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
Did You Know?
One of the terrorists has the first name Jack, his partner has the last name Bauer - a reference to Jack Bauer of the TV show 24
(2001). The two-part episode mirrors the basic concept of 24. See more
After finding the bomb Detective Beckett calls out on her walkie talkie police radio for the bomb squad. In order for her to transmit she would need to push the PTT (push to talk) button. You can clearly see her fingers are nowhere near the PTT (push to talk) button at any time. See more
Agent Mark Fallon
Do you see yourself as a... a great hero, doing this for a... a mighty cause? You think that's how people are going to see you? Because I'll tell you right now, brother, if you let this happen, you're going to go down in history as America's greatest mass murderer. Is that what you want?
When this bomb goes off, do you think they're going to be looking at me? People will see this as an act of terrorism, so they will be looking for a terrorist. Not a patriot. Not one of their own.
Agent Mark Fallon
Is that what ...
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
Written by Robert Duncan See more