The dead body of a rock star on the rise is discovered staged in a scene from her popular music video. Beckett and Castle's subsequent murder probe involves obsessed fans and envious bandmates, but it's the lyrics from a song that break open the case.
A bike messenger is murdered en route to delivering evidence that could free a man from prison. The case is linked to a murder Capt. Montgomery probed 10 years ago, and a prominent New York family's secrets figure into the investigation.
A man's body is discovered in an apartment building's garbage chute, and two women surface to identify the deceased---his wife and his fiancée. Castle and Beckett's investigation uncovers the man's complex double life. DB Woodside guest stars.
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.
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.
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- Premiered: March 9, 2009
- Rating: TV-PG
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- Premise: A murder-mystery writer and a homicide detective team up to solve unusual crimes in New York City, and their professional relationship soon crosses the line into romance. (more)
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