Castle

Castle (2009)

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Target - S5-E15

Corrected entry: Upon discovering Alexis has been abducted, no one thinks to call her mother Meredith. Even with Castle's dislike of her, surely she deserves the right to know something has happened to her child. And since Castle frequently paints her as an over-the-top drama queen, one would think he would prefer the drama of simply telling her the truth, rather than not telling her and having her find out that he didn't tell her.

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Correction: I'm pretty sure Castle was smart and responsible enough to tell Meredith what's going on. Just because we don't see him do it or even bring it does not mean that he never did. Also, she wasn't important to the story, and maybe she was too busy to actually come out. Even if she wasn't, what could she do to help?

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Beckett: Richard Castle, you are under arrest for felony theft and obstruction of justice.
Castle: You forgot making you look bad.

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Mistakes

At the end of the episode, the Mercedes S class that is burning is not the same car that Castle drove previously in the episode, it's an older model one. Either it's a mistake or has to do something with the plot resolution, decide yourselves...

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Castle's Halloween costume is of Malcolm Reynolds, played by Nathan Fillion in the short-lived TV show "Firefly." Alexis asks him: "Didn't you wear that like five years ago?" Serenity, the film based on Firefly, was released 5 years before this episode aired.

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