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Golden Triangle: Part 2 

Lt. Castillo must bring down his old enemy, who has passed his organization to his grandsons. They have kidnapped Castillo's long-lost wife to ensure their escape from prosecution.

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Lao Li
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Second Grandson
Kevin Gray ...
First Grandson
John Santucci ...
Dale Menton
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May Ying
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Howie Wong
Glenn Kubota ...
Ma Sek
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Lt. Castillo must bring down his old enemy, who has passed his organization to his grandsons. They have kidnapped Castillo's long-lost wife to ensure their escape from prosecution.

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Dale Menton's robe alternates between partially open, and fully closed in the scene where Crocket and Tubbs confront him with the threat of prosecution under the RICO statute. See more »

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Poison Ivy
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Written by Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller
Performed by The Coasters
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Excellent episode revealing more about the mysterious Castillo
23 March 2007 | by (England) – See all my reviews

For those who may have originally dismissed Martin Castillo as a boring suit when he arrived to replace the ill-fated Rodriguez, this episode reveals the mysterious lieutenant to be one of the most interesting characters in the show.

Opening with a flashback of a younger Castillo enjoying a dip in the sea and enjoying time with his beautiful wife, the second part of "Golden Triangle" wastes no time in getting down to business. With a well-scripted plot, great direction and superb performances, this is a corking 45 minutes of television. The budget is evident in every scene and there's plenty of impressive machinery on display, including a fridge-white Lamborghini Countach.

The always watchable Joan Chen plays Castillo's wife from his past, May Ying.

A very satisfying episode - 10 out of 10.


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