Castle - Season 1 Episodes
Castle - Season 1
Rick Castle, a famous crime novelist and rock star of the literary world, finds inspiration for a new character from an unlikely source - the smart, beautiful, no-nonsense Det. Kate Beckett - whether she likes it or not.
“Flowers for Your Grave”
A beautiful woman is murdered, her nude body covered with rose petals. So how exactly does famed mystery novelist Richard Castle (Nathan Fillion) fit in to this real-life whodunit? That’s what we want to know, because everyone loves a mystery.
A secret affair with a nanny and a corpse found in a dryer. This kind of dirty laundry is more than can be handled by the local fluff ‘n fold!
“Hedge Fund Homeboys”
We see the prow of a rowboat drifts across the lake in Central Park. The lifeless body of a teenage boy lies in the boat—his shirt is covered in blood. Cue up a new case!
“Hell Hath No Fury”
The investigation behind a body found wrapped in a rug on the sidewalk leads Castle and Beckett deep inside the world of New York City politics. The partners discover a world of expensive escorts, arrogant tycoons, corrupt investigators, and the effects of betrayal.
“A Chill Goes Through Her Veins”
We’re staring at a winged creature hovering in the darkness. Suddenly, work lights ignite, showing our angel to be the frozen body of a woman, covered in a garment bag and tangled in the rebar of a construction site.
“Always Buy Retail”
Castle’s enjoying a trip down memory lane via a sex romp with his ex-wife Meredith—until she blurts out that’s moving back into the city. Talk about a mood killer!
“Home is Where the Heart Stops”
Many Upper East Siders keep a few secret items in their safes along with the family jewels. But this is the first time we’ve seen one holding a woman’s corpse!
Castle and Beckett arrive with Ryan and Lanie at a ratty single room occupancy hotel, and stand over a tub of black liquid, staring at the body of a dead woman floating inside.
“Little Girl Lost”
We see Castle and Becket enter an apartment building where uniforms and techs are taking crime scene photos in a child’s room.
“A Death in the Family”
We open on the windshield of a blue Mercedes covered in parking tickets, being lifted into the sky by a tow truck.