Wow… That was quite the game last night, wasn’t it? That crazy 108-yard return for a touchdown? The 49ers rallying back, only to lose by so little? It was a very fun game to watch. But tonight, there’s no football. There’s just some great TV. So check out what we think you should be watching! 🙂
Jenny’s Choice #1
It’s been two weeks since the last new episode of Castle. I swear, I don’t know what I’m going to do come May when the season finale airs. Probably be a sobbing mess because I don’t want to miss the show over the summer! The last episode was kind of sad because the murder victim was killed simply because he was trying to do the right thing and turn his life around after finding out the woman he loved was pregnant with his child. The most touching part of the episode was at the very end, I think, when she and her father met up at the station to go home together. He had been one of the biggest protestors against her boyfriend, and even though he had just found out about her being the dead guy’s girlfriend & stuff, he was there to support her. It was sweet. We didn’t get a lot of Caskett moments, and it was even kind of a downer for fans of Esposito & Lanie because Espo spent his time flirting with & going out with the dead guy’s head of security. Hopefully we’ll see more of both couples (or couple & non-couple?) this week & in the rest of the season.
This should be a very good episode this week. The man who killed Beckett’s mother and tried to have Beckett herself killed is back, and this time, Beckett may have a legal reason to lock him up. I doubt it, but it would be nice to see that smug bastard behind bars, wouldn’t it?
On tonight’s episode, “Recoil,” while investigating the murder of a young woman, Castle and Beckett find evidence that links her death with Senator William H. Bracken (guest star Jack Coleman), the man responsible for Beckett’s mother’s murder. Determined to finally bring Bracken to justice, Beckett soon realizes that things are far more complicated than they seem. Michael Dorn also returns as Beckett’s therapist, Dr. Carter Burke.