Castle: Season 5, Episode 5

Probable Cause (29 Oct. 2012)

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After insurance broker Lloyd Kurtzman's employee Tessa is murdered at home, evidence piles up, all pointing at Castle, who denies knowing her, let alone having had an affair. Although none ... See full summary »

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After insurance broker Lloyd Kurtzman's employee Tessa is murdered at home, evidence piles up, all pointing at Castle, who denies knowing her, let alone having had an affair. Although none of the team can believe him guilty, they must arrest the sole suspect. Only then, vindictive serial killer Jerry Tyson manifests himself, promising Castle won't survive jail, which call for a radical solution. Written by KGF Vissers

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The name on the badge Jerry Tyson's (3XK) badge when he threatens Castle in the precinct is J. Rook. Jameson Rook is the name of the fictional character based on Richard Castle's character in the Nikki Heat books. See more »

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When Castle & Kate are talking in the precinct as Castle hands Kate a cup of coffee, it is clear she is holding the mug by the handle. As soon as the camera changes, she is seen holding it by the bottom. See more »

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Kevin Ryan: Tech just finished with Castle's computer. Parts of it had been wiped, just like Tessa's.
Kate Beckett: Were they able to recover anything?
Javier Esposito: They found a file that he had deleted. It was a story concept about how to commit the perfect murder.
Kevin Ryan: Beckett, the character gets away with it by staging a crime scene so bizarre the cops can't see he's hiding right under their noses.
Javier Esposito: It was like a dry run on paper, all the way down to the weird symbol we found on the victim's forehead.
Kevin Ryan: They found something else on his ...
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Just when you thought it couldn't get any better
30 October 2012 | by See all my reviews

Aside from the great character development of this series, this time I have to hand it to John Terlesky and his directing. This episode began rather slowly and I found myself thinking, for the first time, the series was really starting to get old and predictable. Then it happened, Great directing, acting, and story telling that keeps you plastered to the tube! This has got to be one of the very best episodes. I loved the series Firefly and followed Nathan Fillion to Castle, albeit 2 years after it premiered. Obviously, I wasn't expecting that same magic. I am happy to say that this series really invests in the characters. In turn, you can't help but find yourself investing in them too. If you are new to Castle, I highly recommend that you start watching from the beginning and catch up. You will not be disappointed!


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