Ok This is episode 21 with only 2 more episodes to reach a conclusion to the season. Is this episode tied into the last 2 and is the extreme sports murderer the bad boy Eddie McClintock who is scheduled to surface in the final episode 23? Will he then screw up Beckett's wedding with some threat or previous marriage to Kate when she was drunk. I wouldn't put it past Marlowe to pull this crap and get us PO'd.
I would love to see Kate in a flashback in leather as a biker chick on her Harley! How about the navel ring and tattoo as part of her wild days? What, no Hippie hair and bandanna in that 70's episode?. Wanted to see her look like Janis Joplin and Castle as Jim Morrison
Also, another site thinks some cast members will be writiten out or killed off by season's end. Supposedly, Stana even tweeted that she already said goodbye to non-returning cast members. It better not be Ryan and Espo or even Stana herself who could be killed off by Bracken or 3XK at the wedding to end the series.
Please, Please marry Beckett and Castle in an enjoyable wedding finale. Then if there is a season 7, it could be about how Beckett and Castle handle crimes as a true team. Maybe even get Beckett pregnant so she can have little Castles and then retire from the force and her and Castle can go to the Hamptons and live life happily thereafter to end the series.
Or kill off Castle and give Kate Beckett her own series since she truly is the star and is so hot!. Are you listening Marlowe?
Please has anyone else out there heard of any character killoffs this season or Stana leaving the show?. What about a Season 7? Maybe there will not be one and everything will be wrapped up in Episode 23!
To answer some of your questions:
1) McClintock was only cast for Ep 23, he has no role in 21. Interestingly, he's an old friend of Fillion's, who was apparently responsible for getting him cast here.
2) "Hippie hair" etc. This ep is to recreate 1978 not 1968. You obviously have your eras mixed up since both Joplin and Morrison were dead by then. This is Disco era not Hippies.
3) RE Stana's tweets--they were odd and sad, yet since none of the other principal actors had similar tweets they all appear to be returning. If anyone disappears next season my bet is on Molly Quinn. I think her sadness stemmed from that being the last shoot "at the Precinct" and hence saying goodbye for summer to those extras, etc., and also, John Terlesky announced he was leaving to become an EP on "Revenge"--Stana was close to him and that would have made her sad.
4) ABC normally announces its renewals about first week of May--no one appears worried about the show. By now ABC would have informed Marlowe & Co. if it was cancelled. Also, I am pretty sure all principals are under contract through a season 7 (if it were to materialize) so contract problems should not be a block on the cast end. So expect an announcement for a season 7 soon--but don't be surprised if it is announced as the final season of "Castle."
Ziva put spice in the show,the new girl is a bore
The finale was okay. Can we agree this whole season was lackluster especially in comparison to the previous seasons? I truly missed the actual "Scandal"s of the week. I feel there is a slight chance that the show will not return just because of the way the finale ended. I mean it really could go either way. Can anyone tell me what ends were left loose? I mean yes, there are things that can been explored, but at the same time, there is a sense of closure.
Great show until last night when NBC decided to bring the gay agenda into it.. NBC couldn't leave well enough along. They killed that show called The New Normal... Who wants to watch two men in bed... not us.
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I love when Arrow episodes show that core Team Arrow trio - Oliver, Felicity, Diggle - in action, in the field, and working together. I swear, those always become my favorite parts. Quentin working with them, too. I love that. I miss the Felicity/Quentin stuff.
This episode was really good. I loved the opening with the bombing of the applied sciences building. I loved Slade "coming home" to the Arrow Cave and the fight scene. Oliver and Felicity going over the railing was pretty darned hot, if I do so say myself. I also appreciated that the writers finally filled in some blanks about who people were, how they connected, who knew what. Finally! Quentin's speech about not wanting to know who the Arrow was was fantastic. Paul Blackthorne rocks. I was also happy to see Moira on again. Susanna Thompson's awesome.
Did you notice that with Slade sharing all of Oliver's lies it seems like he may be forgiving Moira a bit for hers? It's hard to hold her to standards that he doesn't keep himself, after all.
Great show. We look forward to it every Friday night. It was one of the few shows we didn't have to see homosexuality in it unlike Modern Family and so many of the other shows on NBC. I even read a comment last week about how this show does not have any gay issues in it until last night. It seems like they brought this daughter in last night for the first time just for the gay agenda... why?
You don't think so....??? I understand it's a fact of life, we just don't have to watch it.. Just like that show called The New Normal. Watching two men making out in bed is not my kind of entertainment.. NBC is really trying to push the envelope on this topic, as we all can see.. If you don't think they didn't bring Haddie in for a reason, you're wrong...
I like your answer very much
They didn't bring the character in for any agenda. It's a fact of like Mike. Just because you don't like it doesn't mean it's not out there. Tolerance is how you deal with it, not accepting and engaging in it. I'm sure it won't make a huge impact on the series and you can continue to enjoy it.
Then cross the show off your list. Your inability to tolerate will greatly diminish your entertainment choices as life carries on. Best wishes.
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@Carissa I like this answer even more!! xD
Such a good way with words, inspiring!
Actually, there really hasn't been many ups and downs at all. The show has been on the same ringer of doppelganger, other side spiel for about 3 seasons since the originals left.
The REAL problem is the writers hemmed themselves in by saying they were not going to take it to the level of the books. If you are only going to keep it to vampires, werewolves and witches. Then you need to flesh out those characters not SKIM them. We could have great exploration of Bonnie and the witch community other that using her for spells and Tyler could have been used to find out about the werewolf community. However, this is the vampire diaries so vampires it is.
Frankly, glad Katherine is gone. She over stayed her welcome. She was supposed to have died awhile ago. Maybe, Elena will grow a pair. The other side needs to GO just so they can stop saying other side. If you are afraid to use the word Heaven and Hell or Purgatory. Why even have churches in your scenes, these tend to go hand in hand. They need a BIGGER baddie, that will make them very afraid. Like Damon, I am only bored, annoyed and only slightly distracted with Markos. Maybe, he will bring hell on Earth. Nope, save that for Supernatural. TVD is too afraid to test the boundaries of Mysticism and Magic.
hey havent seen this ep yet but just saw the news headline on google news thanks for spoiling it for me.
I agree with you this isn't a spoiler at all
I don't know how you could have existed in the world this week without someone mentioning Joffery's death.
the book has been out for years and the episode for like a week not their fault you're slow
PUT CLAYTON NORCROSS BACK ON THE BOLD AND BEAUTIFUL AS THORNE AND GIVE HIM THE SCREEN TIME THAT THE OTHER ACTORS GET!
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