A woman found drowned in a bathtub full of motor oil is initially identified as a missing suburban housewife, until it's discovered that her identity had been stolen from a deceased child, and that she had been a fugitive from a terrorism charge for two decades. Written by
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While checking the motives of possible suspects Beckett & Castle pay a visit to the captain of the oil tanker who survived the blast. Capt. Pike is covered with burn scars and confined to a wheel chair. Clearly an homage to Capt. Christopher Pike from Star Trek T.O.S. See more
During the game of Texas Hold 'Em between Castle, Beckett, the Mayor, Montgomery, and Markway, players begin betting randomly, and without regard for whose turn it is to legally bet. Montgomery legally takes a turn when he folds after all the other players have called. Then, the Mayor raises out-of-turn, skipping Markway, Castle, and Beckett. Montgomery folds in-turn, but the Mayor again skips Castle and Beckett by folding out-of-turn. Play continues correctly during heads-up. The funniest thing about this scene is that if you only take into account what's happening on the screen, the Mayor appears to raise his own bet, then fold even though no-one else has bet. See more
[Castle challenges Beckett to a poker game at the police station
Comfy with Texas hold'em?
I'm comfy as long as my cards come from the top of the deck.
Huh. What you got up your sleeves?
Aside from my muscular arms?
References Batman: The Movie
Written by 'Robert Duncan (VII)' (qv) See more