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Dressed To Kill[1]
Season 6, Episode 14
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Air date Febrauary 3, 2014[2]
Written by Elizabeth Beall
Directed by Jeannot Szwarc
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Dressed To Kill[3] is the fourteenth episode of the sixth season of Castle.

SummaryEdit

When the assistant to Modern Fashion Magazine’s dictatorial editor Matilda King (guest star Frances Fisher) is found murdered, Castle and Beckett are thrust into the glitzy, ruthless world of high fashion in their search for the killer. Meanwhile Beckett’s history in the modelling world gets her access to a very special wedding surprise.

RecapEdit

PromoEdit

Castle 6x14 Promo Dressed to Kill HD00:23

Castle 6x14 Promo Dressed to Kill HD







CastEdit

Main CastEdit

Guest CastEdit

QuotesEdit

Castle: Seriously, you've never heard of Matilda King?
Esposito: I'm betting that most real men haven't.
Castle: Ooh! I just came up with a new title. "Murder Is the New Black."
Beckett: Does that even make sense?
Ryan: No, it doesn't.

Featured MusicEdit

TriviaEdit

  • Near the end of the episode, Beckett received the wedding dress at her apartment that she tried on earlier for Matilda King.
  • Castle and Beckett decided to have their spring wedding instead.
  • Beckett used to work as a model briefly for Modern Fashion, which states her modeling job in Inventing the Girl

ReferencesEdit

  1. CASTLE: "DRESSED TO KILL" *EPISODE CHANGE*
  2. ABC pushed airdate from Jan. 27 to Feb. 3 because the want it in Feb sweeps
  3. Castle - Episode 6.14 - Dressed To Kill - ABC Press Release

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