Castle Season 4 Spoilers: Kate Beckett Lives — Castle’s I Love You & the Castle Beckett Relationship

Castle Boss: Castle and Beckett’s New Secrets Are a “Ticking Bomb”

Source: TV Guide, 9-19-11

Stana Katic, Castle

[WARNING: The following story contains spoilers from the Season 4 premiere of ABC’s Castle. Read at your own risk.]

“I remember everything.”

With those words, spoken by Detective Kate Beckett in the closing moments of Castle‘s Season 4 premiere, the show kicked off what is sure to be a rollercoaster season of secrets.

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After narrowly surviving the gunshot she suffered in the Season 3 finale, Beckett (Stana Katic) tells Castle (Nathan Fillion) that she doesn’t remember anything from the day she was shot — including the fact that Castle told Beckett he loved her. But in the premiere’s final moments, Beckett confesses to her police-mandated shrink (Michael Dorn) that she she’s been lying about her faulty memory.

But why? “She’s scared to admit that she heard him because she’s scared that the relationship is going to go to the next level and it could potentially ruin their friendship,” creator and executive producer Andrew W. Marlowe tells “She wants it but she’s not ready for it.”

However, Beckett, who is clearly still a bit shaken up from her brush with death, is able to admit that she wants to work toward a relationship with Castle — after she finally closes her mother’s murder investigation, which set this whole deadly chain of events in motion.

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“Beckett is struggling with some internal things that she really needs to put to rest,” Marlowe says. “She intimates that she wants Castle, but she wants it to be a real relationship. She knows she’s not as open and available as she wants to be in life, but she knows it’s for a particular reason. So, if they can resolve Beckett’s mother’s case, that [removes] one of their biggest obstacles.”

That’s where things get really sticky. Although Castle wants nothing more than to help Beckett crack the case, he’s got one problem: A mystery man (Geoff Pierson) with knowledge of Beckett’s investigation warns Castle that if she continues digging, she will certainly end up dead.

“Castle is in this terribly conflicted position,” Marlowe says. “It ends up being a huge sacrifice for Castle to ask Beckett to back off, because he’s actually asking her to back off of the relationship.”

Adds Fillion: “If she solves the investigation, she’s saying she can be emotionally ready for a relationship with Castle. But if she delves into this investigation, she will be killed. That’s very real. If you balance that with, ‘Well, I might have a chance at dating her,’ it doesn’t really weigh out. He can’t take that chance.”

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Marlowe says that Castle will continue to try to solve Beckett’s mother’s murder on his own in order to protect Beckett. Meanwhile, look for Beckett’s shrink to return at least a couple more times to offer a peek into Beckett’s head (and heart).

The bright side, Marlowe says, is that even though they’re not technically an item, their relationship is stronger than ever. “For all the people who keep saying, ‘When are they going to get in a relationship?’ they kind of already are,” he says. “It just comes with baggage and complications. [These] are two people who we deep down know love each other but there’s some significant secrets and significant obstacles that make it not the right time for them at this moment.”

And if those secrets are revealed? “[It’s] a powder keg,” Marlowe says. “Either of those things can be a real ticking bomb in their relationship. So, there’s a little bit of a delicate dance for the characters.”

Castle airs Mondays at 10/9c on ABC.

What did you think of the premiere? Are you interested in the new dynamic between Castle and Beckett?

Castle Season 4: What Happens After “I Love You”?

Source: TV Guide, 9-19-11

Nathan Fillion and Stana Katic

As the saying goes, you can’t unring a bell. So, can you unspeak the words “I love you”?

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That’s the question looming over Castle, as the Season 4 premiere (Monday, 10/c, ABC) focuses heavily on how Detective Kate Beckett (Stana Katic) will react to a profession of love from her mystery-writer/partner, Richard Castle (Nathan Fillion), in last season’s finale. Of course, Castle’s “I love you” didn’t come over a candlelight dinner, but in the aftermath of Beckett being gunned down by a sniper. So, there are plenty of easy outs, right?

“My goals were to honor everything that we had done in the season finale and not sweep anything under the carpet,” creator and executive producer Andrew W. Marlowe tells “My intent was to confront all the issues that we brought up and deal with them in a way that … was going to be both satisfying to fans and also a little bit frustrating for the ones who want Castle and Beckett to get back right away. We’ve taken their relationship to the next level of complexity. … [There’s] a lot more meaning in the Beckett and Castle relationship.”

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Adds executive producer Laurie Zaks: “Once the genie is let out of the bottle, it can’t be put back in. Even if it’s not acknowledged verbally, psychologically there’s going to be a difference.”

It’s in those psychological and emotional corners of the story that things get a bit tricky. For example: Will Castle even be able to see past his own complicity in Beckett’s shooting — and by extension, the sacrificial death of former Capt. Roy Montgomery (Ruben Santiago-Hudson) — to move forward in a relationship with her?

“It was a very sobering event for Castle. Certainly he carries a measure of guilt,” Fillion says. “Here’s a guy who’s not very keen to grow up anytime soon. But he’s really been spear-heading this investigation. He’s been kicking this hornet’s nest around, thinking that solving it will get him closer to Beckett. But now he’s losing friends, literally. It’s going to force him to grow up a little.”

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Also standing in the way of Castle and Beckett’s possible love connection is a decrease in face time, now that new Victoria “Iron” Gates (Penny Johnson Jerald) has assumed command of the 12th Precinct and promptly kicked Castle out.

“He’s not used to women being around him that aren’t disarmed by him immediately,” Fillion says. “Women love him, and when they don’t, he takes it really hard. … She won’t give him half a chance. Even when he deserves credit, she will not give it to him. That really bothers him, and it’s going to be a continuing battle.”

But the true obstacle preventing a Castle-Beckett hookup is secrecy, as both Beckett and Castle will be forced to hide significant information from each other at the beginning of the season.

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“Everybody’s got secrets this year,” Katic says. “The first episode kind of explains how this next season will be directed. It explains in a really subtle way how the two characters feel about each other and what obstacles they might have to tackle in order to finally get to each other. I think it’s really sweet.”

Sweet, if not immediately satisfying to the show’s ravenous fans. Katic can only promise that Beckett, who will also share some her feelings with a police-mandated shrink (Star Trek: The Next Generation‘s Michael Dorn) this season, is acting in the interest of her long-term happiness.

“She’s making an adult decision not to dive into something because she doesn’t want to screw it up,” Katic says. ” She has real, adult reasons for making the choices she makes. … She cares for him so much. She’s in love with him. She’s dated other guys, but he’s the only guy she’s been in love with.”

Castle premieres Monday at 10/9c on ABC.

