Or them trying to talk and brush their teeth at the same time. Of course there’s synchronized spitting.
Castle … shaving … shirtless *gulp* *stares off into the distance*
Unless you’ve been vacationing under a rock, you know this much about the season-ending inferno which a distraught Kate laid witness to: Rick was not in the car. As the how/why/who of that misdirect/Rick’s vanishing is explored over the first run of episodes, showrunner David Amann says the shocking truth will not tear “Caskett” apart but “make them stronger.” It also will crack open a brand-new, overdue chapter in our title character’s backstory. “We’ve been conscious for a while of wanting to dig a little more deeply into Castle, but we also felt like there was the mythology of Beckett[’s mother’s murder] to resolve,” Amann explains. “Now that it has been, we have some ‘real estate’ in which we can explore Castle without it being in competition with things going on in Beckett’s backstory.”
BONUS SPOILER | Series creator Andrew W. Marlowe notes that although Senator Bracken is now paying the piper for his role in Johanna Beckett’s aforementioned offing, “We still have two [pieces of mythology] very much in play” – 3XK and/or his disciples, and spy daddy Jackson Hunt.
RETURN DATE | Monday, Sept. 29 at 10/9c (ABC)
I have a new headcanon that Castle’s got a thing for Beckett’s shoulders. First thing she shows him in Always is the first thing he goes to undress in After the Storm.
maybe that’s why we’re not allowed to show our shoulders in school
A woman’s shoulders can bring down nations.
Beckett knows what she wants
Seeee. The middle ones. #headcanon.