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Castle Setup (TV Episode 2011) - IMDb


Cynthia had been an eco-terrorist. Following the Exxon Valdez oil spill, she had plotted with Susan Mailer and Jared Swanstrom to place a bomb on an oil tanker. Swanstrom built the bomb, and Mailer and Dern intended to plant the bomb when no one was aboard.

However, the ship's Captain, Sam Pike , had somehow gotten aboard without them seeing. The bomb was already set, and Mailer wanted to go back and defuse it. Dern wanted the bomb to go off as planned. The two argued, and then Mailer ran back while Dern made her escape. Before Mailer could get to the bomb, it exploded, crippling the captain and killing Mailer.

Cynthia told Swanstrom that he'd made a mistake with the bomb and it had gone off too early. Cynthia wanted to run, but, wracked with guilt over causing Susan Mailer's death, Jared had a breakdown.

In a case of truly unfortunate timing, TNT on Thursday aired a syndicated installment of Castle that featured a bomb storyline.

The network quickly apologized for the error and released the following statement to TV Guide Magazine : “We deeply regret any distress that Thursday night’s episode may have caused.”

This is not the first controversy surrounding Castle in the wake of this week’s Boston Marathon bombing: ABC on Wednesday delayed another bomb-centric episode of the dramedy, pushing it back to April 29.

The series was preceded by three television movies, which aired on Bravo! from 2004 to 2005. These featured a different cast: Peter Outerbridge as Murdoch, Keeley Hawes as Doctor Ogden, Matthew MacFadzean as Constable Crabtree, and Colm Meaney as Inspector Brackenreid. [1]

Murdoch Mysteries aired on Citytv for five seasons before being cancelled. [2] It was then picked up by CBC , where it has aired since season six. [3] The show airs in the UK on Alibi , and is co-produced by Alibi's parent company, UKTV . It has also been aired in the United States on Ovation under the title The Artful Detective .

In March 2017, the show was renewed for an 18 episode eleventh season, which premiered on September 25, 2017. [4] As of January 22, 2018, [update] 162 episodes of Murdoch Mysteries  have aired, including three specials.

Beckett discovers Nikki Heat and tries to make Castle change the name in the episode " Hell Hath No Fury ," despite Castle's pleas about the potential titles offered by such a name.

Nikki and Rook also made a cameo appearance in Richard Castle's Derrick Storm novel,  Storm Front , where they interviewed Storm after he was detained by the NYPD for being in the room with a dead body.

Serial killer Scott Dunn became fixated on Nikki Heat/Kate Beckett after reading the book; FBI agent Jordan Shaw concluded that this fixation was caused because, like Dunn's habit of committing murder sprees to write about them, Heat/Beckett represented a detective who was both real and imaginary at the same time.

Cynthia had been an eco-terrorist. Following the Exxon Valdez oil spill, she had plotted with Susan Mailer and Jared Swanstrom to place a bomb on an oil tanker. Swanstrom built the bomb, and Mailer and Dern intended to plant the bomb when no one was aboard.

However, the ship's Captain, Sam Pike , had somehow gotten aboard without them seeing. The bomb was already set, and Mailer wanted to go back and defuse it. Dern wanted the bomb to go off as planned. The two argued, and then Mailer ran back while Dern made her escape. Before Mailer could get to the bomb, it exploded, crippling the captain and killing Mailer.

Cynthia told Swanstrom that he'd made a mistake with the bomb and it had gone off too early. Cynthia wanted to run, but, wracked with guilt over causing Susan Mailer's death, Jared had a breakdown.

In a case of truly unfortunate timing, TNT on Thursday aired a syndicated installment of Castle that featured a bomb storyline.

The network quickly apologized for the error and released the following statement to TV Guide Magazine : “We deeply regret any distress that Thursday night’s episode may have caused.”

This is not the first controversy surrounding Castle in the wake of this week’s Boston Marathon bombing: ABC on Wednesday delayed another bomb-centric episode of the dramedy, pushing it back to April 29.

The series was preceded by three television movies, which aired on Bravo! from 2004 to 2005. These featured a different cast: Peter Outerbridge as Murdoch, Keeley Hawes as Doctor Ogden, Matthew MacFadzean as Constable Crabtree, and Colm Meaney as Inspector Brackenreid. [1]

Murdoch Mysteries aired on Citytv for five seasons before being cancelled. [2] It was then picked up by CBC , where it has aired since season six. [3] The show airs in the UK on Alibi , and is co-produced by Alibi's parent company, UKTV . It has also been aired in the United States on Ovation under the title The Artful Detective .

