Her black outfit could not have been any tighter and left nothing to the imagination. Yes and no as Gates said whose wedding was it and the Bride always chooses! Well Winter made sure two of things Beckett tried she used later! I am surprised none of the critics picked it up but for the first time since Veritas Beckett acted like a Post Bracken Beckett also madly in love. It is a fluff episode. I found the ending absolutely magic
What everyone has missed is this is the first time we have seen the 'new' post Bracken Beckett we were promised after Veritas. Obviously the writers missed this as did the reviewer.It hadn't happened until the vows and now we saw in it glorious reality. I love her.
totally agree but strange for an actress to wear who doesn't want Beckett objectified.
remember it is was who did the drawing 'class' so she had practiced. She also knew how to lasso from her other classes. He hadn't.Winter was typically meticulous in his writing.
This was a very enjoyable fluffy episode. Indeed I thought it was a waste of Winter's talents. He clearly should have done the wedding as it should have been last season particularly as he is easily the best writer. Castle looked like a fish out of water in the West ( Nathan don't do any Westerns) whilst Beckett looked a natural. Could they have gotten a tighter outfit for her? I do wish they would stop Martha almost caricaturing herself. Gates understanding what a wedding is all about i.e. what the bride wants was a good point.
One little thing that has got past everybody. Miller demolished the Beckett had walls theory.If you believed this silly theory previously ( without any evidence in Series 1-3) then Sorensen inviting Beckett to his wedding put the nail in the coffin.
She looks way past 60 yet she is younger than me! Beckett couldn't be Captain at 35 anymore she could be a Sergeant at 29. Beckett would know that and so would Castle.Moreover as Captain she could not honour the victims. A person who makes her Captain simply does not know the Beckett character. She is very lucky that the Wedding ( which was excellent) meant people such as I really didn't care about the AU version and its many errors.In the end I will only remember the Wedding and the vows. The partners in crime means both of them talked openly for the very first time. They are now acting their age and are a true couple.Magnificent and about time.
She looks way past 60 and facing retirement and is no way 50.however it still makes Beckett captain at 35 look very stupid.In other word very poor writing
None of them. Eventually Beckett would have realised she wasn't in love with any of them. Eventually. Some people have completely missed the significance of partners in crime part of the vows. Beckett doesn't want to be Captain . One of the reasons being the effect it would be the effect it would have on their professional relationship and the effect it would have on Castle! Sorry two. There was a lot in the AU that disappointed but clearly Miller cannot do math. Castle would not whittle away his fortune in prodigal a son style.It is far too vast. He has good advisors to help and he has friends to get him on trackA writer with a large track record doesn't write crap, Castle would simply find another angle, Hence Alexis is silly. Wedding and the vows. The partners in crime phrase means Caskett finally talked about their situation and resolved differences. They were ready to be married because although still in love finally worked out what loving each other means, I have to say without the wedding ( oh why oh why not a reception and have Castle and Beckett making speeches.) The episode was ordinary because of so many mistakes.
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If you showed me where I am wrong then I would take notice of you. how come Beckett is a captain at 35 whilst Gates wasn't one until 60?some fans view this series with their brain intact and clearly others love lazy writing.good writing makes for no criticism like Veritas!
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