"Need to Know" wasn't as great as some made it out be. There were some great moments, yes. But once again, the plot fell victim to poor writing.
They're baaaaaaaaaack! "Resurrection" features the return of psycho killer duo of Dr. Kelly Nieman and Jerry Tyson. It was a highly dramatic episode that doesn't pull any punches.
"Dead Red" offers up at least one interesting character, Vasiliy. While it's unlikely he will return to the show, it would be nice seeing him show up again.
Castle and Beckett enter the world of extreme sports when they investigate the murder of a rising skateboarding star.
When Beckett is assigned to protect Erik Vaughn, a charming billionaire entrepreneur whose life is in danger, she’s forced to reflect on her relationship with Castle which has begun to plateau. Meanwhile, consumed with jealousy, Castle goes to extraordinary lengths to solve the case and separate the two of them.
"Kill Switch" had the makings of a good episode but failed in the execution. The episode was Esposito's "Always" moment where he realizes what's important in life. The problem is that the lack sufficient character development in both Epsosito and Lanie over the past several seasons, making the episode feel awkward.
Castle has meet its Jaws. And in retrospect, Jaws 2, 3, and 4 in the process. I would like say I was surprised by this but I’m not. “Sleeper” feels more like an attempt at sneaking in the Derrick Storm project than a Castle episode.
The day of Castle and Beckett's wedding has arrived but will their big day actually happen? Or will they be denied their moment of happiness?
In "Like Father, Like Daughter," Alexis seeks the help of her dad to clear a man who's just 72 hours way being executed.
Just ahead of the premiere, we have the recap for "Watershed."