Castle season 5 continues on Monday, April 22 with an episode called "The Squab and the Quail." Check out the synopsis and preview video below to see what happens when Beckett is charged with looking after a billionaire and starts to look at her relationship with Castle.
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First up, let's take a look at the official synopsis for the episode from ABC:
"The Squab and the Quail" -- When Beckett is assigned to protect Erik Vaughn, a charming billionaire entrepreneur whose life is in danger, she's forced to reflect on her relationship with Castle which has begun to plateau. Meanwhile, consumed with jealousy, Castle goes to extraordinary lengths to solve the case and separate the two of them. Guest Starring Ioan Gruffudd as Billionaire Entrepreneur Eric Vaughn
Note: The episode called "Still" was originally scheduled to air tonight, but due to the tragic bombings in Boston last week, ABC decided to move that episode to April 29 and air "The Squab and the Quail" tonight instead.
In the sneak peek preview video from the episode, we see that ABC chose wisely as this episode looks to be much lighter than the original episode scheduled to air tonight. With Beckett protecting the life of a handsome billionaire, it looks like Castle is going to be experiencing some serious jealousy issues.
Here are a few more things we know from watching the video:
- Eric Vaughn isn't just an innovator and inventor, he's also handsome. Let's not forget handsome.
- Beckett and Vaughn are going to get physically close at one point during the episode, and we don't just mean when she tackles him to the ground to save him from a bullet.
- Castle better watch his back as it looks like Vaughn is making a play for Beckett.
What do you think now that you've read the synopsis and seen the preview video from this episode of Castle? Do you think that Beckett will really find herself tempted by Vaughn? Will Castle be able to stop the two of them from getting closer?
Castle airs on Monday nights at 10pm on ABC.
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