Castle is hired to uncover whether a client's husband is having an affair, but the case takes a shocking turn when Castle witnesses the client's murder - by her husband. But with no proof ... See full summary »

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Martha Rodgers (credit only)
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Alexis Castle (credit only)
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Captain Victoria Gates (credit only)
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Cole Whitfield
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Aubrey Haskins
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Robert James
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Castle is hired to uncover whether a client's husband is having an affair, but the case takes a shocking turn when Castle witnesses the client's murder - by her husband. But with no proof that the killing took place, Castle and Beckett must investigate to expose the truth. Written by ABC

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Kevin Ryan: Wait, we're looking into Scott Galloway now? Why?
Javier Esposito: Thought everything pointed to Cole Whitfield being the killer.
Kate Beckett: It does.
Kevin Ryan: So you believe this theory of Castle's?
Kate Beckett: I believe that he's been right too many times not to consider it.
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Referenced in Castle: Witness for the Prosecution (2016) See more »

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Magnificent episode
5 February 2015 | by (Bucharest, Romania) – See all my reviews

This is, by far, the greatest episode of Season 7, the only one so far, in this whole show, that makes me wish IMDb would let us give 11 points out of ten. First of all, it is the story. The real life writer who typed the lines for this episode did an amazing job: the idea of poetic justice, after all this years, Becket's line that summarizes the whole episode when the real killer is caught, saying that the murderous lawyer wanted justice for one murder and ended up committing two of her own, it was all perfect. The background funny story of Esposito's fake account on the dating sites is fun as well. Nathan is doing, as usually, a great job at playing Castle, and his eyebrow bending when he was listening to Cole at that cafeteria made me smile, and so did Ryan with his pun "black widow - black widower" (a very Castle-like moment similar to the ones he keeps having since Rick is gone). The only thing I do not understand, ever since Castle and Beckett are together, is why they don't use their first names when they talk about their better half? why does she still call him Castle and why is he still calling her Beckett? Anyway, this was one of the best episodes not just in the 7th season, but in the entire show. But I still want Castle back in the team to solve cases like in the good old days!


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