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Join as we welcome guest star Gregory Zarian ~ he played Scott Galloway on "I, Witness". If time permits, we will also discuss the episode.
Episode synopsis: Castle is hired to uncover if a client’s husband is having an affair, but the case takes a shocking turn when Castle witnesses the client’s murder – by her husband. But with no proof that THE KILLING took place, Castle and Beckett must investigate to expose the truth, on “Castle,” MONDAY, FEBRUARY 2 (10:01-11:00 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network.
Guest Cast: Brianna Brown as Eva Whitfield, Ivan Sergei as Cole Whitfield, Gregory Zarian as Scott Galloway, Audrey Marie Anderson as Aubrey Haskins.
“I, Witness” was written by Terence Paul Winter & Amanda Johns and directed by Tom Wright.
in Rock Music
Tonight, tune in for a one of a kind story about a young man given a devilish agenda, band name, 2 albums, full songs, and how he overcame the temptations of the flesh. Anime was HEAVILY involved, most of it is BLATANTLY Illuminati/Masonic! They they throw up the devil horns, the 666 signs and triangle over the eyes for a reason, and it is VEILED by being so KAWAII!!!!!! They know you don't know what it means. Do you know about Nyanners AKA Taylor Terpstra? Anime is not so subtle with its pedophilic/lolicon programming, and it is no different from the homosexual programming in the media NOW making it the "new normal." Ever notice how girl-on-girl heavy most anime is? Taylor is leading her subscribers to hell, she even admits she's a "neo-pagan 2000 year old WITCH who smells!" I LOVE Rock & Roll! Not that perversion of it with all those satanic rock stars, the REAL Rock and Roll; Psalm 18:2 "The Lord is my rock and my fortress, and my deliverer, My God, and my strength, in whom I will trust; my buckler, and the horn of my salvation, [and] my high tower." Yah is our true ROCK and we all have a ROLE to play here on Earth, and all who ROLL with Yahushuah get eternal life. Tune in this Friday the 13th for a show you'll never forget.
FONTS and now NAPS! #Castle has created a whole new set of "double meaning" words to go along with watching this FUN Dramatic television show. IF you watched last night's episode, you'll likely smile when you hear someone say "Caskett is napping". If you haven't, stop what you're doing right now and watch it now ~ you won't regret it. "I, Witness" was directed by Tom Wright and written by Terence Paul Winter and Amanda Johns. If you are on twitter, be sure to send them tweets of continued encouragement.
Here are tonight's questions by Elena for our STR Round Table Discussion:
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“Kill Switch” -- When subway passengers, including Detective Esposito, are taken hostage by a mysterious gunman, Castle, Beckett and the team must uncover the gunman's agenda before it's too late, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 24 (10:01- 11:00 p.m., ET).
“Last Action Hero”
Getting back to the lighter side of the show, Amann described episode nine as “the death of an Expendable. It’s the death of an aging action star.” And because Castle loves aging action stars, “it happens to also be a guy who’s a childhood hero of Castle’s, so he’s very invested in the case,” Amann said. “He was part of a movie that was being made that’s sort of an Expendables-type movie so we go to the set and we meet all these other guys who are these broken down old action heroes. So there’s a lot of fun to be had in the episode. We think that’s also going to be really delightful.”
When an ER physician is gunned down in the street, Castle and Beckett soon discover that the victim was a mob doctor to a Mafia family run by an old friend of Castle’s. Also, against this backdrop of Christmas, Esposito and Lanie reach a defining moment in their relationship.
Written by: Chad & Dara Creasey
Directed by: Bill Roe
Special guest Lisa Caputo from The TV Junkies.
Lisa Caputo is a proud TV Junkie, something that is evident by her extensive collection of TV shows on DVD and Blu-Ray. A trained scriptwriter, cinematographer, and video editor, Lisa is a firm believer in the craft of storytelling, always looking for compelling stories, captivating characters, and a healthy dose of clever dialogue and stunning drama. Before joining TheTVJunkies.com, she was a freelance writer for TV Guide Canada, covering shows like Castle, Grey’s Anatomy, The Following, Revenge, Big Brother, and Big Brother Canada. You can catch her on Twitter at @Lisa_Caputo.
You can find her episode reviews here:
"The Time of Our Lives" A murder investigation launches Castle into what seems to be an alternate universe where he's never met Kate Beckett. Castle has to convince Beckett, Esposito and Ryan -- now complete strangers -- to let him participate in their investigation so he can find his way back to his own world. This inspires Castle & Beckett to finally take a trip to the altar, on “Castle,” MONDAY, NOVEMBER 10 (10:01-11:00 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network.
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Today marks the one year anniversary of Caskett! Can you believe it's been a year?? We will celebrate, talk about the episode 5x23 and more. Don't miss the LIVE brodcast!
The Human Factor Writer: David Amann
Director: Bill Roe
Summary: When Homeland Security inexplicably seals the crime scene of a car bombing, Castle and Beckett find themselves with two mysteries on their hands: who murdered the victim, a government whistleblower, and why are federal agents trying to take over the case? The plot thickens when they discover that the victim wasn’t killed by a car bomb but by a missile from a military drone.
Last night’s second episode of #Castle put the IN back into intriguing for Castle fans! Andrew definitely knows how to arouse our interest and pull us effortlessly into a new direction for #Caskett [Castle-Beckett relationship]. This Season 7 roller coaster ride has us promptly leaving the station and double checking our seat belts as we’ve already experienced our first big turn in the story. Hope you were able to watch last night’s episode and would love for you to share your thoughts on what we’ve learned thus far. "Montreal" was written by Andrew W. Marlowe and directed by Alrick Riley.
Tonight, after the latest news by Lewis, please look for Elena’s STR Round Table questions tweeted about 30 minutes prior to the show, or you can always view them here while listening live or later in archives:
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Writer: Jim Adler
Director: Tom Wright
Summary: When an up-and-coming professional skateboarder is gunned down by a mysterious motorcyclist, Castle and Beckett are thrust into the world of extreme sports, where the death defying stunts aren’t the only thing that’s dangerous.
Writer: David Amann
Director: John Terlesky
Summary: When construction workers find the body of an infamous New York mobster who disappeared in the seventies, Beckett and Castle try to solve this three decade-old Mafia hit. Unfortunately, their only witness is a man who thinks it’s still the 1970’s, so to uncover what he knows, they must play into his delusion, and party like it’s the last days of disco.
When the assistant to Modern Fashion Magazine’s dictatorial editor Matilda King (guest star Franes Fisher) is found murdered, Castle and Beckett are thrust into the glitzy, ruthless world of high fashion in their search for the killer. Meanwhile Beckett’s history in the modelling world gets her access to a very special wedding surprise.