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.
Or any police department nation wide these days. Sadly, it's probably because he wasn't a person of color. Good thing Ryan didn't have a tan - or had Esposito with him. :-|
This is just *my* opinion of course (I’m sure others feel differently) but with "The Mentalist," the state of their relationship for the bulk of the series felt more "brother and sister-ish" than romantic. The thought of them together as a married couple feels a bit incestuous to me (which is one reason I stopped watching the show – and I’m usually firmly in the “shipper” camp). I think the writers made a mistake in that they kept them platonic too long and the overly drawn out resolution to the Red John story (again, jmo) really didn’t help the situation. And I have to agree with the other poster that said that since they got married right at the very end of the series we really never saw them as a “happily married couple.” Heck, we didn’t even get to see much of them as just a "happy couple," which sort of goes back to my first point.
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