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July 12, 2013
5:59 pm
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LiterallyCastle said

sonnenschein77 said

LiterallyCastle said

Kathy1948 said

degunther said

oznute said
I am a spoiler hog like many of us but, for some reason, the unofficial ‘set photos’ that appeared yesterday took away a little but of the magic which we will ultimately see. Am I alone in this?

 

Unfortunately that is the definition of spoiler. You want to know, but do you really want to know? I’m treating all of the ‘spoilers’ not associated with the production company as speculation, because there are at least two interpretations for all of them. Fortunately for me I guess I never saw the “set photos”, but I gather from the reaction its good news. I’m going to read the spoilers as they pop up, sure. But I can wait for the biggest spoiler of them all to appear, episode 6-1, sometime around the 23rd of September I hope.

I got a YouTube e-mail because I subscribe to a Castle site and clicked on the link and saw the Behind the Scenes photos in question.  It did say MAJOR SPOILER in bold letters, but the slide show was underway and I could not resist seeing them.  They did not diminish my anticipation.  “Just Say Yes” has been our mantra and looks like that is what happens, but I am excited to see the scene play out at the swings with Nathan and Stana’s wonderful acting.  From Stana’s comments, it looks like she accepts the DC job, but I am still in the camp that the assignment is not going to be permanent.  It will be interesting to see how the writers handle a bifurcation of the team and Beckett’s transition to the DC job.  With Terri Miller back and the new writers on the team, new energy will be injected into the scripts.  I am looking forward to whatever the writing team comes up with.   

I have absolutely no interest in watching Beckett in DC in her new job; doesn’t matter how long or short the duration is. Castle and Beckett together interacting with Martha, Alexis and the folks at the 12th is what interests me. I think the old “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it,” applies here. And I’m still waiting for some peeling of the Castle onion, although I think that’s a lost cause.
 

5 years and they finally get engaged, but then they have to be separated physically (for some degree of time). Once this gets worked out, I suspect there will be something else that keeps them from really being together physically and mentally, on some level (more secrets or whatever) until the final episode when they get married. Writing them as finally being in a solid, happy, adult relationship solving crimes ala Hart to Hart is just not the path Marlowe wants to take, apparently. 

 

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Maybe it´s just me, but I don`t see, how Kate taking the DC job makes that impossible (on the long run)- the solid, happy, adult relationship part. I know folks, who commute between cities and are still in a happy, committed relationship. Some even have kids. If you really want to, you can make it work. They do (despite having crazy, unregular working hours). And none of them has the money, Castle has, although I have to admit working for an airline helps, too. ;-) Just because it isn`t the “standard” thingy, it doesn´t mean, it´s worth any less.

 

As for the Hart to Hart part, if you wanna see something like that, why not just watch the original? Why should Mr. Marlowe go that path? I rather see him taking his own path.

I´m really curious, what he has in store for us. Sit back, relax and enjoy the ride. Be open-minded. Just because it´s something, you don´t consider resp. that wouldn`t work for you personally, it doesn`t mean, it´s bad. Just different.

 

As for the pics… What Kathy said. I´m excited. grin

 

Yes, in real life, there are people who commute between cities and are in a happy, committed relationship. However, since the crux of the show is Castle and Beckett working together side by side to solve crimes, keeping them physically apart is defeating the premise. Many people watch for the interaction of Castle/Beckett and the folks at the 12th. Take that away for any length of time it WILL diminish the ratings.

So you can look into the future? ;-)

Who says, that they (Marlowe et al) won`t find a way to make it work? Let`s just wait and see. No need to be negative in advance. And some changes/ adjustments are not a bad thing per se.

Btw, I´m one of those, who looove the Kate/Castle interactions.

 

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July 12, 2013
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HH3674 said
Ok, I’m trying to stay completely spoiler-free for this upcoming season, but I follow some of the Scandal cast on Twitter and I happened to see this tweet from Darby…

Hmm…she’s such a tease!!! smile
*runs back out of the spoiler forum

I think it would be a fun ep if we got all Castle’s past and current g/f in one room along with Martha, Alexis and Castle himself. Let’s see what happens.

