YOU’RE one of Germany’s star players, you’ve just lost the final of Euro 2008 to Spain and you’ve got to face the cameras. What is the last thing you need? In Bastian Schweinsteiger’s case, it was the entire Spanish team crashing through the door doing the conga while singing “Viva Espana”!
Government is good.
Big Brother is watching you.
The State wants to take care of you.
north Korea scares me to death. the fact that a place like that still exists in modern day. those people are prisoners.
1984 is here and now
I’m stupidly happy that Miro is playing.
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Thought that too, except my take was that he would kill for Beckett to keep her safe (though he would die for her too). That he knows exactly what said showdown might mean for her, and it isn’t going to come to that, not if he can help it. That dark side of him that comes out, in his own words, when the people he loves are under threat…would love to see that side of Castle again.
this bit is the scariest bit of the entire episode
in that last gif, Castle’s eyes change. He becomes his protective self, the one we saw in Target/Hunt. It’s almost like he makes the decision, or realization, right there that he would die for Beckett and that might be a very high possibility.