How do you jog the memory of a former mobster to find who killed his boss? You make like it's 1978 and boogie. Castle and Beckett done polyester and laced up the platform shoes to solve a murder mystery.
When an immigrant is found tortured and murdered in a ritualistic killing, Beckett navigates the uncharted territory of the mysterious Vodun religion with Castle leading the way. Having researched similar deaths for one of his books, Castle’s knowledge and sources prove valuable, but only their apt teamwork can unravel the murderer’s motives.
While investigating the murder of a young woman, Castle and Beckett find evidence that links her death with Senator William H. Bracken (guest star Jack Coleman returns), the man responsible for Beckett’s mother’s murder. Determined to finally bring Bracken to justice, Beckett soon realizes that things are far more complicated than they seem.
When Castle is on its game, nothing is akin to it, with or without seven years of daily grind. It is different, so different that the television gods who determine the slots in which programs fit don’t really have a pigeonhole for this one. Good.
"The Greater God" — The death of a Wall Street puts the team on a collision course with Gates' sister.
A guilt-ridden woman confesses to a murder, but contradictory evidence and a second confession complicate the case.
It's important to remember show history when thinking about the upcoming season. Getting pulled and sucked into the pre-season looks and teases often lead to disappointments because these new and bold directions peter out after a few episodes.
In "Limelight", a rising young pop star is found dead in an alley, Castle and Beckett delve into the victim’s out-of-control hard-partying lifestyle, but as they dig deeper, a shocking revelation threatens to rock their investigation.
ABC has released a screener of the April 21 episode of 'Castle.' In the first of the final four episodes of season six, Castle and Beckett must replicate the 1970s to solve a murder.
Castle and Beckett must act like it's 1978 when the only witness to a murder believes it's still the 1970s in more ways than one. Watch clips from the April 21 episode of "Castle."