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Dial M for Mayor 

When a woman is found murdered in her car, Beckett and her team's investigation leads them directly to City Hall... specifically to the Mayor, Robert Weldon, who happens to be a friend of ... See full summary »

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Alexis Castle (as Molly Quinn)
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Brian Shay
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Jordan Norris
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Marilyn Kane
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Trevor Haynes
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When a woman is found murdered in her car, Beckett and her team's investigation leads them directly to City Hall... specifically to the Mayor, Robert Weldon, who happens to be a friend of Castle's, which could also jeopardize Castle's continued involvement with the NYPD. Written by miker3870

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The title comes from the classic Alfred Hitchcock film, "Dial M for Murder" See more »

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When he leaves a meeting with Castle, Mystery Man uses a chess metaphor that a well-placed pawn is more powerful than a king. Although it's the most important piece, and its capture the ultimate goal, the king actually has little real power within the game; if Mystery Man knows the game well enough to use the metaphor, he would know that and wouldn't have used it in the first place. See more »

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Kate Beckett: Hey, Ryan, what do our victim's phone records show? Any phone calls to City Hall?
Kevin Ryan: No phone calls at all, because Laura Cambridge didn't own a cell phone. And her credit cards haven't been used in six months.
Richard Castle: No cell phone and no credit cards? It's like she's from another century.
Javier Esposito: Amish theory's looking pretty good, bro.
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References An Officer and a Gentleman (1982) See more »

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Writer's Block?
19 January 2012 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

In this episode the crime of the week takes a backseat for the subplot about Kate's mother's murder conspiracy.

However, the writing was very poor. Where I expected the story to be smart and funny it became very grim and dour. The treatment of the plot points was lacking and left me feeling very unsatisfied. The emphasis that there are very powerful people behind the conspiracy was overdone and very ham-handed -- we are told not very much about these people other than they are powerful enough to cause trouble for the mayor.

Poor Castle is left running around cloak and dagger style and really gets nothing in return for his pains other than the emphasis that the conspiracy is very much alive and will stop at nothing to keep the secrets out of the public eye.


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