Exclusive Castle Postmortem: Creator on [SPOILER!]’s Death and Castle and Beckett’s Future

Nathan Fillion and Stana Katic, Castle

[WARNING: The following story contains major spoilers from the Season 3 finale of Castle. Read at your own risk.]

Castle’s third season went out with a bang. More than one, actually.

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The action-packed final episode found Beckett (Stana Katic) once again drawn into investigating her mother’s murder after Hal Lockwood (Max Martini), the hitman who has killed all her previous leads in the case, escapes from prison. Beckett soon learns that Lockwood’s next target is none other than Captain Montgomery (Ruben Santiago-Hudson), who was the third cop involved in the kidnapping of a mob boss that ultimately led to Beckett’s mother’s murder.

Mongtomery’s betrayal and cover-up is a hard pill for Beckett to swallow, but ultimately the Captain risks his own life to take down Lockwood and protect Beckett from further harm. One problem: Montgomery dies without revealing the real mystery man who sent Lockwood to kill the conspiring cops in the first place. And that mystery man seems to have hired a new gunman, as in the closing moments of the episode, Beckett is gunned down by a sniper and left bleeding out as Castle (Nathan FIllion) professes his love to her.

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If you’re anything like us, you’re still in shock. And you have plenty of questions. (Of course Beckett is going to live, silly!)  Luckily, we chatted with Castle creator Andrew W. Marlowe to break it all down. Below in our exclusive interview, Marlowe reveals why the Captain had to die, what the next layer of mythology in the Johanna Beckett case involves, and just how Castle’s admission of love will play out next season.

Why did you decide to kill Captain Montgomery?
Andrew W. Marlowe:  It grew organically out of the series, out of who he is to Beckett and why he’s been such a mentor [to her]. We realized when we got deeper into Beckett’s mother’s murder mythology that somebody had to be protecting Beckett from herself when she was looking into this, so it made sense that the Captain was involved. It gave us this great sense of completeness and tragedy that I really responded to.

Were you worried that fans might be too jarred by the betrayal?
Marlowe: We wanted them to be jarred. Beckett’s jarred. But the reality is we all have secrets and things in our lives we don’t talk about that, when they come to light, we’re forced to deal with. I think there will be some fans who will be frustrated and angry and some fans will be interested in how this will affect Beckett. What’s Beckett’s life going to be like when she doesn’t necessarily always have somebody she works for in her corner?

Captain Montgomery at least got a little bit of redemption.
Marlowe: [The whole story] made the character of the Captain much more noble to me. He participated in something that was a sin in his youth, but he had done everything in his life to correct it, to overcome it. He’d done everything to serve and be a good man, but he could not outrun his sins.

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So will you be adding a new boss at the precinct next season?
Marlowe: That’s one of the opportunities we’re looking to take. Everybody’s getting along really well in the precinct, and we think there can be a little more conflict. We think it’s interesting to grow Beckett and Castle by having somebody who may not look as favorably on Beckett as the Captain did or may not look as favorably on the Castle-Beckett relationship. That’s all stuff we’re plotting out for next year as we speak.

The finale also reveals that there’s still a mystery man out there connected to Johanna Beckett’s murder.
Marlowe: We have a great concept of how we want to follow that up in the next couple of seasons. That’s going to be vital in some decisions I’m making going into next season.  We foreshadowed it a bit with Castle having to protect Beckett from herself at the end of the episode. Next season, with Castle knowing somebody is out there, [Beckett] becomes his responsibility. It changes the nature of their relationship and makes it significantly more interesting, especially given what happens the last 10 seconds of the show.

Indeed. Let’s talk about that cliff-hanger. Are you prepared for the hate mail?
Marlowe: I do have an expectation that certain fans are going to be really, really frustrated. We have really tremendous, loyal fans and to make them wait all those months I think is going to be really frustrating to them. Hopefully people will be interested to see how we deal with it next year.  I do think, for the relationship fans, having Castle admit his feelings to Beckett is a great moment for them.

Did Beckett hear and understand Castle say “I love you” before she went unconscious?
Marlowe: I think in that moment she does. I know exactly how I’m dealing with it next season, but it would be unfair to the experience of the audience to tell them right now.

What can you say about that relationship moving forward?
Marlowe: I think people will be frustrated until I do the next set of reveals at midseason. My feeling about TV audiences is that they love to be frustrated and then fulfilled. What we’re telling here is a great love story, and great love stories take a long time to resolve. Feelings ebb and flow, relationships are complicated, timing is wrong. I do know where I want to end up with these people. I know what the resolution is between them but there’s a lot of great storytelling between now and then.

Are you concerned with dragging it too long and losing viewer interest? You recently commented about Bones doing just that.
Marlowe: When I express some concerns about models of the other shows, it’s when the relationship becomes stagnant. When there is no movement, there is no growth and the characters start to feel like brother and sister because they lose the spark. My goal is to not lose the spark, and I know that’s a challenge when you keep people apart for a long time. Keeping them apart can be frustrating, but I also feel like moments at the end of the swimmer episode are enormously gratifying because of everything that’s come before. The hero’s journey is about going through all sorts of difficulty to obtain your prize and having little victories along the way. My hope is that at the end of the day, it feels like a hero’s journey.

Will there at least be some payoff to Castle’s admission of love?
During Season 4 there will be some payoff to what he said in that moment. It’s not going to necessarily come the way the fans like. And I’m sure some of them will feel like I’ve skirted the issue initially and then come to realize that I’ve dealt with it in an interesting character way. The questions are going to be answered. I think people felt like we dropped the kiss or we dropped the freezing together, but it was always my intention to bring it up as a relationship issue [in the finale]. Hopefully people will be interested to see how we deal with it next year, and how we overcome the argument they’ve had in the middle of this episode. The issue of “Why aren’t we talking about this? Why aren’t we confronting it?”

Is Beckett’s boyfriend Josh (Victor Webster) still a possible obstacle?
Marlowe: He’s still out there, and he’s somebody we’re going to have to deal with. He’s an element moving forward and it’ll be interesting to see how that functions.

What’s going to be the driving force in Season 4?
Marlowe: There’s going to be a real push and pull between Beckett and Castle. Beckett’s going to want to look into [this new mystery man] and Castle’s going to have very specific reasons why he doesn’t want her to. He’ll end up with a little more information than she has, and he can’t be honest with her about it. It’s going to cause a complexity in their relationship that’s going to be interesting.

‘Castle’ creator Andrew Marlowe on finale shooting: ‘She was not wearing a vest.’

Source: EW, 5-18-11

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While Castle fans were weeping over Monday night’s season finale (Beckett! Nooooo!), creator Andrew Marlowe was in Hawaii, oblivious to the emotional turmoil he’d just inflicted upon us. To get back at him (kidding!), EW interrupted the executive producer’s much-deserved vacation (not kidding…) to ask some of our — and your — burning questions.

ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: I know you’re sitting sea side right now, but have you seen any of the Internet reaction to the finale?
ANDREW MARLOWE: Yeah, I was on Twitter and a lot of the fans were nice enough to leave their thoughts with me on Twitter, so that was very exciting.

I’m not getting the sense that they’re as angry as you thought they might be.
[Laughs] Well, I didn’t know. I knew that I was going to give them something emotionally satisfying, but I also wanted them to be prepared going in that it was going to end on a cliffhanger. But I think that for the ‘shippers, there was some sense of relief that Castle got to say what he wanted to say and that in the argument they were able to put their cards on the table. Then when we get to the final scene, he’s able to admit his feelings for her. So I think there was some really good resolution in that while we had all the other stuff. I think if we didn’t have that resolution, people would have felt a little unsatisfied.

Speaking of that last scene where he says the big ‘I love you,’ Kate’s alive… right?
I think people have to tune in this fall to see.

Well, I’m at least assuming she was wearing a vest …
You don’t expect to get shot at a funeral. I’ll tell you that she was not wearing a vest. I can tell you that, yeah.

So are we going to see Beckett recovery time next season or will we have a time jump when she’s back in action?
I have not fully finished constructing the season premiere episode for [season] 4. There are a lot of moving parts that I’m going to have to deal with. There may be a time cut, but we’ll probably most likely be picking up right after the events of the shooting and dealing with the aftermath. And then a time jump somewhere in the episode.

So, why did you decided to shoot Beckett?
Well, it felt like a natural extension of the storytelling that we’re doing, and this case is the case where Beckett is most vulnerable, and Castle is at his most mature. But it also comes with a complication, and the complication is this: It’s that if Castle hadn’t urged Beckett to look into her mother’s case in episode 10′s first season, none of this would have happened. You know, Montgomery wouldn’t be dead, secrets would still be buried, Beckett’s life wouldn’t be hanging in the balance. So you know, there’s certainly going to be some guilt he’s gotta work through, and with Beckett knowing what’s at stake, this is one case where rationality flies out the window, where she basically goes and runs out into traffic. She can’t help herself. So how that’s all going to resolve next season, we have a really good and interesting angle on it. That’s something that I think fans will be really interested in when they tune in to see how we’re going to conduct things next year.

Is part of that angle dealing with the man who shot Beckett? 
Yeah. In a way. But it has much more to do with the Beckett-Castle relationship.

So you said Castle is going to deal with guilt. Will part of that also come from him not being able to save her as he did in the midseason finale?
Mmhmm. Yeah, I think it’s only natural that anybody in that situation, if they aren’t able to do that, would feel that way. Absolutely.

Will this become a more personal fight for Castle now that Beckett was injured?
Well, what I’ll say about that — because I’m trying to keep some things a surprise for early next season — is that those questions are going to figure prominently in how we’re coming back and how we’re defining the next stage of their relationship.

Speaking of important stages: The “I Love you.” Is that going to be ignored next season?
No, it’s not going to be ignored. It’s going to be confronted, but it’s going to be confronted in a very Castle-ish kind of way. The show has a tendency, when it confronts things, not to go head-to-head with something. So we are going to deal with that in storytelling in a way that is really organic to this relationship and to their growth.

You really took on so many issues in this episode — which one of these steps did you consider the biggest?
For me, there were two big ones. The fight in her apartment — but the reason why that was so effective, to me, is that it’s been coming for basically two-and-a-half seasons. [They’ve had] to get to the point where they were both so emotionally raw that Castle could say, “I don’t know what the hell we are.” We’re doing this dance, and I think it’s really refreshing to have them acknowledge the dance and have the two of them interact with each other. And also him getting to the point where he didn’t want to wait ’til it was too late to say what was on his mind. [Even though] he may have been too late.

I was in love with the airport scene. How much was improv and how much of that was in the script? From him holding her against the car, to him mouthing “I’m sorry”…
I have to say that that is one of the great culminations of Will Beall’s great writing and Rob Bowman’s great directing, and two actors who are in excellent from. That was really a culmination of three tremendous elements, and everybody really had a hand in really crafting that moment.The attitude, the point of view, was all written down. The amount of emotion that Stana [Katic] poured into it and Nathan [Fillion]’s reaction to it… a lot of that happened on the day, and it was beautifully shot by the team.

I usually have some sense of composure, but I was, honestly, such a mess! It was shameful.
Good, we did our job. [Laughs]

Do you get emotional reading any of this?
My relationship to it is much different because, you know, I’m there helping to craft those moments, so I knew that we’re hitting the chord. I had that feeling. But my point of view was more how can we elicit the emotion from the scene, how can we really honor people. It was hard to be around for me emotionally when Montgomery’s character got shot. [He was] the first of the character that I created during the pilot who died. So it really did feel like to all of us that there was a significant death in the family, so we really mourned his loss. But the emotions of these moments that you guys are going through are mitigated by the fact that I know what the outcomes are. [Laughs]

Speaking of Montgomery — how long was this in the plan?
We knew for sure in January. We had been toying with the storyline. Will Beall came in with a really great angle on these mythology stories, and we all worked with him to craft this. It was coming at a point where I felt like some of the relationships needed to evolve, and we needed to challenge some of our core family. This was a really interesting way to do that, to help our relationships get to the next level. So it was a confluence of events where it just seemed to make absolute creative sense for the show. And it’s always really difficult because Ruben [Santiago-Hudson]’s been just a tremendous asset, and nothing but an enormous professional for us.

He did an outstanding job on his last scene.
He’s never been better. He is a tremendously talented actor, and he’s also a very gifted emotional actor. I think sometimes, you know, when he’s a guy who people download information into or he’s just giving the facts, it’s really not taking advantage of his enormous strengths as an emotional actor, and this was really an opportunity to have him shine, and boy, did he do a great job.

Next step would be a new boss. What kind of person are you looking for?
Well, that’s something I’m not going to think about until the end of the week. I’m going to relax for a couple of days. We are looking at bringing somebody in who’s going to present a little bit more of a challenge to our characters in the precinct. So we’re looking forward to having somebody show up who helps our characters grow and opens them up in new ways while continuing to make sure that the experience of the show, the Castle experience, remains the same for the fans.

Some readers suggested bringing on a female boss.
Yeah, I certainly would consider that. It actually would be very interesting. Not to get ahead of myself, but it’s something that has been considered, but I haven’t formally landed on anything yet. There are a lot of riches to that, but there are also some surprises in store for the fans.

