When a priceless work of art is stolen and its transporter murdered, Castle and Beckett must work with the key witness to track down the painting and sniff out the killer.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Mia Laszlo
Liam Hollister
Graham Fletcher
Freddy Stark
Hawthorne Carter
Tom Gilliam


A transporter is murdered to steal a priceless Van Gogh, insured by Shipton's company. Castle wriggles into the NYPD investigation by finding how to use the unwilling only witness Mia Laszlo's "hyperosmia" (pathologically-extreme smell sensitivity). The plot thickens as there is a counterfeit involved, and an obsessive family inheritance factor. Meanwhile Esposito makes sergeant, but Ryan failed the exam and accidentally keeps hurting his partner, who suspects mean jealousy. Written by KGF Vissers

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When Beckett bumps into Castle at the precinct, and uncomfortably brings up the topic of picking up her belongings from the loft, she mentions she was planning on calling him about said favor, to which he replies "Here I am, roguishly handsome and at your service". In previous episodes, he's always called himself "ruggedly handsome". See more »


Kate Beckett: I'm Captain Beckett. Thank you so much for coming in, Ms. Laszlo.
Mia Laszlo: Let's just get this over with.
Kate Beckett: Uh, so, what do you remember about the murder this morning?
Mia Laszlo: Not much. I heard two gunshots, and then a guy with a ski mask got on the elevator with me. I thought he was gonna kill me, but he didn't.
Kate Beckett: Mm-hmm.
Mia Laszlo: Instead, he got off at the ground level. I called 911 and left. Can I go home now?
Kate Beckett: Uh, no.
Mia Laszlo: Why not?
Kate Beckett: Because I'm not done asking you questions just... yet.
Mia Laszlo: [Beckett notices her recoil] Do you ...
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A Nice Change Of Pace
20 October 2015 | by (Turkey) – See all my reviews

This episode felt like it focused a bit more on Esposito and Ryan as the two have a dispute of their own, As Espo passes the sergeant exam and Ryan doesn't. To be honest, It was the funniest episode this season and it was a nice change, As it felt like all we have seen this season is doom and gloom.

Castle is at it again, as he is determined to win back his wife. It feels like the writers are really pushing this, I mean it's like there in a limbo not broken up, But not together, It's frustrating, I hope they don't make this last till the end of the season. It was nice to see Martha being appreciated, She's one of the aspects of the show that we don't get to relish as much as we should. Ever since the fight, It's like Martha has been absent, Wouldn't Castle need his Mother's support? We all know how much she cares for him.

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