Rick Castle (Nathan Fillion) faces an emotional milestone on the Oct. 28 episode of ABC's Castle when his daughter, Alexis (Molly Quinn), moves out of his loft and into her own apartment — with her boyfriend, Pi (Myko Olivier). "Castle does not respond well at all," says Quinn. "He's angry about it because he knows how [he himself has treated] women, but he's not the kind of parent who can say no."
With Alexis and Pi sharing a futon, the implication is that little Alexis — gasp! — has lost her virginity. Quinn refuses to let her mind go there. "I'm still pretending that's not the case, but it is the reality," she says. "I've heard that a romantic scene may be coming up."
No wishy-washy "maybe" or "Give me time" from Kate Beckett. In the September 23 premiere of ABC's Castle, the detective (Stana Katic) will give Richard Castle (Nathan Fillion) a definitive response to his marriage proposal.
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It's going to be a rough couple of episodes for Rick Castle.
First Look: Castle finds his father... but loses his daughter?
On Monday's episode of Castle (10/9c, ABC), the first of a two-parter, the mystery writer-turned-NYPD consultant will be challenged like never before. After a mysterious hit-and-run murder leads Castle (Nathan Fillion) and Beckett (Stana Katic) to uncover the kidnapping of a wealthy young heiress, Castle realizes his daughter Alexis (Molly Quinn) has also been taken.
What is Alexis' connection to the case? And what do the kidnappers want? Those are both questions Castle can't answer alone. Enter FBI Agent Harris (guest star Dylan Walsh), an even-keeled investigator...
Who knew? Barbra Streisand is such a fan of Castle (and is pals with one of the producers) that she persuaded husband James Brolin to appear on the ABC crime drama. He plays the long-lost father of Rick Castle (Nathan Fillion) in the...
Matt Bomer is going up, up and away — into the world of animation. The mild-mannered White Collar star has landed the lead in the upcoming movie Superman: Unbound. Coming this spring to DVD, Blu-ray and On Demand, the film features an all-star cast, including Fringe's John Noble as the world-destroying alien Brainiac and Castle costars Stana Katic and Molly Quinn as Superman's girlfriend, Lois Lane, and cousin, Kara (aka Supergirl), respectively.