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It is revealed in the episode by Sorenson that Beckett once waited in line for an hour just to get one of Castle's books signed, and also how his novels helped her through her mother's death. In the first-season finale, Beckett angrily refuses Castle's help in reopening her mother's murder investigation—having concluded after conducting her own investigations after joining the force that focusing on her mother's death would destroy her life—stating that if Castle interferes, it will end his police collaboration with her.
Despite this, Castle confronts Beckett at the end of the episode with evidence that her mother was targeted for murder. At the beginning of season 2 she forgives Castle for his indiscretion about her mother's murder after he delivers a heartfelt apology. During this period it was also revealed that Beckett speaks Russian after a semester in Kiev between her junior and senior year, as well as spending a brief period modeling when she was seventeen on the grounds that it seemed easier than waitressing although the only shown photograph of her modeling period is her in tennis gear.
Her partnership with Castle is later extended after Castle receives a three-book publishing deal after the success of the debut Nikki Heat novel. Murray, after realizing the wound similarities between the victim and Beckett's mother.
Murray then reveals to Beckett that there is no doubt in his mind, that the victim is killed by the same man that murdered her mother. At first she is informed by a corrupt philanthropist Dick Coonan that it is a contract killer named "Rathborne" that killed her mother and the four other victims. After the exchange goes bust she realizes that Coonan himself is the killer—given that he implied awareness of her connection to "Rathborne" without Beckett having made any reference to her mother's death—and as she goes to arrest and confront him, he takes Castle hostage.
Castle manages to free himself but Coonan comes charging after him, only to have Beckett shoot him in the chest, killing him instantly. Though she gains some closure for having dealt with the assailant that killed her mother, she still must figure out who ordered her mother's death.
In the same episode, Castle states that he will stop shadowing her and feels guilty that Beckett had to kill in order to save his life.
However, Beckett tells him to stay, admitting that she has grown accustomed to Castle "pulling on [her] pigtails"—although she threatens to shoot him if he mentions that to anyone else—that he makes her hard job more fun, and that she wants him to be there when she finally finds whoever ordered her mother's murder. Beckett's training officer after leaving the academy was Mike Royce; who according to Beckett was "the only one who understood the obsession that drove [her]".
One of their cases involved a karaoke bar; another involved a monkey.
While she tells Royce that she was in love with him, she later reveals that she was lying by saying it in order to keep him talking on the phone long enough to get a trace.
However, after telling Castle that she lied about loving Royce, she walks off with tears clearly visible in her eyes. In the episode " Knockdown " John Raglan, the detective who investigated the case of Johanna Beckett's murder, contacts Beckett.
Beckett and Castle meet with him and just as he is about to tell them something about the murder, he is shot by a sniper right before their eyes. Joe had always claimed to be innocent and told a story about cops who tried to kidnap him, but when Arman intervened the cops had him killed. Nobody believed him except Johanna Beckett, who was later killed in the same alley as Arman.
Evidence leads to dirty cops Raglan and McCallister. McCallister had been Arman's partner at the time of his murder. Raglan and McCallister had been kidnapping and blackmailing mobsters until the incident with Arman.
Ryan and Esposito traced down the shooter, a contract killer named Hal Lockwood who appeared out of the blue in The two detectives get kidnapped by him and are tortured until Castle and Beckett save them. Both Lockwood and McCallister were arrested. In the course of this investigation Beckett reveals her home-made murder board for the case to Castle, which she built the summer before.
In the season three finale " Knockout " Lockwood kills McCallister behind bars and breaks free at his official hearing at court. From now on he is hunting down Beckett. It is revealed that there was a third cop involved in the murder of Arman—Beckett's current captain, Roy Montgomery.
He admits he shot Arman, but also tells her that he has all the necessary evidence to bring the so-called dragon down. He confesses everything to Beckett and sacrifices himself for her. His last act before dying is killing Lockwood. At his funeral Beckett gets shot by another unknown sniper. While she is lying on the ground Castle finally confesses his love for her.
In the season four premiere " Rise " Beckett barely survives the assassination attempt on her and takes three months off to recuperate. In this time Castle, Ryan and Esposito were tracking the money of Montgomery, Raglan and McCallister, but the evidence was destroyed in a fire in Beckett doesn't want to believe this, and only after Castle has a long talk to her does Beckett decide to see her therapist again. Castle only talked so seriously to her about this because of a call he received from a "mysterious man", who claimed to be an old friend of Montgomery and in possession of the evidence against the dragon and is now blackmailing him in order to keep Beckett safe.
