Castle: Season 2, Episode 4

Fool Me Once... (12 Oct. 2009)

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When an Arctic explorer is killed during a polar expedition, the mysterious circumstances of his death take Castle and Beckett from the penthouses of Park Avenue to the halls of the CIA. ... See full summary »

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When an Arctic explorer is killed during a polar expedition, the mysterious circumstances of his death take Castle and Beckett from the penthouses of Park Avenue to the halls of the CIA. But Castle's delight at the case's many twists and turns soon turns to frustration as he realizes that their elusive killer might just be fooling them all. Written by ABC Publicity

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Beckett is shown reading an advance copy of "Heat Wave". In reality the book was released on September 29, 2009, with an unknown author using the name "Richard Castle". The author's notes are written in-character and authors James Patterson and Stephen J. Cannell, who appear in the series, wrote promotional blurbs as though Castle were a real fellow author. "Heat Wave" debuted at #26 on the New York Times bestseller list. See more »

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Neat episode in the "Castle" series...
12 October 2009 | by (U.S.A.) – See all my reviews

Brisk, entertaining and well written episode of CASTLE has NATHAN FILLION as the mystery writer working side by side with a woman detective, STANA KATIC, to solve the mysterious death of an actor supposedly telecasting from the Arctic in a video presentation for school kids.

I've only seen a couple of these CASTLE episodes, but this one is especially well done. Nathan Fillion and Stana Katic have good chemistry together. He's a cocky author strutting his stuff with humor and charm and she's always confronting him as a sort of nemesis. He suspects that she's really fond of him and catches her on the sly reading his latest book.

The humor is applied with a light touch that makes all of the characters seem believable. MOLLY QUINN is especially good as his smart, stubborn daughter who sometimes has a more adult viewpoint than he does. TYLER HOECHLIN, as her music teacher, was the boy from ROAD TO PERDITION who gave such a good performance in that film as Tom Hanks' young son.

Intelligent scripts with lots of sly humor make it an appealing show to watch.


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