The film noir episode that Castle fans have been waiting for is finally here on February 6, and Wetpaint Entertainment has some exclusive details about “The Blue Butterfly.”
“I didn't think we'd get to this episode until the eighth season because it's such a departure from what normally happens in the show,” says Seamus Dever, who plays detective Kevin Ryan.
When Rick Castle discovers a journal of a private investigator back in the '40s, which is connected to the murder that the team is trying to solve in present time, we get to see past events through his eyes.
“He imagines these flashbacks to 1947, and we're all dressed up in '40s costumes, in this beautiful Copacabana type club,” says Seamus.
“Tamala Jones gets to play a torch singer, and she's really singing in it. I get to play an Irish mobster, and Esposito plays a Cuban mobster. I got to do an Irish accent! So we get to play thugs. It's the opposite of our characters and it was kick ass fun!”
But it’s not just the visuals — and the kiss between Castle and Beckett’s alter egos — that’s worth tuning in for.
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