Castle (2009–2016)
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Get a Clue 

The team investigates the ritual murder of a woman. Symbols on the woman's body and the items left in her apartment seem reminiscent of The Da Vinci Code. Alexis and Pi have moved to their own apartment. Castle finds it hard to accept.

Director:

Holly Dale

Writers:

Andrew W. Marlowe (created by), Christine Roum
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Nathan Fillion ... Richard Castle
Stana Katic ... Kate Beckett
Susan Sullivan ... Martha Rodgers
Jon Huertas ... Javier Esposito
Seamus Dever ... Kevin Ryan
Tamala Jones ... Lanie Parish
Molly C. Quinn ... Alexis Castle
Penny Johnson Jerald ... Captain Victoria Gates (credit only)
Christopher Cousins ... Nolan Burns
James MacDonald ... Benjamin Wade
Erik Jensen ... Professor Jason Byford
Aaron Craven ... Henry Collins
Jeff Odachowski ... Kenny (Swordsman) (as Jeffrey Odachowski)
Daniel Edward Mora ... Silas Mora
Myko Olivier ... Pi
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Storyline

A woman was fatally stabbed with a colonial type of sword, apparently a ritual murder. She recently took a great, atypical interest in the occult, but that was just for a fund-raiser scavenger hunt organized by the professor chairman of the historical society. Security cameras recorded her being followed by an ex-con Franciscan to a church where clues abound to both mysteries, even tie in with her family's early history and lore concerning a real treasure. Written by KGF Vissers

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TV-PG | See all certifications »
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Details

Official Sites:

Alibi [United Kingdom]

Country:

USA

Language:

English | Latin

Release Date:

28 October 2013 (USA) See more »

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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Did You Know?

Trivia

When Beckett and Castle go back to the monastery, Castle puts his hand in the mouth of the secret door. As he does this, he screams in pain, as if something happened to his hand, before telling a shocked Beckett that he was "just kidding." This is a reference to a scene in the 1954 film Roman Holiday (1953) when Joe Bradley, played by Gregory Peck, surprises Princess Anne, played by Audrey Hepburn, in a similar way. See more »

Goofs

The actor tells Castle that the swords in the duel were props and could not hurt anyone. The foley work during the duel indicates the weapons are made of heavy steel which could hurt someone even if they were blunted. See more »

Quotes

[first lines]
Richard Castle: This is straight out of a slasher flick. Usually find murder victims at the end of hallways like these. I cannot believe Alexis lives here.
Martha Rodgers: Richard, Alexis and Pi have invited us for dinner. This is a big step for them, so let us not be judgmental.
Richard Castle: Fine.
Martha Rodgers: Besides,
[chuckles]
Martha Rodgers: remember that hovel you lived in in college?
Richard Castle: Yeah, only difference is I wasn't shacking up with Pi.
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Connections

References Firefly (2002) See more »

Soundtracks

Castle Theme Song
(uncredited)
Written by Robert Duncan
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Castle, please met National Treasure and Indiana Jones!
29 October 2013 | by OddelgSee all my reviews

This was yet another good episode. But still one of the adventurous ones. Not sure how much I like that.

Alexis has ignored her father's advice, and moved in with Pi in a shared apartment. Daughter and father does not come a long too good. I guess this will be resolved soon and they will be friends, but what about this week's case?

Caskett and Espo/Ryan are hunting down the killer of a woman who seems to be crucified. But with an early National Treasure-reference, we can kind of see where this is going.

(This has nothing with the plot of the episode to do, but if you have seen National Treasure 2 where they find the hole in the mountain and Cage takes his hand in and screams to trick the others, that exact same thing happens in this episode of Castle)

Well, I liked this. No full score from me since it is way too unrealistic with hidden stone-wall passages and etc. But overall a good plot/episode.


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