Castle and Beckett wake up handcuffed together in a locked room with no memory of how they got there. Their colleagues try to retrace their steps and find them.

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Martha Rodgers (credit only)
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Alexis Castle (as Molly Quinn) (credit only)
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Agent Chuck Martinez
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Ruth Spurloch
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Jack Spurloch
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Bobby Spurlock
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When Castle and Beckett wake up in bed, handcuffed together, in a locked room with no memory of how they got there, they must piece together the mystery of where they are and why, all while trying to escape. But as the two of them adjust to being shackled together, what's the biggest threat they face... the people who abducted them or each other? Meanwhile, Ryan, Esposito and Gates are left to investigate their disappearance in a case where all is not what it seems. Written by ABC Publicity

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In one scene, Castle and Beckett talk about Lanie and Esposito's reluctance to admit they want to be together, despite their wanting to, and wonder why people punish themselves like that. This is an amusing juxtaposition of their own relationship; on one hand, Beckett is aware of how Castle feels about her and, while she has similar feelings about him, she is determined not to admit and act on them. On the other, even though he's professed his feelings, Castle doesn't take the initiative in pursuing it because he's waiting for any kind of signal from her that there's something to pursue. See more »

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Just after Kate tells Richard to stop joking, there is a clear view of the cuff on her wrist; it is so loose that she should easily be able to free herself. Shots before and after this point show the cuff to be closed properly. See more »

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Kate Beckett: What is so special about our victim that our killer burnt off his fingerprints?
[Castle starts to speak]
Kate Beckett: Don't say spy.
[Castle starts to speak again]
Kate Beckett: Or mob hit.
Richard Castle: Mob hit of a spy?
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References Saw (2004) See more »

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Castle Theme
Written by Robert Duncan
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Could have been a bit more
6 December 2011 | by (India) – See all my reviews

The Scene starts with the two main character hand cuffed in an odd way. They do their usual double meaning lines flawlessly, but its getting a bit cliché. The biggest achievement of the episode is letting us know that Beckett can "Run" wearing her heels!!!

Somehow the episode ended a bit suddenly, seems like the thinking hat is worn by Castle and Beckett only, I think the series is mature enough to show the importance of the other members of the team.

There was a nice tussle of words between Javier and Lanie, a few impregnating exchange of looks. Capt. Victoria started showing concerns for her team members.

The story could have been more evolved and stick to being more Crime Genre than Drama, saying that there wasn't much of Drama either, hope it picks up in the next episode.


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