While the show focuses on Castle and Beckett most weeks, they do give the supporting cast a chance to shine every once in a while. This week is Lanie’s turn, and it looks to be quite suspenseful.
The murder victim that starts off the episode is a dead ringer for Lanie right down to her tattoos. So, is that a coincidence or is Lanie a target?
These type of episodes are nothing new on mystery shows, but they can be quite good and suspenseful when done well. And Castle has proved it can take the familiar plots and make them surprisingly fun.
I’m hearing rumors that this episode will also give us a chance to find out where Lanie and Esposito stand these days, so all the shippers out there (like me) who want to know more about that will be happy to tune in and find out if there is any hope for this couple.
And we get to see Annie Wersching from 24 in one of the guest star spots. That should be fun.
All this kicks off after the semi-finals of Dancing with the Stars on Monday night. I can’t wait to see where it goes. See you at Carstairs Considers on Tuesday with my thoughts on the episode.
With only four weeks left in Neverland, we’re beginning to build toward the climax. Hook, Neal, Mary Margaret, David, and Emma think they have a way off the island. Meanwhile, Gold and Regina think they can use Pandora’s Box to defeat Pan without Gold having to give his life.
And it’s a good thing they are ready for the showdown because Pan has finally convienced Henry that he has to save magic and Neverland. However, what Henry doesn’t know is that it will cost him his life.
I’m also hearing something of a twist coming this week, although I have remained spoiler free at this point.
As if that weren’t enough, we’re going to flashback to Rumplestiltskin as a boy and see a bit more about his relationship with his own dad. We’ve heard hints about it but never actually seen just how bad it was, so that will be interesting.
All this and we actually get to hear Pan’s shadow speak. Marilyn Manson has the honor of providing the voice.
Obviously a lot will be happening Sunday night, but that’s not a surprise. They packed a lot into this show. Can’t wait to watch it, and I’ll be recapping over at Carstairs Considers.
You may recall the awesome #DisneySide videos and other social media experiences that I shared last week, and if you don’t then go check them out because GRUMPY CAT.
Basically, the new Disney campaign asks people to show their Disney Side, and then the awesome and the magic; however, not everybody has a Disney Side that should be shared.
I’m looking at you, Disney Villains.
The comedy duo of Jessi Sanfilippo and Anna Lind Thomas from the humor site HaHas for HooHas know what I’m talking about [note - the overall site may contain humorous bits of language that is considered NSFW, but this video is PG]. They made a parody video that most of us can relate to (you know who you are).
Here’s what happens when lifelong Disney fan Jess embraces the wrong #DisneySide:
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The new trailer for Disney’s Maleficent has been released and it looks fantastic.
From what we can tell Angelina Jolie is as icy and evil as we thought she would be, but there is a layer of curious sentiment involved that I not expect. Granted, I’m getting all this from a very short clip, but it’s there!
Also, the cinematography and special effects look up to the task of villains and magic, which is nice, so I’ll quit rambling and show it to you.
What do you think? Are you scared?
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After getting some of Jafar’s back story last week, it seems everyone I know who is watching this show was ready to learn more about Anastasia, aka the Red Queen. Well, the writers and producers must have been expecting that because she is the focus of this episode.
The flashback is going to pick up just after Anastasia and Will Scarlet, aka Knave, jumped through the looking glass portal into Wonderland. As much as they had dreamed about this day, they will see that Wonderland is not the paradise they thought it was. Struggling to survive, we’ll see just what made Anastasia feel she had to become the Red Queen.
Interestingly enough, all the material I’ve been able to find about the episode seems to focus on the flashback portion. I don’t know what will be happening in the present, but I assume that Alice will be trying to figure out how to turn Knave from stone to human again. And I’m hoping we’ll see more about Cyrus’ escape attempt. After all, since Alice used a wish last week, we’ve got to do something to get a step closer to stopping Jafar.
We’ll find out for sure what happens with the episode airs Thursday at 8/7c. And I’ll be over at Carstairs Considers on Friday with my recap.