April 23, 2014

Episode 6.22 - Veritas - Promotional Photos

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May Sweeps Scoopapalooza: Spoilers on Castle Season-Ending Episodes


May Sweeps Scoopapalooza: 99+ Spoilers on Your Favorite Series' Season-Ending Episodes



As May Sweeps begins and the TV season nears its end, TVLine has everything you could possibly need — well, except for smelling salts. (You know how cliffhangers can make you faint.) Ready  for the  exclusive image from Castle

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April 22, 2014

Who Will Be Castle's Best Man?

Do you have any more scoop on the Castle wedding? — Jeanine
You can't have a wedding without a best man, right? Expect a ridiculous competition between Ryan and Esposito as they try to win the job. "Ryan [wants] to have nice time at the bachelor party," Seamus Dever teases of his character's approach. "He knows a great place with a great wine list. He's going to be a classy best man where Esposito is going to be like, 'Yeah, I'm your frat boy!'" Unfortunately for both men, Castle may (unintentionally) be hard to woo. "The whole time they're jockeying for favor, all of their efforts are wasted because he's not even aware of what they're trying to do," Dever says.


Source: TVGuide

Castle Cliff Notes: That '70s Show

Good news Castle fans!  The mini hiatus is finally over and back with a bang in this week’s 70’s themed episode!  We got enough disco, polyester clothing, and 70’s slang references to last us for years and I was loving the whole thing.  No, this wasn’t finally and instance of Castle’s conspiracy theories being right and our crime solving duo using a time machine but it was equally as fun.  So get your funky threads on and lets head to the disco for this week’s Castle Cliff Notes Countdown!

5. Privacy Please
Walking out of Castle’s bedroom, Castle and Beckett are stopped by Martha who says “I am going to make your day!  I have the most exciting news I just wanted to wait until you were finished doing…you know, whatever you were doing in there.” Castle quickly says “sleeping” and Beckett clearly not liking the direction of the conversation asks “what news?”  Turns out Martha has some extravagant flower arrangement ideas that aren’t quite what Caskett were looking for, and this leads to Martha feeling a little left out of the wedding planning.  The reason this scene made the countdown?  I loved Martha’s “whatever you were doing in there” comment and Castle and Beckett clearly trying to change the topic of discussion.  The dynamic between Martha and Castle is always entertaining and I love Beckett fitting perfectly into their little household.  It was a short moment, but definitely a memorable one this episode.  And don’t worry, this isn’t the last you’ll see of Martha in this countdown!


4. Hot Mama
Castle and Beckett go to see Harold for the first time and they get a quick introduction into his condition of pathological grieving and how he believes it is currently the 1970’s.  He sees Kate and calls her a “hot mama” saying she could be his guest all night long.  Beckett quickly goes into work mode introducing herself as Detective Beckett and introducing Castle.  Harold automatically assumes Castle is the Captain as he is the male and assumes he is the one training Beckett. Harold then circles Beckett and says “Have you ever seen a cop with an ass that fine? If this is women’s lib I’m all for it!”  Castle tries to justify what Harold said by saying “to be fair, you do have a very fine… never mind.” I loved this first glimpse into the 70’s theme of the episode and Harold’s comment to Beckett and his automatic reversal of her and Castle’s roles was funny (not to mention refreshing to see the progress women in the workplace have made).  Castle trying to justify Harold’s ass comment was exactly what everyone was thinking but watching himself dig his own grave with Beckett was funny.  He caught himself just in time though but not before proclaiming his love for Beckett’s behind.  Loved this scene!


