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Former soap opera star Antonio Sabato Jr. will guest-star on the upcoming sixth season, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively. He will play Ramon Russo, an actor best known for his role on the fictional '90s sitcom 2 Cool For School.
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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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On Monday's Castle, Detective Kevin Ryan will get a blast from his past.
When Castle (Nathan Fillion) and Beckett (Stana Katic) investigate a murder that leads back to an Irish crime family Ryan (Seamus Dever) once infiltrated as an undercover narcotics cop, he must step back into his old persona in order to bring the family down.
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Castle's Jon Huertas has been thrilled with the opportunity to take a closer look at his character, Detective Javier Esposito, during the ABC drama's fifth season.
Following a Christmas episode that highlighted Esposito's loneliness now that Detective Ryan (Seamus Dever) is married and his booty calls with Lanie (Tamala Jones) have become less frequent, last week's episode featured Esposito taking special interest in an at-risk youth and revealing his character's own troubled upbringing.
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"I thought it was an interesting story line," Huertas tells TVGuide.com. "[It was] something I felt I could relate to. It was nice to be able to show that sometimes someone can come into someone's life and be that instrument of guidance for them to do better. On our show, it's always the male-female type of relationship. So I was really excited that it wasn't about two people falling in love or playing with the idea of love."
That's not to say the issue of Esposito's love life won't be explored. In fact, Monday's episode (10/9c, ABC) finds Esposito taking more than a professional interest in a suspect...