"In this scene what we were hoping to find was something that showed a different side of Beckett. A more extreme side of Beckett. You know, somebody who’s felt powerless and has had to hold it together for the person that she cares about, and now gets her chance to explode. ~ Marlowe
"It makes no sense for her to kick the door in, the guy who lives there is dead. But it just seemed that for Beckett, who kicked the chair over out of frustration and you know, some justification because of the lady’s behavior, but kicking the door in was just another expression of how she actually can’t do anything to really help Castle, nor stand in front of him and protect him from flying bullets. ~ Bowman
"My fellow artists and students of life, thank you for letting me be here tonight"