New this month Continuity mistake: After Beckett gets back from her assassination assignment, she washes up in a bathroom and places the gun she was given in her front waistband near her stomach. Then she goes to meet Lazarus (Vulcan Simmons) in the basement, who realizes she's Beckett. When she pulls out the gun, she reaches behind her back to get it.
Plot hole: Beckett and Castle lose their cell phones and wallets and are being chased by the mob. Beckett steals a cell phone from a car but can't use it, since it is locked and then shut off remotely. Any cell phone can always dial 911, whether locked or blocked from service.
Other mistake: The security camera images of Castle kissing Kyra on the roof are completely inexplicable. The angle at which the images are taken are near enough identical to the angles at which the rooftop scene were shot. There were no pillars, poles or high walls for a security camera to be attached to at those particular angles, so where did the images come from?
Character mistake: In the scene where Castle and Kate are being told that the victim's SIM card is broken and the last two digits of the phone number are missing, Castle says that they have 99 possibilities, which mathematically is wrong. Obviously the writer didn't count the combination 00. The correct number of possibilities is 100.
Continuity mistake: Beckett's sweatshirt changes position on her left shoulder throughout the scene in which she and Castle are sitting in bed discussing Bigfoot. Her sweatshirt is initially covering her shoulder and then keeps going lower and lower off her shoulder every time the camera comes back to her .
Factual error: The team is discussing the location of the Widmark hotel which the detective says is downtown. Beckett then looks at the map and locates it only 5 blocks from E 72nd street, which is UPTOWN in NYC. Furthermore the map shows E 72 intersecting Broadway which is on the west side of Manhattan. This entire mapping exercise is incorrect.