July 12, 2013
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I think it is a good choice letting her at least try the DC job.  First, no regrets for Beckett and no guilt for Castle. Second, it will let them see what happens when they don’t work together. Can they maintain their connection without that part of their relationship? I think this is something Beckett has been worried about since the beginning and now they’ll really get to see what happens. I think it could bring them closer. 

CASTLE: A Buddhist walks up to a hot dog vendor. Vendor says “What can I get you, pal?” The Buddhist says, "Make me one with everything." 

The guy says that’ll be two fifty. The Buddhist hands him a five and asks for change. The guy just smiles and says “Change comes from within.”

 

July 12, 2013
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SunnyChanceOfAssKicking said
I think it is a good choice letting her at least try the DC job.  First, no regrets for Beckett and no guilt for Castle. Second, it will let them see what happens when they don’t work together. Can they maintain their connection without that part of their relationship? I think this is something Beckett has been worried about since the beginning and now they’ll really get to see what happens. I think it could bring them closer. 

I totally agree with you this will let them see as a couple where they stand and what to expect when they are not working together. I really think that Beckett going to DC will be a nice change of pace in their relationship and in the show. Anyways I think that this will not last (DC job), but it will be fun and interesting to see how they are going to work this out.

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July 12, 2013
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LiterallyCastle said

sonnenschein77 said

LiterallyCastle said

Kathy1948 said

degunther said

oznute said
I am a spoiler hog like many of us but, for some reason, the unofficial ‘set photos’ that appeared yesterday took away a little but of the magic which we will ultimately see. Am I alone in this?

 

Unfortunately that is the definition of spoiler. You want to know, but do you really want to know? I’m treating all of the ‘spoilers’ not associated with the production company as speculation, because there are at least two interpretations for all of them. Fortunately for me I guess I never saw the “set photos”, but I gather from the reaction its good news. I’m going to read the spoilers as they pop up, sure. But I can wait for the biggest spoiler of them all to appear, episode 6-1, sometime around the 23rd of September I hope.

I got a YouTube e-mail because I subscribe to a Castle site and clicked on the link and saw the Behind the Scenes photos in question.  It did say MAJOR SPOILER in bold letters, but the slide show was underway and I could not resist seeing them.  They did not diminish my anticipation.  “Just Say Yes” has been our mantra and looks like that is what happens, but I am excited to see the scene play out at the swings with Nathan and Stana’s wonderful acting.  From Stana’s comments, it looks like she accepts the DC job, but I am still in the camp that the assignment is not going to be permanent.  It will be interesting to see how the writers handle a bifurcation of the team and Beckett’s transition to the DC job.  With Terri Miller back and the new writers on the team, new energy will be injected into the scripts.  I am looking forward to whatever the writing team comes up with.   

I have absolutely no interest in watching Beckett in DC in her new job; doesn’t matter how long or short the duration is. Castle and Beckett together interacting with Martha, Alexis and the folks at the 12th is what interests me. I think the old “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it,” applies here. And I’m still waiting for some peeling of the Castle onion, although I think that’s a lost cause.
 

5 years and they finally get engaged, but then they have to be separated physically (for some degree of time). Once this gets worked out, I suspect there will be something else that keeps them from really being together physically and mentally, on some level (more secrets or whatever) until the final episode when they get married. Writing them as finally being in a solid, happy, adult relationship solving crimes ala Hart to Hart is just not the path Marlowe wants to take, apparently. 

 

http://castletv.net/wp-content/sp-resources/forum-smileys/smiley-undecided.gif

Maybe it´s just me, but I don`t see, how Kate taking the DC job makes that impossible (on the long run)- the solid, happy, adult relationship part. I know folks, who commute between cities and are still in a happy, committed relationship. Some even have kids. If you really want to, you can make it work. They do (despite having crazy, unregular working hours). And none of them has the money, Castle has, although I have to admit working for an airline helps, too. http://castletv.net/wp-includes/images/smilies/icon_wink.gif Just because it isn`t the “standard” thingy, it doesn´t mean, it´s worth any less.

