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While investigating the murder of a bridesmaid, Castle learns the bride is a former girlfriend (Alyssa Milano). Their reunion prompts his ex to have second thoughts about her impending marriage, and causes Beckett to question Castle's objectivity with the (more…)
A vacationing family return home to find a supposed squatter dead in their daughter's bed, and the ensuring murder probe unearths a million-dollar heist. Meanwhile, Castle tries to hide an article from Beckett that suggests the two are an item.
A popular former pro baseball player is murdered after traveling to Cuba on a goodwill mission. Meanwhile, Alexis' genealogy project has Castle thinking about the father he never knew. MLB manager Joe Torre appears as himself.
Beckett and Castle investigate the death of a big-name chef found frozen in a restaurant's kitchen. Meanwhile, Castle finds himself attracted to the restaurant's owner, who just happens to be an old friend of Beckett's. Rocco DiSpirito appears as himself.
Castle and Beckett hunt for a psychic's murderer while debating the validity of her profession. Then they receive a letter from the victim written the day of her death predicting her demise, but it could be the work of the killer.
Encoded evidence sparks Castle's imagination during the investigation into a bail bondsman's murder, but Beckett dismisses his wild theories. Meanwhile, Beckett's reunion with her ex-partner turns romantic, much to Castle's chagrin.
Castle posits time travel as a possible element in the murder of a mathematician shot by a 200-year-old bullet. A tricked-out DeLorean and a suspect in Victorian-era garb help support his theory, but a link to a secret society may explain everything.
An astrophysicist is found dead in her car, and the investigation leads Castle and Beckett to the possibility of an alien abduction. Meanwhile, a shady government agent (Lyle Lovett) tries to put an end to the pair's probe.
An investigation into a dockworker-turned-bar-owner's death leads Beckett and Castle to the city's underground tunnels, where they discover a Prohibition-era secret. The probe's focus on New York's bar history inspires Castle to open one.
Beckett and Castle tackle an upscale matchmaker's murder case, and they have company: the actress (Laura Prepon) cast as Nikki Heat, who wants a deeper grasp of her character. Her copycat image soon becomes too much for Beckett, but Castle likes it.
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Grey's Anatomy is obviously a big influence on Tay Tay