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October 23, 2014

Castle Season 7 Gets One Episode More

Three ABC dramas, veteran Castle, Sunday anchor Once Upon a Time, which has enjoyed a boost from its Frozen arc, and sophomore Resurrection, have received orders for one extra episode each. Castle and Once will produce 23 episode each, while Resurrection will deliver 14 as the supernatural drama shares a time slot with John Ridley’s 13-episode midseason series American Crime.

Source: Deadline

Meme is Murder: Sneak Peek 2

October 21, 2014

Castle Cliff Notes: Child's Play

Castle + children= Greatness!  This week’s case involved a potential kid witness and had our crime solving team trying to crack the toughest witnesses of all… 2nd graders.  There were plenty of fun lighthearted moments with the children but also an intense case.  You got a great mix of fairy princess and illegal passport operations in this episode, what more could you possibly ask for?  In an episode full of cuteness overload, it was tough to pick moments but I just couldn’t keep these 2nd grade-centric moments off the list!

5. Watch Out for Flying Objects
                Meeting the second grade teacher. Mrs. Ruis, Beckett thanks her for allowing Castle to spend time in her classroom.  Clearly not happy with the arrangement Mrs. Ruiz expresses that she had no choice and asks how they think they are going to find their witness when the youth officer couldn’t.  Castle says “Yes, but being 90% kid myself I have an ability to get into the minds of children.  And I have the perfect plan.”  Mrs. Ruiz explains there is no perfect plan and questions his ability to handle 20 2nd graders.  Castle assures her he can handle anything “these little charmers” throw his way.  Upon walking into the classroom he immediately gets hit by a flying object and says “in this case it’s an eraser.”   This teacher’s attitude towards Castle reminded me so much of Gate’s and I love it!  She didn’t buy his confidence for one minute and let him work out the problems himself.  Also, I loved the timing of the eraser right after he displayed his confidence in his ability to handle the kids.  I loved the character of Mrs. Ruiz and how she softened up to Castle throughout the episode and watching Castle interact with the class was so fun!    I wish we had guests when I was in school like Richard Castle!

4. Man Child?
                Trying to figure out who their kid witness is, Beckett and Castle start talking to the principal at Kennedy Elementary.  Beckett continues talking while Castle starts to play with some sort of kid’s toy.  We learn that that none of the children are opening up to the youth officer but the officer mentions that children are often more likely to open up to someone who isn’t an authority figure such as a classmate. Beckett reiterates the youth officers point saying “so basically we are looking for someone who won’t intimidate them. An adult presence in the classroom that 8 year olds will view as a peer.  Someone that they can consider one of their own?”  The principal asks where they will find someone like that just as Castle finishes the maze and says “Got it. Easy.”  He may not have been paying attention to what was going on, but Castle may as well have put his hand up and shouted “ME! ME! ME!” with that answer. Who better to send in with children than one of the team’s biggest kids. I love that this episode highlighted Castle’s playful side and this scene started the whole thing off! 


3. If Peeing Your Pants is Cool…
                Castle has the children write short stories to see if any of them lead him to believe the kid witness their crime.  He tells the teacher that he thinks Jack’s story about a giant definitely was the correct story because the giant had a gun.  Castle decides to win over Jack’s trust by playing army men with him at recess and bringing up the giant in their play.  Jack reveals to him that the giant was actually from a movie that his older brother watched.  Castle realizes his mistake and stands up revealing wetness in an unfortunate spot on his pants.  Immediately Jason starts yelling “Mr. Castle wet his pants!” and Castle tries to defend himself saying that the ground was wet but it was too late as the kids were already laughing. I really couldn’t get enough of Castle’s interactions with the kids and seeing them run all over him was hilarious.  I loved that he tried to give them a rationale even though there is not point rationalizing with kids when potty humor is involved.  Poor Castle J

2.  Princess Tea Party
                Cutest tea party ever!  Trying to get Emily to open up to him, Castle has a tea party with her dressed up as fairy princesses.  He compliments her tea and when asked if he wants sugar Castle asks for “low calorie fairy dust” since he is trying to cut back on sweets.  The duo then builds an ice palace together with their magic wands and Emily makes sure it’s perfect.  Castle, in a sweet moment, helps Emily with her bullying problems and then agrees to do the dishes and finish their ice castle while she goes out to recess.  I couldn’t leave this moment out!  How cute was Emily?!?! And Castle was equally adorable in his princess attire. I could just picture him doing the same thing with little Alexis or maybe even a future Caskett baby!  Hey, I can dream can’t I?

