Lanie: I also recovered some blue hairs on her neck left by the attacker.
Castle: Blue hairs? So she was killed by a little old lady? Or Katy Perry.
Lanie: Animal hairs that were dyed blue, Castle.
Castle: Or a Dr. Seuss character.
Beckett: I don't recall any of them being homicidal.
Castle: That's true. I need a new theory.
Castle: Oh, Beckett, we have that appointment at the Cordova House.
Beckett: Oh, Castle, I'm sorry. Duty calls. Can-can you go without me and see if it's as good as the pictures?
Castle: You trust me to make this decision on my own?
Beckett: Can you go with Martha?
Castle: Ella was basically a glorified assistant. What could she possibly have had that this man wanted?
Beckett: Well, think about it, Castle. Matilda King is the most influential person in fashion, And Ella had direct access to her world.
Castle: So you're saying this man leveraged Ella to find out what direction hemlines are going next season? Ooh! I just came up with a new title. "Murder is the new black."
Castle: Mother, what are you trying to force on my lovely fiancée?
Martha: No, no, no, no. I am just trying to expose Katherine to the glorious world of wedding magazines.
Beckett: They are all very girly, with a lot of gauzy photos of love-struck brides looking off into the distance.
Castle: Perhaps they're contemplating the 50% divorce rate.
Martha: You know what? You need to get beyond the fairytale-treacle aspect of these magazines and see them for what they are, a source of ideas as you plan your wedding.