In March 2017, the show was renewed for an 18 episode eleventh season, which premiered on September 25, 2017. [4] As of January 22, 2018, [update] 162 episodes of Murdoch Mysteries  have aired, including three specials.

Beckett discovers Nikki Heat and tries to make Castle change the name in the episode " Hell Hath No Fury ," despite Castle's pleas about the potential titles offered by such a name.

Nikki and Rook also made a cameo appearance in Richard Castle's Derrick Storm novel,  Storm Front , where they interviewed Storm after he was detained by the NYPD for being in the room with a dead body.

Serial killer Scott Dunn became fixated on Nikki Heat/Kate Beckett after reading the book; FBI agent Jordan Shaw concluded that this fixation was caused because, like Dunn's habit of committing murder sprees to write about them, Heat/Beckett represented a detective who was both real and imaginary at the same time.

ABC defused a potential controversy by pushing back a bomb-themed episode of “Castle” by a week in deference to the victims of the Boston Marathon attacks .

The episode, which had originally been scheduled to run on Monday, centers on efforts to deactivate an explosive after Stana Katic’s NYPD Detective Kate Beckett trips a detonator by stepping on it, TV Line first reported.

By moving the episode, entitled “Still,” back a week, the network is hoping the added time will give viewers of the police procedural some emotional distance from the bombings that claimed the lives of three bystanders and left 183 others injured.

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Cynthia had been an eco-terrorist. Following the Exxon Valdez oil spill, she had plotted with Susan Mailer and Jared Swanstrom to place a bomb on an oil tanker. Swanstrom built the bomb, and Mailer and Dern intended to plant the bomb when no one was aboard.

However, the ship's Captain, Sam Pike , had somehow gotten aboard without them seeing. The bomb was already set, and Mailer wanted to go back and defuse it. Dern wanted the bomb to go off as planned. The two argued, and then Mailer ran back while Dern made her escape. Before Mailer could get to the bomb, it exploded, crippling the captain and killing Mailer.

Cynthia told Swanstrom that he'd made a mistake with the bomb and it had gone off too early. Cynthia wanted to run, but, wracked with guilt over causing Susan Mailer's death, Jared had a breakdown.

In a case of truly unfortunate timing, TNT on Thursday aired a syndicated installment of Castle that featured a bomb storyline.

The network quickly apologized for the error and released the following statement to TV Guide Magazine : “We deeply regret any distress that Thursday night’s episode may have caused.”

This is not the first controversy surrounding Castle in the wake of this week’s Boston Marathon bombing: ABC on Wednesday delayed another bomb-centric episode of the dramedy, pushing it back to April 29.

The series was preceded by three television movies, which aired on Bravo! from 2004 to 2005. These featured a different cast: Peter Outerbridge as Murdoch, Keeley Hawes as Doctor Ogden, Matthew MacFadzean as Constable Crabtree, and Colm Meaney as Inspector Brackenreid. [1]

Murdoch Mysteries aired on Citytv for five seasons before being cancelled. [2] It was then picked up by CBC , where it has aired since season six. [3] The show airs in the UK on Alibi , and is co-produced by Alibi's parent company, UKTV . It has also been aired in the United States on Ovation under the title The Artful Detective .

In March 2017, the show was renewed for an 18 episode eleventh season, which premiered on September 25, 2017. [4] As of January 22, 2018, [update] 162 episodes of Murdoch Mysteries  have aired, including three specials.

Cynthia had been an eco-terrorist. Following the Exxon Valdez oil spill, she had plotted with Susan Mailer and Jared Swanstrom to place a bomb on an oil tanker. Swanstrom built the bomb, and Mailer and Dern intended to plant the bomb when no one was aboard.

However, the ship's Captain, Sam Pike , had somehow gotten aboard without them seeing. The bomb was already set, and Mailer wanted to go back and defuse it. Dern wanted the bomb to go off as planned. The two argued, and then Mailer ran back while Dern made her escape. Before Mailer could get to the bomb, it exploded, crippling the captain and killing Mailer.

Cynthia told Swanstrom that he'd made a mistake with the bomb and it had gone off too early. Cynthia wanted to run, but, wracked with guilt over causing Susan Mailer's death, Jared had a breakdown.

