Continuing our run through of Castle’s first season during the Summer hiatus, we tackle “Hedge Fund Homeboys”, the fourth episode. Yes, fourth. We don’t care what IMDB has been telling you!
00:03:44 – During the Summer hiatus, some of the cast members are working on film projects and theater productions. Visit castletv.net to get tickets for the various plays going on this season.
00:10:53 – Castletv.net also now has an Ask Castle Video Series, wherein you can watch members of the cast and crew answer questions submitted by fans.
00:11:55 – Executive Producer, Laurie Zaks announced via Twitter that Castle will have a panel at the San Diego Comic Con, on Sunday, July 25th at 10:30am to 11:30am. All of the cast and some of the crew are expected to attend.
00:13:16 – Castle has received a couple nominations for separate categories in Television Without Pity’s Tubey Awards.
00:13:55 – TV.com‘s Now Awards has also nominated Castle & Beckett for Best Crime-Solving Duo.
00:14:24 – Season Three of Castle is set to premiere on September 20th, 2010!
00:15:15 – 1×04, “Hedge Fund Homeboys”.
00:21:38 – John and Heidi share their thoughts on the episode, with some surprising revelations about the plot and overall pacing.
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00:37:19 – Laura, Jesse and Alex each write in with their opinions on the episode, leading to a discussion about Alexis and relating to her almost Saint-like personality.
00:51:44 – Heidi asks (challenges) the listeners to weigh in via twitter and email with their pick for favorite supporting character. Alexis already has one vote from John, and in other news, water is wet.
00:53:51 – iTunes user, ~yodamyers~ , writes up a highly favorable review for the podcast, but is then revealed to be Heidi’s BFF, which may or may not have skewed their perspective.
00:59:18 – “He Never Showed” by Robert Duncan.
01:00:23 – The next episode to be discussed is 1×05, “A Chill Goes Through Her Veins”. Let us know your thoughts on the podcast and the show proper by calling the voice mail line at 478-227-4328 (HEAT). Be sure to include your name and what city you’re calling from. We’ll play it on the show. Thanks!
Music for this podcast courtesy of Emmy-nominated, series composer, Robert Duncan. Used with permission.