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TWO Castle was supposed to be the example from which Bones could profit. Not any more. Several posters have said it, and I concur. Castle was willing to DIE with and FOR her. And she does not know where they are going? Are the writers drunk?

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I let the episode simmer in my mind for 24 hours, watched it again, and I am still disgusted. Most of the points which annoy me have already been covered; one has not. I do not understand why Beckett is so damaged in regards to men and love relationships. She is a drop-dead gorgeous ex-model. She is a brilliant ex-law student. She has always had a loving, supportive relationship with her father. She has had numerous lovers, and they have been good to her. Her inability to commit has not been explained, and it makes no sense to me. I know of no psychological reason why the death of her mother should make her afraid of love. So long as she seemed to be progressing this season, I was willing to leave it. But now she is regressing into a condition for which there was never any explanation in the first place? Ridiculous. And Castle's face before and when he proposed? I have been happier having teeth capped without an anesthetic. Castle was supposed to be the example from which Bones could profit. Not any more. Several posters have said it, and I concur. Castle was willing to DIE with and FOR her. And she does not know where they are going? Are the writers drunk?

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Were you frustrated by the way the episode ended? Irritated, not frustrated. No good reason was given, AGAIN, for splitting up the teams. Hunter did it, apparently for spite. Hetty did it, for no reason they showed. Do you think Deeks will hold strong? Yes, and Sam had better kiss his feet for doing so. Will they all survive? If not, who will die? I don't know, but Quinn is the most likely candidate to die, as she is not a regular character. However, if she dies, Sam is going to have the same nanny problems as Director Vance, plus the recurrent danger of his own death. The kiss: Did it make you happy? Why yes, it did. Thanks for asking!

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Well, I only watch one show on ABC, unless there is someone I have actually ever heard of on Dancing With the Stars. (Castle.) So it makes me no nevermind, as the saying goes. However, I was somewhat interested in Joss Whedon's new show. (MARVEL’S AGENTS OF S.H.I.E.L.D). So, if anyone else is an NCIS addict, like me, and a Joss Whedon addict, like me, please note that both networks make most of their programs available for free on their web sites the following day. This should also be no problem for those of you with those fancy new recording devices, that let you record one show whilst watching another ... So, chill out!

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@ marissa Robin had diamonds glittering on her ring finger in the park, and the other couple knew whose champagne that was, so I believe she got her ring back.

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NCIS Round Table: "Double Blind"

@Julia64 The situation on Stargate SG-1 was unresolved in a way, but it was clearly hinted at when Agent Barrett asked Carter how Pete was, and she said that they broke up. So, he asked hopefully if she was free again, and she said, not exactly. It's complicated. That was a very clear hint that she and General O'Neill were involved, but on the downlow.

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Blue Bloods Review: Crisis of Faith

I would be shocked if Jamie's crisis of faith is over.

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Castle was right. He cannot possibly be surprised that she is a liar, however, She has always lied to him.

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Elementary Review: The Plot Twist!

I cannot recall where I read it, but there was a spoiler out there, telling that Irene Adler was alive. So, not surprised by that. I did like her paintings... Coming on the same day that CBS finally managed to re-sign the ladies of Criminal Minds, although still at lower salaries than the males, I found it lovely that Watson was the one who figured out the case of the week, not Holmes. I also appreciated her comment about the police captain packing a penis. Through my entire working career, I saw men hired in at lower positions than mine or those of other women, and at higher pay. Most recently, in this century. Watson has a valid point.

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Castle Round Table: "The Human Factor"

1) The North By Northwest scene with the drone.
2) I think she said "Nothing" because she was tired, and did not feel like starting a big discussion just then, before she had time to think.
3) She should of course consider it. However, one point which occurs to me, and which I've not seen mentioned, is the potential for bringing Senator William Bracken to justice for the murder of Johanna Beckett. That should be considered, and also, whether having a job with no backup would make it easier or harder for Bracken to kill Kate Beckett.
4) I miss Martha. I am a huge Susan Sullivan fan, since the days of It's A Living. Her Martha is brilliant, and the relationship between Castle and Martha is wonderful to witness. He will be needing her wise counsel.
5) He will be hurt and worried. I hope this does not leave a permanent burr under the saddle of their relationship. There really has been enough drama.

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