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Castle Season 5 Finale “Watershed” Preview [PHOTOS and VIDEO] 

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Wow, season 5 of Castle have flown by.  It seems like just yesterday we were seeing on our TV screens (with all the screaming Caskett fans in the background!) Beckett finally telling Castle that she wanted him, and only him.  Unfortunately, now, just one season later, that relationship may be in serious jeopardy.

In the season 5 finale titled “Watershed”, an interview with a high-profile federal law enforcement agency forces Beckett to reconsider what she wants out of her job — and out of her relationship with Castle.  Is her relationship with Castle worth leaving behind the opportunity of a lifetime?  I have already screened the episode, folks, and I can tell you without giving everything away that it doesn’t leave the Caskett fans optimistic that the relationship will work out.

Also, unlike some previous “Castle” finales, there is actually a case, and one that takes up a good deal of time in the episode.  The homicide involves a young woman who is found floating inside the water tank of a skid row flop house, but as the team investigate, they discover that her final resting place is just one of many strange things about her death.

Kyle Secor (Homicide: Life on the Street) guest stars as Anthony Freedman, an Investigator for the United States Attorney General’s office.

The season 5 finale of Castle airs tonight at 10 p.m. EST on ABC.  For those who cannot not wait, below are some sneak peeks and photos.

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