Beckett is contacted by John Raglan, the investigating detective on the homicide of her mother, who is dying and, tormented by his conscience, has information about the original failed investigation. But before he can pass it on, Raglan is murdered by a sniper in front of Castle and Beckett; determined to uncover what Raglan knew, Beckett begins to investigate old leads in her mother's murder, but is soon suspended from the case after her integrity is challenged by her emotional investment. As Ryan and Esposito continue the investigation, Castle and Beckett launch their own unofficial inquiries -- and both teams soon find themselves up against a mysterious individual with power and influence who is willing to kill to ensure his secrets remain safe. Written by
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In the second scene at Beckett's apartment Castle tells Beckett, "I don't hang around here just to annoy you." and a few lines later she asks, "So why do you keep coming back, Rick?" This scene plays off a scene in the pilot where they are looking through his fan mail. In that scene she asks him, "Why are you here, Rick? Are you here to annoy me?". These were the only times she called him Rick to that point. See more
Detective Raglan asks Beckett to meet him at a coffee-shop at 4th and Main. There is no Main street in Manhattan.
Fictional or generic street names that don't necessarily exist in a particular town are often used in movies. This does not constitute a goof. See more
Look, I signed up for this when I put that badge on. You didn't. It's not your fight.
The hell it isn't. I don't hang around you just to annoy you. I don't ride out to murder scenes in the middle of the night to satisfy some morbid curiosity. If that's all this was, I-I would have quit a long time ago.
Well then why do you keep coming back, Rick?
Look, I may not have a badge, unless you count the chocolate one Alexis gave me for my birthday. But I'll tell you this: like it or not, I'm your ...
References Dirty Harry
Written by 'Robert Duncan (VII)' (qv) See more