Jon: I guess you’re not.

Seamus: I’ve seen ‘em. It took like an afternoon to watch all the episodes. (x)

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Swearing on set + Molly Quinn

 Season 1 vs. Season 6


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According to google… [insp]

"castle" + tumblr | inspired by: x

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And the plot thickens…

I’m so confused

well this is interesting, all depends on when they find Castle I guess mmm

I was thinking that a two-part-ish-type sequence might allow them to take the full first episode to resolve what happened to Castle and some of the second to wrap up that resolution, leaving a nice chunk of time in 7x02 to, you know, actually marry the leads.

I could see that as a distinct possibility, yes. It would allow for a nice 7x03 lighter/honeymoon episode written by the Creaseys, too.

"So it’s a two-parter?"

"No… no, not ‘no’"

"So that’s a yes."

"No, wait."

"Not yes?"

"Not not yes…"

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The reasons to love the British Royal family never end

It’s like they’re in a sitcom.

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Tatiana Maslany is directed to shoot a sequence which involves pistol whipping Rachel without her right hand because Kathryn’s arm will be edited in its place.

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So who is going to try to make out some words? 

I got bored and ran it through photoshop. You can’t make out much of anything as the photo quality is so low, but the top is definitely scene setting and it looks like (from the starting letters I can make out/the number of letters in a word) that the first lines for the season belong to Beckett, Espo and Ryan. 

But I’d hardly say any of that is a surprise.



In case anyone wants to zoom in and stare at blurry, vague B and E’s. You also get a nice view of the white out they used to keep us away from the really good stuff. Snort.

The very first scene starting with Beckett, Esposito, and Ryan makes a lot more send than someone claiming they can make out a conversation with Esposito. Also the white out isn’t covering up dialogue within the script but the writing on the cover that names things like the director and writer and such. If you look at Rob Kryker’s tweet, the white out is in the same place as the writing on Rob’s

guys you’re practically just like

What did you expect from us?

let’s be honest, we all tried to enhance the image and when we failed we decided to wait for the part of the fandom that has extraordinary photoshop skills. we literally walked away like


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