Juror #7 Joe McKusick, who runs a halfway house, drops dead cyanide-poisoned during Otis Williams's high-profile trial for the murder of heiress Lyla Addison, which is thus declared a ... See full summary »

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Juror #7 Joe McKusick, who runs a halfway house, drops dead cyanide-poisoned during Otis Williams's high-profile trial for the murder of heiress Lyla Addison, which is thus declared a mistrial. Juror #4 Tony Mueller runs, possibly bribed, but claims he believed Otis's cousin Wardell, who approached him implying a set-up, poisoned Joe, which fits security footage, and he'd be next. Wardell claims to be framed too. The cyanide came not from the court house vending machine coffee but was released from a capsule. The plot thickens further, especially with two malversations within Justice. Written by KGF Vissers

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Stana Katic was the 'good' vampire and Bruce Davidson was the 'bad' vampire in The Librarian: Curse of the Judas Chalice (2008). See more »

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Richard Castle: Why were there news vans out front?
Kate Beckett: Because of who our victim is. Joe McUsic.
Richard Castle: Who?
Kate Beckett: Juror number seven in the Lyla Addison case.
Richard Castle: The Addison case? Seriously? What happened?
Kate Beckett: He dropped dead during the closing argument. Lanie thinks he was poisoned.
Richard Castle: [pulling out his cell phone] Heir to the Addison fortune is murdered and, during the trial, a juror is murdered as well. This has all the makings of a John Grisham novel.
Kate Beckett: What are you doing?
Richard Castle: I'm, uh, texting my poker group, calling dibs on this story.
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I think it was a typical "Castle" case with twists
6 October 2011 | by (Argentina) – See all my reviews

I liked this episode. I do not live in the US and I'm not American, and I don't think the racial types were exaggerated in this ep. or anything. There are black and white people involved in the case (the accused is a black man) but I was not looking into discrimination issues and therefore I did not find any.

I think this was a nice Castle ep. The plot is triggered by a murder that Castle and Beckett investigate, with the help of the awesomes Ryan and Esposito. They find twists along their investigation that bring them back and forth among several apparent suspects until they find the guilty one, which for me was unexpected. The guy here that said the show is predictable and boring, well, he must be a psychic, you should try Medium! For me it was the pretty usual "Castle", great performances and chemistry from all the actors, good dialogs, twists and quality.


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