Several spoilers were released today. Check them out below.
Question: Let’s assume Kate takes the job in DC on Castle. How long might the stint last before she returns to the 12th precinct? —Megan
Ausiello: If she takes the job in the nation’s capital — and that’s still a big if — I’ll hazard a guess that she’ll stay put for somewhere between two and five episodes.
Question: Do you have any info on NCIS, Castle or The Mentalist? –Jang
Ausiello: I choose Door No. 2! Lisa Edelstein told our Matt Mitovich that, regardless of how her character — a federal agent who factors into Beckett’s career conundrum — gets on with Kate, she and Stana Katic became the fastest of friends during her three-episode guest-starring turn. “I really didn’t want to do an arc on a show without really investing as much as I could in it, so I walked onto that show with a lot of ideas and wanting to create a real character — and Stana was psyched about that,” the House alumna happily reports. “Those things can go many different directions,” she adds with a laugh, “so I was really happy that she was so gracious.”
For the full article of spoilers check out TVLine.
What can you tell me about Lisa Edelstein’s character on Castle. Does she actually come between Castle and Beckett? — Kyle
ADAM: I wouldn’t say that Rachel McCord is actively scheming to tear the lovebirds apart, but she doesn’t necessarily see their relationship as a good thing. “McCord views Castle as a threat to Beckett,” Edelstein tell us. “He is hampering her potential.” That said, Edelstein says that she eventually warms to our favorite mystery writer. “She’s not an enemy of Castle’s,” she says. “She gets who he is, but she also knows what her job is. … McCord has made mistakes of her own, and that’s why she feels qualified to help Beckett avoid doing the same thing.”
For the full article check out TVGuide.
Give Me My Remote was able to interview Lisa Edelstein about her appearance. Here are a few of the spoilers she revealed.
You’re set for three episodes, correct?
Which one do you feel is your biggest hour?
LE: I think I’m in the first episode the most, but I think the last episode is the most important.
CASTLE creator Andrew Marlowe seemed very pleased with your character and what she brought to the show when he and I spoke. Has there been any discussion of possibly returning at some point, whether it’s later in the season or later in the series?
LE: Andrew had left that open. He had left that open-ended based on my availability. McCord doesn’t die. [Laughs] But it’s just a potential [to return], there’s no specific plans, and I don’t honestly know my availability due to my other work.
For the full interview check out Give Me My Remote.