3. That 70’s Precinct
Needing to turn the clock in the precinct back to the 70’s, Castle enlists Martha’s help to make it happen (and to make her feel better about them not using her wedding ideas).  Turns out Martha brought in actors and wrote scripts for the whole thing. First glance of the elevator, Martha did an amazing job and Harold is clearly buying the whole thing. Worried, Beckett tells Castle that if the plan doesn’t work she’s going to kill him. Ryan and Esposito even get in on the fun dressing up as Snookie and Ray from the old crime fighting videos.  Harold says he wants to talk to Snookie and Ray only (since he “loves those guys”) and Beckett tells Espo and Ryan to take him to interrogation.  Still amazed that a women is in a leading role, Harold says “I can’t believe you let this chick boss you around.”  To add to the fun that was already happening, Alexis turns up wearing a way too little clothing for Castle’s liking, Ryan gets really into character, and we got to watch Castle and Beckett flub their way through their “scripts.”  Overall, it was a hilarious blast from the past and a lot of fun packed into one scene.  You dig?


2.  Foxy
Beckett and Castle are heading to the morgue dressed in their 70’s attire worried that Lanie isn’t going to hold up her end of the bargain.  They have nothing to worry about though, because when they enter the morgue with Harold she is dressed in full on 70’s attire.  Harold is impressed with how she looks, and frankly so was I!  Castle, amused asks what she’s wearing and Beckett tells him that the only 70’s outfit she had was her Foxy Brown Halloween costume.  Harold is trying to convince her to spend a night with him and Lanie with all her sass says “I’d rather be dead than end up in your bed jive turkey.”  Super hats off to Tamala on this scene!  She sold the part so well and looked amazing in her Foxy Brown outfit! Damn girl! Super sassy Lanie lands this scene high on this week’s countdown! Dy-no-mite!


1. Last Dance
After solving the case, Harold, Beckett, Castle, his family, and the rest of the 12th family head to Glitterotti to have some fun and say goodbye to Vince.  At the club, Castle and Beckett (in a fabulous dress) are showing off their moves on the dance floor.  Castle tells Beckett that he didn’t know she could disco dance.  Beckett responds saying “Oh Castle, I’m a woman of many hidden talents.”  Castle responds with “I look forward to discovering every single one.”  We then see Alexis and Martha, who also look fabulous and Castle expresses his excitement that Alexis has more clothes on then she did in the precinct (um, embarrassing dad…). Ryan and Espo, still in their Snookie and Ray attire are also dancing and of course Espo is checking out Lanie who looks great again!  And Ryan doing the splits?  Fantastic!  The real surprise though was Captain Gates making her way around the dance floor. Castle sees her and asks if her attendance means “all is forgiven” but Gates assures him that it just means she likes to dance.  Regardless, it was great to see the team having fun outside of work!  Also, I’m definitely looking forward to discovering more of Beckett’s hidden talents along with Castle.  Any ideas of what other hidden talents she could have?  Maybe some BMX riding based on next week’s promo? Haha!  Overall, I can’t deny a full team moment the number one spot this week so this moment tops our countdown! 


Were you digging the 70’s themed episode or was it not your one of you favorites?  Do you want to see any more blast from the past episodes in the future? Join the discussion in the comments section below, tweet me @DenialLove or tweet us at @TwelfthPrecinct!  Follow me, I’ll follow you and we’ll have Castle fun! J


Xo Always ~DenialLove

All screencaps via Castle-fans.org

April 21, 2014

Law and Boarder: Sneak Peek 1

Law & Boarder: Promo

Law & Boarder: Canadian Promo

Season 6 Finale Spoilers

The season's penultimate episode once again delves into Beckett's mother's murder after a man Beckett was secretly surveilling winds up dead. And when the evidence links Beckett to the murder, she and Castle will both be the target of a dangerous manhunt. Fortunately, the finale, titled "For Better or Worse," holds the promise of a happy ending! But don't expect the couple to make it to their wedding without some serious speed bumps. For starters, Warehouse 13's Eddie McClintock guest-stars as a small-town hustler who shares a complicated past with Beckett. "Weddings can either go off without a hitch or they can be disastrous," creator Andrew W. Marlowe teases. "[But] people can end up together after the disaster. We still have a few tricks up our sleeve."