 

As for the Hart to Hart part, if you wanna see something like that, why not just watch the original? Why should Mr. Marlowe go that path? I rather see him taking his own path.

I´m really curious, what he has in store for us. Sit back, relax and enjoy the ride. Be open-minded. Just because it´s something, you don´t consider resp. that wouldn`t work for you personally, it doesn`t mean, it´s bad. Just different.

 

As for the pics… What Kathy said. I´m excited. http://castletv.net/wp-content/sp-resources/forum-smileys/grin.gif

 

Yes, in real life, there are people who commute between cities and are in a happy, committed relationship. However, since the crux of the show is Castle and Beckett working together side by side to solve crimes, keeping them physically apart is defeating the premise. Many people watch for the interaction of Castle/Beckett and the folks at the 12th. Take that away for any length of time it WILL diminish the ratings.

The 12th precinct and Castle’s loft are like characters in themselves. The show would not be the same if they weren’t all together solving crimes. Thus I believe Beckett will be in DC no longer than 2 or 3 episodes. Marlowe&Co would risk losing viewers if they stretched it much further than that.

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Alie said

LiterallyCastle said

sonnenschein77 said

LiterallyCastle said

Kathy1948 said

degunther said

oznute said
I am a spoiler hog like many of us but, for some reason, the unofficial ‘set photos’ that appeared yesterday took away a little but of the magic which we will ultimately see. Am I alone in this?

 

Unfortunately that is the definition of spoiler. You want to know, but do you really want to know? I’m treating all of the ‘spoilers’ not associated with the production company as speculation, because there are at least two interpretations for all of them. Fortunately for me I guess I never saw the “set photos”, but I gather from the reaction its good news. I’m going to read the spoilers as they pop up, sure. But I can wait for the biggest spoiler of them all to appear, episode 6-1, sometime around the 23rd of September I hope.

I got a YouTube e-mail because I subscribe to a Castle site and clicked on the link and saw the Behind the Scenes photos in question.  It did say MAJOR SPOILER in bold letters, but the slide show was underway and I could not resist seeing them.  They did not diminish my anticipation.  “Just Say Yes” has been our mantra and looks like that is what happens, but I am excited to see the scene play out at the swings with Nathan and Stana’s wonderful acting.  From Stana’s comments, it looks like she accepts the DC job, but I am still in the camp that the assignment is not going to be permanent.  It will be interesting to see how the writers handle a bifurcation of the team and Beckett’s transition to the DC job.  With Terri Miller back and the new writers on the team, new energy will be injected into the scripts.  I am looking forward to whatever the writing team comes up with.   

I have absolutely no interest in watching Beckett in DC in her new job; doesn’t matter how long or short the duration is. Castle and Beckett together interacting with Martha, Alexis and the folks at the 12th is what interests me. I think the old “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it,” applies here. And I’m still waiting for some peeling of the Castle onion, although I think that’s a lost cause.
 

5 years and they finally get engaged, but then they have to be separated physically (for some degree of time). Once this gets worked out, I suspect there will be something else that keeps them from really being together physically and mentally, on some level (more secrets or whatever) until the final episode when they get married. Writing them as finally being in a solid, happy, adult relationship solving crimes ala Hart to Hart is just not the path Marlowe wants to take, apparently. 

 

http://castletv.net/wp-content/sp-resources/forum-smileys/smiley-undecided.gif

Maybe it´s just me, but I don`t see, how Kate taking the DC job makes that impossible (on the long run)- the solid, happy, adult relationship part. I know folks, who commute between cities and are still in a happy, committed relationship. Some even have kids. If you really want to, you can make it work. They do (despite having crazy, unregular working hours). And none of them has the money, Castle has, although I have to admit working for an airline helps, too. http://castletv.net/wp-includes/images/smilies/icon_wink.gif Just because it isn`t the “standard” thingy, it doesn´t mean, it´s worth any less.

