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Positively Positive Review – Castle: The Third Man

by on Jan.26, 2010, under Comedy-drama, Crime, Mystery, Television

Stana Katic and Nathan Fillion in Castle, season 2, episode 14 “The Third Man”. Image from www.fanpop.com
Castle The Third Man

My favorite part of this episode was watching Beckett and Castle on the accidental double-date. They each make a date and end up at the same restaurant in nearby tables.

They both made the dates in an effort to squash rumors (and reassure themselves) that they weren’t an “item”. Yeah, that plan pretty much backfired. All the two of them can do is talk about the case to their dates, boring the poor people to death. The only time Castle and Beckett show any excitement is when they keep making excuses to get up and talk to each other about the case, discovering that they’ve both had the same ideas.

Their dates actually do end up having a good time. Once Castle and Beckett leave, the two abandoned people actually end up together. Which is something I totally saw coming ,but still laughed at appreciatively.

In the end, Castle and Beckett solve the case and go out for burgers while chatting away about it. Proving of course that these two are meant for each other but have no idea, which makes watching them dance around even more fun for us.

Overall a great episode that showed us what it would be like if Castle and Beckett went out on a date…..sorta.


More Castle…..
Castle, season 2, episode 3 “Inventing The Girl”
Castle, season 2, episode 4 “Fool Me Once”
Castle, season 2, episode 5 “When The Bough Breaks”
Castle, season 2, episode 6 “Vampire Weekend”
Castle, season 2, episode 8 “Kill The Messenger”
Castle, season 2, episode 9 “Love Me Dead”
Castle, season 2, episode 10 “One Man’s Treasure”
Castle, season 2, episode 11 “The Fifth Bullet”
Castle, season 2, episode 13 “Sucker Punch”

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Positively Positive Review – Castle: The Fifth Bullet

by on Dec.08, 2009, under Comedy-drama, Mystery, Television

Marc Blucas and Nathan Fillion in Castle, Season 2, episode 11 “The Fifth Bullet”. image from www.daemonstv.comCastle The Fifth Bullet
Last night as I watched this episode I felt like such a smarty pants. As soon as they found the guy with amnesia, I predicted that he would turn out to be the killer. Heck, I even figured out what the plastic bag was for and that the dog would lead them closer, about a minute before Castle did.

Even as they kept trying to help the guy, figuring he’d been shot by the murderer, I thought I knew better. I was Miss Genius because I knew for a fact he’d turn out to be the bad guy and they might even find out he had been faking all along.

I tried my hardest not to like the character of “J”. I kept telling myself he was bad, he was evil, he was the murderer, I mustn’t like him and I certainly mustn’t hope for him and his ex-wife to get back together.

So when they finally proved that he did it, I went “Aha! I knew it!”…..until I looked at how much time was left in the episode. What’s this? I thought. A case is never solved this soon. Could it be that I was…….wrong??

Sure enough. I was dead wrong and all I have to say is…… YAY!!!

I know, it’s strange to enjoy being wrong but in a case like last night I couldn’t have been happier. Because even though I tried as hard as I could not to, I ended up liking the amnesiac and yes, I even hoped he’d get back with his ex. Watching him walk away at the end of the episode, with her arms around him and the dog happily trotting at their heels, made me very happy.

Who knew that a mystery show could also give us a nice, romantic, happy ending?

Ps: Holy cow! After looking up the episode stats to find out the name of the actor who played “J”, I just realized he played Riley on Buffy The Vampire Slayer. I knew he looked familiar but I couldn’t figure out why….duh!


More Castle…..
Castle, season 2, episode 3 “Inventing The Girl”
Castle, season 2, episode 4 “Fool Me Once”
Castle, season 2, episode 5 “When The Bough Breaks”
Castle, season 2, episode 6 “Vampire Weekend”
Castle, season 2, episode 8 “Kill The Messenger”
Castle, season 2, episode 9 “Love Me Dead”
Castle, season 2, episode 10 “One Man’s Treasure”

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Positively Positive Review – Castle: One Man’s Treasure

by on Nov.24, 2009, under Comedy-drama, Crime, Mystery, Television

Molly C. Quinn in Castle, season 2, episode 10 “One Man’s Treasure”. Image from www.daemonstv.com

Castle One Mans Treasure Molly C Quinn

Every week I watch Castle and like it more and more. As I’ve said before, I was never that much into mysteries but this show has made a convert out of me. I have spoiler-phobia and one of the reasons is because I’m always upset when I can figure out the ending of a show (or movie, book, etc) before it’s over. It’s not nearly as much fun to watch something when you’ve already figured out who the bad guy/girl is.

