It's happened, folks -- after four long seasons of "will they or won't they" sexual tension, Rick Castle (Nathan Fillion) and Det. Kate Beckett (Stana Katic) finally acted on their urges and wound up in bed together during the "Castle" Season 4 finale. While legions of Caskett 'shippers perfect their victory dances, creator Andrew Marlowe opens up to Zap2it about the couple's long journey together.
really a nicely passionate scene," Marlowe says of the moment Castle
and Becket finally get together. "It's a scene of recognition on both
their parts, recognizing the journey that they've been through. We end
almost on that note, with a promise to the audience that let's see what
happens when they wake up the next day and what this relationship looks
No, he won't skip over the good part of the relationship,
where Castle and Beckett are learning how to function as a couple. "I
think that with a relationship like this and these two
characters, how hard earned the relationship is, a lot of people
are going to want to see how it goes and what the two of them look
like in a relationship, and we think it's going to be a lot of fun."
some fans might've gotten frustrated after Castle revealed his love for
Beckett and they still didn't get together, Marlowe says he hopes
they'll look back on the season as a whole and realize the writers were
heading toward this ending the entire time.
"Yeah, it was absolutely the plan, from actually two thirds of the way
through Season 3 when when we knew we were going to end it with
Montgomery getting shot and killed and Beckett getting shot, and the
revelation of Castle's 'I love you.' We had that long before we ended the
season," he explains. "I knew that we could sustain about a season
once the 'I love you' was out there, so it was always to have arrived at
this place. And you know, I think the fans that have been frustrated by
what we've done this year will look back at the year differently once
they know that our two guys got together. Just because it was always the
plan from the beginning."
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