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.
When Beckett and Castle are ambushed while talking to a witness, they are forced to on the run to avoid the mobsters after their witness.
When a famed relationship therapist is murdered, it appears that her access to the secrets of her elite and powerful clients led to her death.
In "Get a Clue," Castle and Beckett investigatin the ritualistic murder of an accountant and learn there's more than meets the eye to her death.
In “Dressed to Kill,” a young woman’s murder sends Castle and Beckett into the world of cutthroat world of high-end fashion.
“The Nose” is one of those episodes that has potential and makes a good selling point at the very end. Stephanie Weir (MadTV) guest stars as a witness with a unique ability: a keen sense of smell that makes her a recluse in life but learns something in the end.
The strong start to the season continues with the exciting conclusion to "Valkyrie." The episode picks up immediately with Beckett telling Castle the bad news about being infected with the deadly toxin.
"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.
A special recap of "Kill Shot."
Castle and Beckett enter the world of extreme sports when they investigate the murder of a rising skateboarding star.