 

As for the Hart to Hart part, if you wanna see something like that, why not just watch the original? Why should Mr. Marlowe go that path? I rather see him taking his own path.

I´m really curious, what he has in store for us. Sit back, relax and enjoy the ride. Be open-minded. Just because it´s something, you don´t consider resp. that wouldn`t work for you personally, it doesn`t mean, it´s bad. Just different.

 

As for the pics… What Kathy said. I´m excited. http://castletv.net/wp-content/sp-resources/forum-smileys/grin.gif

 

Yes, in real life, there are people who commute between cities and are in a happy, committed relationship. However, since the crux of the show is Castle and Beckett working together side by side to solve crimes, keeping them physically apart is defeating the premise. Many people watch for the interaction of Castle/Beckett and the folks at the 12th. Take that away for any length of time it WILL diminish the ratings.

The 12th precinct and Castle’s loft are like characters in themselves. The show would not be the same if they weren’t all together solving crimes. Thus I believe Beckett will be in DC no longer than 2 or 3 episodes. Marlowe&Co would risk losing viewers if they stretched it much further than that.

I agree.  IMO the most important elements of the show are as follows (in decending order of importance):

  1. Castle and Beckett working together
  2. Castle’s relationship with Alexis, Martha and the 12th
  3. Castle and Beckett being together romantically

We have seen a very successful show when there were only elements 1&2.  I think they genie is out of the bottle and the show needs to have all 3 at this point.  I’m a bit intrigued about Beckett in DC for a show or three but she needs to be back in NYC at the 12th sooner rather than later.  An AG job based in NYC working with the 12th might just be the best of all worlds.

July 12, 2013
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anotherguy said

Alie said

LiterallyCastle said

sonnenschein77 said

LiterallyCastle said

Kathy1948 said

degunther said

oznute said
I am a spoiler hog like many of us but, for some reason, the unofficial ‘set photos’ that appeared yesterday took away a little but of the magic which we will ultimately see. Am I alone in this?

 

Unfortunately that is the definition of spoiler. You want to know, but do you really want to know? I’m treating all of the ‘spoilers’ not associated with the production company as speculation, because there are at least two interpretations for all of them. Fortunately for me I guess I never saw the “set photos”, but I gather from the reaction its good news. I’m going to read the spoilers as they pop up, sure. But I can wait for the biggest spoiler of them all to appear, episode 6-1, sometime around the 23rd of September I hope.

I got a YouTube e-mail because I subscribe to a Castle site and clicked on the link and saw the Behind the Scenes photos in question.  It did say MAJOR SPOILER in bold letters, but the slide show was underway and I could not resist seeing them.  They did not diminish my anticipation.  “Just Say Yes” has been our mantra and looks like that is what happens, but I am excited to see the scene play out at the swings with Nathan and Stana’s wonderful acting.  From Stana’s comments, it looks like she accepts the DC job, but I am still in the camp that the assignment is not going to be permanent.  It will be interesting to see how the writers handle a bifurcation of the team and Beckett’s transition to the DC job.  With Terri Miller back and the new writers on the team, new energy will be injected into the scripts.  I am looking forward to whatever the writing team comes up with.   

I have absolutely no interest in watching Beckett in DC in her new job; doesn’t matter how long or short the duration is. Castle and Beckett together interacting with Martha, Alexis and the folks at the 12th is what interests me. I think the old “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it,” applies here. And I’m still waiting for some peeling of the Castle onion, although I think that’s a lost cause.
 

5 years and they finally get engaged, but then they have to be separated physically (for some degree of time). Once this gets worked out, I suspect there will be something else that keeps them from really being together physically and mentally, on some level (more secrets or whatever) until the final episode when they get married. Writing them as finally being in a solid, happy, adult relationship solving crimes ala Hart to Hart is just not the path Marlowe wants to take, apparently. 

