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Kill Shot
Season 4, Episode 9
Kill-Shot
Air date November 21, 2011
Written by Alexi Hawley
Directed by Dave Barrett
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Kill Shot is the ninth episode of the fourth season of Castle.

SummaryEdit

The team searches for a sniper who is terrorizing New York; Beckett tries to hide her worsening PTSD from Castle and the guys.

RecapEdit

PromoEdit

Castle Season 4 Episode 9 Kill Shot Trailer00:30

Castle Season 4 Episode 9 Kill Shot Trailer







CastEdit

Main CastEdit

Guest CastEdit

QuotesEdit

Castle: Who was that?
Beckett: Personal business, Castle.
Castle: Really? Who was it, inquiring minds want to know.
Beckett: Well if you must know, his name is Roger.
Castle: Roger?
Beckett: Don't make fun. Do you know what he has that few men have?
Castle: A Josh Groban CD? Hummel figurines?
Beckett: No, not even close. Roger has the most incredible... resistance band.
Castle: A resistance band? What is that, is that what I think it is?
Beckett: For strength training. He's my physical therapist.
Beckett: You guys, you don’t have to avoid the word on my account.
Esposito: What word?
Beckett: Sniper?
Castle: Even I noticed.
Castle: We’re gonna catch this guy.
Beckett: Yeah, like we caught the guy that shot me.

Featured MusicEdit

  • "B-Bang - Unreleased" - B.et.a and the Neon Panthers

TriviaEdit

  • This was the second to the last episode to air in 2011.
  • Early in the story, Beckett accuses a decorated war veteran of being evil and denies that snipers have any capacity to do good. The story ends when Esposito, himself a marksman, saves Beckett using these very techniques.
  • Beckett's final confession to her therapist essentially acknowledges Castle's critique of her in Knockout. Namely, that she let herself be defined by her mother's murder, was hiding from having real relationships because of it, and was afraid to find out who she'd be if she ever caught her mother's murderer.
  • This episode also further shows the extent of Beckett's PTSD, which Castle first notices in the opening episode of this season when a suspect points a gun at Beckett.
  • Continuity error: It is illegal for a bus driver to use his phone while driving a bus, so he probably wouldn't have answered anyways, and probably wouldn't have had it up on the console. Also, buses have radios so the driver and dispatch can communicate. Even with events as loud as they were on the bus, the driver should still have heard dispatch trying to get a hold of him.
  • In this episode, Beckett tries to climb the top of a building and cannot due to pain. In Always opening scene (4x23) when she keeps hanging on a building edge for the same reason.

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