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Flowers for your Grave is the Season 1 pilot (Episode 101)
 
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'''Original Air Date''' March 9, 2009
 
'''Original Air Date''' March 9, 2009

Revision as of 07:08, 30 May 2010

Flowers for your Grave is the Season 1 pilot (Episode 101)

Original Air Date March 9, 2009

Also Aired on: March 14, 2009


Summary

Mystery novelist Richard Castle is questioned by police after two murders bear a strong resemblance to the murders in his novels. Later, Castle finds himself helping to investigate the crime displaying a unique insight into the true motivation of the killer.

On the home front, Castle’s mother has moved in with him and his daughter Alexis. Both are concerned that he hasn’t been writing for some time and his publisher (and ex-wife) is putting on the pressure for his next novel.

Episode Images

Credits

Main Cast

Guest Cast

  • Frank McNulty – Colby French
  • Judge Markway – Dan Castellaneta
  • Gina Cowell – Monet Mazur
  • Himself – Stephen J. Cannell
  • Giggling Girl – Sara DeRosa
  • Jonathan Tisdale – Keir Dullea
  • Himself – James Patterson
  • Frank McNulty – Colby French
  • Receptionist – Caitlin McHugh
  • Book Release Party Guest – Maria Diaz
  • Elite Guest – Jason Mulcahy
  • Allison Tisdale – Kym Jackson
  • Gold Digger – Stephanie Scionti
  • Kyle Cabot – Kurt David Anderson
  • - Tony Aaron II
  • Bartender – Andrew Stewart Jones
  • Harrison Tisdale – Brian Avers
  • Roommate – Andrew Craghan
  • Golan – Kevin Jiggetts
  • Cop #2 – Joey Auzenne
  • Silver Fox – Ian Jarvis
  • Background Book Signing Gala Attendee (uncredited) – Quarles Antoine
  • Publisher (uncredited) – Edward M. Kelahan

Director

  • Rob Bowman

Writer

  • Andrew W. Marlowe

Ratings Information

March 9, 2009 11.8mil

Trivia

  • The original pilot was 38 minutes long and filmed in New York, when the series was picked up additional scenes were added and parts of the existing footage were re-filmed in Los Angeles.
  • Seamus Dever was not in the original pilot but added once the series was picked up.