So I opened USA Today this morning, and lo and behold! On the Life/Weekend section's front page, there is a huge picture of Beckett and Castle! The article is about DVR-ing only the TV shows that are "essentials".. and Castle is one of them!!
Here's the blurb:
Castle. In a sea of procedurals, none has been more enjoyable this season than Castle, which seems to have landed on one of those sweet spots where everything clicks. The plots have been interesting, with enough twists to keep you involved without so many as to lose you or leave you feeling cheated. The romantic tension between Castle and Beckett has been palpable without overwhelming the show. And the banter has been clever without becoming intrusive. (Castle on his s'mores omelet creation: "It's kind of like David Hasselhoff. First you're repulsed, the strangely drawn in.")
Much of the credit goes to the charming star, Nathan Fillion, who has created one of the most appealing characters (and best fathers) on TV. But this Castle is more than just its king: The whole cast sparkles, from work to home.