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Review/Recap Castle | ‘Clear & Present Danger’

By: Cynthia Ayala

“The investigation into the death of a pool shark reveals that the killer may have had paranormal powers; Castle and Beckett try to get back to normal.”

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Hilarious! This last episode of Castle was pure hilarity.

So in this episode there was the fact that there in an invisible man who committed the murder. It was a spooky episode but incredibly hilarious, especially when you have Beckett and Castle trying to bring life and romance into their lives after he’s been missing for so long and then there is this whole supernatural event that was priceless

Nathan Fillion was hilarious as some mysterious invisible force slams his head against the ground repeatedly. His repeated “ow” was just so well written and played out. It was just brilliantly done and gave the episode this incredible humor.

This episode was so well done because given the serious note the season started off on, the show itself started out in humor and lost itself for a little while after Kate was shot. So this episode really shows that drama is not going to be heavy this season. With there be drama? Of course, it’s police-procedural show that deals with murder and a writer who writes murder mysteries so of course there will be drama but this episode really bought back the humor that has disintegrated over the past season and a half. Now viewers can escape the drama for a bit and can lose themselves in the humor they I lost myself in this episode. It was just so entertaining to watch this episode.

The humor has returned to Castle.

Directed by: Kate Woods

Written by: Chad Gomez Creasey & Dara Resnik Creaey

Starring: Nathan Fillion, Stana Katic, Susan Sullivan, Molly Quinn, Jon Huertas, Tamala Jones, Seamus Dever, Ruben Santiago-Hudson & Penny Johnson Jerald

Genre: Police procedural, Comedy-drama

Original Air Date/Time/Channel: October 13, 2014 | 10 PM EST | ABC

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