(Stephan Lee contributed to this report)

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  1. Which translates into: castle and becket still not together in season 4. Probably, at the end of the season, they will be about to get together and becket will find out he has information that he’s been hidding form him and she’ll be pissed off with him again. Which translates into..i can’t be botheres anymore, this is just like watching boens again..and i already wated 6 season with them, not doing the same with castle

  2. Brandy lowe

     /  May 17, 2011

    This is such the best tv show that i watch. i can’t wait until next season. does any body know when it starts next season?

  3. alxmathayes

     /  May 17, 2011

    what Andrew W. Marlowe really means is that they will keep using the bait and switch tactic with Beckett & Castle relationship and I’m guessing till season 6. Who the hell is going to wait till season 6. I would rather wait for a year or 2 and get the season 4 dvd or maybe wait till season 5 dvd. that way i dont have to wait every week. This was such a good show but the writers have killed it fir me.

  4. Christina

     /  May 17, 2011

    “My feeling about TV audiences is that they love to be frustrated and then fulfilled.” Marlowe is gravely mistaken in this assumption. Being frustrated for a week because an episode ends on a cliffhanger is annoying enough, but being frustrated for months because the season ends on a cliffhanger is unacceptable. I can think of 2 or 3 shows that I have stopped watching because they keep ending without ending (CSI, Stargate Universe, etc.). Unfortunately (because I REALLY like Castle), I will probably end up watching the first episode or two of the next season and then cutting my losses. I wish producers would quit thinking that ending seasons in suspense will keep people coming back. The only people that actually like dramatic, roller-coaster emotions are teens. Is the implication that once a real, solid relationship is established the ‘show is over’? Nothing exciting or fun can happen after that? No wonder people have such a hard committing to relationships. If the theme and purpose of the show is the relationship between Castle and Beckett, then let there BE a relationship. If you think that will ruin the show, then try to refocus on some other aspect (murder solving, book writing, whatever), but there should be some satisfaction for the audience, besides the series finale in 1, 2, 3, 4….years when, presumably, you allow them to fulfill their relationship.

    That being said, Castle is a really fun show. Maybe I will consider going back through and finishing it when all the seasons have been made and are out on video. No more cliffhangers for me! Thanks. :o)

  5. JJ

     /  May 17, 2011

    I think other than Beckett being alive, we can’t take much of what he says too seriously. He’s trying to keep interest alive but Castle/Beckett could be together by mid-Season 4. I think it’s a bit silly to get upset at such vague spoilers.

  6. firefly

     /  May 17, 2011

    what is it with all these people.” I’ll stop wathing because beckett and castle aren’t getting together for another 2 seasons,.., it’s just like bones all over,.. etc etc etc”

    Am I the ONLY one who actually watches it for the storyline? I love bones because of how they solve the murders, and the interaction of the whole crew. I love castle for the same reasons. It’s not just about ‘those two’. who cares whether they get together or not (well apparently everyone but me)

    One thing is quite annoying though in the castle series. At every season ending, beckett gets angry at castle. repetition is proof of lack of originality. Thank goodness the rest of the season makes up for it.

  7. sarah

     /  May 17, 2011

    @brandy lowe
    Season 4 starts Sept. 19th I believe. Never cried over a tv show before till this epi of Castle. Great actors love their chemistry. Castle is by far the best show on tv now…Make sure I see it every monday! can’t wait till Season 4!

  8. Del

     /  May 17, 2011

    Once upon a time, there was this show called Moonlighting, where instead of having plots for an episode they would have romantic tension. When the two main characters finally hooked up, there was nothing more to write about. So, there seems to be a stimga or taboo about transitioning from a “will they/won’t they” to a “they do” or “they do not”. That nonsense grows old eventually. Bones is stuck in that mess. I gave up on the 2 main characters having any kind of real character development or growth a long time ago. House pulled 5 or 6 seasons of that too. Granted, I still watch Bones, but it doesn’t kill me if I miss an episode. Castle and Beckett do seem to be evolving, and the writing should be good enough to be able to handle a real relationship as opposed to this “missing each other by moments” gag, like the one in “To Love and Die in LA” which was pretty much straight lifted from Temple of Doom.

  9. Ryan

     /  May 17, 2011

    Get on with it already. Contrary to popular convention, interesting stories can happen when you pair a couple together. The tease is always fun, but after a while… DO SOMETHING ALREADY. I don’t think I can make it another season without them finally getting together, or ultimately deciding they can only be good friends.

    Castle is a lot of fun, but Season 3 wasn’t quite as good as Season 2, and Season 2 wasn’t quite as good as Season 1, and it’s because they’re boxing themselves in. There is very little growth, despite whatever he says, and this is definitely heading into the direction he doesn’t think it’s going. I think he suffers from wishful thinking.

    I think he needs to give viewers a little credit. We’ll still watch it if they’re hitched, so long as the they keep the fun… and the fun doesn’t have to come from the tease.

  10. Christina

     /  May 17, 2011

    Agreed, Ryan. I think there are a lot of good characters besides the two main ones, and there have been quite a few good story lines, but it will always be frustrating for the audience if they keep casting out the line and then reeling it in empty. Give us some kind of closure (or satisfaction rather) with these two and then continue with the good plots without having the relationship going up and down every other episode. It’s such a good show, and they can really do something with it if they don’t fall into the same rut that so many other shows do with their character relationships.

  11. Sabrina

     /  May 18, 2011

    I absolutely agree with Ryan too. I’ve been an avid watcher of Castle as i have always enjoyed watching Nathan, Firefly anyone? Buffy? Anyhoo,if the writers keep thinking they need to add conflict via a new captain, i think that will just p**s me off, i watch this show because of the great dynamic the characters all have and the fact that they all get along. So many other cop shows are the same, mean captain, hard working detective, etc…. come on, we’ve waited 4 years now for them to get together – enough already!Do it, or end the show. I think you’ll find the majority of your viewers are 30+ and can handle watching a proper relationship. Give us viewers a go? I dare you……

  12. gigi

     /  May 18, 2011

    I think that this is by far the best show on tv. However, I both agree and disagree with what everyone is saying. I definitely think that Castle and Beckett should get together. They could do so many things with it. For instance, they could write it so the characters try to keep it hidden from everyone, etc., etc. No matter what happens, though, I don’t think I would be able to stop watching it.

  13. Alexander

     /  May 19, 2011

    I was rather surprised to learn that Kate wasn’t wearing a vest. I mean, Montgomery was killed trying to save her life. Everyone connected with the case has been killed.

    Why would she throw away her life by giving a eulogy in a public place where a competent sniper can easily kill her? It seemed like the shot hit her in the torso, so it was probably aimed at her heart. I’m guessing that Castle’s last-minute warning may have caused her to shift fractionally, enough for the bullet to miss.

