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Submitted by alycakes 930d ago | review

Castle: Stabbed In The Back: TV Fanatic Review

TV Fanatic:
Now, that was fun! Castle aired "Reality Star Struck" this week, an episode centered around the murder of a “reality” star and some Valentine’s Day competition between Castle and Beckett. It was the kind of episode long-time Castle fans love.

The Murder. The hour was spent looking for the killer of a young reality star from “The Wives of Wall Street.” One word can describe this spoof. Hilarious. One of the best parts about this installment was the fact that it brought Gail O’Grady back to our screen. I’ve missed her since Hellcats got canceled.

The case itself was pretty predictable, but it included the ingredients to a perfect Castle episode and it did it well. (Castle, TV) 5/5

alycakes  +   930d ago
This was a great one...it was fun to watch them scrambling around about the valentine gifts and at the same time trying to find out who killed the victim.

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