason. Quote: Idol is responsible for an Oscar winner, multiple Grammy winners and more platinum records than viewers who watch Carson Daly's late night talk show. Jennifer Hudson was on Idol, yes, and there's no doubt at all that helped her career, but let's remember that she got kicked off way too soon. I wouldn't call Idol responsible for her Oscar - Idol's about singing, the Oscar was for acting. Also, comparing the Idol's award track record to the Voice is unfair - Idol has a 10 year head start.
Does CBS really need another police procedural? Does TV in general, really?
I love Zachary Levi and I'm so glad to see him land on his feet. Though I'm not quite ready to see him as anyone but Chuck, married to someone other than Sarah... ShaunieB - I like your casting idea. And your avatar ;-)
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