- Episode Description
Castle and Beckett investigate the murder of a rising pop diva. As they look into her out-of-control partying lifestyle, a shocking eye-opener endangers their investigation.
- Cast & Crew
- Fan Reviews (3)
A star is murdered
- Trivia & Quotes
Esposito: Hey, Castle, looks like your love life made the paper again
Castle: Ah, what? All right. All right, who am I hooking up with now?
Ryan: Novelist Richard Castle and New York police detective Katherine Beckett, both native New Yorkers, are pleased to announce their engagement.
Castle: No, no, no, no, no, no, no, no. I didn't... I did... I didn't do this.
Beckett: Actually, I did.
Castle: I thought you--
Beckett: I know, I know, Castle. I like my privacy. But I do realize that you're somewhat famous.
Beckett: Yes. And if we're gonna be together, I have to come to terms with that, and if they are gonna write about you, I want it to be the truth. I want it to be about us.
Castle: Well, there's no one I... there's no one I'd rather share a headline with. But just for the interest of accuracy... does it say we're getting married in space?
Beckett: No, it's not gonna happen, babe.
Castle: Be pretty fun. Space.
(Beckett teases Castle about an article)
Castle: That's just... okay. I don't... See, this wouldn't happen if you just let me announce our engagement.
Beckett: We already talked about this. Everyone that's important to us already knows.
Castle: Yes, and just because I'm a public figure doesn't mean you need to be one, too. I know.
Castle: Well, as long as you don't mind this sort of thing happening.
Beckett: I don't. 'Cause it's not true. And it only gives me more material to torture you with.
Castle: Mm, and the student becomes the master.
Although credited, Susan Sullivan (Martha Rodgers) does not appear in this episode.
Goof: At the beginning of the episode when Castle reads the newspaper article, you can see that in the second column, third line it starts to repeat itself from the beginning.