On the nature of guilt, blame and understanding. Beautiful parallel.
Now I’m pretty sure I’m onto something here. Marlowe never does anything without having a reason. I honestly think that this ‘homeless’ guy is actually Jerry Tyson. Not only does he bare a striking resemblance (this shot was actually really hard to get in the first place) to 3XK, but he is actually in the episode twice.
Same outfit, same cough, which I suspect he may have caught from his fall into the water when he ‘died’. The fact that he is there and watching, surveying every little move that they make is so him. He already said that he had spied on Castle and Beckett when they were ‘intimate’. How different is this?
I would love to hear people’s thoughts about this episode and also the recurring theme of the number 47.
Oh my Jesus, I think you may be onto something here.
You know, I did notice that guy at the beginning of the episode. I thought he would come back up later in the episode as a plot point, but never did. I definitely think it is plausible that that guy was Jerry Tyson.
This scene gave me absolute chills. I’m not sure the context, but I think it’s one of two things: either it’s a song that is intimate to Castle and Beckett (perhaps about Beckett’s mom and/or 3XK has been watching them in their home) or it’s 3XK’s way of saying ‘I’m back and ready to play.’ To be honest, it could represent both…
Seriously, Stana and Nathan played this beautifully. Beckett literally stops in her tracks the second the song starts to play. I actually got goosebumps when you see her have a physical, visceral response (3rd gif, although not as noticeable in gif form). And then she has this thousand yard stare (7th gif) and that’s when horror chills ran up my body. The ONLY time I’ve ever seen her with that expression was when she was shooting at 3XK on that bridge. Just wow.