Castle S04E14 720p60


Castle: The Blue Butterfly

When Castle and Beckett investigate the killing of a treasure hunter, they discover the case is linked to a mysterious homicide from 1947 involving a hard-boiled private detective. Castle realizes the only way to solve the present-day murder is to solve the murder from the past. The 1947 case comes to life through stylized flashbacks, featuring Castle as the private eye and Beckett as a femme fatale.
Episode number: 4×14
Airdate: Monday February 06th, 2012
Guest Stars

Mark PellegrinoMark Pellegrino
As Tom Dempsey / Tom Dempsey III

Chad EverettChad Everett
As Jerry Maddox / old Joe

Ellen GeerEllen Geer
As Viola Maddox / old Vera

Patrick CassidyPatrick Cassidy
As Clyde Belasco

Zahn McClarnonZahn McClarnon
As Ray Horton

Lorin McCraleyLorin McCraley
As West Side Wally

Andrea GranoAndrea Grano
As Mrs. Stan Banks

Co-Guest Stars

Adam BayAdam Bay
As Leonard

Sarah Lilly (1)Sarah Lilly (1)
As Luella McManus

Darin ToonderDarin Toonder
As Frankie

Jared WardJared Ward
As Bartender

Main Cast

Nathan FillionNathan Fillion
As Richard Castle
Stana KaticStana Katic
As Kate Beckett
Susan SullivanSusan Sullivan
As Martha Rodgers
Jon HuertasJon Huertas
As Javier Esposito
Seamus DeverSeamus Dever
As Kevin Ryan
Tamala JonesTamala Jones
As Lanie Parish
Molly QuinnMolly Quinn
As Alexis Castle

Recap

The episode begins with a scene at the Pennebaker Club back in the ‘40s, where Castle is a detective cop, and Dr. Parish the jazz singer. He loves the music, and lets on to the bartender that he would need help for a date. The picture he shows him is none other than the woman he is looking at. He turns around, and finds a woman – the one who looks exactly like Beckett, but all fashioned up in a 1940s style. But that is all till then. Back to reality, Castle and Beckett are at the crime scene, where Stan Banks has been murdered. Although Castle is overflowing with stories from the ‘40s, Beckett reminds him that the only story they need now is about the victim. Stan is dead, which is news to the manager of the club – who doesn’t know what is to be done with the room in which he stayed. ..

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Music
Artist Song Title Played When
Louis Armstrong I Can’t Give You Anything But Love Castle & Beckett question Jerry, then her tells th
Tamala Jones “Comes Love” Betsy Sinclair sings as Castle questions the barte
Episode Goofs
The 1947 calendar we see in the background when Joe is getting roughed up is all wrong. First of all, it starts on a Monday and has 31 days so it has to be October. The double murder occurred on June 24. Earlier and June has only 30 days. Just the wrong page, you say?? Ah, but the month only has 3 phases of the moon and they are on the 10th, 19th, and 30th. The spacing is too great and there is never only 3 phases in a month. So this calendar month was created without any research.

General

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