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Tag Archives: castle
So last week in my preview, I gave up trying to guess when we’d see and hear more about Alexis, and low and behold, there she was. Frankly, I thought her sub-plot, all three scenes, were the best part of … Continue reading
There is no such thing as an easy case on a TV show. If there were, there would be no episode. So if Castle and Beckett knew they were on a TV show, they’d be very suspicious with the opening … Continue reading
We’re going back to high school on this week’s episode of Castle. And from the sound of things, the victim will be that one person we all wish would have died – the mean girl. So you’d think with someone … Continue reading
And there was much rejoicing in the Castle fan sphere after the last episode. That’s because the much reviled (and I’m being kind) Pi appears to have been written out of the show. While we didn’t see Alexis officially break … Continue reading