 

http://castletv.net/wp-content/sp-resources/forum-smileys/smiley-undecided.gif

Maybe it´s just me, but I don`t see, how Kate taking the DC job makes that impossible (on the long run)- the solid, happy, adult relationship part. I know folks, who commute between cities and are still in a happy, committed relationship. Some even have kids. If you really want to, you can make it work. They do (despite having crazy, unregular working hours). And none of them has the money, Castle has, although I have to admit working for an airline helps, too. http://castletv.net/wp-includes/images/smilies/icon_wink.gif Just because it isn`t the “standard” thingy, it doesn´t mean, it´s worth any less.

 

As for the Hart to Hart part, if you wanna see something like that, why not just watch the original? Why should Mr. Marlowe go that path? I rather see him taking his own path.

I´m really curious, what he has in store for us. Sit back, relax and enjoy the ride. Be open-minded. Just because it´s something, you don´t consider resp. that wouldn`t work for you personally, it doesn`t mean, it´s bad. Just different.

 

As for the pics… What Kathy said. I´m excited. http://castletv.net/wp-content/sp-resources/forum-smileys/grin.gif

 

Yes, in real life, there are people who commute between cities and are in a happy, committed relationship. However, since the crux of the show is Castle and Beckett working together side by side to solve crimes, keeping them physically apart is defeating the premise. Many people watch for the interaction of Castle/Beckett and the folks at the 12th. Take that away for any length of time it WILL diminish the ratings.

The 12th precinct and Castle’s loft are like characters in themselves. The show would not be the same if they weren’t all together solving crimes. Thus I believe Beckett will be in DC no longer than 2 or 3 episodes. Marlowe&Co would risk losing viewers if they stretched it much further than that.

I agree.  IMO the most important elements of the show are as follows (in decending order of importance):

  1. Castle and Beckett working together
  2. Castle’s relationship with Alexis, Martha and the 12th
  3. Castle and Beckett being together romantically

We have seen a very successful show when there were only elements 1&2.  I think they genie is out of the bottle and the show needs to have all 3 at this point.  I’m a bit intrigued about Beckett in DC for a show or three but she needs to be back in NYC at the 12th sooner rather than later.  An AG job based in NYC working with the 12th might just be the best of all worlds.

That is really stretching things. I know law enforcement agencies work together/share resources from time to time, but I’ve never heard of a fed actually working within a municipal agency. I think it would end up creating some conflict of interest. Beckett would most likely fall back into rythem with the 12th instead of remaining loyal to the AG office. I can’t see that going over very well with the feds. A short stint in DC might teach her some new skills, but more than that it will remind her why she is a cop. She wants to fight the fight for the little guy and not Big Brother. Marlowe has always written feds as very cold and reserved, ie-drones, and Beckett’s not a drone. She emphithizes with the victims and takes every case personally. I think at the end of the day she’ll realize that, “Putting the job before your heart is a mistake. Risking our hearts is why we’re alive. The last thing you want to do is look back on your life and wonder, if only.”

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Alie said

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I agree.  IMO the most important elements of the show are as follows (in decending order of importance):

  1. Castle and Beckett working together
  2. Castle’s relationship with Alexis, Martha and the 12th
  3. Castle and Beckett being together romantically

We have seen a very successful show when there were only elements 1&2.  I think they genie is out of the bottle and the show needs to have all 3 at this point.  I’m a bit intrigued about Beckett in DC for a show or three but she needs to be back in NYC at the 12th sooner rather than later.  An AG job based in NYC working with the 12th might just be the best of all worlds.

That is really stretching things. I know law enforcement agencies work together/share resources from time to time, but I’ve never heard of a fed actually working within a municipal agency. I think it would end up creating some conflict of interest. Beckett would most likely fall back into rythem with the 12th instead of remaining loyal to the AG office. I can’t see that going over very well with the feds. A short stint in DC might teach her some new skills, but more than that it will remind her why she is a cop. She wants to fight the fight for the little guy and not Big Brother. Marlowe has always written feds as very cold and reserved, ie-drones, and Beckett’s not a drone. She emphithizes with the victims and takes every case personally. I think at the end of the day she’ll realize that, “Putting the job before your heart is a mistake. Risking our hearts is why we’re alive. The last thing you want to do is look back on your life and wonder, if only.”

