Andrew Marlowe: Castle and Beckett end up being accidental nannies. If I’m the fan and I’ve been watching this show, I know a lot about Rick and Kate, but I don’t really know how they feel about more kids. Does Castle want more? And for Beckett, somebody who has been pursuing her career and her job so doggedly, I’m sure it’s crossed her mind theoretically - ‘Oh, sure. I’ll have kids someday.’ - but someday’s coming up. We get to see Castle and Beckett playing house and taking a big step forward in their relationship.
YES, YES SHE DOES.
"People think it’s killing that I like, but murder’s just an act. It’s all about the anticipation, the planning - watching you and your daughter taking a walk, you and Beckett making love, standing in your living room - being inside your life, knowing that I’m gonna take it all away from you. That’s what I like.”
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Andrew Marlowe and the Castle writers, getting foreshadowing right since 2009: “Think of foreshadowing as setup. The best foreshadowing is subtle and is woven into the story; often in multiple ways. In this fashion, foreshadowing helps build tension and gives resonance and power to the story.”
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