Skateboard pro Logan Moore was killed while visiting New York for a major tournament. Only main rival Manny Castro seems to benefit, but the team also find links to Enver Kotta's Albanian mob, earlier and recent crimes and Brett Zaretsky's prestigious law firm. Meanwhile Ryan and Esposito rival to become Castle's best man, but don't even know how that's to be decided.
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Beckett's Scrabble-winning word "Quixotic" is an adjective referring to one who acts in a deluded manner similar to Don Quixote, the lead character in the Miguel Cervantes novel of the same name. See more
Castle is an avid Scrabble player who has 'never' been beaten. So, when Beckett plays QUIXOTIC and asks "How many points is that?" Castle would be more likely to answer correctly - 356 for the word. [Q=10, X=16 (double letter), C=3, and U,I,O,T,I=1 each for a total of 34, times 9 (triple word score twice) = 306, plus 50 bonus points for using all 7 letters = 356 points for the word QUIXOTIC.] Note: Since her word score alone was higher than Castle's entire game score of 312, it makes sense that he'd be too stunned to say the final score (KB's 175+356=531 for the game). See more
H-O-I-V-L... Hoilv... Vlohi... Hovil! No. That's not a word, either.
[entering from bedroom
Did you seriously stay up staring at this "Scrabble" board all night instead of going to bed?
With these five remaining tiles, I have to craft a word scoring nine points. Then I turn defeat into victory.
Oh, my gosh. Did you really beat dad at "Scrabble"?
I concede nothing. Except that I need more coffee.
That is quite an accomplishment, young lady. Nobody beats him, *ever*.
Gimme a Knife
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