"How come we're partners when we're chasing down bad guys but as soon as there is paperwork I'm on a solo mission?"
"Since when are we handling bank robberies?"
"I'll start with your boyfriend"
"Listen jackass, I do not control traffic so you are guna have to give me 20 minutes."
"You have one minute Kate"
"No, I've got 20, do you hear me? I've got 20. Because if you pull that trigger I will walk through those doors and personally put a bullet through your skull"
"I can't even believe you are keeping score"
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Castle might have ended the fifth season with our favorite couple in rocky waters, but the most surprising thing about this season might just have been how smooth the sailing has been for Castle and Beckett. In season five, Castle pulled the most shocking move a show built on a central will-they-won’t-they couple can: it put the main duo in a healthy, happy relationship.
And guess what? The show didn’t immediately implode! In fact, after four years of push and pull and a full season of Castle pining, putting the two crime solvers together opened up a vast amount of new narrative ground to explore.
The conventional wisdom, built on the back of the poor, maligned Bruce Willis dramedy Moonlighting, is that when you resolve the sexual tension the audience has no more reason to watch.
“What if the dance is all we have?” Beckett wondered about her relationship with Castle in the season finale. From a meta perspective, the show had already answered that question after a season proving that putting the two main characters together didn’t change the magic alchemy of the show’s foundation.
This is true. I believe that she had already declined the job before she met up with Castle. If you watch the part where she is walking up and sitting down on the swing the look in her eyes is one of pleased and it looks like she’s trying hard to keep her poker face and not to give a small smile. She knows that he’s going to be pleased she said no. Of course he gets in first.