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Submitted by alycakes 918d ago | review

Castle: The Dark Side of Rick: TV Fanatic Review

TV Fanatic:
It’s that time of year again!

The time of year when Andrew Marlowe and the rest of the Castle writers give us an extra present. The time of year when they push out a two-part episode that is filled with tension, adrenaline and something that always hits close to home. The best part about these episodes? They never fail. Time to talk “Target," TV Fanatics.

The Castle Season 5 two-parter kicked off with the kidnapping of Alexis and her friend. Turns out Alexis was in the wrong place at the wrong time and her pal’s rich father is hated in Egypt. So what is going on here? (Castle, TV) 4.7/5

alycakes  +   920d ago
This is the best episode yet. I love this show anyway but it just reminds of his Firefly days when he had to make such hard decisions and it was because he cared so much not because he was a hard ass.

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