On a Talk Show

On a Talk Show

"They want me dead." That's what this talk show host whispers to Castle during a commercial break.
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Kelly Carlson on Castle

Kelly Carlson on Castle

This is Kelly Carlson on Castle. Her characters gets cozy with the show's star.
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Fred Willard on Castle

Fred Willard on Castle

Fred Willard guest stars on the Castle episode "The Late Shaft." He plays a sidekick to a talk show host.
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Tom Bergeron on Castle

Tom Bergeron on Castle

Tom Bergeron guest stars on Castle in the role of a talk show host. But he isn't long for this world.
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Wrapped Up in Death Scene

Wrapped Up in Death Scene

This is a scene from "Wrapped Up in Death." In it, Castle and Beckett check into the death of a museum curator.
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Scene from Castle

Scene from Castle

Dana Delany is still around. She plays a federal investigator on two episode of Castle.
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Dana Delany on Castle

Dana Delany on Castle

Nice to meet you, Castle. I'm guest star Dana Delany.
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Sex Store

Sex Store

This case is right up Castle's alley. Take a look at him in a scene from "The Mistress Always Spanks Twice."
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Crime Scene Photo

Crime Scene Photo

The gang approaches the crime scene in this shot from the 3/8/10 episode of Castle. It's titled "The Mistress Always Spanks Twice."
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Leather-Clad Witnesses

Leather-Clad Witnesses

It's hard to take good notes when the witnesses are dressed like this. This is a scene from "The Mistress Always Spanks Twice."
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The Mistress Always Spanks Twice Scene

The Mistress Always Spanks Twice Scene

Beckett and Castle conduct an interview during the episode "The Mistress Always Spanks Twice." The world of sex clubs is the focus of this 3/8/10 episode.
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Beckett Picture

Beckett Picture

On "The Mistress Always Spanks Twice," Beckett enters the underground sex club world. She looks a bit uncomfortable there.
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Castle Quotes

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

Castle

Castle: How do you know when you're in love?
Beckett: All the songs make sense.