Alexis - Hey
Castle - Hey... hey... I was just, trying on my Halloween costume
Alexis - What exactly are you supposed to be?
Castle - Space Cowboy
Alexis - Okay A: There are no cows in space. B: Didn't you wear that like five years ago?
Castle - So?
Alexis - So, don't you think you should move on?
Castle - I like it
He then wears said costume to a crime scene, where he gets equally odd looks from Detective Beckett. And then... the costume is gone and so is Mal. *sob*
Now, just to clarify, I was a Firefly fan from the very first episode. I watched it faithfully every single week until the Friday it just didn't show. I thought, oh, this must be one of those 'break' days the network does every now and again. So I tuned in the following week. Still no Firefly. And again the week after. At that point I had stomp my foot and curse the stupid idiots who saw fit to cancel the most awesome show ever. I couldn't believe it. I was extremely disappointed.
Two other times my husband and I took chances on new shows, and when both of them were canceled we simply gave up. We don't watch new shows now. What's the point? So we fall in love with characters and the story, only to tune in one day and find something else on in it's place. I don't watch shows now unless they've been on at least two seasons. Pushing Daisies was an exception. I'd heard it was canceled when my mom introduced me to it and I'd also heard they had fair warning and were able to create a 'closure' episode. Which was very nice. But again, that was a great show. If you like humor, magic, romance and crime solving, definitely check it out.
I'm currently addicted to Leverage and holding my breath they continue to hold the ratings for another season. Castle seems to be doing well, again, yay! I think every writer in the nation is watching it, which is why, LOL! Oh, plus all the rabid Firefly fans (we so love our Nathan). I'm going to try Justified next, since it's on its second season and seems to be doing well.
I remember reading an interview snippet about Nathan Fillion where he said he wished he had enough to buy the rights to Firefly, because he'd make an internet series out of it. Now that is a brilliant idea! And it had me thinking... why don't they? They could charge a fee for you to watch or, I'm sure, find plenty of sponsors for small commercial breaks. The e-industry is on the rise, both in publishing and music, why can't it be for TV too? I hope someone takes this suggestion of his seriously, I know a LOT of fans who would be forever grateful for the chance to see Firefly again, in all its awesome glory.
What show was canceled on you that nearly brought you to tears?