Castle: Season 4, Episode 23

Always (7 May 2012)

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The murder of a Latino army veteran ex-con, ex-Lobos-street gang member quickly links to a break-in in the late captain's home, to steal only and all his old police files, and yields the ... See full summary »

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The murder of a Latino army veteran ex-con, ex-Lobos-street gang member quickly links to a break-in in the late captain's home, to steal only and all his old police files, and yields the fingerprints of the sniper who nearly killed Becket. Castle realizes continuing the investigation will draw him back and probably cost her life by squashing his deal with deep throat. Her refusal to back down causes a break up with Castle, and Gates suspends both her and Esposito for continuing an unauthorized investigation in a case assigned to another NYPD team. Now Becket commits romantically. Written by KGF Vissers

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The high school name that is on the podium is Marlowe, a nod to the series creator. See more »

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When Castle gets a call from the 12th Precinct his phone has no service, yet he is still getting the call. See more »

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Richard Castle: Either this is the most boring dream I've ever had or you can't sleep either.
Alexis Castle: It's not a dream. More like a nightmare.
Richard Castle: Is this about your valedictorian speech?
Alexis Castle: It's my change to say something important. Something worthy. I don't want to blow it but I feel like I have nothing to say.
Richard Castle: You mean nothing compared to the great scared texts of mankind, or...
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Richard Castle: Winston Churchill's speech to Harrow's or Steve Job's address to Stanford. You know, maybe you pick some speeches a little less ...
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One Of The Best Season Finales I Have Ever Seen!
8 May 2012 | by (India) – See all my reviews

********CONTAINS SPOILERS********* Whoooaaaaa!!! What an episode! In Hindi Film parlance, this had all the ingredients of what is called a "Masala" Script. But it had one attributes which made everything come together seamlessly- FINESSE. Although the final (rather, finally) coming together of Castle and Beckett was expected, the architecture of the whole episode leading to the climax was excellent. The scene where Castle finally expresses his feelings is undoubtedly the finest scene of Nathan Fillion in the entire series. He expresses a gamut of emotions - love, fear, anger and finally detachment with such ease, that his simplicity just blows you away. The scenes between Esposito and Ryan have also been done well. A special mention should be made for the climax sequence. The speech of Alexis, the music montage, the mixture of feelings flowing around- Ah! What Mastery!!!! I have seen quite a few season finales..... and this stands up there with the best. Hope the next season is the final one..... As it is said... Endings are inevitable.


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