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25th May 2015

Castle (2009)

Probable Cause - S5-E5

New this week When Castle is sitting in holding, and Jerry Tyson shows up to taunt him, Tyson's cop disguise has a nameplate with "J. Rook" on it. This is a reference to Jameson Rook, the fictional character in Castle's Nikki Heat books that he based on himself.

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New this week Detective Goren is loosely based on Sherlock Holmes.

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19th May 2015

Castle (2009)

Always - S4-E23

New this month Continuity mistake: Near the end of the episode, when Beckett shows up at the loft and kisses Castle, her left hand constantly jumps from his shoulder to his cheek.

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19th May 2015

Castle (2009)

Rise - S4-E1

New this month When Castle goes to visit Beckett in the hospital with his bouquet of flowers, Captain Montgomery's mysterious friend Mr. Smith surreptitiously passes by him dressed as a doctor.

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New this month Six years apart, Johnny Galecki and Kunal Nayyar share the same birthday.

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13th May 2015

Castle (2009)

One Life to Lose - S3-E18

New this month Factual error: When Castle and Beckett go to talk to the victim's assistant, there is a chalk outline on the floor where the body was discovered. Although it's common in police dramas, chalk outlines are not actually police procedure, because it contaminates the crime scene.

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P.C. - S11-E13

New this month Guest star Kathy Griffin was Mariska Hargitay's improv teacher at the Groundlings theater company in Los Angeles.

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24th Apr 2015

Castle (2009)

Hell Hath No Fury - S1-E4

Beckett: Why is it always the family value guys that get caught with their pants down?
Castle: Because the universe loves irony. And because most people are hypocrites.

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19th Apr 2015

Castle (2009)

Last Call - S3-E10

Continuity mistake: When Castle and Beckett go to question Jeffrey McGuigan, Beckett raises her badge twice: once while the camera is on Guy Wilson, and a second time when the shot cuts and the camera is on Stana Katic.

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18th Apr 2015

Castle (2009)

A Deadly Affair - S3-E1

Revealing mistake: When Beckett, Castle, and Ryan are discussing the anonymous bank deposits made to the victims, as Ryan is saying "there's no way to trace the payments...", Stana Katic tries to covertly hide a snickering smile.

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The film was such a financial success that it earned back its $33 million budget within three months of its release.

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17th Apr 2015

Castle (2009)

A Rose for Everafter - S2-E12

In the elevator, Castle and Beckett have a conversation about his previous relationship with Kyra that mirrors their conversation in "Little Girl Lost", with the roles reversed, about Beckett's relationship with Will Sorenson.

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17th Apr 2015

Castle (2009)

The Third Man - S2-E14

Character mistake: As a detective with a good few years under her belt, Beckett would know better than to blab about an ongoing investigation with her date.

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17th Apr 2015

The Producers (1967)

Max Bialystock: Shut up! I'm having a rhetorical conversation.

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17th Apr 2015

The Producers (1967)

Max Bialystock: Leo, he who hesitates is poor.

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13th Apr 2015

Castle (2009)

Veritas - S6-E22

Plot hole: On the recording that Captain Montgomery left for Beckett, the conversation is exclusively between Montgomery and Bracken. But as established in "Knockout", Montgomery was only a rookie during the Bob Armen incident; as two veterans who are more than capable of speaking up for themselves, it seems unlikely that Raglan and McCallister would choose a newbie as their voice, particularly to the assistant D.A who's blackmailing them.

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11th Apr 2015

Castle (2009)

Number One Fan - S6-E4

Character mistake: When Beckett is bemoaning losing her job with the government, she says she hasn't been out of work since she was fifteen. But in "Always" at the end of season four, she is suspended by Captain Gates and chooses instead to resign from the force.

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11th Apr 2015

Castle (2009)

Home Is Where the Heart Stops - S1-E7

Continuity mistake: When Esposito pulls up Evan Mitchell's rap sheet, it says he is 5'9", but in Mitchell's mugshot, the top of his head crosses the 6' mark.

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10th Apr 2015

Castle (2009)

Hell Hath No Fury - S1-E4

Character mistake: When the private investigator shows Castle and Beckett the VIP Liaisons website, "Liaison" is misspelled "Liason."

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10th Apr 2015

Law & Order (1990)

Lt. Van Buren is the longest-running African American character in an American television drama, and appeared in more episodes of L&O than any other character.

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