Beckett: There's been a murder.
Castle: Yeah, of Linus' feelings.

Beckett: She's practically family. I care about her too.
Castle: You're pretty great, you know that?

Because when I was a little girl imaging my wedding day, being stuck in a small tin can with a thousand tons of rocket fuel strapped to my ass was exactly what I had in mind.

I am not getting married in space.

Beckett: What was that?
Castle: If I had to guess I'd say something bad.

Now if you'll excuse me I'm going to go home and wallow in what is perhaps the most disappointing day of my crime solving career.

Castle

Castle, these monks took vows of poverty, chastity, and obedience. I don't see them trying to take over the world.

Castle: What are you doing?
Beckett: Making stuff up. Just like you do.

Castle: Might I suggest a sacrificial altar?
Beckett: No you may not.

Castle: It's as though he's turned being a charming man-child into a career.
Kate: Now that doesn't sound familiar, does it?

After a case like this one I think a warm and cozy bath is in my future.

Beckett: You're trying to drive me crazy, aren't you?
Castle: Well, apparently I already do if we end up with three kids.

Castle Quotes

Beckett: (Clears throat) Ahem. What's the deal with men and boobs, anyway?
Castle: Biological. We can't help it.
Beckett: But doesn't it bother you that they're so obviously not real?
Castle: (Pauses) Santa's not real. We still love opening his presents.

Sometimes the hardest things in life are the things most worth doing.

Castle