Castle: Season 4, Episode 14

The Blue Butterfly (6 Feb. 2012)

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Castle senses a detective mystery manuscript found in the effects of a murdered modern-day treasure hunter is the key trough the jewel at stake, a blue diamonds-composed blue butterfly necklace. As the team works out the story situated in 1947 in the same now derelict music club, then Mahattan's place to be, involving murder, gangsters and theft, they work out the true parts and identities of culprits and victims. Written by KGF Vissers

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Chad Everett was battling lung cancer while filming what would be his last screen appearance. He died six months after this episode aired. See more »

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The song "Istanbul (Not Constantinople)" that is playing is from 1953, and was not around in 1947 when the episode was set. See more »

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Kevin Ryan: The boss wants to see you boyo.
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Fan Favorite Episode #1
3 November 2013 | by (Kurunegala, Srilanka) – See all my reviews

This felt like it was a tribute the uber-faithful fans who kept the show going during its turbulent first 2 yrs..until "Still" came along in S5. I've watched my share of black & white 50's & 60's movies as my grandpa was a movie director of sorts & hence his movie craze kind of rubbed off me, and I've got to say that for a TV procedural with one of the lowest budgets on ABC, Castle got everything pretty much spot on, from the accents to the props to those fantastic dresses that Kate & Lanie wore. Excellent plot, superb acting. And even better was the love story unfolding. Stana was just drop dead gorgeous in that blue dress! And THAT kiss at the end..the Castle fandom literally exploded! Kudos to Tamala Jones..who knew she has such great pipes? She should sing more often.


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