I don't understand the fascination - if she were anyone but a cute actress, we'd all think she was a freakin' lunatic. It reminds me of that Auto-Tune The News Cat video...
(sigh) I've been avoiding this round table because this is my final goodbye to the show I loved so much. 1. It's definitely a tie between "unleash the perverts" and the invisibility cloak. 2. My favourite callback was Sarah in the Buy More wearing exactly what she wore the first time she met Chuck. Because that was the moment in the pilot that sold me on the whole series. "Vicky Vale, Vic-Vicky Vale, vickity vickity..." 3. All the endings were perfect, but the idea of Jeffster being German pop stars gives me special joy. 4. The first speech in the house broke my heart and made me cry. The one on the beach brought tears of love. 5. I LOVED the series finale. I like that the writers think highly enough of their audience to allow them to think and imagine the ending. And really - who doesn't want a romance like Sarah and Chuck's? A man that will wait through a second lifetime for the woman he loves? 6. Final season gets an A-. Series gets an A+.
1. I cried. Yes I did. 2. I loved the ending, and if anyone wants to go back and see the last round table, apart from the flash-forward, I totally called it. 3. I thought the ending was great. It did get slow at some points, but really, at this point in the evolution of television, happy tied-in-a-bow endings are for sitcoms. This show was way too intelligent, and the writers know their viewers too well to insult them with a nicely-packaged-happily-ever-after ending. The happily ever after is implied. 4. I'm holding out hope for a made-for-TV movie in 5 years. I'm not quite ready to let go of these characters.
With having to wait two weeks to see this, no Community, Chuck ending...this has not been my favourite TV week...
I think I agree with everyone's theory that the stranger is the book's author or editor. This was a great episode - man, that Prince Charming. God help me, he's beautiful. But seriously - in the middle of the street, guys? That was so silly I almost feel like they deserved to get caught. At least TRY to hide it!
1. Every moment with Jeffster was the funniest moment. But the ultimate moment would be Lester walking out in full gear to "O Canada". Never have I been prouder to be from the Great White North...But I forgot about that lap dance fight scene - that was pretty funny.And Chuck's "Domo arigato, Mrs. Bartowski" was on the nose. 2. I'm with Eric and Dan - Jeff and Lester went from zero to hero in minutes. Jeffster wins this one for me. 3. I agree with Dan here again. It wasn't like she just got conked on the head...the intersect's effects on the brain have been an integral part of the show. The amnesia's not coming out of left field, and it's precedented. I'm cool with it. 4. I think there's going to be a lot of flashbacks and flash forwards. I see them flashing forward to show that there's a happy ending after all (Sarah and Chuck with baby and picket fence), but I think it ends with a blank slate Sarah starting over with Chuck, the most patient man in the world...
Okay okay - so we all knew the killer would be Justin Hartley - but sometimes the fun is more in how they get there. The murderer was obvious, but the details of the case weren't that predictable. This was one of the funniest Castle episodes ever - I was laughing throughout the whole thing. From Castle/Beckett's reaction to the dog trainers, Beckett's screaming while running from the dogs (how often do we hear Kate yell like that), Castle's Kardashian pose and the Justin Bateman quip, everything about Esposito's crush - oh my gosh, the canine therapist...This episode was hilarious, memorable and ultimately one of my favourites. And holy crap - the air was so thick with unresolved romantic tension between Kate and Castle at that hand rub - that was a great moment.
Oh why did I watch that preview?! This is going to be a long week...
Well, in "Rise", Mr. Smith put a call through to Congress after he got Montgomery's mail and realized the hit had to be called off Beckett. So I'm assuming the "dragon" is a Congressman/woman. Personally, I'm looking forward to the mega fight that Castle and Beckett are going to have when Castle finds out Beckett knew he loved her the whole time, and when Beckett finds out Castle's been keeping stuff from him. That is going to be a fight of epic proportions. No round table this week?
As much as I love Castle, the press releases about upping the romance between the two are always a tease and don't live up to the "hype". I just enjoy the show anyway :-)
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