Aired: Jan 06, 2014 , Monday at 22:00 on ABC

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Episode Summary: A murder victim at a fire scene leads the team onto the trail of a serial arsonist. Ryan and Esposito find more trouble than they bargained for as Ryan's wife Jenny goes into labor.
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Under Fire

Jenny calls Beckett looking for Kevin. Beckett is at the scene of a fire and asks Jenny to remain calm because something has happened. Twelve hours earlier, Castle and Kevin investigate a crime scene at a burned out building. Kevin receives a call from Jenny testing out their phone system. Jenny is three days past her due date and is ready to go at any time. Mark Kimball, a safety investigator, warns them to exit the building as quick as they can because of structural damage. Parish explains that the death... more

To Jav or Javi Not

Usually when I watch a show I review, I take a lot of notes during the hour. But something happened during Castle Season 6 Episode 11. I stopped writing about half way through because I couldn't take my eyes from the screen. "Under Fire" became just that intense as Esposito and Ryan fought for their lives, trapped in a secret sub-basement of a warehouse being engulfed in flames. The explosive that started the inferno was massive. For a show that h... more

Burning Up for You, Baby

You know an episode means business when its opening scene is followed by the ominous "12 HOURS EARLIER" frame. This week's episode of Castle, "Under Fire," is no different. It opens with a scene of fiery chaos and Ryan's very pregnant wife, Jenny, about to hear some bad news before cutting away to a building that was very recently the scene of fiery chaos. They find the corpse of a man who was killed by a bullet and it wasn't arson, but don't spend too much time worrying about that because this guy's untimel... more



'Castle' Recap: Beckett Solves a Murder, Castle Finds a Purse

Several lessons are learned in tonight's episode of Castle. One, Castle should wear his bulletproof vest at all times. Two, you should really only be a private investigator if you don't have to worry about things like money or personal safety. And three, the writers don't seem to know what to do with Lanie now that she's not Esposito's love interest. We miss you, girl. Moral of the Story: Don't Lend Things to People "Private Eye Carumba!" does ... more

'Castle' Mid-Season Premiere Recap: Castle Becomes a Private Eye

The more things change on Castle, the more they stay the same. Though Castle is banned from working with the NYPD and his dynamic with them has necessarily shifted, some things are constant. Everyone except Gates still disregards the law. Purlmutter, coaxed out of his Castle-induced hibernation, still hates the living. And the entire team of seasoned professionals still can't do their jobs without Castle's help. Licensed to Show Up Where He Shouldn't "Cast... more

'Castle': 5 Reasons the Dynamic Has Changed -- And Why It's a Good Thing

Tonight, Castle returns from its midseason break with a new episode, "Castle, P.I.".  Having been banned from working with the police, Castle is now a private investigator solving crimes on his own. The ban fundamentally changes the dynamic of the show. Here's why that's a good thing. A Noir Theme Castle has dabbled in noir before, particularly in the episode "The Blue Butterfly." With Castle n... more


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