    Fact is, Beckett made herself a target. Maybe she was still reeling from losing two of her father figures within a relatively short time of each other, maybe she was daring the “Dragon”. Either way, it seems like something that’d never happen in a Nikki Heat novel.

    Who knows? Maybe Stana Katic hasn’t seen Serenity and Nathan didn’t tell her the Operative’s tip for dealing with gunslingers: “wear body armour”. All the writing until now seemed to click. That last bit just didn’t.

    Maybe they’ll come up with a plausible explanation for Beckett’s Devil-may-care attitude at the funeral, other than the obvious reasons I’ve listed somewhere above in my rantings. Love the show and can’t wait for S4, assuming they cut down a bit on the “filler” episodes. Be nice to see the main story arc get peeled away a little during each episode, rather than having sudden swaths cut through at random intervals.

    The main story episodes leave me wondering where the time went. The diversions have me glancing at the clock and wondering when there’ll be another fencing match between C&B or a joke from “Esplanie”.

  14. Karim

     /  May 19, 2011

    I totally agree with Alexander, I mean why wouldn’t she have been wearing a vest? It just doesn’t make sense. I personally think that everything said about the show other than Kate being alive, and that she will be back in season 4, is a waste of time. I mean… if she’s going to live anyway, instead of the bullet “missing” her heart, it should have been “She was wearing a vest”. But for the earlier posts before that.. like Ryan, Christina, and Sabrina, whether you guys are 30+ or 18+, the only reason you want them to hook up so bad, is because of the writers writing an awesome script, and the actors doing an amazing job, this isn’t like Bones, the characters are developing, they’re evolving, sure they may be evolving slowly, but at least they’re getting somewhere. So please stop all your crying about Rick & Becket, the show isn’t only about them.

  15. Ann

     /  May 19, 2011

    I do love the cast dynamics in the show. BUT I agree it is time to get some serious movement in the Castle-Beckett relationship. There are only so many ways to miss connections and have boyfriends/girlfriends in the way. The relationship could add much to the store since there are so MANY story lines to explore. Like whatever happened to the bar that Castle bought? They could have a show about trying to get Kate away from the job for a vacation togther etc. The pacing of the relationship is too slow and the episodes in solving crimes are too similar with their last minute solutions. I too say get it on.

  16. maya

     /  May 20, 2011

    ill agree its frustrating not knowing the on course about their relationship. but frankly i think caslte is more of a romantic series with a lot of interesting twists in between. so it really will take time for the big confrontation to happen but i don think they will drag till season 6 to say it though..

  17. Christina

     /  May 20, 2011

    LOL. Calm down, Karim! No one is crying. :o) The fans didn’t make the Beckett/Castle relationship so prominent in the show, the writers did. Lanie and Esposito have a fun, cute relationship without it getting in the way of the story being told in each episode. All that everyone seems to be saying is for them to get on with it (one way or another) so that we can really enjoy the dynamic of the rest of the cast and the adventure of each show. I think that all the cast have good chemistry and they don’t need the added ups and downs of Kate and Rick toying with one another to make it a great show. All that does is make it frustrating. That being said, the conflict was needed for a while to establish the characters and their background with one another, now lets get on with it.

  18. laets

     /  May 23, 2011

    Ok, fine. Castle isn’t just about Caskett, but I don’t think that’s how the writers have played it. They made it about Caskett, they’ve set it up and now they won’t stop milking it. I think they messed up with their relationship timing, especially during the third season – they went too far with it and since then they’ve been trying to take it back without really taking it back – and that’s why I believe a lot of fans are frustrated.

  19. Shady

     /  May 24, 2011

    I have already read many different posts on relationships within certain series. I have examined these opinions and have found two different “camps”.

    The first camp is where I fall in. I love certain series and tons of them come to mind where the main characters fall in love and suddenly everything becomes cliche (not that it isn’t already). Tons of series literally died after the love barrier was broken.

    One that comes to mind is actually quite old. It was “I Dream of Jeannie”. It ran for four and a half seasons before Jeannie and Nelson tied the knot (so to speak). Unfortunately the writers could not make many more episodes because the tension between the two characters did not exist anymore. Jeannie could still get up to her old antics but only to a certain point. The series could not hold the attention of the audience anymore because of this (they only had one angle with which to catch the audience).

    Another argument for this camp is one that did not end because the couple got together but rather ended because the entire series had run its course. If I am not mistaken, this series ran for nine seasons. It was the X-Files. The thing is, Mulder and Scully were destined to be together but fate was cruel when they were replaced (and or abducted). I think it was this little change that killed the show off. If the story had continued on the way it had since the beginning, we would still be watching X-Files.

    The second camp of people are those who believe that keeping people on a leash hurts the series and that is where you’re wrong. People crave the emotions and tension that comes with watching something like Castle. You never know what’s going to happen between them. You always look forward to seeing them in action. You want to see what their new tactics will be. You want to see them grow closer and at the same time you love those sweet little moments that come along every once in a while that makes your hair stand on end and makes you want to rewind your TiVo and watch that scene again.

    You may not realize it but it’s that sort of frustration that brings you back for more. It leaves you unfulfilled and you find that gaping hole which you want filled so you leave everything just to see if it will help your urges, it’s like an addiction.

    When an urge is fulfilled there is no longer a need to satisfy that urge again. It’s like when you play a great game like Mass Effect. You can play it through the first time where you experience the story line and finding out things for the first time but when you play it through again it loses its lustre. So you wait and see if there’s going to be another game in the series and lo and behold there it comes. Then you rush to the store and get it just so that you can see what else is going on in the galaxy that is so sinister that a second game is released.

    Think about it for a second and maybe you’ll find truth in my words. Thank you… Shady

  20. I love this series, I think each season has gotten better than the previous. I love the plots, the intrigue, the characters and the relationships that form. Seriously, if the only reason you’re watching this it to watch Rick and Kate screw like bunnies then you are missing so much!

    Think about it, Castle is going to have some major guilt and so is Beckett. Do you really think a relationship formed from such feelings would work out? No, they’d tear themselves apart. They need to heal before they can progress in their relationship. Have some patience and stop being brats because it hasn’t happened immediately.

    Cliffhangers are used all the time on television because it works. Beckett doesn’t hate Castle at the end, you can see from the way she looks to him for support when she gives her speech. They haven’t lost originality people just need to have some patience.

