If you liked the way they put Nate in the scene as he imagined how the crime took place, just watch Murdoch Mysteries. I think that show uses it more than any other, and it's a pretty darn good show.
I guess I'm a sicko, but I'm actually going to miss "Who Do You Think You Are?". It was one of those shows that kept my interest on several levels, and didn't involve blood, guts, or explosions.
Waking up confused was great. How can you not love seeing a shower cap as a fashion statement?
Great episode. The entire family loved it. Sally was great, but Castle ran away with the honors. Everything from him "narrating" himself to his "boyo" lessons to the Kate / fate walkback worked. Even the final shot, with the blue butterfly and "The End" were perfect. This goes down as one of the best.
Sad, but due.
Didn't really work for me or my wife. It felt disjointed, and "near death" episodes like this are all too common. I would have liked to have seen something more along the lines of what Matt suggested. Overall, it was a bit of a letdown. A two hour, exciting episode with some extra "relationship details" would have been more fun.
How could you not love the salutes to Doctor Who? Time machine? Bow ties are cool? Also, does anyone really believe that Hardison had an accident in his pants after the rappel?
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