C: I’ve been doing a lot of thinking about us. I’ve decided I want more. We both deserve more. And whatever you decide, Katherine Houghton Beckett… will you marry me?
B: Oh, my God! Oh, my God. You’re proposing.
C: Okay. You’re surprised.
B: Of course I’m surprised. I thought you were breaking up with me.
C: By offering you a ring?
B: Well, you just… you seemed so serious.
C: Yeah, of course I’m serious. This is the most serious thing I’ve ever done. Good. So that’s a “yes”?
B: No, wait.
B: No, no, no, not… not “no.”
C: So “yes”?
C: Not “yes”?
B: No. Not “not yes.” I… I…
C: You do know how this works, right?
B: There’s something that I have to tell you. I got the job.
C: In D.C.?
B: Castle, I love you. But this is my shot. And if I don’t do this, I’ll always regret it. Look, if this changes anything for you, if this changes the way that you feel…
C: Kate, I’m not proposing to you to keep you here or because I’m afraid I’m gonna lose you. I’m proposing because I can’t imagine my life without you. If that means when things get difficult, we have to figure them out, then I’m willing to figure them out, assuming you’re willing to figure them out with me.
B: Well, in that case, Richard Edgar Alexander Rodgers Castle, yes. Yes. I will marry you.