Castle

Season 6 Episode 20

That '70s Show

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Aired Monday 10:00 PM Apr 21, 2014 on ABC
8.6
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The body of a missing New York mobster who disappeared in the seventies is found at a construction site, but the only witness thinks it's still the 1970's. Castle and Beckett must play along with his delusion to find out what he knows.

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  • Castle pays homage to the worst decade in the history

    7.0
    Castle pays homage to the worst decade in the history of bad decades! This episode was only saved by Esposito and Ryan's comical Starsky and Hutch act!
  • That 70's Show

    7.0
    There were some amusing parts in this episode, but it got annoying at times, and the story just did not feel like it was that strongly pieced together. Still, I'd say it was a little better than average.
  • Great Trip Back In Time

    10
    This was a tongue-in-cheek episode and good for them for doing it. Just a touch of plausibility to give it a foundation and then off they went in time travel. And with a "who dunnit" to boot. There are times that shows need to have some fun with themselves - and with the audience. This was a great example of how to do it. Everything was spot on accurate. Nice to have Disco back again!!moreless
  • great funny episode

    10
    I enjoy this episode. and the situation. I'm we can laught have mistery and fun
  • Castle struts again!

    8.5
    Alright. I'm trying to think if there has ever been a sillier episode of CASTLE. Off the top of my head, the Star Trek/Galaxy Quest one was pretty silly (and great fun) but "That 70s Show" beats it into a cocked pimp-style borsalino. Yet I loved it. It reminded me a little of the early episodes of LIFE ON MARS (the US version before they totally screwed up the ending) and it's clear the whole cast was enjoying a spell in the dressing-up box. That said, the stand-outs for me were Jon Huertos and Seamus Dever channeling Starsky and Hutch. Those boys deserve a spin-off series.moreless
Jon Polito

Jon Polito

Harold Leone

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Ray Abruzzo

Ray Abruzzo

Frank Russo

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Richard Portnow

Richard Portnow

Detective Milt Boyle

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Tory Ellis

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