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. (00:38:05)Christy811
Continuity mistake: After Special Agent Shaw tells Beckett to go home when they believe a murder took place in a multi-story car park, Beckett touches her hair with her right hand. She is wearing gloves on both of her hands when she does this. In the shot immediately afterwards however, her right hand is bare and she is holding the glove in her left hand.THGhost
Continuity mistake: Castle and Beckett are talking about the case in the precinct and his coffee runs out. Beckett offers to go refill the mug. She grabs his white mug in her right hand. In the next shot, it is now in her left hand. A blue mug is in her right hand instead. (00:05:15)ployp
Continuity mistake: When Castle gets back from helping Alexis with her friend and thanks Beckett for taking care of Fagan (Alexis' egg), just after her line, "Yeah well, he was easy. He didn't even fuss when I put him to bed", Ryan and Esposito come in and Ryan is holding a missing persons poster of Elizabeth McGinty. As soon as they walk in, Ryan is holding the poster with the front facing the camera. But two shots later he is holding it with the back facing the camera.THGhost
Continuity mistake: When Beckett goes to the bathroom to read Castle's book and Castle peers over the top of the cubical to tell her what page the sex scene is on, she is holding the book with her fingers between the pages dividing the book into 2 sections. These 2 sections switch to 3 and then back to 2 between shots.THGhost
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