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19th Apr '16 5:42:12 PM aye_amber
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*** The first half of season six was a little bit better about this in regards to Alexis. That part of the season featured a storyline in which Alexis began dating a guy named Pi,[[note]]Spelled like the number, not the dessert as Castle had surmised in one episode.[[/note]] whom Castle did not approve of and whom Alexis would briefly live with (first moving him into Castle's apartment and then moving in with Pi into their own apartment). This sparked a bit of a rift between the two, which would be resolved after the two teamed up to prove that a death row inmate charged in a murder did not commit said crime in "Like Father, Like Daughter", and later culminated in Alexis deciding to break up with Pi in "Limelight" and ultimately move back in with Castle and Martha.[[note]]The two aforementioned episodes were among the few, along with the season five two-parter "Target"/"Hunt", to involve Alexis as part of the main plotline and heavily feature her in the episode.[[/note]] Though the resolution of this storyline led to the return of the previous status quo regarding Alexis' appearances in subsequent episodes.

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*** The first half of season six was a little bit better about this in regards to Alexis. That part of the season featured a storyline in which Alexis began dating a guy named Pi,[[note]]Spelled like the number, not the dessert as Castle had surmised in one episode.[[/note]] whom Castle did not approve of and whom Alexis would briefly live with (first moving him into Castle's apartment and then moving in with Pi into their own apartment). This sparked a bit of a rift between the two, which would be resolved after the two teamed up to prove that a death row inmate charged in a murder did not commit said crime in "Like Father, Like Daughter", and later culminated in Alexis deciding to break up with Pi in "Limelight" and ultimately move back in with Castle and Martha.[[note]]The [[note]] The two aforementioned episodes were among the few, along with the season five two-parter "Target"/"Hunt", to involve Alexis as part of the main plotline and heavily feature her in the episode.episode. [[/note]] Though the resolution of this storyline led to the return of the previous status quo regarding Alexis' appearances in subsequent episodes.
19th Apr '16 10:17:28 AM erforce
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--->'''Castle:''' So you were kind of like the female IndianaJones. Only without the hat and whip.\\

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--->'''Castle:''' So you were kind of like the female IndianaJones.Franchise/IndianaJones. Only without the hat and whip.\\
2nd Feb '16 7:22:06 PM bradleysigma
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20th Jan '16 6:29:07 PM Jaguar1983
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* BathtubScene: Beckett has a "hot date"... with a Castle's book.
15th Jan '16 9:13:18 AM Peridonyx
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** In "The Way of the Ninja", [[spoiler:the unrepentant Yakuza boss responsible for the original victim's tragedy is himself killed by the same assassin before being able to reveal his identity.]]
10th Nov '15 12:51:37 AM IlGreven
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** "Cool Boys" (the second Slaughter episode) is the first episode in the series where Beckett doesn't appear.
14th Oct '15 12:19:45 AM JackTheHammer
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* BackForTheDead: [[spoiler:Mike Royce]] in "To Love and Die in L.A." [[spoiler:Beau Randolph]] in "Death Gone Crazy". [[spoiler:Vulcan Simmons]] in "Veritas".

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* BackForTheDead: [[spoiler:Mike Royce]] in "To Love and Die in L.A." [[spoiler:Beau Randolph]] in "Death Gone Crazy". [[spoiler:Vulcan Simmons]] in "Veritas".
"Veritas". [[spoiler: Senator Bracken]] in "XX."


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* CIAGoodFBIEvil: Both agencies have appeared throughout the series. For the most part, while the FBI and NYPD have JurisdictionFriction and {{Obstructive Bureaucrat}}s, they're decent folk. Meanwhile, except for a few occasions, whenever the CIA gets involved, things are much shadier and sometimes outright antagonistic. [[spoiler: The biggest example is in Season 8, when we find out that Senator Bracken had a partner in the CIA who was covering up his dirty money dealings and now appears to be the show's new BigBad.]]
13th Oct '15 6:00:22 AM DoctorNemesis
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* AesopAmnesia: In season 8, [[spoiler: Beckett is once again fixated on solving an element of her mother's case (this time involving the Attorney-General) at the expense of her personal relationships, going so far as to separate from Castle so that she can do so.]] What makes it worse is that numerous characters have pointed out to her that her actions are clearly unhealthy and [[spoiler: risking the complete destruction of her marriage to give into her obsession over a matter that is only tangentially connected to her at best]] is hardly a wise move, but she stubbornly refuses to listen.
22nd Sep '15 8:46:17 PM IlGreven
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* BusCrash: [[spoiler:Rachel [[=McCord=]], Beckett's partner in the DOJ, is killed offscreen in the season 8 opener.]]

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* BusCrash: [[spoiler:Rachel [[=McCord=]], [=McCord=], Beckett's partner in the DOJ, is killed offscreen in the season 8 opener.]]
22nd Sep '15 8:45:54 PM IlGreven
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* BusCrash: [[spoiler:Rachel [[=McCord=]], Beckett's partner in the DOJ, is killed offscreen in the season 8 opener.]]
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