Mysteries abound when a family returns from vacation to discover a dead man in their daughter's bed. Thinking they're investigating the murder of a squatter, Castle and Beckett soon find themselves unraveling a multi-million dollar heist. Meanwhile, Castle tries to keep Beckett from finding out that they've been romantically linked when he's featured as one of New York's 10 most eligible bachelors.
Did You Know?
Castle is mentioned as one of New York's 10 most eligible bachelors in the paper. A newspaper front is shown with Castle's photo and some of the show's writers/producers as the other bachelors, including Andrew Marlowe (Andrew W. Marlowe
), the show's creator, as #8, Terence Paul Winter
as #10, and David Grae
as #2. When the female bachelorette counter-part list is briefly shown, #2 is Elizabeth Beall
, a regular writer for the show. See more
(at around 23 mins) When Alexis is complaining about Castle's presence on the Most Eligible Bachelors list, she mentions a friend who is "... seventeen, but she'll be legal in three months."
The age of consent in New York is seventeen, not eighteen. See more
Oh, excuse me, baby. Oh, boy.
Ahh, home sweet home.
Can we get Midnight from the kennel now?
We'll get him as soon as we're settled, okay?
Let mommy get situated, then I'll make you a bowl of hot cereal, okay?
[pause then to Reggie
References The Third Man
Performed by The Voluntary Butler Scheme See more