Then maybe be silent until then. I know that sounds harsh and I hesitated to write it but come on already. Others of us here have things we don't like and mention them - for example with this episode the bad body doubles in the shower - but we also balance it out more times than not with the good stuff. You however, really seem to go out of you way to just nit-pick every mistake and error. And then when called out on it you reference earlier seasons. Well guess what? Those episodes from earlier seasons weren't as perfect as you seem to remember them. When I catch them on TNT from time to time I often see some of the very same errors and mistakes and questionable writing we see with current episodes. So I have to agree with Jennifer Gibbs; if this show has become sooooooooo disappointing to you don't waste your time on it. Most likely this season or the next will be the last one so it's all but over. Cut the cord now. Don't waste any more of your time. Rejoice in the episodes/seasons you do like via TNT or DVD and use the rest of your time to find some other current show up to your standards to watch in place of "Castle." But many of us are really tired of you up on your high horse. (Man! It felt good to get that off my chest!)
"...but we have to agree that their shower duet was delightful."Except for the fact that it obviously wasn't them in the shower but a couple of badly casts doubles. :( Took me right out of the moment. Up to then it was a really good episode.
If I’ve said it once I’ve said it a million times; don’t watch any ABC previews or promos for “Castle.” With very, very few exceptions they either do them poorly, inaccurately (i.e. bait and switch), spoilery, or all of the above. Never, never, never watch a “Castle” promo until *after* you’ve seen the episode (via Youtube or whatever) if you’re just curious to see them. They always taint the whole episode. And as long as you guys have been reviewing this show you should know that by now. ??? This show is always much better when you go in without expectations and just let it wash over you. I think that might be one reason it does so well in syndication - no previews. If you've never seen the episode before you don't know what you're going to get until the episode begins.
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