Clever Castle's ideas get him and Becket to find the dirty bomb, but locked in a refrigeration car incommunicado. Luckily Ryan and Esposito ignore priority orders to have them found, and hence the bomb's trail. Agent Mark Fallon lifts their official ban from the case and follows Castle's next ideas about identity, widows and an Afghan-military connection. Add Fallon's interrogation zeal and they're just in time to discover the dark motive and find the bomb, but armed and about to explode and wipe out Manhattan. Written by
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This is the first time the title card for the show changed colors from red to blue and contained somber music. See more
Castle and Beckett find the agent doing surveillance dead in his car. The man appeared to have been shot though the driver side window of his car as there was a hole in the window. The glass in car windows is made of tempered glass and would have shattered if someone had shot a bullet through it therefor there would not have been a hole. See more
[after talking with Fallon
Man, does that guy take jackhole lessons or was he born that way?
Neither. I asked my buddy at DHS about him. Turns out his wife was killed on 9/11. She rode the second tower down; they were on the phone together when it happened.
Due to previous episode's cliffhanger and this episode's prologue, the title card appears with the whole 'Castle' logo displayed in icy blue, not the usual white with some red. See more
Referenced in Castle: Knockout
Written by Robert Duncan See more