Castle (2009–2016)
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When a woman who looks very similar to Lanie is murdered, the team thinks the killer may be targeting members of the 12th precinct.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Martha Rodgers (credit only)
Javier Esposito / Daniel Santos
Lanie Parish / Pam Hodges
Alexis Castle (credit only)
Carl Matthews
Calvin Hodges
Dr. Ian Fuller
Theresa (as Marta McGonagle)
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Separately, a man and first a woman are torturous strangled with steel fishing wire, the bodies made to resemble Esposito viz. Lanie well before. They have no apparent connnection, except to a soon disappearing plastic surgeon, and all of them to Florida, as goes for the next bodies. By the time Castle realizes the whole MO fits only a serial killer presumed dead, he has already executed his plan in the precinct. Written by KGF Vissers

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18 November 2013 (USA)  »

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16:9 HD
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Did You Know?


"We'll Meet Again", the song that Dr. Neiman leaves for Castle and Beckett, is perhaps most well-known for its use at the end of Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb (1964) when the nuclear bomb detonates. See more »


As Beckett and Castle are visiting the Plastic Surgeon, it is plainly daytime through the office windows. However, Beckett then receives a phone call from Detective Ryan who is starting a raid on a private boat, but his scene is taking place at night. Then it cuts backs to Beckett in conversation still in the daytime. See more »


[discovering Dr. Neiman knew 3XK, Caskett, Ryan, and Esposito arrive at her office to find it cleared out]
Kevin Ryan: Damn it!
Javier Esposito: Well, this explains why you couldn't reach her. She bolted.
Kevin Ryan: And if Tyson's in this, he did, too.
Richard Castle: It seems like only yesterday this place was a thriving medical practice. Ah! It was yesterday.
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Featured in Castle: Resurrection (2015) See more »


Castle Theme Song
Written by Robert Duncan
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17 December 2013 | by (All over the world) – See all my reviews

This is my first review of a TV show, ever! So, in my humble opinion, this was one of the best, so far.

The show is always highly-entertaining; especially, the chemistry between the characters. This particular episode was very well thought out. It included an amplified, dark and macabre element; while remaining appropriate, to the show's essence (maybe, a slight push of the envelope). The possibility of a previous character's involvement and the tactics used, leave the door open for interesting story lines, down the road (won't elaborate with any spoilers). Though, I enjoy every episode of this show, this particular episode included a perfect concoction of: terrific acting, creative writing, mystery, chemistry, history, and consistency (sorry about the cheesy alliteration). The sub-text, present in almost all the episodes this season, about where Castle's and Beckett's relationship is heading, is also quite prevalent in this episode.

Hope you enjoy the episode; I know I did. :)

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