Mysteries abound when pallbearers at a funeral lose control of a surprisingly heavy casket only to have a second unknown woman tumble out along with the original deceased. When Castle and Beckett learn that the victim was a doctor at County Hospital, their investigation takes them into the world of amorous, bed-hopping physicians. Did jealousy turn to murder, or did the doctor's mysterious work outside the hospital lead to her demise? Meanwhile, Castle's relationship with Gina is challenged when she tries to bond with Alexis. Written by
Did You Know?
The name of one of the doctors at the hospital, Rhonda Chimes, is a friendly poke at/tribute to Shonda Rhimes
, the creator of Grey's Anatomy, which is on the same network and is, of course, set at a hospital. See more
When Beckett is examining the carpet fibres early in the episode the microscope display appears to be from an electron microscope, showing a 15kV accelerating voltage, but our heroes seem to be looking down a conventional optical microscope. See more
Our victim's student loans. Since graduating med school, Dr. Monroe has been regularly making minimum amount payments on her $440,000 student loan.
That's how much it costs to become a doctor? Glad I became a cop.
References Romancing the Stone
Written by 'Robert Duncan (VII)' (qv) See more