Check out the promo for next weeks all new episode of “Castle.” You can also check out a short synopsis to go along with the promo. If you haven’t viewed the HD screen captures of Stana from tonight’s episode, you can view them here. Enjoy!
“Law & Boarder” – When an up-and-coming professional skateboarder is gunned down by a mysterious motorcyclist, Castle and Beckett are thrust into the world of extreme sports, where the death defying stunts aren’t the only thing that’s dangerous, on “Castle,” Monday, April 28th on ABC.
Hey everybody! I just updated the photo gallery with 791 HD screen captures of Stana from tonight’s all new episode of “Castle.” What did you guys think of the episode? I absolutely loved it. It was a fun, light episode, which I always find to be some of the best of the series. Leave a comment or tweet us to share your thoughts. Enjoy!
Castle > Season 6 > Screen Captures > 6×20 – That ’70s Show
Hey everybody! I just updated the photo gallery with 11 HQ episode stills of Stana from episodes 20 and 21 from the 6th season of “Castle.” Enjoy!
Castle has been off the air for several weeks, but the show returns this Monday with “That ’70s Show,” an episode that finds the characters embracing the ’70s in an attempt to solve a decades-old case.
I had the chance to screen the fun hour, and while I don’t want to ruin what goes down, I do have a few teases about the episode…
• Every single series regular gets to have at least one ’70s-inspired costume. And, I have to say, they are pretty freaking awesome. (Stana Katic’s final era-inspired outfit of the episode? Absolutely stunning.)
• Castle and Beckett struggle to include Martha in the wedding planning…and, well, it goes about how you might imagine it would.
• Thankfully for C & B, Martha does have some useful skills that end up being essential in a crucial part of the investigation.
• CASTLE creator Andrew Marlowe already teased that the episode was different than the device the show used to show the noir scenes in “The Blue Butterfly,” and he was 100% spot-on. Castle, Beckett, and co. may be dressed in ’70s clothes, but they are wholly themselves in the present to try and solve a long-cold case. Unfortunately for them, the only potential key to solving it is a man who can really only function when he thinks it’s the ’70s.
• Unfortunately for Beckett, their guy isn’t really impressed by the idea of a female cop, so he mistakenly thinks Castle has way more power than he has — which leads to Castle being granted a title/nickname he enjoys a lot. (And, I’d wager some fans will get a kick out of it, too.)
• Ryan and Esposito get inspired by footage of two ’70s cops, but trying to pass themselves off as them is a little more difficult than they originally planned.
• If you’ve been missing the Esposito/Lanie romance, the duo share a cute moment
I loved the “Blue Butterfly” episode of Castle. How will the show handle the ’70s? — Kristen
While the gang will again be delightfully costumed, “That ’70s Show” is more grounded in reality. In fact, Castle, Beckett & Co. only dress up in disco-era garb to pry the truth from a witness who still believes it’s 1978. Unfortunately for Beckett, the witness shares Archie Bunker’s views on women, which forces Castle to take the lead on the case — and in turning back the clock on the 12th Precinct. (Just wait until you see Esposito’s reaction to Lanie’s Foxy Brown get-up!)
Castle’s April 21 installment “That 70′s Show” is a fun, camp, sometimes sentimental and surprisingly romantic look at the last days of Disco.
The action centres around the discovery of the body of a notorious New York mobster (think Jimmy Hoffa) whose disappearance in the late 1970′s became the stuff of legend.
Who shot Vince Bianchi? Castle and Beckett’s only lead is one Harold Leone (Jon Polito), a mentally unstable former lieutenant of Bianchi, whose memories of that fateful night are clouded by his permanent state of ‘pathological grieving.’
The upshot? Harold may know what really happened to Bianchi, but only if nothing upsets his fragile belief that it’s still 1978, hair is big, clothes are loud and the disco balls are spinning.
It’s a set up for a solid hour of disco fun with larger than life characters, costume changes galore, our favorite characters playing at being actors (badly) and a reveal that a modern audience can get behind.
We’re just fresh off an advance screening of the episode and have 5 teasers to share which won’t outright spoil you (promise!) but will set the tone for April 21.
Check it out below.
A Little Project, They Said
Oh dear! It looks like Rick and Kate are regretting asking Martha to handle the flower arrangements for their wedding. With each of her ideas grander and more horrific than the last, the happy couple decides that she needs a “little project” outside of their nuptials to keep her busy.
However, Martha’s larger than life vision may just help solve the greatest mystery of the disco era. Keep thinking big, Martha!
To 70′s TV … With Love
Let’s be honest. This episode is really a love letter to 70′s TV. Look out for Kojak and his lollipop, Pam Grier’s Foxy Brown and Ryan and Esposito’s Snooki (Snuckie? We’re not altogether sure of the 70′s spelling on this one) and Ray – Castle’s version of Starsky and Hutch. FYI, we would totally watch this spin-off series. Jon Huertas and Seamus Dever are hilarious as Esposito and Ryan as Snooki and Ray.
Rick and Kate’s number one suspect would never buy that a woman, even one as tough, smart and independent as Beckett could possibly be in a position of power, and it takes a lot of resolve for Kate not to react to Harold’s terms of endearment, ‘cupcake’ being the least offensive in his repertoire. However when Harold infers that Rick is ‘Captain Castle’ it may just prove one straw too many.
Take a Bow, Precinct
The star of the show is the precinct itself, which undergoes a complete retrofit transformation when the case necessitates that Harold should come down and make a statement. Why can’t he do it from the comfort of his 70′s-themed home? Who cares! Just check out those typewriters and rotary phones and the muted brown and grey decor and that cast of thousands … wait! What? Yes that’s right. It seems the precinct isn’t 70′s enough without a cast of actors taken straight from an episode of The Rockford Files, Kojak or The Rookies. Prepare to hear a lot of people calling each other “pig” and “fuzz” and getting both mixed up while doing it. And catch Stana Katic’s Beckett in a delightful comedy moment playing the role of a 70′s cop and getting the lines in her script wrong.
A modern Twist
The heart of this episode may be beating in the 1970′s but the twist (Who shot Vince Bianchi?) is one that would almost certainly never have played out on 1970′s TV. Prepare for a touchingly romantic reveal, viewers!
Castle’s “That 70′s Show” airs Monday April 21 on the ABC Television Network.
Mark Polish, who Stana previously worked with on “For Lovers Only,” released a brief synopsis for a new project he is working on with Stana Katic. It is titled “Headlock.” You can read the synopsis below. More information about the project will be posted as it arrives. Sounds interesting, doesn’t it?!
“A Man’s travels take him through Life both Emotionally and Geographically”
Mark Polish, James Woods, Topher Grace and Stana Katic