Recap: In the Belly of the Beast

Beckett must use her wits to stay alive when she goes up against a powerful foe in "The Belly of the Beast."

Recap: Private Eye Caramba

This was a "take it or leave it" episode. It wasn't nearly as good as "Castle, P.I." but it was still better than the first half of the season (thus far).

Recap: Time Will Tell

A suspect (Joshua Gomez) in a grisly murder claims he has traveled back in time to prevent terrible events from unfolding.

Recap: I, Witness

The episode is better than "Private, Eye Caramba" but not nearly as good as "Castle, P.I." Unlike the previous episodes this season, this is the first episode I rewatched for the fun of it. And I felt better about it the second time around.

Recap: Valkyrie

Castle returns with a change of city and jobs for Kate Beckett. After saying "yes," Beckett moved to D.C. where her job with the AG's office isn't going as well as she hoped.

Recap: The Squab and the Quail

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.

Recap: Number One Fan

In "Number One Fan" Castle negotiates with a troubled murder suspect who claims she's innocent.

Recap: Montreal

In the second episode, Castle and Beckett are struggling to find there way back after Castle's return. This episode while slightly better than than "Driven," still leaves a lot of open questions, something that could drive casual viewers away from the show because they have no idea what's going on.

Summer: After the Storm

Season 5 picks up on the proverbial morning after, with Castle and Beckett facing new questions — Was this a one-time fling, or are they now a couple?

Recap: A Murder is Forever

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.

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