1. Girlfriend Competition
                Castle and Beckett go back into the classroom to try to figure who drew the picture of the ice cream truck that was left in Castle’s pocket.  Emily sees them and walks up to Beckett with a less than impressed look on her face.  She introduces herself and asks who Beckett is.  Beckett responds saying “I’m Kate.  I’m Mr. Castle’s friend.”  Emily immediately asks if she likes to play princesses with him and Kate responds “sometimes.”  Emily quickly changes the direction of the conversation and asks “are you getting married?” to which Beckett and Castle respond at the same time saying “one day.”  This leaves a disappointed Emily to walk away.  First, I loved how well this interaction showed the direction a second grader would take a conversation.  Emily thought she had something special with Castle and wasn’t too thrilled to see another female in his life.  And then jumping straight to the marriage question?  I loved it!  I also loved our crime solving duos answer! Also, it was funny to see Kate have a little “competition” for Castle’s attention. Plus, Castle and Beckett are naturals with children! I always love watching Caskett work with children as it just adds to my Caskett family fantasy so this was an easy countdown favorite!

Did you love the kids as much as I did?  Did this episode have you dreaming of Caskett’s future? Join the discussion in the comments section below, tweet me @DenialLove or tweet us at @TwelfthPrecinct

Xo Always ~DenialLove

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People's Choice Awards Voting Guide!

It's officially time to start the voting process for the 2015 People's Choice Awards!  The voting for nominees opened today and this is the first step leading to Castle and its actors ultimately winning the awards!  I have put together a quick voting guide for you, but you are also able to write in Castle for any category that fits!  Here are the main categories to vote for and quick links to them!  Be sure to check out all of the categories and write ins!

Click the categories to vote!

FAVORITE TV CRIME DRAMA - Castle obviously!

FAVORITE CRIME DRAMA TV ACTOR - Nathan is a choice but you can also write in Seamus  Dever and Jon Huertas!

FAVORITE CRIME DRAMA TV ACTRESS - Stana! Also just like with TV actor you could also nominate Tamala, Molly, Penny, etc!

FAVORITE TV DUO - Nathan and Stana!!!

FAVORITE TV SHOW - While Castle isn't a pre-selected option you can definitely write it in!

Alright Castle fans!  Get out there and vote!  This is a very important step in our goal of getting Castle more PCA's and we have to start out strong!  Pass on this voting guide to all your Castle loving friends and lets get the sweep this year!


October 20, 2014

Meme is Murder: Sneak Peek 1

Meme is Murder: Promo

Meme Is Murder: Canadian Promo

Next weeks episode of Castle is about the murder on a social media celebrity. Watch here the Canadian promo for next weeks, October 27th, episode.

October 17, 2014

Child's Play: Sneak Peek 2

October 16, 2014

Murder Is Meme: Promotional Pictures

Episode 9 Title & Details Known

Anything new on Castle? – Sam
Episode 9, “titled “Role of a Lifetime,” revolves around the murder of a Stallone-like action-movie headliner, with the persons of interest including the vic’s onetime co-star, his Brigitte Nielsen-esque wife, and their club promoter son.


October 15, 2014

Child's Play: Sneak Peek 1

October 14, 2014

Castle Cliff Notes: Clear & Present Danger

How do you solve a case with an invisible suspect?  That’s exactly what our team was up against this week.  It was a fun episode full of twists and it had just the right amount of romance to satisfy Caskett fans everywhere.  Could one of Castle’s crazy theories about their invisible suspect be true?  Or will logic prevail again? With all the crazy invisible people running around we better get this countdown started!

5. Burritos with a Side of Demons
                Castle tries to convince Beckett that the victims injuries make sense for someone who was trying to protect themselves from an invisible demonic force.  He then asks her “What would you do if you were attacked by an invisible demonic force?”  He was obviously hoping to have Beckett confirm his theory but instead she says “I would tell Ryan to lay off the bean burritos at lunch.”  Right on cue Ryan enters leaving Beckett to awkwardly say “hey Ryan…”  I know the humor is probably considered juvenile by some but I fully enjoyed it.  Not only did Beckett shoot down Castle’s theory but she responded in a way he normally would.  Also, friendly joking reminds you of the close bond the team has with each other.  I love seeing them make fun of each other and it definitely reminds me of me and my siblings.  A nice, light moment to add laughter to the countdown!

