I suffer from extreme psychological attachments to fictional characters, and am self-diagnosed with Obsessive Castle Disorder. I spend too many hours crying over Stana Katic & Nathan Fillion's inexorable chemistry. And I use "omfg" way too much.
so i’m cleaning out my room and i found this little gem of poetry i wrote when i was maybe 9:
“I can’t watch T.V.”
7:34, my life is a bore, I can’t watch T.V., but in front of it is where, I want to be. I’ve taken my shower, and I’m squeaky clean, I would watch T.V., but my mom is so mean. I’ve eaten dinner, and had dessert, and I’m about to go to bed, in my brand-new, pajama shirt. TV, TV, how I love TV, TV, TV, is what I want to see. Bed time it is, and that’s where I’ll go, I’ll write more tomarrow, after my show.
Andrew Marlowe and the Castle writers, getting foreshadowing right since 2009: “Think of foreshadowing as setup. The best foreshadowing is subtle and is woven into the story; often in multiple ways. In this fashion, foreshadowing helps build tension and gives resonance and power to the story.”