So glad we finally got to learn more about Peter. He's intriguing and highly underused. I also look forward to the day when Peter and Megan are close enough that she tells him about her father.
-Loved their fight about him kissing Serena and him wanting to strangle her he's so frustrated. Nathan Fillion was great in that scene.
-Ugh. Hated that Martha was pushing him to ask Serena out but I liked that he didn't jump at it. He really did seem more intrigued by her than smitten.
-If I were Castle my head would be spinning. She's so jealous but tells him he can date Serena if that's what he wants. I love Kate and I know she's got things to work through but she can be really frustrating sometimes.
-Esposito is great for calling them out on their feelings and their nonsense. He generally looks as though he'd like to smack some sense into them both.
Kimberly's silver dress won me over. I though Laura's concept was cool but the dress didn't look like it fit right. The boys were so confident I would have liked to see one of them get booted off. No such luck.
-My favorite scene was every scene with Ryan. I was thoroughly impressed with Seamus Dever. From the moment Ryan found out the fun was his until the end, I thought he did a phenomenal job.
-Yes and no. He's never had the training and he doesn't have the responsibility but he's learned to think like a cop and he's frequently in as much danger as they are.
-I didn't realize they'd never been paired together until I saw them onscreen. It had a great brother / sister vibe. I hope we get to see more of it.
-He questions it. Her response was too quick. It gave away that she's hiding something and Castle is too perceptive when it comes to Kate to have missed it.
-I almost didn't recognize him he looked so goofy but it was a nice moment to lighten the scene.
-Favorite scene is a tie between Nathan screaming "People" and Beckett looking down her shirt when he asks about implants. Both made me laugh
-Oh I felt for her. Early admissions can be tough and at that age you're not ready for the disappointment. Castle did a great job as her Dad trying to get her to move on.
-Ryan's wedding comments were great. I love that these 2 are building more of their own theory and aren't just taking orders from Beckett. It makes them all more of a tema.
-Freezing sounds creepy but the implant is a possibility, especially if you wouldn't age for another 10 years.
-I'm torn between Kate's smile when she opens her door and finds Castle there or the look on her face when the couple kisses in the elevator. Both are great shipper moments.
-It's unusual for Alexis to not be focused on her education but she's young and in love. That can make a teenage girl do strange things.
-I can't stand that she insists on being called Sir. That seems so dumb. Other than that I'll reserve judgement until later in the season because I loved the actress on 24.
-Kate's not stupid. She may not be ready to deal with everything yet but she has to know that she has some of the same issues.
-Superman all the way!
-The whole episode was so good how can you choose just one? But the book signing and the swingset scene may have surpassed the rest. I can't get enough of Kate and Rick having honest conversations where they actually say what they're thinking and feeling.
-I was surprised Castle didn't hug her when she started to fall apart in her apartment. Damn. I really wanted to see a hug.
-It's not so much that I like Gates but I like her effect on the team. Ryan being so paranoid is cute and it even looks like Esposito has stepped up his game. Plus Kate can no longer pretend she doesn't want Castle there because Gates would use it as an excuse to get rid of him.
-I'd love to see Kate get to the point where she's honest with him. I'd be glued to the screen.
-YES! The delays can't last forever. They are closer than they've ever been but that only makes me want to see the real thing all the more.
I can't believe she gave up Oscar! I hope she gets him back when Marshall and Abigail finally break up. They're way too happy for it to last.
"but when the woman's father shows up he thanks Rebecca?"
It didn't make sense that she'd be so terrified and then her father was so loving. Where did the fear come from then. It's like they wanted to stick a happy little bow on the story and say, "see, parents love their children everywhere." I'm sure they do but if there weren't issues, why did she have to sneak off to the clinic?
Looks like this is going to be one of those shows that you either love it or you hate it and I loved it. The guys are cute and charming and the pilot made me laugh. I guess it's not for everyone but I'll be back for more.
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