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Andrew: It’s interesting watching the maturity that Beckett has in this. In other episodes she would have run out into traffic after this guy with blinders on and ended up running off a roof like she did in ‘Always’. But there’s a maturity to her in this, much more tactical, much more emotionally detached. She wants to take this guy down, but she wants to do it in a smart way. It’s part of her arc of growth.

David: She’s not really willing to throw her life away anymore. So it’s a simple and clear way to express that.

Rob: Look at the guy, the hand, decision time. Not gonna run off a roof anymore.

Andrew Marlowe, David Aman, Rob Bowman episode commentary

Castle crew on Twitter + episode commentary + describing Stana’s water scene in "In the belly of the beast"

Andrew: She did a lot of the stunt work here, Stana did. We had somebody in, but she wanted to do a lot of it.

Rob: I don’t think I used the double except when I couldn’t have Stana. So, Stana did every single shot that she was available to do, which I think was 95% of them. I couldn’t even tell you which shots aren’t Stana. I would just play along that every single one of them is.

Andrew Marlowe, Rob Bowman, David Aman episode commentary

Interviewer: How do you feel knowing that you’re the inspiration for a character like Kate Beckett? She’s a strong woman, working in a men’s job that has made her way in that world. What was your reaction when Andrew told you about creating a show like Castle?

Terri: Super flattered. I love the way I look through Andrew’s eyes. I am honored that he considers me his muse, AND, he is mine. When I read his pilot for Castle, I was blown away, and the most romantic part is, when the pilot got picked up, he told me he wanted us to make the show together. He says I bring the “sparks.” (x)

Andrew: It’s a tough scene (the interrogation room in 1x01 btwn Kate & Rick), because we’ re trying to establish both characters. We’re also trying to establish an element of antagonism, and sparks here. - Andrew Marlowe 1x01 Castle commentary

Andrew: You wanna make the entrance interesting, memorable…and somewhat, you know…ridiculous. I mean…look at these three people; she must be thinking: ” What the hell am I walking into?”

(…)

Stana: *smiling* It was great that moment.

Andrew Marlowe, Rob Bowman, Susan Sullivan, Stana Katic, Nathan Fillion, Molly Quinn, episode commentary

Fan: “I was just wondering if we were going to find out more about either Kate or Rick’s childhood? Are we going to see them as kids or teenagers?”
Nathan: “Ooh that’d be cool, like having a… Ooh what if we had an episode where we kind of go do a flashback, and like they’ve met once as kids, but don’t remember”
Marlowe: “That’d be fun”
Nathan: “Right? Pulling some pigtails on a playground… ‘Kate! Stop pulling my pigtails!’ “

Happy 5th anniversary Castle fandom!

"It would have been great."

"You have no idea."

Andrew: “Ah..this is subtext. “Do you have something that might make me feel better? Make me feel better”.”

Andrew Marlowe, Terri Edda Miller, Stana Katic, Nathan FIllion, episode commentary.

Andrew: Alright, she just wants to hold his hands.

Stana: Yeah, pretty much.

Andrew: Because she liiiiikes him.

(Andrew, Stana, Terri, and Nathan episode commentary)

"This is a really sweet moment because she’s accepting him back, but he’s saying “Look, if you really don’t want me here…” and it’s a nice little dance that they do. This is where they’re saying they like each other without saying they like each other. One of the reasons we wanted that line for Beckett “See you tomorrow” is that in the end of season two, in that episode, the last thing she says is “See you in the fall”, and it’s more with a question mark, and Castle says “See you in the fall”, but it really is unresolved, and now that things are back, things are normal, we’ve reestablished the relationship. "

(Andrew Marlowe, Rob Bowman, and Nathan Fillion episode commentary)

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Stana: Oh my Gosh…

*Stana laughing*

Marlowe: This is a subtle metaphor for what it means to work closely with one another, work closely together.

(Andrew Marlowe, Stana Katic, Terri Edda Miller, and Nathan Fillion episode commentary)

“Just really quickly, if you know me, and you guys - you know me, you know that I don’t like to learn anything. But despite my best efforts, I have learned in 100 episodes how much I rely - on how heavily I rely - on all of you. When people tell me, and they do, that they love this show I don’t think of the polished piece that we see on TV, I think about the hours we pull, the freezing outside, the laughs, hanging out, and being here. And I appreciate you all, and I look forward to coming to work and being with you all, all the time. Thank you very much.”

- Nathan Fillion speech to the cast and crew of Castle during the party for the 100th episode

(Source: stanacatic, via federalheat)

Andrew: “Everybody does a great job, but, you know, special kudos to Stana because (…) she’s really driving in; she has a big work load,and she always comes prepared, so…”

“a writer and his muse fighting crime. just like us.”
Interviewer: How do you feel knowing that you’re the inspiration for a character like Kate Beckett? She’s a strong woman working in a man’s job, who has made her way in that world. What was your reaction when Andrew told you about creating a show like “Castle?”
Terri: Super flattered. I love the way I look through Andrew’s eyes. I am honored that he considers me his muse, and he is mine. When I read his pilot for “Castle,” I was blown away. And the most romantic part was, when the pilot got picked up, he told me he wanted us to make the show together. He says I bring the “sparks.” (x)

(Source: stanacatic, via katicmagic)

In the Hampton’s episode Beckett seems to eat in every scene…

"Sometimes I’m just hungry, okay? We’re doing the scene over lunch and I haven’t eaten lunch so… "I’m just gonna eat in this scene okay?". And Rob’s like "no, don’t eat in this scene" and I’m like "Rob it’s real, it’s natural”. And then Andrew came to me one day and said “Can you just stop eating in the scenes?” And I said, “you know what, Brad Pitt eats in every movie, in every one for the last ten years, it’s real acting!”