what a beautiful person
Between these two tweets, I’m gonna guess swings. I mean, favorite LOCATION and “At Play”?
Where do play? A park
And what’s a location that is a favorite? The swings
Yep yep yep. That’s what I thought too :)
Adulthood in a gif.
Yep. With alcohol and messy sobbing in the middle.
So remember how they said 7x01 and 7x02 are part of a “2-part” episode, but at the same time they are not? What if time passes by after the first episode? 0.0
That’s my personal theory for how they handle the two episodes, definitely. I keep thinking the first will take place over the span of a few days and then the second will involve a time shift to get them back to “real world time.”
This is exactly what I’ve been thinking as stuff has come out…it makes the most sense to me, tbh.
beinginthedarkesthour said: I agree with you but having her resort back to blaming Beckett every time something goes wrong in Castle’s life undoes any progress they’ve made these last two seasons. If she always blames her then they might as well not bother having a relationship.
Eh, I don’t think she’s gone back to blaming Beckett at all. To me, a lot of what people perceive as blaming Beckett is merely Alexis lashing out at the path of least resistance. And, honestly, people forget that Beckett is 1) a grown woman who can take it and 2) a person who has been there, done that, and usually is the one explaining to a bewildered Castle why his teenager is behaving how she does.
Season 4 is really the only time I’m going to buy that Alexis didn’t like Beckett and, even then, I don’t think its the active, acidic hate that seems so popular in this fandom. To me, Alexis lost some respect for her, that the shine came off the rose-colored glasses that Castle had given her with which to view the Detective. If you think about it, Castle’s complaints and reservations are things he only tells Martha. To Alexis its all glowing praise and silly jokes, and when Alexis is around Beckett up until the shooting its all being a mentor and lightly filling the role of a big sister or friend. There’s no shortage of admiration or awe there, and it’s backed up and fostered by her dad.
The shooting is the first time Alexis sees what they really do. It’s not just treasure hunts and coffee dates, there are actual bullets that actually kill people, and her dad just threw himself in front of one with no personal regard for his safety. That’s the kind of stuff that will mess you up, and it’s exactly the thing that leads her to scold him in 4x01 about going back to the precinct and risking his life. She’s not upset about Beckett, she’s upset that he’s taking a risk.
(This got long, so the rest is behind a cut.)
Yes this, all of this. Man this fandom will not give Alexis a single fucking break (while harping on all the time about how real and flawed Beckett is, and how wonderful that is…)
Yup yup. Read this. All of this.
(And I absolutely agree, the weight of the fandom double standard is getting a little hard to deal with, really. Of course Beckett’s “realness” is only wonderful if it doesn’t interfere with ‘one and done,’ because if it does, then she’s ruined.)
Musical theatre people be like
TRU THO OMG
This guy is the only one who has managed to make consistently good and inoffensive vines.
if you haven’t seen this picture yet i’m sorry
Castle Rewatch: 6x19 The Greater Good
Never noticed the feature article in the magazine Castle is reading is called: "How to Survive Planning a Wedding"
Obviously he should have picked up a copy of “How To Survive Attending Your Own Wedding.”
Zachary Levi talking about Missy. I didn’t see it posted here but its super cute and the way he says “And she’s Canadian” is hilarious.