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They did it !!!!!

It is so frustrating to see how people are already assuming that the writers will have to write themselves out of where they stand right now in the storytelling. Everybody is reacting like they need to fix what they have written. Maybe there is a plan, maybe all of the things that felt off or not fully explained in the finale will get shed some light on it in the premiere. This is part 1 of 2, the writers most likely mapped out 701 when writing 623.
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writingonthecastlewalls:

creativitydoesnotexistinthisdojo:

writingonthecastlewalls:

Here’s one we got buried from Right after the finale. I have a few of these, and surprisingly several of them are quite supportive of the finale. I’ll be spacing stuff like this out over the next couple of weeks.

I think that’s absolutely true. I think we have half of the story right now, and we need to see how the story ends, to figure out how it all ties together. Potholes aside, I personally had a lot of fun with the finale.

Actually, this isn’t the first time I’ve seen that “fix it” reaction. That sort of thing happened a lot around the end of season five is well, and I think season six, at least for me really delivered on an excellent story. I don’t think they fixed anything that was broken, I think they just finished telling the story, and it ended up being a good one.

I’m really looking forward to seeing what season seven gives us myself!

If I may weigh in, I’m actually in the minority about the finale. After many heavy handed finales in the past and several serious episodes during S6, I though a light hearted funny finale was totally a great break in things and I enjoyed the WTF ending. I’m not saying it’s not without it’s faults and of course parts of it required you to take a leap in what logically might happen, but this is Castle. If you’re a fan, you’re already capable of believing those kind of leaps. I have a hard time with this because it’s fine to believe that C&B saved the world from world war, stopped dirty bombs, thwarted possible CIA conspiracies and alien abductions, but we cannot make ourselves believe that a young, reckless, grieving Beckett got totally wasted and got married in Vegas and didn’t understand what it meant? Don’t get me wrong, I’m totally a fan of Beckett and she’s by far my favorite character, but people do dumb stuff. Even really smart people I don’t think the finale really needs fixing nor do I understand the notion of that but I am excited for what the story evolvement can be. Sorry that was quite the rant.

Oh that’s true, although I do think it was before her mother’s murder because she was still at Stanford. (I believe it’s been confirmed BTS that the intent was she transferred right after the murder…)

But I like that piece of information as well. She’s still quite young, a little naïve about consequences, a little bit reckless because she’s never had to deal with the fallout of consequences, all those things. And then things happen, and she’s forced to grow quickly and leave that personality behind.

Hilarious.

Now we have the video to go with the photo !!!!!

Now we have the video to go with the photo !!!!!

Nathan fillion doodle from instagram

Nathan fillion doodle from instagram

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‘Castle’ Season 7 Spoilers: Nathan Fillion’s Character Suffers No Injury In Car Crash? Stana Katic’s Beckett Focuses On Writer’s Case

By Chill Harrison | August 07, 2014 09:07 PM EDT

Castle Season 7
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"Castle" season 7 spoilers revealed that Nathan Fillion’s character might survive the car crash unscathed, as Stana Katic’s Beckett will focus on the writer’s case.

Natalie Abrams of TVGuide revealed “Castle” season 7 spoilers when she said that it’s unlikely that Richard Castle would be severely injured by the car crash based on creator Andrew W. Marlowe’s earlier hints that the incident was far from being a “near-death experience.”

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"We’re not certain Castle was even seriously injured. But Castle will certainly need all his wits to piece together exactly what’s happened and why," she wrote

Showrunner David Amman teased “Castle” season 7 spoilers when he told TVGuide:

"There are going to be some unanswered questions and some really great mysteries that Castle himself is going to be investigating moving forward."

"Why does he do what does? Why is he interested in murder? What has gone on in his past? These are rich questions we haven’t really explored," he added.

David Amman also talked to GiveMeMyRemote and provided more “Castle” season 7 spoilers in relation to Stana Katic’s Beckett.

"She’s committed to getting to the bottom of what happened with Castle. That’s really her focus and her mission. She’s going to do that, and she’s going to take that as far as she can go to get answers. That’s what she’s focused on," he added.

But he assured that the mystery will only last for a few episodes, and will not in any way affect the “trajectory of Castle/Beckett relationship” because the producers know that they are very much in love.

The showrunner said, however, that they have a surprise for fans who might be disappointed that the big wedding did not materialize last season.

"We have something planned that we’re kind of excited about, and we hope that people come back and play along," he said.

Is “Castle” going to end its run after Season 7, as some rumors have reportedly indicated? The good-news answer is: Probably not.

Fortunately for “Castle” fans, it doesn’t sound like the end is in sight from the current Season 6. The show’s executive producer, Andrew Marlowe, even clarified this recently in an interview published by TVLine. It seems that some people who attended the recent Austin Film Festival believed that Marlowe had declared Season 7 of “Castle” to be its last.

That is not the case, as the producer clarified. “I never declared Season 7 as the final season,” Marlowe explained. “What I said is that there’s an organic ending to the show and the characters will tell me when that is. I listen to the characters, and there’s going to be a point where we’ve had the best storytelling that these characters can give us.”

Marlowe doesn’t think “Castle” is there yet, adding that the story could easily last as long as 10 or 12 seasons, if that’s what the fans and cast want.

http://www.zap2it.com/blogs/castle_rumors_is_season_7_the_final_one-2013-11

Marlowe doesn’t think “Castle” is there yet, adding that the story could easily last as long as 10 or 12 seasons, if that’s what the fans and cast want. 

(via imacrispian)

Is “Castle” going to end its run after Season 7, as some rumors have reportedly indicated? The good-news answer is: Probably not.

Fortunately for “Castle” fans, it doesn’t sound like the end is in sight from the current Season 6. The show’s executive producer, Andrew Marlowe, even clarified this recently in an interview published by TVLine. It seems that some people who attended the recent Austin Film Festival believed that Marlowe had declared Season 7 of “Castle” to be its last.

That is not the case, as the producer clarified. “I never declared Season 7 as the final season,” Marlowe explained. “What I said is that there’s an organic ending to the show and the characters will tell me when that is. I listen to the characters, and there’s going to be a point where we’ve had the best storytelling that these characters can give us.”

Marlowe doesn’t think “Castle” is there yet, adding that the story could easily last as long as 10 or 12 seasons, if that’s what the fans and cast want.

http://www.zap2it.com/blogs/castle_rumors_is_season_7_the_final_one-2013-11

Marlowe doesn’t think “Castle” is there yet, adding that the story could easily last as long as 10 or 12 seasons, if that’s what the fans and cast want. 

(via imacrispian)

riversnogs:

So why isn’t anyone else freaking out that Alan Tudyk kinda just accidentally said that this was the last season of Castle during the Conversation with Nathan Fillion for NerdHQ?!?? WHAT DOES HE KNOW THAT WE DON’T?!?

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