4. The Invisible Man
                At the suspect’s house, Beckett is looking around when Castle grabs her bottom.  “Did the invisible man just goose you?” he asks as she lets out a small scream.  Beckett then spots the victims work key card and finds herself being shoved back by an invisible force.  As she is being choked, Castle thinks she is acting and starts to say “that’s pretty good… you’re really selling the invisible...” before realizing that the scene before him was real.  He then tries to get the force off Beckett and gets pushed down and repeatedly punched before the invisible person runs away. Beckett questions what just happened and Castle exclaims “the invisible man is real!” Still trying to find any other explanation and not give into Castle’s ideas Beckett says “yea well whatever it.. that.. Whatever it was just ran off with the only lead we have.”  Luckily for her though, Castle switched out the key card for one of his credit cards.  I loved the special effects in this scene and watching Castle go from thinking Kate was faking her attack to actually realizing something was happening.  It was a fun action scene that still had the light feel of Caskett in it!

3. Are You Ready?
                Castle and Beckett are both sitting at the loft reading on their iPads when they start to glance each other’s way when they think the other one isn’t looking. Finally, Beckett suggests that they should do something.  Castle asks what she wants to do and Kate suggests watching a movie.  They both banter a little bit saying they want to do what the other wants to when Beckett says they have seen a lot of movies recently.  You can tell she has other ideas in mind for what they could be doing when she finally suggests they could do “something else tonight.”  *wink wink* Castle tries to play cool trying to make sure she is actually referring to what he believes she is before he gets his hopes up. Castle says he thought she wasn’t ready to have sex yet since he came back and Beckett looks at him and says “I thought you weren’t ready.”  Castle says “I’m ready.  I’m so ready” and Beckett confirms “I’m ready too.  I’m really ready.”  Castle then asks the obvious “so then what are we waiting for?” and our couple makes a move towards the bedroom but not before Beckett’s cell phone rings.  We then see them at a crime scene where Beckett promises to pick up where they left our and she will wear the Valentine’s Day gift he got her which makes Castle have to steady himself on a police office.  First, did anyone else pick up on the similarities between this scene and the post Always scene?  It reminded me a lot of when Castle was asking Beckett what she wanted to do (after their night of sex) and they start suggesting things such was seeing a movie or reading when they really had other intentions.  I love it when new scenes remind you of older season moments!  Also, I think we are all also ready for Castle and Beckett to enjoy a little private time in their life!  And its 100% Caskett to assume the other person wasn’t ready and put off pleasure. Also, we are all left visualizing the possibilities of Castle’s Valentine’s Day present. Overall, a cute moment that had ties to previous Caskett moments!  Definitely worthy of this weeks countdown!

2.  Martha Traps
                Back at the loft, Castle and Beckett are “taking their minds off the case.”  Castle tells Beckett “You have no idea how much I missed this.”  Beckett reminds him he had amnesia for two months so she definitely missed it more.  Castle stops the action after he thinks he heard something and despite Beckett’s attempts to keep kisses going she eventually starts to feel like they are being watched.  Castle hangs up an elaborate maze of pots, pans, and fishing wire and tells Beckett “And you thought zombie apocalypse survival camp was a waste of time.”  Beckett smiles and says “you just kind of  make nerdy sexy.”  As soon as they start their fun again, you hear the pots and pans clashing and someone screaming.  The lights turn on to reveal Martha stuck in the trap.  As you know, I always love my weekly dose of Martha and this scene was just perfect.  You got a little bit of Caskett, a pinch of nerdy Castle love, and of course Martha making a grand entrance.  While I feel bad that Caskett frequently gets interrupted when they are trying to get intimate, I can’t help but laugh at all the crazy ways it happens.

1. Invisible Clothes
                After being interrupted numerous times, Caskett is finally alone at the loft.  Castle shows Beckett his thermal goggles and scans the room to make sure they are alone.  He tells her the room is clear except for “the very hot object before me.”  Beckett tells Castle to give her a minute while she slips into “something special” and he immediately makes his way towards the bed hoping it’s going to be her Valentine’s Day gift.  Beckett says “it’s even better… it’s invisible.” Is it getting hot in here?  I love it when Kate can render Castle speechless and in this case he even dropped his fancy high tech goggles.  As the viewers we could only see a sultry shoulder but I’m sure Castle was enjoying the view.  Definitely worth the wait during all the interruptions due to the case!  In my opinion, Castle does one of the best jobs on TV keeping to the true nature of the show while also progressing the main characters through a romantic relationship.  Time to throw that moonlighting curse to the curb!

Thanks for being patient with my technical difficulties this week!  Better late than never!  But seriously, how cool was that episode?!  What would you do with an invisible suit?  What do you think about Ryan’s new job? Join the discussion in the comments section below, tweet me @DenialLove or tweet us at @TwelfthPrecinct

Xo Always ~DenialLove

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