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CASTLE - "The Blame Game" - Castle is captured and forced to work with strangers to solve deranged puzzles and mind games, while Beckett and the 12th Precinct must race against time to rescue Castle and catch a killer, on "Castle," MONDAY, FEBRUARY 22 (10:01-11:00 p.m. EST) on the ABC Television Network. Amy Robach ("GMA") guest stars as Lila Campo, a TV news producer. (ABC/Richard Cartwright) NATHAN FILLION, STANA KATIC
(ABC/Richard Cartwright)

“The Blame Game” – Castle is captured and forced to work with strangers to solve deranged puzzles and mind games, while Beckett and the 12th Precinct must race against time to rescue Castle and catch a killer.

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Ratings information for “The Blame Game”

Castle improved upon last week’s series to hit the seasonal average with 1.1. Viewers also ticked up a notch to 5.475 million viewers. It’s the most viewers since returning Feb. 8.

In Live+3 data, the Feb. 8 episode grew to a 1.7 (1.1) and 8.550 (5.718) million viewers. The special Feb. 14 episode grew to 1.4 (.8) and 6.858 (4.190) million viewers.

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  1. 12 episodes in and they finally got it right. Castle was the old think out of the box smart Castle and Beckett was the strong bad ass cop, and the two of them solved the crime and worked together in the locked room with the bad guy. One complaint is that after disarming the bad guy it was their time to hug NOT Alexis. NOT there and NOT at that moment Please stop trying to make her his wife. It’s creeeepy!

  2. First of all, ABC could not even get the synopsis for this episode correct. Beckett does not “race against time to save” Castle. Have to admit I found it hard to follow as well. It was all over the place, from Alexis knowing where Beckett was supposed to be (and that she wasn’t), to Castle actually believing Stephen King would be in a building like that, to Castle leaving a loaded gun around in that situation. I am so over Alexis and Hayley, get rid of their screen time and give it to Caskett. Let the Boys be the successful detectives they once were. I really thought things were back on track with Dead Red. Guess I was wrong.

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