  21. Bill B.

     /  May 27, 2011

    Once again the tremendous damage done to the human body by a gunshot wound, especially a centerfire rifle round is being overlooked and played down. A vest might save her life by slowing down the bullet. The range portrayed in the shot looked about 100 yards which is nothing for a trained sniper, at this range a head shot would be quite feasible. The bullet energy would still be almost max. Her only chance is a shot that misses heart lungs, arteries etc. Even if it just hits her about an inch from the side, it’s going to take a nice chunk of flesh and recovery time is likely months.

  22. Maddy

     /  May 30, 2011

    I just want to point out the fact that after Rick told Beckett that he loves her, she got a little smile on her face. I’m not sure if any of you noticed that, but I certainly did. And I also have to agree with Bill. He makes a very good point. But, knowing what’s happened before, with Beckett’s knack of avoiding death (i.e. the explosion, as well as the bomb), I don’t think anything to major will happen. My friend had a worry that Beckett will be a vegetable after this event, and that the next few episodes will be Castle having to nurse her back to health. I just wanted to throw my opinions out there. My aunt told me that the reason they don’t get Beckett and Castle together is because the show is practically revolving around them and their relationship, now. Once they are together, all that anticipation will be gone, and it won’t be interesting anymore. And cliffhangers don’t upset everyone. In my case, and makes me want to keep watching so I can figure out what happens next.

  23. Castle/Beckett relationship

     /  June 2, 2011


  24. Steve

     /  June 2, 2011

    I agree with many of the comments here, but wanted to add my own 2 cents. I’ve been a single man for so long it hurts, but I refuse to go through the pain of a divorce, like I’ve witnessed so many times among friends of mine. And yes, I know that even if it is the right person, that relationships take a lot of work and that you don’t just live happily ever after. I’m very much a romantic at heart, but I’m also a realist.
    The reason that I will probably not continue to watch Castle any longer is because you’d have to be blind to not see the chemistry between Becket and Castle. They obviously clique with each other and the way that she shows trust in him speaks volumes about her respect for the man. With Castle waiting till Becket gets shot before he finally breaks down and declares his love for her, that’s just freaken lame… because I’ll tell you right now, if I had a babe like Stana Katic spending time with me and giving me signals like she was interested, I wouldn’t hesitate to jump all over that. By the way, Stana, if you’re reading this, I played volleyball today with Victor Webster. He’s a really nice guy. You should come down and join us some time… hint hint. 🙂

  25. Hitomi Alex Sakura

     /  June 3, 2011

    Castle-Beckett relationship is an interesting aspect to the show.Personally i always loved the way they looked at each other and tried to hide their discomfort when they were having a ‘private’ time with a third angle( you know what i mean ,right?) .They story however does not revolve around their relation and it can always improve in its storyline aspect.Normally after what happened in the third season finale people (at-least me) accept them to ‘talk’ about it and not beat about the bush.Hope , I enjoy fourth season as much as i enjoyed the fourth season…:-)

  26. Hitomi Alex Sakura

     /  June 3, 2011

    enjoyed the third season …LOL

  27. Horsy Girl

     /  June 4, 2011

    I LOVE “Castle” even with the tease between Castle and Becket. Although I would love to see him and her get together, it keeps it interesting throughout each episode. Oh, and stop dissing the writer cause you think he is dragging things out! They WILL eventually get together!

  28. TeddyBB

     /  June 6, 2011

    I love Castle, I got hooked by the “light and funny” side of this show, and became addicted for the awesome cast and the quality of the scripts.
    I’m so into it that I can’t wait ’til it airs here in Italy, and I do all I can to watch every episode as soon as possible, even if it’s hard for me to understand everything! (sorry for my english, BTW)
    I trust Marlowe, he really seems to know where this is going, and how to get there.
    So far, it’s been a wonderful journey.
    Two more season?!? Well, I’m in heaven 😉
    If AM can still make me enjoy the ride, I’m in… all the way!

  29. i was totally shock when becket get shot!! but I hope in season 4 everything will be back like before, except of course about Mongomery. but the best I hope for is Beckett still alive and her relationship with castle will experience an encouraging progress. i just so in love with this series [ & i love CASTLE!!! ❤ ❤ ❤ ]

  30. Camelia

     /  June 8, 2011

    Mr.ANDREW MARLOWE, Creator of Castle, you really want to keep the Audience interested for long, SHOW SOME PASSION between Beckett and Castle.. touch feel, body language, something to ensure that might just hook-up. I feel that spark is going to die out episode by episode in Season 4 if you keep the Audience Hungry but do not give them a taste of anything… Give us something never seen in Tv History before… take care.. love u guys!

  31. Meg Price

     /  June 8, 2011

    I have to agree with the person who stated that one of the best part of the show is the amazing dynamic in the precinct. A new, less forgiving, hard headed Captain will more than likely ruin that whole side of Castle which is gratifying. You are allowed to enjoy your job, even if your job is what most people would consider awful, and you are allowed to get along with your workmates, and your boss.
    I don’t look forward to that dynamic being ruined.
    And just like 95 percent of all previous comments, I’m on the ‘It Is Now Time For Castle And Beckett To Enter A Proper Relationship’ band wagon.
    Three seasons of teasing is plenty, onwards and upwards.

  32. Meg

     /  June 8, 2011

    Oh, and I forgot to say – I love the filler episodes! It doesn’t always need to be heavy. The lighter episodes are great and keep things on the detective side in focus.
    Bit of relationship stuff, bit of detective stuff, bit of Beckett’s personal struggles stuff.
    I love the blend.

  33. Kylie

     /  June 10, 2011

    Well I am glad that the whole was she wearing a vest thing was cleared up. Didn’t anyone notice the blood on her glove? I didn’t think she was wearing a vest and I am glad I was right about that. As for the castle/beckett relationship I can see both sides. Personally I think they could pair the two without it having to be boring. Yes the anticipation of will they or won’t they is interesting but seriously there will come a time where one or both would think to hell with this I am out. Castle more then likely.
    You can’t throw too many girlfriend/boyfriend roadblocks at them before there feelings for each other would really change if the writers really want to keep any level of realism to the love angle.

    So my prediction is in the finale season of castle they will be together but sadly I don’t think it will be before then. I still think they could couple them in season 4 and keep it real and interesting but I don’t think the writers will take that risk yet. Even if a majority of fans want it.

  34. pegasus

     /  June 10, 2011

    is the release gonna be delayed in india??i really cant wait for season 4 ….i need 2 c kate alive\

  35. is the release of season 4 castle gonna be delayed in nidia????i really need 2 c beckett alive….

