History Characters / Castle

16th Oct '17 4:25:06 PM IsadorLevi
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* {{Foreshadowing}}: At the climax of the episode Law & Murder, when Castle says of [[spoiler: a District Attorney involved in trying to cover up a murder and railroading an innocent man for it, "it's unfortunate that despite all of that good, he's only going to be remembered for that one bad thing",]] Montgomery can be seen to give him a very pointed look. A couple of episodes later, it turns out [[spoiler: that Montgomery was himself involved in covering up a murder and having another man sent down for it, with the victim being Beckett's mother no less, long before he became an accomplished and by-the-book captain]].
19th Aug '17 5:47:33 AM MoonPumpkin
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* ActionDad: [[spoiler: By the end of the series, he's a father of two.]]
27th Jun '17 4:13:27 PM nombretomado
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* PunnyName: TheOtherWiki states that Castle's name is a play on "Rich Asshole."

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* PunnyName: TheOtherWiki Wiki/TheOtherWiki states that Castle's name is a play on "Rich Asshole."
22nd Jun '17 8:05:37 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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* ChivalrousPervert: Despite TheCharmer, he's a nice guy.

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* ChivalrousPervert: Despite TheCharmer, he's a nice guy.NiceGuy.
13th Jun '17 12:04:45 PM ChaoticNovelist
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* FriendlySniper: In "Kill Shot" he uses his past as a Special Forces marksman to break Beckett out of a case-induced HeroicBSOD, [[spoiler:and later kills the MonsterOfTheWeek with an assault rifle shot from a rooftop across the street after Beckett can't talk the villain down]].
** Also how he kills [[spoiler: Jerry Tyson]].

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* FriendlySniper: In "Kill Shot" he uses his past as a Special Forces marksman to break Beckett out of a case-induced HeroicBSOD, [[spoiler:and later kills the MonsterOfTheWeek with an assault rifle shot from a rooftop across the street after Beckett can't talk the villain down]].
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down]]. It's also how he kills [[spoiler: Jerry Tyson]].



* GentleGiant: Is a massive softie (especially for troubled kids) and all around NiceGuy, and yet is probably the most badass member of Beckett's investigative team.
9th Apr '17 6:18:09 PM NightShade96
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* LastNameBasis: Like Castle, few people call her 'Kate'.

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* LastNameBasis: Like Castle, few people call her 'Kate'."Kate".
* LaughOfLove: She tends to smile and laugh a lot when around her current boyfriend-of-the-week, and eventually with [[spoiler: Castle himself.]]
19th Mar '17 11:45:57 AM IlGreven
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* '''Triple Killer[=/=]3XK[=/=]Jerry Tyson (Michael Moseley)''': A serial killer who targets women, killing three within the same week. The name has a double meaning as there are, in fact, three people involved in the killings. The original killer, Jerry Tyson, pays two friends to help him. Because one of the two friends needs an operation, they agree. The only killer in the series so far who escapes. Revisited in the season 4 episode "Kick the Ballistics", where the gun he stole from Ryan reappears in a recent murder case, which turns out to have been committed by a man Jerry Tyson befriended during his incarceration. Reappears in [[spoiler:season 5 episode "Probable Cause", where he frames Castle for a murder]] that has been built to look like one in a first draft for one of his novels, and it turns out he has been stalking Castle for quite some time. Apparently dies after being shot and falling down the bridge where he has confronted Castle and Beckett, but [[NeverFoundTheBody it is implied]] he may have done this to disappear again and keep killing.

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* '''Triple Killer[=/=]3XK[=/=]Jerry Tyson (Michael Moseley)''': A serial killer who targets women, killing three within the same week. The name has a double meaning as there are, in fact, three people involved in the killings. The original killer, Jerry Tyson, pays two friends to help him. Because one of the two friends needs an operation, they agree. The only killer in the series so far who escapes. Revisited in the season 4 episode "Kick the Ballistics", where the gun he stole from Ryan reappears in a recent murder case, which turns out to have been committed by a man Jerry Tyson befriended during his incarceration. Reappears in [[spoiler:season 5 episode "Probable Cause", where he frames Castle for a murder]] that has been built to look like one in a first draft for one of his novels, and it turns out he has been stalking Castle for quite some time. Apparently dies after being shot and falling down the bridge where he has confronted Castle and Beckett, but [[NeverFoundTheBody it is implied]] he may have done this to disappear again and keep killing. [[spoiler:And he was right: Tyson resurfaces again thanks to the efforts of his other "friend", Dr. Kelly Nieman, who uses her plastic surgery skills to make off with all of the NYPD's records on Tyson, allowing him to pretend to be someone else and the NYPD unable to keep him for more than a few hours. Uses this as a ploy to kidnap Beckett and lure Castle into a setup where he would watch Beckett die before being killed himself. Fortunately for Castle, he runs a counter-setup, playing on Tyson's need for exposition to get him into the right position for a hidden Esposito to snipe him dead.]]
18th Mar '17 11:49:26 AM nombretomado
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* MrFanservice: NathanFillion. No shirt. ''Yum''.

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* MrFanservice: NathanFillion.Creator/NathanFillion. No shirt. ''Yum''.