This show keeps me on my toes. Truthfully I did peg Carlberg as the murderer the moment I saw him. Just something about the character set off all kinds of bells. But as the episode went on, I began to think I was wrong and that’s what I love about this show. Each week it seems that Beckett and Castle figure out whodunit, only to find out they’re on the wrong track and move on to someone else. This week I found myself going along with them and wondering who the murderer was until the last second. I even had a little laugh at myself when I saw that they had indeed gone back to the man I’d suspected in the first place.

I also really enjoyed the little backstory with Alexis working at the precinct as part of her Civics class. Yes of course, the moment she found the little picture book I’m sure we all predicted what would happen. Still, it was a very sweet little moment that made me tear up and once again allowed Molly C. Quinn to shine.

Overall another smart, funny story with a little bit of heart thrown in for good measure.


More Castle…..
Castle, season 2, episode 3 “Inventing The Girl”
Castle, season 2, episode 4 “Fool Me Once”
Castle, season 2, episode 5 “When The Bough Breaks”
Castle, season 2, episode 6 “Vampire Weekend”
Castle, season 2, episode 8 “Kill The Messenger”
Castle, season 2, episode 9 “Love Me Dead”

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Positively Positive Review – Castle: Vampire Weekend

by on Oct.27, 2009, under Comedy-drama, Crime, Mystery, Television

Nathan Fillion in Castle, season 2, episode 6 “Vampire Weekend”. Image from www.daemonstv.comCastle Vampire Weekend

As a diehard Browncoat (a fan of the show Firely), last night’s episode started out with what will probably be the best scene ever for me on this show. Castle comes out in his costume and is asked by his daughter what he’s supposed to be. He replies a “space cowboy” to which she tells him there’s no such thing and didn’t he wear it five years ago? He says he likes it and she tells him to get over it already.

I was laughing so hard I could barely breathe, for we all know that Alexis’ comments were not directed at her father (even though Nathan did of course play the famous Captain Mal Reynolds on the show) so much as they were to us, the Browncoats.

Get over it? Nah! Never happen.

The rest of the episode was a typical murder mystery with lots of Halloween twists as they first discover the body of a “vampire” and then a “werewolf”. Along the way, pumpkins are carved, more costumes are worn and there is even some family drama as Alexis’ friend imbibes at a party. One of my favorite moments of the night came when Castle got to be the great dad that he is by picking them both up, no questions asked, and taking care of the girl before her parents arrived.

I waited in anticipation for the final scene, knowing we’d see some more cool outfits. Castle had on a great Edgar Allen Poe (one of my personal favorite authors) costume, but it was Beckett who stole the spotlight. Showing up in an overcoat, she begins to unbutton it as Castle eagerly awaits to see what’s underneath. What can only be described as a frog-like alien pops up and it wasn’t just he who jumped at the gag, it gave me a fright too.

Overall an awesome Halloween episode that allowed us Browncoats to have a little laugh at ourselves before moving on to loads more Halloween fun.

More Castle….

Castle, season 2, episode 3 “Inventing The Girl”

Castle, season 2, episode 4 “Fool Me Once”

Castle, season 2, episode 5 “When The Bough Breaks”

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Positively Positive Review – Castle: Fool Me Once…

by on Oct.13, 2009, under Comedy-drama, Crime, Television

Nathan Fillion and Stana Katic in Castle, season 2, episode 4 “Fool Me Once…”. Image from www.daemonstv.comCastle Fool Me Once

This week’s episode of Castle has everyone investigating the death of a con man who may, or may not, have a heart of gold. He apparently tricks kids out of money, but then takes time out to write to each one of them while on a fake trip to the Antarctic. He is dating an heiress worth millions, but has signed a pre-nup giving up any claim to it.

This episode kept me guessing until the very end. Not only about who committed the murder, but also about the victim himself. Along the way, we got to see everyone on the give their opinions of cons and con men. It was no surprise that all the men liked con movies and admired some of the victim’s ploys.

It was interesting to see though, that as soon as Castle saw cons from the viewpoint of a father rather than a man, his whole idea of them changed. What was once funny and clever was now suspicious and possibly dangerous to his little girl. His over-protection, checking out Alexis’s violin teacher, may have been a bit over the top…okay a LOT over the top, but who can really blame him?

I also enjoyed the fact that throughout the entire episode, Beckett was pulling the biggest con of all. She lied to Castle about not reading his book, which we find out (and so does he) that she’s really addicted to it. She also told the whole team that she didn’t like con movies, but in the end loved them just as much as the guys did.

More Castle…

Castle, season 2, episode 3 “Inventing The Girl”

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