Castle

Season 6 Episode 21

Law & Boarder

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Aired Monday 10:00 PM Apr 28, 2014 on ABC
8.2
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Castle and Beckett delve in the world of extreme sports after a professional skateboarder is gunned down.

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  • Average Episode

    7.5
    Average episode saved only by the comedy of Ryan and Esposito fighting over who gets to be Castles best man.
  • Law and Boarder

    7.0
    The episode certainly had its moments, but this felt very fillerish to me. I expected more.
  • Law and Boarder

    8.0
    The case this week was okay, nothing special in my opinion. There were some sweet and funny moments inbetween, loved it when Kate beat Castle at scrabble. That was too funny. The fight over who will be Castle's best man was a little ridiculous. Glad he chose Alexis though, that's sweet. Strip poker at the end - wonderful.
Mike Lombardi

Mike Lombardi

Tommy Fulton

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Ned Vaughn

Ned Vaughn

Brett Zaretsky

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Jesse Luken

Jesse Luken

Carter Wexland

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Maya Stojan

Maya Stojan

Tory Ellis

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  • QUOTES (2)

    • Castle: Any extreme sports in your history I've yet to hear about?
      Beckett: Well, I mean, I think catching killers is pretty extreme. And then there's marrying you.
      Castle: Ah, yes. I admit I am extreme. Extremely handsome.
      Beckett: Yep... with a high degree of difficulty.

    • Alexis: (to Beckett) Oh, my gosh. Did you really beat dad at scrabble?
      Castle: I concede nothing, except that I need more coffee.
      Martha: That is quite an accomplishment, young lady. Nobody beats him... ever.
      Beckett: Oh, yeah. He's mentioned that... repeatedly.
      Martha: Ahh, how the mighty have fallen.
      Castle: "Richard Castle. One word short." I cannot allow this to be my epitaph.

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