I thought that the finale was a good episode overall, but there were some things that I would have preferred for them to do differently. But I think that Beckett will say yes to Castle, but not immediately. I think it’ll take him asking her again for her to actually say yes.
Kate Beckett | Hairporn Season 5
How many years of your life are you going to sacrifice for someone else’s future?
That’s the critical line and question for Beckett. She became a cop to help the families of murder victims not have to live with the pain of not knowing why their loved ones died. This new job would mean dealing with corporate cover-ups, terrorist plots, and more, with her potentially being able to save thousands of lives, at the expense of her own. She did that when she became a cop, and if not for Castle she’d still be in that mode. As she walks through the precinct, her home, she makes up her mind to not take the job and risk things with Castle. It’s why she can smile at the guys when she says she has something to tell them, but she has to tell someone else first. If you have any doubts about that, just look at how relaxed and smiling she is when she sees him. This is not a woman walking to go break someone’s heart.
congratulations, writer of this confession posted over four months before the finale, you are a winner
This was Marlowe’s submission.
Andrew Marlowe GET OFF Tumblr man! :P (LOL not really we love you stalk the fandom :P)
^^^This. Am I wrong or is Castle the only show where the showrunner is an “active” member of the fandom ???
Don’t worry about it, I still appreciate it!
Scene meme: Hell Hath No Fury (2/5):
Hopefully you mean lovely not lonely lol. I’m just joking, but yes, I completely think that Castle is ready for marriage while Beckett still needs to get there.
This season, Castle managed to prove that the old saying about happy couples being uninteresting doesn’t even remotely hold true.
The dance isn’t all TV couples have, and unlike storybook endings, in real life drama doesn’t end after the first kiss or after you say “I do”. Regardless of what the Castle creative team chooses to do next year with Beckett’s looming job offer or Castle’s surprise proposal, I think the creative strength and continued fan dedication shows audiences aren’t afraid of a happy couple.
Drama for drama’s sake is just as boring as the happiest couple on earth. And this season, Caskett has been very happy and Castle has still remained as compelling and fun as always. Take note showrunners, you could learn a thing or two from Castle.
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