“Castle” Season 6 Episode 20 “That 70’s Show” was aired on Monday, April 21, 2014 at 10 p.m. on ABC. Read on to find out more about MNG’s “Castle” recap of Season 6 Episode 20 “That 70’s Show.”
“Castle” Season 6 Episode 20 “That 70’s Show” Episode Recap:
“Castle” Season 6 Episode 20 “That 70’s Show” (air date: April 21, 2014) follows the month-long hiatus after “Castle” Season 6 Episode 19 “The Greater Good” was aired on March 24, 2014.
ABC reported that Castle and his team will take on the case of the 30-something man who went missing in the 70s. Back to the present, his body was found in concrete of a building.
The episode won’t be complete without the much-talked wedding preparations of Richard Castle (Nathan Fillion) and Kate Beckett (Stana Katic.) They even asked Martha Rodgers (Susan Sullivan) for tips until she went over the top with almost all of her suggestion including a ‘tunnel of love’-inspired wedding aisle and a large wedding photo made out of flowers.
Back to the case, the man who they found was a well-known leader of a mafia named Vince Bianci. Their investigations led to a list of deceased crime heads and dons except one-a man named Frank Russo. Russo was a friend of Bianci who took over the crime family when he died.
Russo and his wife were investigated and gave Castle some information about Harold Leon, Bianci’s closest friend and advisor. Castle thought that Ruosso was already weird by wearing 70’s attire, but they found out Harold believes that they were still in that era. They learned that Harold was in the “pathological grieving” state of mind. It lets him refuse to accept the present time. It started during the time Bianci went missing.
Harold was a man who is really hard to crack. He told them that he is willing to talk in the station and when he sees the body. They even made a replica of Bianci’s body just for Harold’s request. At the morgue, they were threatened by a gunman.
Castle even sought out the help of Martha for re-vamping the station. Good thing, Gates was out of town. Also, the entire team have donned their best 70’s attire to complete their get-up. In the office, everyone is dressed in the 70’s that it looked like an advanced celebration of Halloween. Alexis Castle (Molly Quinn) wore a halter top while Javier Esposito (Jon Huertas) and Kevin Ryan (Seamus Dever) tried to replicate two legendary NYPD officers Snookie Watts and Ray Price. The setup was really believable on Harold’s part that he shared about the club where Bianci was last seen.
Captain Gates (Penny Johnson Jerald) was indeed angry after seeing the new groovy makeover of the office. Fortunately, it was replaced with joy when they learned about the shooter’s identity, which was Robert Decker. He was hired by someone to kill Harold.
Meanwhile, Harold admitted that the almost shootout scene helped. It snapped Harold out of his delusions. Then, he regains his conscience that it’s about time to let Bianci go.
He said that it’s true that Bianci booked the Glitterati club in order to propose to the love of his life. Russo thought that it was the sister of another mob leader Michael Carano, but it wasn’t a woman. It was actually Harold and Vince, who were in love.
Already knowing that they won’t end up in the end, they both decide that Bianci should marry the girl to reunite their mafia families. In the end, it was revealed that the killer was Maria, Frank Russo’s wife and the mystery sister of Carcano.
This week’s episode ended with a night of disco dancing in honor of Bianci, Harold’s other half. Harold convinced Castle and his entire gang to join him at the Glitterati.
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“Castle” Season 6 Episode 20 “That 70’s Show” is directed by John Terlesky and written by David Amann. After “That 70’s show”, “Mad Men” Season 6 Episode 21 “Law & Boarder” is set to air on April 28, 2014.
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