You’d think a wedding would be cause for celebration, but as anyone who’s planned one knows, it’s drama, drama, drama 'til the couple says “I do”!
The upcoming Castle wedding — which takes place in the first episode of 2012 — is no different.
In an exclusive interview with Wetpaint Entertainment, Castle creator and exec producer Andrew Marlowe tells us there’s an unexpected bump in the road for Kevin Ryan (Seamus Dever) and Jenny Duffy O’Malley (Dever’s real-life wife, Juliana Dever) as they head to the altar.
“I don’t see any reason why the Ryan/Jenny wedding wouldn’t take place … except for a revelation that we might find out in the middle of episode 11,” Marlowe teases. “But they’re good kids. I’m sure they’ll figure out how to deal with that.”
Hope so! And guess who else is dealing with some wedding frustration? Javier Esposito (Jon Huertas) who failed to put a ring on Lanie Parish (Tamala Jones) earlier in the season and may live to regret it.
“Lanie and Esposito are in a complicated relationship right now, and I think every step we take is affecting it,” he says.
“You’ll see some of that in episode 11 where Esposito has found out that Lanie has RSVPd to the wedding plus one. Who’s that plus one? And what does that mean for Esposito? And how does he react to that? It will be fun to watch.”
But it’s Rick Castle (Nathan Fillion) and Kate Beckett's (Stana Katic) reaction to the upcoming nuptials that we’re most curious about. Will the wedding inspire the twosome to finally take the next step?
“I think it helps them reflect on where they are in life, and where they think they should be in life,” Marlowe reveals. “It certainly brings up all those issues.”
Want to find out what Andrew Marlowe thinks about the future of Caskett? Stay tuned next week for more exclusive details!