Yes I think she is an excellent actress and I’d like to say that this character is an homage to my mother who just passed away in December. Not to make this sad, because she had a fabulous life, but like Martha, she was an inspiration, intent on staying in the game, just wanting to be alive and play a significant part of things which I think is one of the great impulses that actors have, to bring life to others and find the life within themselves
KATE: We can still make the play.
CASTLE: Really? So you wanna venture into the dark, scary woods.
KATE: Don’t worry, Castle. I got a gun. I’ll protect you from the big bad wolf.
CASTLE: You’d use your gun on my mother…? (beat) I’m touched. Thank you.
MARTHA: An even greater role came my way. Perhaps the greatest role that I have ever played. That of mother.
KATE: (to Castle) That’s sweet!
CASTLE: You’re right, that is sweet.
MARTHA: Now, if Richard had only been able to embrace the role of son with the same level of commitment…
CASTLE: Aaaaand into the woods we go.
I invited Beckett tomorrow night, so you might want to make a date out of it.
T is for true love.
Would you willing to break her out of prison? Because that, my boy, is true love.
Nothing like a hypothetical prison term to let you know who your friends really are.
Don’t worry, Castle. I’d get you out.
…With people who care about you.
2x11 // 2x18 // 3x14 - Martha, the shipper.
(Let’s pretend the 4x07 incident didn’t happen, haha)
Perception is reality. The truth won’t matter.
Castle, 4.12 — “Dial M For Mayor”