Kate Beckett: [questioning a bombing suspect] I was shot in the chest, and I remember every *second* of it. So do you.
Richard Castle: [watching in the observation room, to himself] All this time... you remembered?
Kate Beckett: Mr. Levine, I understand that one of the victims, Jesse Friedman, worked closely with you.
Mr. Levine: It was more than that. He was a friend, a comrade in arms, y'know? Jesse was a recruiter. When attendance dropped a few weeks back, even I thought it was time to pack up. But Jesse just threw my favorite quote back at me, the one about sinning by silence.
Kate Beckett: 'To sin by silence when we should protest makes cowards of men.'
Kate Beckett: [quoting] "To sin by silence, when one must protest, makes cowards of men."