Castle Sneak Peeks: 5.04 ‘Murder, He Wrote’


First and foremost, I wanted to apologize for the lack of review for this past week’s episode. It has been a very busy week and I couldn’t get to it. I have to say, though, that it was a surprisingly sweet episode. I hadn’t been expecting it to be great, but I found myself incredibly moved by the storyline and the symbolism throughout “Secret’s Safe with Me”. I also admit that a few tears might have escaped during the dorm room scene in the end, especially when Castle checked to see if there were any monsters under Alexis’ bed.

But anyway, let’s move on to the task at hand. ABC has finally released the sneak peeks for next Monday’s highly anticipated Hamptons episode, titled “Murder, He Wrote”. Castle and Beckett will finally make it to his beach house in the Hamptons for a romantic weekend, but their fun will be interrupted when a dying man stumbles into the backyard and into the pool, sucking our dynamic duo back to the crime investigation world.

Back in Manhattan, Ryan and Esposito are determined to find out who Beckett’s new and mysterious boyfriend really is. I wonder if they will start to suspect it’s Castle or if the secret will even come out in this episode. So what do you think? Post your thoughts in the comments below, after you watch the sneak peeks, of course.




  1. JAA October 12, 2012
  2. Pitypang October 12, 2012
  3. Maria October 13, 2012

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