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
The victim's husband says that his wife's Social Security number matches that of a child who died at 3 months of age in 1963. Children were not routinely issued Social Security numbers prior to 1986 until they started earning income as teenagers. See more
[Judge Markway at poker game says to Detective Beckett
Oh, do us a favor, Detective, beat his pants off.
[Castle says to Detective Beckett
Yes, please, beat my pants off if you dare.
References Batman: The Movie
Written by 'Robert Duncan (VII)' (qv) See more