  36. thank god i stopped watching… aint gonna go back to Castle. Its like a complete waste of time and money in buying each episode. if the Castkett relationship is not moving ahead then this show is over for me. Every season Casle steps forward towards Beckett and by the end of season he’s back to square one again….. pathetic, simply pathetic

  37. Thorgal

     /  June 18, 2011

    Here’s the thing: If they leave the relationship hanging in there like other shows it will become a bore and could become a “jump the shark” moment. Let me explain why:
    I actually like how they handled the relationship so far, it has been progressing in a very natural way. My views are as follows:
    Season 1: Castle likes Becket (at first because she’s hot) later because of her drives/personality and develops feelings for her her. Becket on the other hand merely tolerates Castle, sort of likes his boyish flirting but sees him as a somewhat immature playboy. (also she is secretly a big fan of his writings)
    Season 2: Becket sees another more mature side of Castle after his extensive apologies for meddling in her mothers death and his tenacity of helping her find her mothers killer. Castle still feels for her but sort of has given up on her resulting in him getting back with his ex. Becket who slowly is also developing feelings and is willing to admit to them realizes she’s too late (season 2 ending)
    Season 3: Starts with Becket being hurt. Although she knows she missed the boat, she sees Rick as a friend who has not contacted her for several months.
    The rest of the season sees a deepening of their relationship IMHO they reconcile as friends but there are hint from both sides that they want more but are afraid to express those feelings because of the previous years. Imho their relationship is written in such a way that it can only result in a definitive break up or in a starting real live relationship and guess what we got both.
    Obviously in the last episode they truly love each other, but there is one big hurdle “Beckets obsession with her mothers death even if would mean her death. She blows of Castle just because of that. Castle on the other hand is so in love with her that he wants to protect her even if that means they can never get together.
    His declaration for his love at the final moment means they have to deal with it. If the series is following its format so far that means we can see three directions IMHO.
    1. Becket starts to realize that Rick just meant her to be save also declares her love and the two get together somwhere midseason (including relationship hick ups and uneasy stuff between them) Or they remain friends, either way the possible relationship is dealt with early season.
    2. She is still angry with him but during the season we either get a resolution to her mothers arc or she starts to realize how obsessed she really is with a possible relationship at the end of season 4.
    3. Same as scenario 2, but we get back to the will they or won’t they stuff we saw in season 3. In my view that would mean a ratings decline. As others have already mentioned the writers have made the Becket/Castle relationship the drive of the show, specifically in the end of S2 and the whole of S3. By making one character make the first move they have no other choice than to resolve this arc. The first season showed this could be a fun crime show without much hassle. If they continue the pseudo romantic arc and continue to make it the drive of the series the castle candle will burn out. Compare it with shows like X-files or Lost. An arc without reolution only works for 3 or so seasons otherwise it will become a drag. (which also means wrap up the whole Beckets mother story line in S4).
    As a final point in this long long reaction: I disagree with the comparison with Bones. That series is based mostly (just my $0.02) on actor chemistry. In real life there is no future for Booth and Bones whatsoever. The pregnancy and forced realtionship at the end of this season probably means that the end is near for that show.

  38. by far the best tv show I have watched till date and beckett ,,, is awesome …. castle even better!

  39. kasturi

     /  June 30, 2011

    am i the only one who noticed the amazing work john huertas and the dude who plays ryan did? it’s silly of people not to even wonder how this could affect those guys after they find out about the captain. they’re like these little boys who found out their father had been lying to them the whole time. how they handled it and informed beckett . not to mention their acting(or did i already do that?)
    anyway. what im saying is, get a life, people , and after a few hours of “hanging on the cliff” , move on.seriously, you all sound like all you live for is the show. so try lock the hyperventilation in the vault and let the steam out now and again ,till next season comes out and then just enjoy it like you would any other form of entertainment. live in the moment.
    also, vaishali, im from india, and would suggest watching it online cuz it definitely is not coming here before may 2012.

  40. amrita sen

     /  July 1, 2011

    Beckett – Castle chemistry has so many shades which makes it seem like the old x files mulder and scully relationship only more hidden & platonic..I’m waiting to see what happens in season 4, Mr Marlowe, you have a big fan in India as well I never miss Castle unless theres an earthquake or hurricane..i hope the suspense would continue and Becketts boyfrend Josh is very charming and a nice guy, hope he meets a great partner for himself next far as kate and rick are concerned, she will surely recover and be in action soon and castle should give her the space she needs yet be with her always!!

  41. U’re rite kasturi… am from india too… i am jst NOT waitn till may 2012…..!!!!!!!!!! i thnk i’ll have to watch on utube…..i mean when ryan n esposito found out it was montgomery, they knew it that instant that they’ll have to be careful abt beckett… n am sure this girl is going to go head-long into d killer’s den…. god man….anyway… lets jst wait n watch…. this andrew marlowe has already askd us not 2 expct anythng big on d 1st epi… so let’s see how he’s dealing with it…..

  42. sudarshan debnath

     /  July 1, 2011

    thank god! season 4 is coming. 🙂 and please no other female boss. let elevate kate as Lt. and i was little disappointed about the last episode of season 3 where kate was little less active.:(

  43. alisa

     /  July 2, 2011

    Kate lives!!!!!!! :p

  44. i think castle season 3 was by far the best out of 3 , but seasons 1 and 2 are not far behind . i love this series !!!! and who would have thought that a mid season entry would be sooooo great !!!
    i am also eagerly waiting for the result of castle’s ” I LOVE U ” and just cant wait for season 4 !!!!!!
    i even love the cases , they are not similar and monotonous and just amazing ……..
    also hope it lasts many seasons !!!!

  45. OMG! I dont like the ending of season 3, but i really really love CASTLE so very much

  46. Deedeedott

     /  July 4, 2011

    Seriously Castle is good, BUT COMARING IT TO BONES!!!!! Bones is way ahead of it and way more awesome!!! Brennan and Booth got something Castle and Becket will never have! Castle is about cases, not about C&B.
    Shooting Becket was just a repeating when they shot Booth on Bones and thats not the only idea stolen from Bones used on Castle. Killed mother issue? Episode with aliens? Episode with one man and two wifes? Episode with woodoo killer? Seen all Bones and Castle episodes. Bones is way ahead and Castle is good but also a weak copy of Bones.
    Castle is cool, but got nothing on Bones….sorry

  47. daleek

     /  July 9, 2011

    the producers will drag it on and on until we don’t care about the characters, then it will get cancelled. by the way no tv producer ever lost money by underestimating the intelligence of the tv audience.

