When ABC's Castle returns on Monday, Rick Castle's apartment is going to be bursting at the seams.
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As we first reported, the episode, titled "Significant Others," finds Castle (Nathan Fillion) in a pickle when his "deep-fried Twinkie" ex-wife Meredith (Scandal's Darby Stanchfield) winds up crashing at Casa Castle after her planned trip to Europe falls through because Alexis (Molly Quinn) has mono. As luck would have it, Beckett (Stana Katic) is also sleeping over while her place is being fumigated.
Can we say awkward? In any case, based on our exclusive first look at the episode below, Beckett is a little bit unsure about to handle the threat of Meredith...
Monday's episode of Castle poses a challenging question for its detectives: Is mystery writer Rick Castle capable of the murders usually reserved for the pages of his fiction?
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When Beckett (Stana Katic) & Co. begin investigating a ritualistic killing, all the evidence points to Castle (Nathan Fillion) as the killer. Although Beckett wants to give her new lover the benefit of the doubt, the facts become increasingly harder to ignore. "I think that Beckett's particularly sensitive now that she's in this relationship with him," creator Andrew W. Marlowe tells TVGuide.com....
Richard Castle is going to start 2013 with a full house!
Scandal's Darby Stanchfield will reprise her role as Castle's ex-wife Meredith in a January episode of ABC's Castle, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively. And much to the chagrin of Castle (Nathan Fillion), she'll make herself right at home...
There wasn't a Castle panel at Comic-Con this year, but that didn't stop self-proclaimed fangirl Molly Quinn (Alexis) from heading down to San Diego for the geek fest. And she couldn't contain her excitement over a new project that will endear her even more to future Con crowds: The 18-year-old actress is voicing the role of Supergirl in an upcoming animated project based on a popular DC Comics storyline.
In the Season 3 finale of ABC's Castle, Castle's boss died (R.I.P., Captain Montgomery!), he told his partner he loves her, and he almost put his own daughter in the line of fire. This guy is in need of some serious discipline! Enter Captain Victoria Gates (Penny Johnson Jerald), whose nickname, "Iron Gates," says it all. It seems that Castle (Nathan Fillion) is going to have a tough time being, well, Castle this season.
"She's not warm and...