I agree it would likely be too much of a stretch – even for a TV show.  :)

I’m just wondering how the “…maybe twice in a lifetime” thing is going to be handled if at all.

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How does the Beckett wanting to stop the Senator play out? How are Ryan & Esposito, pretty much her brothers, supposed to react? And if they get married, I want to see Beckett and Alexis interact more, get advice from her new Step Mom about boys instead of Castle.

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The writers had to stir this up to create drama, in a way it gives development. But I really do hope this doesn’t go on for too long. I mean for five seasons, viewers have come appreciate the dynamic of this crime solving duo. Like it’s been pointed, there’s Castle and Beckett solving the case, then there’s Castle and everyone else, and of course the Caskett relationship. It’s not something completely foreign, we have seen them at least working apart in some instances. What I am worried is that I hope this doesn’t go on for too long. It’s a complete change of dynamics, them separated, paired off with others as teams investigating different cases.

It does sound quite challenging. Are they going for two cases in one episode? It’s not like ‘Double Down’ since these two teams investigating two cases at completely different places. The two main characters are on different teams, so there’s balancing need to be done. (CSI comes to mind first, solving two different cases by different teams. However, it’s always been all four members of Beckett’s team focused on case instead of two.) It’s either that, they work on related cases, or an episode is on focus of one case with just brief peeks of the other team on how they’re doing.

I guess I’m just nervous, have mixed feelings about this, because this is quite a change for the upcoming season. Beckett got shot? (They weren’t just going to kill off one of the two main characters.) Beckett quit her job? (At least they’re together. It’s a crime solving show, they’d be solving crimes one way or another.)

Hope they do get back together as the main crux of the show, both solving crime as partners. Castle went off to the Hamptons, they’re back solving cases in S3. Beckett got shot, recovered, and they were back again before end of episode in S4. They still solved the case together and to return after serving suspension in S5. So they don’t get together as a team for a while in S6 as easily as it was in S3,4, and 5… Funny, how them not coming together brought them together quickly as opposed to them being together, taking it to the next level, would bring them back together slower on screen.   

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The writers had to stir this up to create drama, in a way it gives development. But I really do hope this doesn’t go on for too long. I mean for five seasons, viewers have come appreciate the dynamic of this crime solving duo. Like it’s been pointed, there’s Castle and Beckett solving the case, then there’s Castle and everyone else, and of course the Caskett relationship. It’s not something completely foreign, we have seen them at least working apart in some instances. What I am worried is that I hope this doesn’t go on for too long. It’s a complete change of dynamics, them separated, paired off with others as teams investigating different cases.

It does sound quite challenging. Are they going for two cases in one episode? It’s not like ‘Double Down’ since these two teams investigating two cases at completely different places. The two main characters are on different teams, so there’s balancing need to be done. (CSI comes to mind first, solving two different cases by different teams. However, it’s always been all four members of Beckett’s team focused on case instead of two.) It’s either that, they work on related cases, or an episode is on focus of one case with just brief peeks of the other team on how they’re doing.

I guess I’m just nervous, have mixed feelings about this, because this is quite a change for the upcoming season. Beckett got shot? (They weren’t just going to kill off one of the two main characters.) Beckett quit her job? (At least they’re together. It’s a crime solving show, they’d be solving crimes one way or another.)

Hope they do get back together as the main crux of the show, both solving crime as partners. Castle went off to the Hamptons, they’re back solving cases in S3. Beckett got shot, recovered, and they were back again before end of episode in S4. They still solved the case together and to return after serving suspension in S5. So they don’t get together as a team for a while in S6 as easily as it was in S3,4, and 5… Funny, how them not coming together brought them together quickly as opposed to them being together, taking it to the next level, would bring them back together slower on screen.   

