Don't know if this one has been posted. In Flowers for Your Grave, at the end after Kate cuffs Tisdale, Rick tells her the safety of the gun was on and she shoves him back against the fence saying he could have told her, he says 'where's the fun in that' with a chuckle and a lighthearted tone. Take us to season two with Tick, Tick, Tick and with that phone call from Dunn, Kate asks him where he is. His reply in a creepy and serious voice....'where's the fun in that', thus, mirroring Rick in the premier.
Makes me really think my idea that Rick and Dunn are two sides of the same coin has something to it. Rick, raised by a great and good lady and who was inspired by the macabre but kept on the good and lighted path, ends up as he is. A mystery writer with a great heart. Dunn, possibly not from the best upbringing or not coached to stay on the lighted path, follows the dark way and becomes a writer of dark stories that he carries out. Rick and Dunn, one and the same, but then again not. They, in effect, are heads and tails of the same coin, yin and yang in mentality and moral disposition, opposites, yet similar. They are a balance in a way. Potentially Rick could have been Dunn and vice versa.
Thus, the mirror in lines.
And then 3XK Tyson adds to the creepiness in Probable Cause saying Dunn's line as he's talking to Castle, who's locked in the cell. Now if that doesn't make your hair stand on end in that scene besides the whole scene itself, I don't know what would.
Post by Kastlefan301 on Feb 1, 2013 13:39:15 GMT -5
Is is weird that I remember the new, more prescription type food that the vet gave me for my hyperthyroid cat, by associating it with Castle? Perhaps, but Purina NF to support kidney health is easy to remember the letters....NF for Nathan Fillion.
So, ummm..I don't usually consider myself super OCD....BUT....I had this dream last night.....of Kate and Rick..IN THEIR MATCHING FLANNEL PAJAMAS....no they weren't doing anything steamy (yet) but just having a cozy, nuzzly, huggy kind of thing......
(<-- that's me in my flannel jammies, in case you didn't get that)
So, I was watching the 2003 film, "Mona Lisa Smile" last night. Julia Roberts plays an art history teacher at the prestigious Wellesley College. At one point, she and her class are waiting for an unveiling of a new painting, and as it's unveiled, they stand mesmerized.
In Knockdown, Castle is able to stop one sniper(Lockwood) from shooting Beckett, but isn't able to prevent the other(Maddoux) from doing the same in Knockout.
In "Law and Murder", when Castle and Beckett are talking with Montgomery at the end, Castle says how the D.A will only be remembered for the one mistake he made and not for all the good he has done, which mirrors what we learn about Montgomery in "Knockout". Montgomery walks away from them, knowing that sooner or later his biggest mistake as a cop will be found out as well.
"You know what I thought when I first met you? That you were a mystery I was never going to solve. Even now, after spending all this time with you, I'm still amazed at the depth of your strength and your heart... and your hotness".
C'mon... the call back to Poof, "I do this one thing...with ice cubes..." that was oh, so obviously going to be lived out in Scared to Death....
And what episode was it where Castle, Beckett and the guys were in the bullpen trying to figure out a murder, and having their usual playful banter, and Castle asks them if they set up a fake murder for him, or something to that effect...? Gosh, feel like my OCD meter is down a bit.... but yeah, I'm sure there was an episode where Castle said something like that. And not the episode where he said that he wanted to be the one to write a perfect murder. That's another episode.
I would have to watch The Lives of Others again, but I am CERTAIN that mirrors abound in that episode!