* StatuesqueStunner: Not as obvious when she stands next to the 6'2" NathanFillion, but she's 5'9". She also likes to wear high heels which makes her look even taller.

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* StatuesqueStunner: Not as obvious when she stands next to the 6'2" NathanFillion, Creator/NathanFillion, but she's 5'9". She also likes to wear high heels which makes her look even taller.
13th Nov '16 1:06:54 PM DustSnitch
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The following are the characters from {{Series/Castle}}. Spoilers may abound.

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The following are the characters from {{Series/Castle}}.''{{Series/Castle}}''. Spoilers may abound.



* BaldOfAwesome: He's a very {{Badass}} BaldBlackLeaderGuy.

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* BaldOfAwesome: He's a very {{Badass}} badass BaldBlackLeaderGuy.



** {{Badass}}: Has one of the highest kill counts in the series, and unlike the other mass-murderer, the 3XK Killer, Hal kills combat trained police. He does a helicopter escape from a courthouse and other acts more suited to a Bourne movie than an otherwise fairly reasonable show.



** [[TheMenInBlack Man In Black]]: An unconventional one, but he doesn't express emotion, is an agent of a mysterious conspiracy involving the government, is dedicated to covering up any evidence of that conspiracy and silencing any that are seeking its secrets and wears clothing from a dark color palette.

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** [[TheMenInBlack Man In Black]]: TheMenInBlack: An unconventional one, but he doesn't express emotion, is an agent of a mysterious conspiracy involving the government, is dedicated to covering up any evidence of that conspiracy and silencing any that are seeking its secrets and wears clothing from a dark color palette.
19th Oct '16 3:49:23 PM tmanokc
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* [[FourTemperamentEnsemble Five Temperament Ensemble]]: The charming, energetic, and talkative Sanguine of 12th Precinct Homicide.



* [[FourTemperamentEnsemble Five Temperament Ensemble]]: The charming, energetic, and talkative Sanguine of 12th Precinct Homicide.
* HandsomeLech: in "Cloudy With A Chance Of Murder", Castle comments on what Beckett is wearing just so he can watch her change clothes.



* HandsomeLech: in "Cloudy With A Chance Of Murder", Castle comments on what Beckett is wearing just so he can watch her change clothes.



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%% * MostWritersAreWriters:MostWritersAreWriters
* MrFanservice: NathanFillion. No shirt. ''Yum''.



* MrFanservice: NathanFillion. No shirt. ''Yum''.



* {{Closet|Geek}} {{Fangirl}}: Of Castle. She would sooner die (or kill him) than have him find out. [[spoiler:Too late. He already knows.]]



* {{Closet|Geek}} {{Fangirl}}: Of Castle. She would sooner die (or kill him) than have him find out. [[spoiler:Too late. He already knows.]]



* ILoveYouBecauseICantControlYou: The inverse of Castle; for a ControlFreak like her, he's very hard to control.



* LettingHerHairDown: Beckett's hair grows considerably over the course of the series. She also warms up and loosens up over the course of the series (barring the SingleIssueWonk). Coincidence? You decide.
* ILoveYouBecauseICantControlYou: The inverse of Castle; for a ControlFreak like her, he's very hard to control.



* TheLeader: She calls the shots in her little group.

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* TheLeader: She calls the shots in her little group. She eventually calls the shots of the entire precinct when Beckett is promoted to Captain in Season 8.
* LettingHerHairDown: Beckett's hair grows considerably over the course of the series. She also warms up and loosens up over the course of the series (barring the SingleIssueWonk). Coincidence? You decide.



* OutOfFocus: Effectively becomes a [[FakeGuestStar Fake Series Regular]] after Season 2, with appearing in fewer than a dozen episodes each season thereafter and often for a few minutes at a time.



* MoralityPet: For Castle, pre-CharacterDevelopment at least; in the early seasons (especially the first season), notice how Castle is a lot less of a douchey, arrogant playboy asshole whenever Alexis is around.



* MoralityPet: For Castle, pre-CharacterDevelopment at least; in the early seasons (especially the first season), notice how Castle is a lot less of a douchey, arrogant playboy asshole whenever Alexis is around.



* OutOfFocus: Alexis appeared in almost all of the episodes during the first season, but began to appear in fewer episodes starting with Season 2, coinciding with the shift in episode storylines to focus almost entirely on Castle and Beckett's investigations and deemphasize the initial secondary focus on Castle's family life. By Season 5, she appears in only one or two brief scenes in a limited number of episodes. Although the Season 5 two-parter "Target"/"Hunt" served as a DayInTheLimelight story for her, she became more involved in the show's stories in the first half of Season 6, with the storyline that resulted in Castle and Alexis' relationship becoming strained due to his disapproval of her boyfriend Pi, which was resolved after the two teamed up to exonerate a WronglyAccused death row inmate in "Like Father, Like Daughter" (a precursor to the events of Season 8, in which she co-opted Castle's [=PI=] business and began helping him in some of his cases).



* YouAreGrounded: Played with when she confesses to jumping a subway turnstile. (See IncorruptiblePurePureness above). She grounds ''herself'' for a week.


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* YouAreGrounded: Played with when she confesses to jumping a subway turnstile. (See IncorruptiblePurePureness above). She grounds ''herself'' for a week.
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