Later in the fourth season, in the episode " Dial M for Mayor " the case surfaces again, but only Castle realizes this thanks to the "mysterious man", who informs him that the dragon wants to blame Castle's old friend the mayor with the murder of a young woman in order to get rid of the mayor and Castle.
Without Castle there would be nobody who could keep Beckett from investigating her mother's case and as soon she does this, the deal between the "mysterious man" and the "dragon" is over and Beckett would no longer be safe.
The "mysterious man" arranges for another man who looks guilty to take the fall, but if he is really the murderer is not completely clear. In the season four finale " Always ", Cole Maddox, the man who shot Beckett in the season three finale, returns and tries to find the "mysterious man" who is blackmailing his employer the "dragon". Castle tries to talk Beckett out of everything, but as soon he reveals the existence of his mysterious informant Beckett breaks off her partnership with him.
Castle is more willing to go than ever before, but he just can't let Beckett throw her life away again. Beckett and Esposito trace down Maddox alone, who defeats both of them and leaves Beckett hanging on the edge of a tall building. In this moment she realizes that Castle is more important to her than justice for her mother. After Gates suspends her and Esposito, she quits and goes directly to Castle. While the two are spending their first night together, Maddox visits the "mysterious man" and threatens him.
In the season five premiere " After the Storm ", Castle, Beckett and Ryan manage to trace down the "mysterious man" — Michael Smith, an old friend of Montgomery. When Beckett and Castle find him he is in a very bad shape: Maddox had tortured him to learn where the files are. One of them is burned in Smith's fireplace, another one is hidden in an old storage building.
Castle and Beckett head there, but Maddox was waiting for them.
Esposito turns up and frees the two out of their hostage situation. Meanwhile, Maddox tries to open the safe with the files, but he is killed by a booby trap and the file is destroyed. The team attempt to reconstruct the files and discover an account number of U.
Senator and former New York assistant district attorney William Bracken, revealing that he is the "dragon". After they are told Smith is out of surgery, Beckett and Castle go to see him, but he refuses to help them. He is then murdered by one of Bracken's men, though it is made to look like a heart attack. Beckett goes to Bracken and threatens him with the bluff that she has a third copy of the files, and that she is going to publish them if he goes near her or somebody she cares about.
Beckett had recently discovered that Bracken was using Vulcan's drug money to prepare a run for the presidency. Bracken captures her, actually berates her for not appreciating that ordering her mother's death eventually made Beckett the good cop she is today, then leaves his thugs to kill her.
She escapes by killing the thugs. Smith returns, having staged his death in season five to escape Bracken's attention. Smith reveals that there may be a tape recording of Bracken admitting to murder. Beckett remembers how, years earlier, Captain Montgomery gave her advice to search for clues in her mother's appointment book and tape recordings.
Castle helps her deduce where the tape is, and it reveals then Assistant D. Bracken was blackmailing Montgomery and his friends for their mobster extortion scheme and their killing of FBI agent Arman, admits that he wrongly convicted Pulgatti for the killing, and states that he will have Pulgatti's "bitch lawyer Johanna Beckett" killed if she keeps poking around, admitting that he has had other people killed.
Montgomery has reached from beyond the grave to help his detective close the case. Beckett is in tears when she finally arrests Bracken "for conspiracy, fraud, and the murder of my mother" during a live televised interview, in his Senate Office, as he announces his plans to run for the presidency. Personal life[ edit ] In " Under the Gun ", Beckett tells Castle that she has a '94 Harley softail motorbike, which she worked through high school to pay for. When he asks why she will not show him a picture of the bike, she says it is because she does not think he could handle the sight of her "straddling it in tight black leather".
In " Last Call ", Beckett revealed that she has a tattoo. She also displayed her singing talents with the rest of her team. In the Season 5 episode " The Final Frontier ", Castle finds out that Beckett was and possibly still is a huge fan of a short-lived sci-fi series called Nebula 9, so much so that she was part of a Nebula 9 fan-gang in college.
Later a picture even shows her dressed up like her favorite character. When she interrogates Officer Hastings, who has been fighting crime as a vigilante called Lone Vengeance and is suspected of killing a man that knew her double identity, it turns out that the two of them are very similar in that they lost one of their parents when someone murdered them and have allowed that to drive their careers towards the police force in order to make justice.
It also turns out that she has a boyfriend who works as a journalist and writes a comic about what Lone Vengeance does. Beckett tells her to stop letting her past define her life. When it is found that Officer Hastings is innocent, the officer and the journalist leave the precinct and kiss passionately as the lift door closes. Castle comments on the similarity between the couple the officer and the journalist make and the relationship between himself and Beckett.
