A kiss between beckett, and castle...
Monday 10:00 PM on ABCBetween Seasons
Whenare beckett and castle gonna be together. You can tell that they like each other,all you need is a romantic kiss to back that up.....to see if they have chemistry between each other...
|Don't hold your breath. When sexual tension is one of the primary elements of a show's electricity (like it is on Castle), the writers won't let those characters get together for fear of ruining the formula that's been successful. You can bet that Castle and Beckett will eventually end up together as a couple, but that won't be until the very last season of the show.|
Exactly. Just look at 'Bones' for an example. We didn't get a kiss until season 3 (and that was part of a bet/deal with another character and it occurred under mistletoe) and the characters still haven't gotten together (we have 8 episodes left in season 5 right now).
Just because the viewers think they look like a couple doesn't mean the writers have to put them together. There are entire heated debates about which characters should get together with other shows. I'm with the other person, it'll be the series finale before they actually become a couple. There's something keeping Beckett from acknowledging or acting upon her feelings. That's got to get resolved, then we'd start seeing stuff happening. Castle seems to be kind of aware he has feelings for her. After this season finishes, I wouldn't be surprised if he realizes he loves her. Assuming things go the way I think they will to start into season 3. Then we'll have to see some kind of epiphany moment for Beckett where she is confronted with her true feelings.
|But what very last season of the show,because they do look very cute together already eveyone in my family that watches castle even says they should have kissed and been a couple already...|
Yes, all the fans *know* they should be a couple, and it's that energy between them that's one of the primary reasons we keep tuning in. That's a lot of why the show is fun. Let them get together finally, and the dynamic will change completely, the show will no longer be fun. There's a reason why fairy tales end with "and they lived happily ever after," because after that, the story isn't nearly as interesting anymore. Ever heard of the term "jumping the shark"? It refers to the moment that the entire audience becomes painfully aware the writers of a TV show are completely out of fresh ideas, and then the ratings go in the toilet as people stop tuning in. Well one of the classic "jumping the shark" moments is when "they" finally get together as a couple. Take a look at Lois and Clark: The New Adventures of Superman; that show did pretty well as long as Lois didn't know Clark's identity and they never fully admitted their attraction to each other. In the last season, she found out, they admitted their love, and got married - the show was cancelled mid-season, not even the prospect of Lois being pregneant with Clark's super-baby could save it. It was no longer fun. That's the main show I can think of that tried to milk it beyond their characters being a couple, most of the others I'm familar with avoided letting their characters get together until the last episode of the last season.
|I agree that they'll keep Beckett and Castle apart as long as possible but I don't think it's a jumping the shark moment when they do. Jumping the Shark was coined when it literally happened on Happy Days when Fonzie jumped over a shark on water skies. It was such a nonsensical moment that it jarred you out of the show's reality.|
You're welcome to learn all about shark jumping in the Wikipedia article on it. You'll note in the list of "common methods," two are "wedding" and "they did it", both dealing with destroying the sexual tension that was at the center of a show's success by letting the characters in question get together.
I still think that avoiding the destruction of sexual tension between leads when it's a part of a show's driving force is more of a fear of the Moonlighing Curse than a Jumping the Shark moment unless you consider the Moonlighting Curse a type of Jumping the Shark Moment.
No,i don't want show off the air castle is my and my families favorite favoriteshow on abc,i just want all my family members that live with me and the ones that just come over my house to watch castle everytime to stop say do you think they make a real cute couple. yes i think they do but yet i would like them to stop asking me that,i might have to watch the show in my room by myse now....