For the first time on Castle, Beckett will lose control.
As a sniper rampages through New York, Beckett (Stana Katic) will be faced with memories of being in the cross hairs of a sniper and taking a bullet to the chest in the Season 3 finale. "It's the first time that she is not on top of her game," Katic tells TVGuide.com of Beckett's reaction to the new case. "It's the first time she's in a space of pure fear, and it's unusual for her and she doesn't know how to handle it."
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Andrea has come a long way from the grief-stricken woman who lost her sister in the first season of The Walking Dead. Now the lone survivor of her family, Andrea (Laurie Holden) has used her mourning period to transform into a gun-toting survivor, and also one of the most badass women on Dead — though it came at the price of almost losing Daryl.
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"Andrea was finally given a gun, and was so excited to prove to the group, and to herself, that she's an asset, and she blew it on such a massive level and hates herself for it," Holden says of Andrea mistaking Daryl (Norman Reedus) for a walker and nearly blowing his head off. "You'll see in the next few episodes that she...
Beckett will finally be forced to face her PTSD head-on in Monday's episode of Castle.
When a sniper begins taking out New York City citizens at random, Beckett (Stana Katic) will begin to relive her own experience of being shot by a sniper in the Season 3 finale. As the case heats up, she'll become more unstable, forcing her to confront her "lost" memories after the shooting.
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Check out this first look at Monday's episode to find out just how far down the rabbit hole Beckett will go:
Angel alum Amy Acker has landed a guest-role on NBC's Grimm, TVLine.com reports.
Acker, 34, will portray an everyday housewife who suffers from rapid aging. The cure:
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It's the second Tuesday in November, and The Big Bang Theory cast descends on Stage 25 of the Warner Bros. lot in Burbank, Calif., for a live taping of the episode "The Flaming Spittoon Acquisition," which will air just nine days later on Thursday, Nov. 17 (8/7c on CBS). "There's no time anymore," executive producer Chuck Lorre notes of the quick turnaround. A lot goes into filming Bang on such short notice, so TVGuide.com hit the set to gather behind-the-scenes intel on one of the geekiest shows on TV:
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NATALIE: As you might expect on an episode about Amelia's intervention, her brother Derek Shepherd will make an appearance! It won't mean things go smoothly though, as Amelia will turn the tables on her friends by exploiting their faults — Addison's inability to have a child, Pete's recent heart attack — causing two of the bunch to have very Izzie-like reactions.
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