In the season three finale " Knockout ", after Beckett has been shot by a sniper, Castle tells her that he loves her. In season four premiere " Rise ", Beckett says she does not remember anything about her shooting implying that she didn't hear Castle's declaration but it is later discovered that she remembers everything that happened that day.
During Season 4, Castle discovers that Beckett does remember him saying that he loved her but she can't be honest about her feelings. In later conversations with her therapist and friend Lanie, Beckett is reminded that Castle may not wait for her to return his feelings and she'll be faced with the fact that he's moved on.
During the season finale " Always ", however, Castle restates to Beckett that he loves her and although they immediately break up their partnership, at the end of the episode, they finally kiss.
During Season 5, their romantic relationship continues to be explored. At the end of season five Castle proposes to Beckett, and in the sixth-season premiere she accepts his proposal and in the season 7 episode "Time Of Our Lives", they get married.
Richard Castle[ edit ] Beckett's relationship with Castle is strained from the start as she finds him to be annoying and reckless. However, she warms up to him after seeing how useful he is on cases, which he often solves by noticing things that no one else did. The two also begin to develop a strong friendship and to care deeply for each other. In " Flowers for Your Grave ", Castle gives Beckett a brief kiss on the cheek when he gives her an early release copy of his last Derek Storm novel.
At one point, Beckett challenges Castle to guess why she is a cop instead of a more stereotypical profession. Guessing that she came from upper middle class, that she lost someone close to her, and that the killer was never caught.
Seeing her watch him peg her closer and closer until he finishes, she is obviously bothered by his accuracy. Then, at the end of the episode, he asks her out and when she says no, he says, "It would have been great". She replies, "You have no idea. In " Hedge Fund Homeboys ", for the first time, Beckett starts to soften up for Castle by joking with him about all the schools that he was kicked out of and now that he's become famous, they all claim him as an alumnus. Additionally, Beckett is starting to be able to 'read' Castle to know some of his 'looks'.
In " A Chill Goes Through Her Veins ", Beckett first reveals to Castle that it was her mother that was murdered when she was 19 years old and how it happened. However, they soon realize that they have been tricked and that the actual killer was someone to whom they had just granted immunity in exchange for the identity of the "real" killer. Castle is taken hostage at gunpoint and Beckett is forced to shoot and kill the suspect before she can find out who hired him to kill her mother.
Castle, feeling guilty that she lost her only lead to save his life, decides to end their partnership, but Beckett asks him to stay because, when she finally learns who ordered the hit on her mother, she wants him there with her.
In " The Third Man ", Castle observes that being excited about a man is unusual behavior for Beckett when he notices her playing with her hair while organizing a date with a fire fighter Lanie sets her up with.Castle 5x03 Moment: That's not the owing I mean - Handle what? - Nothing - Caskett Almost Got Outed
At the end of the episode, Castle and Beckett go to get burgers together as they discuss their boredom on their respective dates. As they walk out the precinct arm-in-arm, Beckett unconsciously plays with her hair, implying that she is interested in Castle. Further, Beckett only asked Lanie to set her up once Castle revealed he had a date. In " Tick Tick Tick When Beckett becomes the ultimate target of a serial killer who is obsessed with her being "Nikki Heat", she is almost killed after he blows up her apartment.
In order to protect her, Castle allows her to stay with him in his apartment, where she makes him breakfast as a thank you. In " Love Me Dead ", Beckett's relationship with Castle is further demonstrated by Alexis, who looks up to her and sees her as a friend and surrogate mother at times, even secretly asking her advice on a foreign exchange program to France. In " Under the Gun ", Beckett also dispenses parenting advice, telling Castle that Alexis is entering her "wild-child phase", and jokingly makes references to some rebellious things she did as a teenager, which Castle is very interested in hearing more about.
In " A Deadly Game ", Beckett is on the brink of telling Castle about her feelings for him when his ex-wife Gina shows up to go to the Hamptons with him, saying he'll "See [Beckett] in the fall". They do not share any communication whatsoever during the summer. In " Deadly Affair ", Beckett and her team find Castle at a crime scene in the season three premiere and arrest him for murder which she gladly does because he didn't call her to inform that he was back in townbut after he is proved innocent she sets him loose.
Beckett possibly "loses" a bet with Castle regarding who would discover evidence leading to the next stage of their investigation first- although they both received the evidence simultaneously- which then results in him being reinstated as her partner.
