A man's naked corpse seems to have fallen to his death, but a toxin killed him first. The modestly paid company employee turns out to be a serial seducer, who mysteriously deviated from his usual MO to pretend being a rich man. While disease grows over groom Ryan's future, Castle comes up with alternative, business-related motives and suspects on top of many scorned women. Written by
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When Lainie mentions that the victim had been poisoned with colchicine, Castle mentions that it is a drug used to treat rheumatism. The most common condition treated with colchicine is gout, not rheumatism. Colchicine is also used in plant breeding; treatment of seedlings with a colchicine solution doubles the chromosomes and enhances various characteristics of the plant; however, the treated plants are poisonous; only the succeeding generations are safe for consumption. An episode of Quincy M.E.
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She knew she was going to kill him, so she booked the room anonymously.
Yeah, but then why sleep with him? Why not just push him out the window?
Because. She's a black widow.
[Starts speaking in a dramatic tone
Coldest hearted creature on Earth. She lures an unsuspecting male, takes him into her web, and then, the moment they culminate - as soon as he feels the ecstasy of achieving his biological destiny - she opens up her jaws and eats him alive.
[There's silence for a moment
I'm glad I'm in a...
References The Bourne Identity
Written by Robert Duncan See more