A bleeding man stumbles into a church and, just before dying, hands a mysterious bundle to the priest. When the bundle turns out to be a smiling baby boy, Castle and Beckett find themselves accidental nannies to the newborn. But when they determine the baby and the victim were not related they must try to find the link between them.
Did You Know?
Many counties (and other child services jurisdictions) have foster homes that specialize in "shelter care." These are the homes that take care of children on an emergency basis, sometimes prior to paperwork being completed and often up until the court determines the long term placement of the child (adoption, back to the biological parent or family member, or to a long term foster home), an average of 2-4 months. Child care organizations often organize their shelter care foster homes so that at least one licensed for each age group is available, rather than let all be out of town at the same time as is the case in this episode. See more
Before Ryan goes into the convenience store to buy lottery tickets, he says that there is a "quick pick calling his name". However, when he is shown inside the store, he's reading off a list of numbers to the cashier. Quick-picks have numbers that are randomly assigned by the ticket machine; it is not necessary to provide numbers. See more
Castle, I thought this was gonna be a small gathering. I mean... There's enough food in here for, like, 50 people.
Never underestimate the importance of leftovers. Second-day stuffing, turkey soup, microwaved yams and a visit to the food bank.
And so that you know, Alexis always makes dessert. Pi said he would make a cranberry concoction of some kind. Even Mother cooks something. It's not always edible.
I heard that!
Castle Theme Song
Written by Robert Duncan See more