In " He's Dead, She's Dead ", it is revealed that Beckett has looked at the biography page of Castle's official website, and thus knows his middle name is "Edgar". This could be relevant because the daughter of the murder victim foresaw that someone with the name Alexander will save her life one day. In " Anatomy of a Murder " Castle is having a discussion with Martha near the end and she states: Because, that, my boy is True Love. I'd get you out.
She states, "I'm so glad you're okay! Later, at the end of the episode, Castle talks about how awful he feels that he let the killer get away and Beckett tells him that she knows how it feels. She then puts her hand on his knee and he puts his on top of hers as they sit there. Unbeknownst to Beckett, Castle turned Rhodes down, because he felt that she was only acting out a fantasy he created noting later to Beckett that sleeping with a woman posing as a fictional version of her would be too " meta ".
In " Knockdown ", Castle and Beckett get involved in a strenuous kiss as a way to distract a guard, but afterwards, it is clearly seen by both their faces and Castle's first comment that they felt something more. Later, during the final gun battle with 'Lockwood', he has Beckett targeted and is just waiting for her to show her face for a head shot.
Castle becomes aware of it, sneaks up behind 'Lockwood', and jumps him just as he's about to shoot Beckett.
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With gusto, Castle knocks him down, giving him 3 hard punches to his jaw, knocking him out. Beckett notes his bravery to save her and is there at the end to help gently bandage his hand. In " Setup ", Castle and Beckett can be seen in a concealed tarp together after being exposed to high levels of radiation. Castle asks Beckett about her recent trouble with Josh her current boyfriend and she responds by telling Castle about how Josh has been away a lot, and how she wants him to be there for her.
Unfortunately, a man comes and interrupts before Castle can say something to Kate that could probably change their relationship. In " Countdown ", Castle and Beckett are locked inside a giant freezer after raiding the location where a bomb is believed to be held.
Fearing that they are both going to die as no one knows where they are, they eventually huddle together to keep warm, but are both very weak from the cold. Beckett thanks Castle for being there with her and Castle replies that he always will be. Beckett touches his face and says "I just want you to know that I.
Castle tries to wake her up, but he soon passes out as well. However, they are soon rescued by Esposito and Ryan. After finding the bomb later on near the end of the episode, Castle and Beckett realize that it is too late for a bomb squad.
Holding hands, they look into each other's eyes and then with less than a second left, Castle yanks all the wires out, miraculously defusing the bomb as the timer hits 0: Relieved, he and Beckett hug. At the end of the day, Castle walks to the elevator, leaving Beckett and Josh to themselves. As Beckett is hugging Josh, she looks on at Castle until he's in the elevator. Castle looks completely heartbroken at the fact that they faced certain death twice and yet, neither one of them expressed their true feelings.
At the end of the episode, Castle admits openly to being jealous, and she turns the writer down, calling herself a "one writer girl". When Castle thanks her, she replies "always". In " Knockout ", Beckett tells Castle he and she are "over" after his unsuccessful attempt to dissuade her from continuing her obsessive pursuit of Hal Lockwood, an assassin connected to her mother's murder.
While they fight Castle tells Beckett that he doesn't understand what their relationship is; that they "nearly died frozen in each other's arms", kissed, held hands, and spend their free time together, but they never talk about any of it. He also accuses her of "hiding" in relationships with men she doesn't love. While delivering a eulogy at Montgomery's funeral, Castle sees in the distance the sun reflecting off what he realizes to be a sniper rifle that is aimed at Beckett.
Together with the division chiefs, Captain Roy Montgomery Ruben Santiago-Hudson in the first three seasons and Captain Victoria Gates Penny Johnson in Season 4, they have become a formidable group of characters who, just like the rest of us, have many failings.
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We have welcomed them all into our living rooms on a regular basis, learning along with them as they progress through life. Castle in revealing his feelings for her tells her she must let it go or it will destroy her as well. Not having enough regard for the wisdom of his advice she charges on regardless and he, resigned to the inevitable decides it is he who must move on.
He resigns from the unit and leaves, subsequently rejecting all her calls for assistance. Instead of answers we find that we only have more clues to follow. Ryan, ordered to stay behind, finds that he has a difficult decision to make if the members of the team are to stay alive.
As she dangles dangerously off the side of a building with only a few moments left before she more than likely plummets to her death it is Castle Kate calls for, finally realizing all along that he was just wanting to protect her. She calls to him, but it is not Castle who comes but Ryan, thankfully disobeying direct orders. Questioned by the chief Kate dramatically resigns from being a detective after her judgment and motives are called into question.
Beckett, what do you want?