When the body of a dockworker turned bar owner is found floating in the East River, Castle and Beckett's investigation takes them into the forgotten tunnels and passageways of turn-of-the-century New York, where they uncover a secret that's been buried since the days of Prohibition. The story celebrates New York bar culture, setting Castle on a quest to preserve history by buying a bar of his very own. Written by
Did You Know?
The short tune the piano player plays when greeting Castle is the opening notes to Castle's leitmotif in the show. See more
When Beckett is showing Capt. Montgomery the map of the sewers she follows the 22nd Street sewer line with her finger. However, instead of "22nd St." the map reads "22rd St." See more
So, this "piece of crap" we're looking for, Magoo, is a priceless red bottle of Scotch.
Yeah, it had a price, all right. Though it was pretty tasty.
Tasty? You describe a 135 year old bottle of Scotch as "tasty"?
I mean, you know, after I mixed in a little root beer.