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Castle Season Finale Adds Eddie McClintock For Better Or Worse

7 April 2014 3:37 AM, PDT

 

When you think of season finales, what’s the first thing that jumps into your mind? For me, it’s setting the stakes to their highest possible point. Now, a series, especially one like Castle, can do that in a number of ways depending on what kind of finale it’s building toward. Considering Castle’s marriage proposal to Beckett in the season premiere, it is likely Season 6 is building toward a wedding finale, a classic staple of the medium. Whenever there’s a marriage involving one or more main characters, you can practically guarantee it will come at the end of the season. Already the stakes are high, but not high enough. Let’s use Eddie McClintock as a wrench to throw into the works.

According to TVLine, McClinstock, who stars in Warehouse 13, will appear in the Season 6 finale, airing May 12. He’ll be playing Rogan O’Leary, »

- Brody Gibson

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Could Supernatural Be Planning To Reap Lindsey Mckea?

7 April 2014 3:36 AM, PDT

I got chills up and down my spine when I read what was posted on Lindsey Mckeon’s Twitter feed. I’m all for Supernatural characters returning, but I feel like the long-running CW series has almost exhausted itself of likable characters to continue bringing back. Remember when Kevin died earlier this season? That death meant nothing to me because he was never someone I enjoyed seeing. On the other hand, Lindsey’s role as Tessa the Reaper has been one I’ve appreciated since her very first appearance in the Season 2 opener “In My Time Of Dying.” So when I heard Mckea was reprising her role, I was immediately worried about her fate.

What got me worried was how Mckeon said on Twitter: “Off to Vancouver to reprise my beloved role as #TessaTheReaper @CW_SPN Stay tuned, you will all be very excited…” What’s with the dot dot dot? »

- Brody Gibson

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May The Fourth Be With The Big Bang Theory’s Star Wars Special

7 April 2014 3:35 AM, PDT

I can only imagine the amount of disappoint, if not outrage, I will cause by the end of this article. I don’t make it a habit to disguise my dislike for The Big Bang Theory. I get why it’s popular and have known myself to laugh once in a blue moon when I catch it on reruns, but usually I can’t stand the show. But what I’m less inclined to admit is that I don’t particularly enjoy Star Wars either. Now, when I say that I don’t mean just the Star Wars shows and movies in the last couple of decades – I don’t even like the original trilogy. So it is with great discomfort that I report on Big Bang Theory’s plans to do a special episode in honor of Star Wars Day.

I’m sure you all know that May 4 (May the fourth be with you! »

- Brody Gibson

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