  48. Angelina

     /  July 13, 2011

    Oh come one, people, give Castle a chance. I just don’t watch it for the relationship, I also watch it because of the investigations. And I mean, not everything’s the same, because there’s no fun in breaking that suspense so soon, because if they break it, it’ll be the end of Castle. Who would want that? And they’re working up a pretty good crowd with all those cute moments between them, people just can’t wait, it’s not irritation, it’s excitement! And I bet in Season 4 they might NOT, MIGHT NOT be together, but let’s hope the show would be renewed for a Season 5. That would be great, right?
    And stop comparing Castle to Bones like babies, too. Please. We all know they are very, very good shows in their own unique way. And nobody’s dragging it on, and on. It’s just that, their lovey dovey relationship can’t be the heart of the show all the time. And the producer’s done so much already. I think it’s nice to pull the cords a bit before getting to them. He’s not planning on never getting them together… Meh. I can’t wait!!!! 😀 😀 😀 😀 😀

  49. Jonny

     /  July 15, 2011


  50. zicka

     /  July 22, 2011

    I bet they will get together in season 7 or 8. ;P

  51. once you start watching cant stop. damn addictive series.
    Hats off to Mr. Andrew W. Marlowe for giving us such a wonderful show.

  52. well, lets see the full new episodes for season 4 and can wait to see the new scene brought out 😀 come on caskett!!! xxx

  53. Igno Roger

     /  August 6, 2011

    The writers mustn’t bring Castle and beckett together. Marlowe says his team will be able to lead the story, after Castle and Beckett get together, without getting boring. But this is difficult. If they won’t be smart enough, castle may be going to end as boring as Chuck most likely is. And I don’t want to lose Castle, one of my fav series.
    I think the story of season 4 should get back to the humor of the first season. I do miss the funny moments of the episodes from the early times. I’ve been watching this show for those moments, and if they won’t be on screen in season 4, I think I’m going to stop watching it (which I couldn’t, most likely).

  54. Cat

     /  August 10, 2011

    I want them to be together as a couple in this season pleaaaaaaasssssssssssssseeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!!!!

  55. Melanie Baker

     /  August 16, 2011

    As soon as Castle and Beckett get together, the show’s over it’s goodbye, no more witty comments from castle and exasperated glares or no more banter between our dynamic duo Esposito and Ryan.

    I don’t think it’s dragging out too long, but with montgomory gone, it’s certainly looks like it’s begining to wrap up. gosh, i just watched the finale tonight cos we were on holiday and i didn’t believe my dad when he said she got shot – and i wasn’t expecting the Montgomery twist. i love castle, ad shall remain loyal, because even though if i get bored, i’ll still be riveted to my seat. because that’s just the kind of person i am.

    of course Becket isn’t dead. and even though dad say’s the show isn’t called becket, it’s castle, you can’t have Castle without Beckett.

    i hope someone’s actually listening to my rant…

  56. Cathi

     /  August 16, 2011

    I think we all need to take a moment and remember this is just a program? As amazing as it is it is not real life and yes it’s annoying having to wait and see what happens but that’s life……. Now build a bridge and get over it I only looked on the net to see if Kate lived and was amazed at how seriously so many people took it!!!!

  57. Ellie

     /  August 17, 2011

    So are beckett and castle acctually going to have a proper relationship or not? Also what date does Castle season 4 comes back on, on the channel Alibi in the UK?????

  58. Nik

     /  August 31, 2011

    I like Castle AND Bones. And I’m not so sexually frustrated that I have to see couples do the nasty like some voyeur. Sure, It’s fun but its only tv. If you want to be bored with a couple, try watching Ziva and Tony (NCIS). They’re so slow that two people a few light years away would reach each other faster. Now, I’ll see the new Castle after I drink my pina colada….It’s a really large drink….ciao!

  59. lucy may

     /  September 5, 2011

    how will beckets father take it, since he showed up at castles house to ask him to change her mind because he didnt want to loose her. how will her father react knowing his daughter got shot

    but other than that im honestly in love with this show and the relationship between castle and Becket even if it gets dragged on it kind of give the suspension if they will really get together. Becket inspires me and i look up to her even if she is only a character i want to be a police officer when im older and i would love to be like her when im older.

    i cant wait for the new season to come. im upset it isnt coming out ealier but atleast i still have a crime show to watch (bones).

  60. Why was tonites show titled,season 3 finale,which of course it wasent.Even when i checked the info on the show tonite ,it was was wrong.I have gotten acouple of freinds to watch this show, i give my copy of season 1 to watch so they would know how it began.Then tonite i told them, this was the season3 finale. What happened?Is the real finale next Monday?Iknow you have to keep them apart,but i worry people will get tired of waiting.You shouldwork on how to put them together & still make their relationship interesting.Ilove this show,it is my favorite.Thank you…….

  61. Camelia

     /  September 15, 2011

    Does anyone know when the new season of Castle will show on star tv?

  62. Alyssa

     /  October 27, 2011

    Of course, Kate will survive. Without her there’s no Castle and i bet no one’s good enough to replace her and we all know that Castle can’t solve crimes without her. I mean, Hello?! He’s in love with her.

    P.S. Big fan of KATE BECKETT!

  63. when will new season start cant wait to see what happens i love this show

  64. yara

     /  January 1, 2012

    How many seasons are there ? I mean seriously I wanna know how it ends and it’s frustrating to it for it !! So do u know how many are there ?

  65. anna

     /  January 12, 2012

    is beckett admit it that she love with castle? is they will kiss in season 4

  66. Annie

     /  January 14, 2012

    Does anyone know when castle season 4 starts on star world ?

  67. christina

     /  January 17, 2012

    in which episode of castle season 4 when castle and beckett together? plzzzzzzzzzz reply me fastly

  68. bella

     /  January 24, 2012

    is beckett said with castle that she loved with him?????????????

  69. alice

     /  January 28, 2012

    could i see castle and beckett together????????????

  70. alice

     /  January 29, 2012

    can we see castle and beckett together ????????????/

  71. I think Castle Season 4 has lost its shot at getting viewed on star tv, scheduled initially to be shown in SEPT 2011… but it already FEB 2012.. The show writers are simply dragging castle -backett relationship.. The need to stop frustrating the expectations of the audience.. they have lost out on many channels already..

  72. Rovin D'Cruz

     /  February 15, 2012

    hope kate survivies……………………
    and there is a castle season 5………..

  73. nina

     /  March 1, 2012

    in season 4, is beckett admit it that she loves with castle???????????

  74. I think something ort’ to be done with the idiots running ALL programs to do with the NCSI + Castle as they cant get their sums right…I think they all should attend schooling and find out what comes after two. Been back in Britian just over a year and I’ve seen Kate of NCIS take that bullet at least 8 times so far.Still have’nt seen anything of Castle from Series 3.
    Keep seeing series 1 & 2.
    If it did’nt cost so much I’d buy the whole series 1 – 5 of Castle.

  75. leany

     /  September 20, 2012

    When is the next series due in the UK – I see it’s due in the US on 24th September ’12?

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