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Death Gone Crazy 

Soft porn tycoon Beau Randolph was strangled with a bra during a grand party to launch another College Girls Gone Crazy franchise production. He received many death treats, such as from ... See full summary »

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Alexis Castle (as Molly Quinn)
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Captain Victoria Gates (credit only)
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Troy Strickland
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Candice Mayfield
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Ronald Armstrong
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Seth Parrino
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Evan Pierce
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Gary Moore
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Soft porn tycoon Beau Randolph was strangled with a bra during a grand party to launch another College Girls Gone Crazy franchise production. He received many death treats, such as from arch-conservative Ronald Armstrong's grim prudish movement. Beau's own bodyguard Scarlet Jones, whom Javier finds irresistible, stole a memory card from his safe and was hired by children's TV production firm. Actress Tiffany Shaw also lies a lot about her disguised party presence, which is only the top of an iceberg of family and business secrets. Written by KGF Vissers

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Trivia

Spencer Garrett (Evan Pierce) kept talking about needing "leverage" over Beau. Garrett guest starred on the show Leverage (The Morning After Job) as a corrupt hockey player. See more »

Goofs

When Castle & Beckett are getting out of the police car to interview Parrino, there are two cars and a van in the lot to the right of the police car. After the scene changes, there is only one car. See more »

Quotes

Richard Castle: Beau Randolph is our victim? He was murdered in the women's bathroom? Brings new meaning to "college girls gone crazy".
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References The Godfather (1972) See more »

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Jungle Boogie
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Written by Kool & The Gang and Gene Redd
Performed by Kool & The Gang
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