Pretty girl, thinks she can leap tall buildings in a single bound and carries the weight of the world on her shoulders.
Kate Beckett in leather jacket appreciation post
(…) Another clue seems to lie in the producer’s sun-streamed office, where an elaborate illustration of the characters making their way toward a bed that includes the words “Don’t wait until it’s too late to say I love you” is on prominent display. Turns out Katic created the marker-board art during a recent conversation with Marlowe.“I was trying to understand the story, and I needed a visual aid” the actress says with a laugh. “I don’t know why he kept it, though. That should have been erased!”
I’ve been doing a lot of thinking about us. About our relationship, what we have, where we’re headed. I’ve decided I want more. — 5.24, “Watershed”