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Discussion in 'Now Playing - TV Show Talk' started by milo99, Sep 24, 2013.
And Esposito & Ryan join the FBI?
Nah, this has to end, and soon.
Is the Cuddy character a guest role or has she joined the cast? I didn't notice the credits.
They need to wrap up this FBI crap, and wrap it up quick or I'm done!
She's not necessarily FBI. She's a "federal agent". I don't think they ever actually said where she is working, just some elite kind of group.
However, Castle not being able to mind his own business makes him seem extremely immature. I understand his nosiness, but having him deliberately ignoring her request not to look at classified documents and telling all sorts of people about it is just stupid. And Ryan and Espo asking about it when he said he couldn't talk about it, pushing for more info seems slightly out of character as well.
I'm going to guess that they're going to let him help 'investigate' since he's about to die, allowing them to keep the show in character. My prediction is that they'll have Kate decide that she really likes working with Castle, rather than the feds, and ask for her old job back. She'll realize that she loves Castle and that playing Fed keeps her from spending time with him after almost losing him.
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she works for the attorney general. they talked about that last season...
as for Castle's nosiness, while annoying, it's totally within his character. he's done that countless times over the years
funny you say this because i was just thinking earlier that the entire season 5 was them trying to keep it a secret because if anyone found out, they wouldn't be able to work together any more, and that was a big deal to them. So it would make sense from a story standpoint that they get back to that, as you theorize, since it was such a big deal to them before.
At some point will Beckett say, "And yonder lies the faddah of my Castle"?
(Good luck with THAT reference.)
Heh, I can see where you got that from, but no, it's from:
the movie line that is often attributed to Tony Curtis, but was never actually uttered by him -- "Yondah lies the castle of my faddah."