You don't look deranged to me.

I'm just a dude that talks about Castle a lot.

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Let it be known that if your first complaint about Castle and Beckett is ‘they have no sex life’, I immediately stop taking you seriously.


For real. These characters and their kinky, handcuff wearing, naked picture taking, flexible, awkwardly loud enough for his mother to overhear, strip poker in the living room sex lives? Just because you don’t get to actively watch them roll around naked doesn’t mean they don’t have a sex life. It may not be portrayed to a particular viewer’s personal preferences, but it IS portrayed.


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btvs appreciation week • day four - favourite season, episode or season finale(s)
      ↪ "We saved the world. I say we party."

"Restless" is one of the finest hours of television I’ve ever seen. My love for it probably has a lot to do with my situation when I watched it, though. When I saw this, I WAS Xander. His dream spoke to me on a level that no piece of media has really ever done since.

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I mean, it is a haunted house.

I’m not scared, Castle.

No, no. You’re right, you’re right. I mean, the demon has tasted fresh blood, it’s thirst may not be slaked with just one victim.

You don’t need to do anything fancy, Castle. Just look her in the eyes, make those eyes big and say please. She’ll find it very, very difficult to say no to that…

His utter delight that she indulged him right after this is the best part of the scene!

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"There are some people  who are so much a part of us, they’ll be with us no matter what … Always"

Their word. Their promise.

I really appreciate that Beckett said it to Castle once. It changes it from an unacknowledged “as you wish” analog to an overtly acknowledged connection between them. (And yes, I know that it was said in S3 and she was with Josh at the time whatnot, but I stand by the statement).

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What is a flotation tank?

500 kg of Epsom salts are added to 1000 litres of water, creating a 30 cm deep solution, which is heated to 35.5 degrees C (skin temperature).

The temperature of the water means that once you are settled in the tank, it is virtually impossible to distinguish between parts of the body that are in contact with the water, and those that aren’t, in effect “fooling” the brain into believing that the person is floating in mid-air.



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