Castle (2009–2016)
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Hell to Pay 

Castle thinks the Antichrist may be involved in the death of an axe-wielding, psychiatric inmate who drops dead in the P.I. office.



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Martha Rodgers
Dr. Roth Martin
Dave Holmby


Castle and Kate must postpone naked Twister to investigate the death of mental asylum detainee Gabriel Shaw, who arrived in Castle's PI office carrying the ax he was fatally slashed with. Shaw, who believes in a divine mission to stop the Antichrist, was probably after the Angels Dagger which Castle discovers in his predecessor Kramer's secret vault. Castle fears a demonic threat while the team looks into the asylum, the missing orderly on whose watch Shaw escaped, tycoon Victor Crowne whom Shaw tried to murder, Kramer's widow and Oscar von Eckland, heir to another Antichrist-fighter. Written by KGF Vissers

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9 May 2016 (USA)  »

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The season's highest-rated episode since "Castle: Cool Boys (2015)". See more »


[first lines]
Alexis Castle: [seeing the pouring rain] Mm. No sign of it letting up.
Hayley Shipton: Just gonna have to be late. Frankly, I'm in no rush to leave this party, thanks to your father's excellent taste in Scotch and daughters.
Alexis Castle: Oh, the man knows his stuff.
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References Freddy vs. Jason (2003) See more »

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The Evil has Castle on its sights

In these last episodes of the series, "Castle" has embraced the silliness that gave the show its special flavor and amped it up twofold. In the last episodes Castle has gone a little bit crazy believing in anything, from djinns to superpowers. In this one, he decides to believe in the Antichrist. It is all very silly, a little bit too much for any mystery to be believable, but at the same time quite funny too.

A person that was in a psychiatric house runs away and dies in Castle's P.I. office, not before saying some random words in Latin. The group will try to find the killer, and all seems to point to some supernatural force.

The show keeps the humor and the fun going, and even though there is almost no mystery, it still keeps being a Castle episode. It is nice to see the actors all having screen time and doing a decent job even though, knowing the series is coming to an end, it is curious there is no plot or character development before the finale.

Still, it is a good enough episode to enjoy before the series ends.

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