"When a young woman is found dead under circumstances described exactly in a book written by acclaimed author Richard Castle, he is brought in to provide insight into the case. When more victims turn up in similarly-accurate conditions described in his books, Castle is enlisted to assist the investigation by applying his knowledge of criminal behavior and his own books to the department's considerable skills. "
So here we go:
Well that was certainly interesting. Funny lines and characters. Decent story with a couple of good twists.
Spoilers after the jump!
The killer brother was fairly obvious when they actually got around to introducing him. Where had he been all this time? But it was made up for with the whole double passport method. For a pilot story it was fairly weak but then again this episode wasn't about the murder. It was about Castle and Beckett.
Now that is what you call chemistry. Castle plays the part of a big child well and Beckett, as the 'suffers no fools' cop, can just give as good as she gets. Also it helps that they are both easy to look at.
Now heres hoping that the actually murders get more intricate.