Source: TVGuide.com

That 70's Show: Wedding Prep Spoiler

Nicolette: All I want is an update on the Caskett wedding. Are we getting closer to walking down the aisle on Castle?
We're so close we can practically hear those wedding bells ring! One of the most important parts of a wedding (ya know, beside the bride the groom, the rings, the vows, etc.) are the flowers, of course! Luckily, in tonight's all-new episode "That '70s Show" Martha has taken it upon herself to be queen of the petals. Unfortunately her ideas—like an huge portrait of our beloved couple made entire out of flowers—are not exactly what Castle and Beckett had in mind for their big day.

Source: E!Online

Veritas: Press Release

“Veritas” -- A secret investigation conducted by Beckett related to her mother's murder goes awry when a man she has been surveilling is killed. When evidence links Beckett to the victim, she and Castle become the targets of a manhunt that puts both of them in grave danger, on “Castle” 

“Castle” stars Nathan Fillion as Richard Castle, Stana Katic as NYPD Detective Kate Beckett, Susan Sullivan as Martha Rodgers, Molly Quinn as Alexis Castle, Penny Johnson Jerald as NYPD Captain Victoria Gates, Tamala Jones as Medical Examiner Lanie Parish, Jon Huertas as NYPD Detective Javier Esposito, and Seamus Dever as NYPD Detective Kevin Ryan.

Guest Cast: Alex Fernandez as Capt. Marcus Donovan, David Gautreaux as Dr. Oliver Pressing, Tom Billett as Sergio, Chic Daniel as Thomas.

“Veritas” was written by Rob Hanning & Terence Paul Winter and directed by Rob Bowman.

That 70's Show: Sneak Peek 4

April 20, 2014

Castle 6x20 Interview with Seamus Dever

Castle 6.20 Interview with Seamus Dever

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Castle’s Seamus Dever gives us the dish on the groovy 70s themed episode coming up this Monday. It’s a hilarious, laugh out loud fun-fest with great twists and turns. A body shows up at a construction site and it becomes clear that this was a mob hit finally coming to the light. But the lead witness is stuck in the 1970s. Castle, king of wacky theories and plans, devises they should go with it to get the information they need. Dever teases us with the 70s scoop:

“We had so much fun on this episode. Of course it’s all dressing up. We had it a few times on the show, when we were in Elvis costumes [season 4’s Heartbreak Hotel] and the “Blue Butterfly” [also from season 4], when we were in 40s stuff. The crew gets a kick out of it. It gets infectious.”

Jon Polito, known for his work with the Coen brothers, guest stars on this episode as the former mobster who thinks it’s still the 70s. “He was just so much fun to work with, such a great character actor. Jon and I got to spend all this time with him. Which was a real gift.”

The quartet gets to get dressed up a bit, but Ryan and Esposito really take the cake. In a very amusing play on Starsky and Hutch, Jon Huertas and Seamus don amazing wigs for a majority of the episode. “It started as Starsky and Hutch and then it kinda became it’s own thing. Then it ended up looking more like Matthew McConaughey in True Detective! The hair and make up department did a great job.”

On whether wife (both on and off screen) Juliana Dever got to see him in his outrageous costume, Seamus said he sent her pictures from the set to cheer her up, as one of their dogs passed away during the episode. “She was our little sweetheart. It’s tough. You gotta keep going on, so you put on the wig and the mustache and put try to put smile on your face.”

A 70s episode of any show would be remiss to not have some dancing, and our crew gets to boogie. “A lot of people don’t know that I have a musical theater background and some show choir, so I pulled out a few old moves. And Jon’s got that in him too so we did a little coordinated move. I busted out one of my favorite show choir things towards the end.” And it is amazing!

What would Seamus say his favorite 70s slang was? “We kept adding little phrases, peppering the dialogue. “Can you dig it?” is probably my favorite. There’s an Isaac Hayes song called “Do Your Thing”, which I love, so “Do your thing, baby.” That’s one of my favorites, too.”

If there was one thing Seamus could bring back from the 70s, it would be the music. “Soul music, without a doubt. Bill Withers, Isaac Hayes… It’s some of my favorite music. I’d take all that music back and that’s all you’d hear on the radio.”

And Seamus’ three words to describe this episode? “My tight pants.”

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