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Fillion plays mystery novelist Richard Castle, who is consulted by Detective Kate Beckett (Katic) of the NYPD after a killer begins copying murder scenes from Castle's books. When an obsessive fan is caught too quickly, it bothers his [[Genre Savvy|writer's sensibilities]]; the capture was [[All Too Easy|too easy]]. Castle realizes that the man the police have arrested was framed, and helps to capture the real murderer. Enamored with the idea of solving crimes -- and a bit more enamored of working with his beautiful "muse" -- Castle calls in some favors and gets permission to do some [[It's for a Book|research]] for his new series of books, starring a character based on Beckett. Together, [[They Fight Crime]]! [[Chivalrous Pervert|Castle]] and [[By-The-Book Cop|Beckett]] have some excellent on-screen chemistry going.
 
Fillion plays mystery novelist Richard Castle, who is consulted by Detective Kate Beckett (Katic) of the NYPD after a killer begins copying murder scenes from Castle's books. When an obsessive fan is caught too quickly, it bothers his [[Genre Savvy|writer's sensibilities]]; the capture was [[All Too Easy|too easy]]. Castle realizes that the man the police have arrested was framed, and helps to capture the real murderer. Enamored with the idea of solving crimes -- and a bit more enamored of working with his beautiful "muse" -- Castle calls in some favors and gets permission to do some [[It's for a Book|research]] for his new series of books, starring a character based on Beckett. Together, [[They Fight Crime]]! [[Chivalrous Pervert|Castle]] and [[By-The-Book Cop|Beckett]] have some excellent on-screen chemistry going.
   
An interview with Fillion providing a lot of relevant information can be found [http://tvblog.ugo.com/index.php/tvblog/more/nathan_fillion_talks_castle_and_a_little_itty_bit_of_whedon/ here.]
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An interview with Fillion providing a lot of relevant information can be found [http://tvblog.ugo.com/index.php/tvblog/more/nathan_fillion_talks_castle_and_a_little_itty_bit_of_whedon/ here].
 
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Has a [[Castle/Recap|recap]] page.
 
Has a [[Castle/Recap|recap]] page.

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"I often say that Castle is Moonlighting meets Murder, She Wrote having not really remembered Moonlighting and never having actually seen Murder She Wrote."

Castle is a Police Procedural Dramedy starring Nathan Fillion and Stana Katic.

Fillion plays mystery novelist Richard Castle, who is consulted by Detective Kate Beckett (Katic) of the NYPD after a killer begins copying murder scenes from Castle's books. When an obsessive fan is caught too quickly, it bothers his writer's sensibilities; the capture was too easy. Castle realizes that the man the police have arrested was framed, and helps to capture the real murderer. Enamored with the idea of solving crimes -- and a bit more enamored of working with his beautiful "muse" -- Castle calls in some favors and gets permission to do some research for his new series of books, starring a character based on Beckett. Together, They Fight Crime! Castle and Beckett have some excellent on-screen chemistry going.

An interview with Fillion providing a lot of relevant information can be found here.


Has a recap page.

Tropes used in Castle include:


Notes

  1. As of "Always", it is finally resolved. Sort of..
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