Accompanying Martha to the bank, where she pigheadedly refuses his financial help, Castle's speculations over the phone with Becket that surgical mask-equipped customers may be robbers proves correct when everyone is held at gun-point. The call makes Becket the inexperienced hostage negotiator. Castle works out and manages to communicate both crucial and puzzling information. The hostage-chapter ends spectacularly abruptly, only to launch a very different hunt for the brain, who wasn't after cash at all.
Did You Know?
While on the phone with Beckett before the bank robbery begins, Castle expresses his disdain for the paperwork side of being her partner. An amusing irony is that all it essentially requires of him is for him to write. See more
After Trapper John threatens to kill Castle he has a conversation with him. During this conversation the camera changes angles several times. During the camera changes Trapper John's hand placement on his gun changes several times. See more
This is *outrageous*, sir! You are nothing but a well-dressed loan shark!
Ms. Rodgers, I assure you , this is a very competitive interest rate, considering your financial history. However, if you son co-signs...
No, no, no, no. This is my loan, not his. To pay for repairs to *my* acting studio, not his.
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Written by Robert Duncan See more