They have to come back to Castle and Beckett solving Cases alongside R&E. Fans have come to expect and love that part of the show. In fact I can see them losing viewers if they went away from that core format. Jon, Seamus, Stana, and Nathan have great chemistry and only a dumby would walk away from that.

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Remember this is a tv show, and that all the season 5 regulars are under contract, and hence, the 12th precinct and its gang cannot disappear [that’s in the contracts].  We have heard Marlowe say a few times that he would like to explore Lanie-Espo further, and he can’t do that if the action is only DC and Castle’s loft. So be patient.  We know Castle and Beckett get engaged and that Beckett goes to DC, what we don’t know is any of the circumstances or particulars.  So that will keep us guessing.  As to the nature and duration of the DC thread–early reports (that seemed to me reliable) were that the Rachel character (Lisa E. casting) was contracted for 3 episodes. So one could assume that is how long the DC thread will last.  However, Lisa E. is a big name, and shows have been known to sign an actor to a limited contract, and if they prove popular have their contract extended, so this DC agent could be extended under favorable circumstances. “Fonzie” from “Happy Days” is the classic example–he was a bit player originally to be seen in 2 episodes–the rest is history. (NO, Lisa isn’t Fonzie).  Adding to the intrigue, we know that 601 will include scenes in Castle’s loft with a character named Pi–a boy Alexis brought home from her trip to Costa Rica who is apparently going to be a houseguest for some time, and a federal agent (actor Isaac Johnson).  Again, these bring more questions than answers, and since we have no context, what we have been given tends to confuse more than inform–and I think that’s what Marlowe would like at this time. So, as I said before, be patient, trust the writers–they have more to lose in this than the fans do–and wait til September 23rd to see how it all works out.

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Them being under contract is a fact. But that doesn’t mean there isn’t the possibility of the focus of characters result in side lining other characters. Take for example ‘The Wild Rover’ and ‘Under the Influence’, where Ryan and Esposito had their moment respectively. On one hand they got their character development and the other we have a small to brief cameo of Castle and Beckett. (Wild Rover fairing better than Under the Influence). In different cases or states for that matter, I am looking forward how the writers will approach that. At least in Heartbreak Hotel, they were investigating the same case, they were in the same team, even if they were separated.

It has been done to some degree and has to be done in a different context, that I see, it’s just I didn’t really enjoyed all those episodes they did it (Heartbreak Hotel, Under the Influence, The Wild Rover). I did very much loved ‘Double Down’, the very first episode of Castle that drew me to the series. I take it that’s why I’m very anxious with the approach they’re going for the coming season. 

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Agent Bahamas said

Them being under contract is a fact. But that doesn’t mean there isn’t the possibility of the focus of characters result in side lining other characters. Take for example ‘The Wild Rover’ and ‘Under the Influence’, where Ryan and Esposito had their moment respectively. On one hand they got their character development and the other we have a small to brief cameo of Castle and Beckett. (Wild Rover fairing better than Under the Influence). In different cases or states for that matter, I am looking forward how the writers will approach that. At least in Heartbreak Hotel, they were investigating the same case, they were in the same team, even if they were separated.

It has been done to some degree and has to be done in a different context, that I see, it’s just I didn’t really enjoyed all those episodes they did it (Heartbreak Hotel, Under the Influence, The Wild Rover). I did very much loved ‘Double Down’, the very first episode of Castle that drew me to the series. I take it that’s why I’m very anxious with the approach they’re going for the coming season. 

Yes, they have done some Ryan and Espo centric- episodes, but the team has been fully intact and closer than ever in those episode. In “Kick Ballistics” and “Wild Rover” we actually see Beckett and Ryan’s relationship grow. If I remember correctly Heartbreak Hotel was not liked by many people. The main reason being that Beckett was not part of the episode. In my opinion the best episodes are the episodes where they are like the four-musketeers… “All for one, one for all”

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I think it would be a fun ep if we got all Castle’s past and current g/f in one room along with Martha, Alexis and Castle himself. Let’s see what happens

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