Det. Kate Beckett
Captain Roy Montgomery
Jason Beghe is the second actor to guest start on both Castle and Dharma and Greg. The first being Lyle Lovettl
Brian Krause is the second "Charmed" star to guest star on Castle. Alyssa Milano appeared in the season 2 episode "A Rose for Everafter".
Stuckey: The Treasure! Let me see the treasure!
Castle: Yeah, I just said that to distract you. (Looks at Beckett) It was either that or show 'em my boobs. (Beckett smiles)
Beckett: Well, then maybe we should make sure that treasure's even there before we start shooting. (Looks at Castle) Castle, do you mind?
Castle: Why me?
Beckett: Because you're the only one without a gun.
Castle: (looks around): Good point. Okay.
Castle: Res ipsa loquitur. It means...
Beckett: The thing speaks for itself. I know.
(at the cemetery)
Ryan: You know, if this were a horror movie, we'd be the first ones killed, splitting off like this.
Esposito: Yeah, except we're not a couple of top-heavy coeds out looking for fun. We're highly trained officers of the law with enough firepower to take out a horde of undead.
Ryan: Hispanic and cocky. Yeah, you definitely die first.
Castle: You were a girl once.
Beckett: Still am.
Castle: (about the Vespa) Can you tell me why my daughter wants one of these so badly?
Beckett: Oh, bikes are what girls want when we realize we're never gonna get a pony.
Beckett: It's a bug.
Castle: A wireless R.F. transmitter to be precise. Not to be confused with the more advanced infrared signal burst device.
Beckett: Book research?
Castle: Nanny cam.
Alexis: I'll always wear a helmet, and I'll never drive at night. You know how responsible I am.
Castle: It's not you I'm worried about. Driving in New York, it's like a-a Mad Max movie.
International Episode Titles:
Czech Republic: Lovci pokladů (Treasure Hunters)
"Healing Hands" by Citizen Cope.
Original International Air Dates:
Canada: October 4, 2010 on CTV
Australia: February 20, 2010 on Channel 7
Germany: March 11, 2011 on Kabel Eins
United Kingdom: March 23, 2011 on Alibi
The Netherlands: April 28, 2011 on SBS 6
Czech Republic: February 1, 2012 on Prima family
Slovakia: September 19, 2012 on JOJ
Alexis: Almost like a puzzle… or one of those paper fortune tellers.
Castle: Or "Mad" Magazine. Mad magazine used to have this trick picture on the back. If you folded it the right way, it would show you an entirely different image.
Mad Magazine is an American humor magazine founded by Editor Harvey Kurtzman and publisher William Gaines in 1952. One of the recurring features of Mad Magazine was the "Mad Fold-In". Each issue of Mad from 1964 onward featured a Fold-In; usually on the inside back cover. A question would be asked, often of a topical nature, which apparently was illustrated by a picture taking up the bulk of the page. When the page is folded inward, the inner and outer fourths of the picture combine to reveal an alternate answer in both picture and words.
Beckett: Well, it's not Watergate, Castle.
Watergate was a 1970s U.S. political scandal involving illegal activities by Pres. Richard Nixon's administration, and resulting from the break-in to the Democratic National Committee headquarters at the Watergate office complex in Washington, D.C.
Castle: The Da Vinci Code ... maybe he thought it could help him decipher the document thinking it's some kind of ancient religious cryptogram prophesying the coming zombie apocalypse.
Royce: He always like this?
Beckett: It's usually about CIA conspiracies.
Castle: I was 'really' close on one of those.
Castle is referring to the Season 2 Finale "A Deadly Game" in which the victim and several suspects were pretending to be spies as part of an escapist vacation. So, Castle's CIA theory was indeed very close to the truth.
Castle: I'm just saying, my spidey sense is tingling about this.
Castle make a reference to Spider-Man's spider-sense. This skill alerts him to personal danger in proportion to the severity of that danger. It appears to be a simultaneous, seemingly clairvoyant response to a wide variety of phenomena.
Castle: Driving in New York, it's like a-a Mad Max movie.
Mad Max is the first movie of the three futuristic films that tell a story of breakdown of society, murder, and vengeance. Mad Max is the antihero on the road to vengeance and oblivion.
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