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Valkyrie 

Castle and Beckett are engaged. Beckett starts FBI training in Washington D.C. and is assigned to a case. Someone broke into a secured building and may have stolen codes. Castle flies to ... See full summary »

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
... Richard Castle
... Kate Beckett
... Martha Rodgers
... Javier Esposito
... Kevin Ryan
... Lanie Parish
... Alexis Castle (as Molly Quinn)
... Captain Victoria Gates (credit only)
... Rachel McCord
... Chief Carl Villante
... Matt Hendricks
... Jeanette Miller
... Tory Ellis
... Jack Bronson
... Leather Jacket
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Castle and Beckett are engaged. Beckett starts FBI training in Washington D.C. and is assigned to a case. Someone broke into a secured building and may have stolen codes. Castle flies to D.C. and is exposed to a deadly toxin. The code theft was a diversion. Written by Bernie

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23 September 2013 (USA)  »

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When Castle is telling Ryan and Esposito about being abducted, Esposito dismisses "Valkyrie" as a military term. Although there's no military use in the United States, arguably the most famous military use of the word was in Germany during World War II; Operation Valkyrie was an emergency plan for a continuity of government that several high-ranking members of the Nazi Party used in the July 20 attempt to assassinate Adolf Hitler and negotiate a truce with the Allies. See more »

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[first lines]
Kate Beckett: Oh, my... God! Oh, my God! You're proposing!
Richard Castle: Okay. You're surprised.
Kate Beckett: Of course I'm surprised! I thought you were breaking up with me!
Richard Castle: By offering you a ring?
Kate Beckett: Well, you just- You seemed so serious!
Richard Castle: Yeah, of course I'm serious. This is the most serious thing I've ever done.
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References Get Smart (1965) See more »

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Written by Robert Duncan
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