Castle (2009–2016)
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The Good, the Bad & the Baby 

A man dies inside a church, protecting a baby. The team has to find the guy's killer and the baby's parents. The man is connected to a crime, but he protecting the baby does not fit a criminal character.

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Miranda Vail
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Walter Dennis
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Jimmy Wolfinsky
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Roman Valanciaga
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Sandra Whitman
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Dean Seahorn
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Lissa Ducane (as Christie Ann Burson)
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Storyline

A bleeding man stumbles into a church, but just before dying, he hands a mysterious bundle to the priest. When the bundle turns out to be a smiling baby boy, Castle and Beckett find themselves accidental nannies to the newborn. But when they determine the baby and the victim were not related. Written by Anonymouse

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25 November 2013 (USA)  »

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Trivia

When Castle and Beckett are taking care of Cosmo at the loft and he spits up on Castle, the spit-up is actually cream of mushroom soup. See more »

Goofs

Several times while Castle is bouncing Cosmo, he and Beckett do not properly support the "baby's" head, yet it stays perfectly upright. In addition, the baby is a different size than the doll. See more »

Quotes

Richard Castle: I gotta say, when I volunteered to take Cosmo, I... I thought I was doing it for his benefit, but... I realized I was doing it more for mine. I... when Alexis was little, Meredith really... wasn't around, so I did it all on my own. And when you said you weren't a baby person...
Kate Beckett: Okay, okay, I get it. You were thinking that...
Richard Castle: Yeah.
Kate Beckett: Okay, well, I'll tell you what: when the time comes, there's no way I'm gonna let you take care of our baby on your own.
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References The Horse Whisperer (1998) See more »

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Castle Theme Song
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Written by Robert Duncan
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