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Nikki Heat 

An actress playing Nikki Heat shadows Castle and Beckett on the death of a matchmaker. Meanwhile, Ryan plans on proposing to Jenny.

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Martha Rodgers
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Captain Roy Montgomery
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Alexis Castle (as Molly Quinn)
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Lanie Parish (credit only)
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Scott Donner
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Bill Wellington
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Julie Taylor
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Castle's doubts about method actress Natalie Rhodes playing the title lead in the movie version of his Niki Heat novel "Heat Wave" are laughed away by Becket, which changes after the star joins the team to observe and spookily-well imitates Becket's every way and even her ridiculously expensive taste come in handy. The team's current case is the murder of match-maker Stacy, in whose home a fortune in cash is found, so on top of theatrically dumped ex Brad Williams, her recent clients, their targets and her P.I. Duke Jones, must pass muster. Written by KGF Vissers - Daniel Marjos

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3 January 2011 (USA)  »

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Goofs

Detective Esposito pronounces the word "primer" with a long "i" sound. When used to refer to a beginning textbook, the word is pronounced with a short "i" and rhymes with "glimmer". See more »

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Natalie Rhodes: Can I ask you a question?
Kate Beckett: Sure.
Natalie Rhodes: Is Castle gay?
[Beckett spit takes her coffee in surprise]
Kate Beckett: I'm sorry, what? No. No.
Natalie Rhodes: Then you two are an item, but you're... sworn to secrecy, right?
Kate Beckett: No, we are not an item. Why?
Natalie Rhodes: Last night, I invited him back to my place, and he said something to me I have never from a man before.
Kate Beckett: What?
Natalie Rhodes: "No."
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Written by Robert Duncan
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