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Castle Season 5 Episode 4 “Murder, He Wrote” Live Recap 10/15/12

Castle Season 5 Episode 4 “Murder, He Wrote” Live Recap 10/15/12Tonight on ABC a whole new episode of CASTLE airs called “Murder, He Wrote.” On tonight’s show Castle and Beckett’s plans for a romantic weekend in the Hamptons are interrupted when a dying man stumbles into Castle’s backyard, collapsing into his pool. Did you see last week’s premiere episode? We did and we have a full and detailed recap here for you.

On last week’s show when a young woman was mysteriously murdered, Beckett and Castle discovered her death might be linked to a repossessed storage unit up for auction. Was the unit connected to her death? Was something inside it worth killing for? The investigation leds Castle and Beckett to colorful “Storage Wars”-like treasure seekers and Manhattan socialites as they uncovered the shocking truth.

On tonight’s show “Murder, He Wrote” – Castle and Beckett’s plans for a romantic weekend in the Hamptons are interrupted when a dying man stumbles into Castle’s backyard, collapsing into his pool. Unable to escape the lure of the investigation they join up with the small town’s well-intentioned, but inexperienced sheriff to find the killer.

Guest Cast for tonight’s show David Burke as Chief John Brady, J.R. Nutt as Casius McMurray, Shane Johnson as Deputy Adam Jones, Brian Howe as Aaron Lerner, Tamara Braun as Natalia Roosevelt.

Tonight’s episode is going to be great and you won’t want to miss it. So be sure to tune in for our live coverage of ABC’s Castle tonight at 10PM EST!

CASTLE SEASON 5 EPISODE 4 ‘MURDER, HE WROTE’ LIVE RECAP HERE!


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