New this month Continuity mistake: When Castle is allowed to talk to Mrs. Ruiz's second graders, as he enters the classroom, he is hit in the temple with an object thrown at him and holds his hand to his head in pain. After he turns to say something to Beckett, as he turns back, not only has the hand on his head switched, it's also much lower, down on his chin.
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.
Continuity mistake: When Beckett and Castle kiss at his party at the end of the episode, the camera is behind Castle, and Beckett's head is leaning toward her left shoulder. When the shot switches to behind Beckett, her head is leaning to the right. Then it switches back to left.
Continuity mistake: When Beckett, Esposito and Ryan interview the fruit stand vendor, he states that he saw a bronze Mercedes drive by, to which Esposito replies, "That's Castle's car." In the previous scene at the car crash site, Ryan asks Esposito to check the back corner of the car for damage, which is silver or gray, not bronze, in color.
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.