While investigating the death of an Irish mobster, Beckett and Castle uncover a local turf war that may be connected to both a late-night infomercial guru and an international drug smuggling operation. But the case turns agonizingly personal when evidence emerges that the killer they're chasing may have had a hand in Beckett's mother's murder. Written by
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This is the first time Beckett admits she enjoys having Castle around at the precinct. In previous episodes, she only showed a disdainful tolerance of his presence. See more
When Montgomery calls Beckett into his office and offers her his "poor man's painkiller," you can see her open the flask and take a drink as the camera focuses past her on Montgomery. The camera then immediately changes angles to view her from the front, and she can be seen opening the flask again and drinking from it, though she had no time to lower her hand or close the flask. See more
Did my brother suffer?
Thank you for your honesty. I guess you could have lied to me.
No, I couldn't. I've been on your side of the table, and when I was, what I needed most was the truth.
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