Cynthia had been an eco-terrorist. Following the Exxon Valdez oil spill, she had plotted with Susan Mailer and Jared Swanstrom to place a bomb on an oil tanker. Swanstrom built the bomb, and Mailer and Dern intended to plant the bomb when no one was aboard.

However, the ship's Captain, Sam Pike , had somehow gotten aboard without them seeing. The bomb was already set, and Mailer wanted to go back and defuse it. Dern wanted the bomb to go off as planned. The two argued, and then Mailer ran back while Dern made her escape. Before Mailer could get to the bomb, it exploded, crippling the captain and killing Mailer.

Cynthia told Swanstrom that he'd made a mistake with the bomb and it had gone off too early. Cynthia wanted to run, but, wracked with guilt over causing Susan Mailer's death, Jared had a breakdown.

In a case of truly unfortunate timing, TNT on Thursday aired a syndicated installment of Castle that featured a bomb storyline.

The network quickly apologized for the error and released the following statement to TV Guide Magazine : “We deeply regret any distress that Thursday night’s episode may have caused.”

This is not the first controversy surrounding Castle in the wake of this week’s Boston Marathon bombing: ABC on Wednesday delayed another bomb-centric episode of the dramedy, pushing it back to April 29.

Cynthia had been an eco-terrorist. Following the Exxon Valdez oil spill, she had plotted with Susan Mailer and Jared Swanstrom to place a bomb on an oil tanker. Swanstrom built the bomb, and Mailer and Dern intended to plant the bomb when no one was aboard.

However, the ship's Captain, Sam Pike , had somehow gotten aboard without them seeing. The bomb was already set, and Mailer wanted to go back and defuse it. Dern wanted the bomb to go off as planned. The two argued, and then Mailer ran back while Dern made her escape. Before Mailer could get to the bomb, it exploded, crippling the captain and killing Mailer.

Cynthia told Swanstrom that he'd made a mistake with the bomb and it had gone off too early. Cynthia wanted to run, but, wracked with guilt over causing Susan Mailer's death, Jared had a breakdown.

In a case of truly unfortunate timing, TNT on Thursday aired a syndicated installment of Castle that featured a bomb storyline.

The network quickly apologized for the error and released the following statement to TV Guide Magazine : “We deeply regret any distress that Thursday night’s episode may have caused.”

This is not the first controversy surrounding Castle in the wake of this week’s Boston Marathon bombing: ABC on Wednesday delayed another bomb-centric episode of the dramedy, pushing it back to April 29.

The series was preceded by three television movies, which aired on Bravo! from 2004 to 2005. These featured a different cast: Peter Outerbridge as Murdoch, Keeley Hawes as Doctor Ogden, Matthew MacFadzean as Constable Crabtree, and Colm Meaney as Inspector Brackenreid. [1]

Murdoch Mysteries aired on Citytv for five seasons before being cancelled. [2] It was then picked up by CBC , where it has aired since season six. [3] The show airs in the UK on Alibi , and is co-produced by Alibi's parent company, UKTV . It has also been aired in the United States on Ovation under the title The Artful Detective .

In March 2017, the show was renewed for an 18 episode eleventh season, which premiered on September 25, 2017. [4] As of January 22, 2018, [update] 162 episodes of Murdoch Mysteries  have aired, including three specials.

Beckett discovers Nikki Heat and tries to make Castle change the name in the episode " Hell Hath No Fury ," despite Castle's pleas about the potential titles offered by such a name.

Nikki and Rook also made a cameo appearance in Richard Castle's Derrick Storm novel,  Storm Front , where they interviewed Storm after he was detained by the NYPD for being in the room with a dead body.

Serial killer Scott Dunn became fixated on Nikki Heat/Kate Beckett after reading the book; FBI agent Jordan Shaw concluded that this fixation was caused because, like Dunn's habit of committing murder sprees to write about them, Heat/Beckett represented a detective who was both real and imaginary at the same time.

ABC defused a potential controversy by pushing back a bomb-themed episode of “Castle” by a week in deference to the victims of the Boston Marathon attacks .

The episode, which had originally been scheduled to run on Monday, centers on efforts to deactivate an explosive after Stana Katic’s NYPD Detective Kate Beckett trips a detonator by stepping on it, TV Line first reported.

By moving the episode, entitled “Still,” back a week, the network is hoping the added time will give viewers of the police procedural some emotional distance from the bombings that claimed the lives of three bystanders and left 183 others injured.


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