CASTLE:Season 8 Episode 19 – DEAD AGAIN

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THE PREMISE:

When a mild mannered safety inspector for the city miraculously survives a poisoning, it might be luck; but when he survives another, it’s a mystery Castle and Beckett will have to solve.
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THE SCORECARD:

IMDb. 7.8. SSS. 8.0. TV.Com. 7.9. TvFanatic. 8.0. USERS 9.0 ***

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THE GOOD:

– Jonathan Silverman portrayal of a man waiting for customer service
– Castle lovingly looking at Beckett sleeping
– Lanie pronouncing Alan Masters dead
– The ER Dr. saying she had no theory by Castle does.
– Then later Ryan says the same thing
– The initial superhero jokes were cute
– Alan being electrocuted, waking up to “I smell BBQ”
– And Lanie again wrong by pronouncing him dead
– Nice friendship moment between Kate and Lanie
– Castle screwing up the lab identification
– You just KNEW Castle would use info about Gwen to bribe Masters
– Initially thought of saying bad on this one, but Castle suggesting using Masters and having Ryan-Espo at the back door made this one a good call.
– Blind herbalist who countered Castle at every move
– Good to see Castle point out he was stalling so he contraband could be moved
– We got a Caskett mind meld
– Then a Lanie-Alan one
– And Beckett embarrassingly asking if that was what they sounded like
– Caleb confronting Beckett
– Beckett not backing down
– Great seeing the leather jacket on Kate
– What a great line from Gwen ” why won’t you die?”
– And her and super villain being boyfriend/girlfriend
– Lanie and Alan becoming friends and Lanie telling Castle to get stepping
– Kate being concerned about LokSat and suggesting Paris after Caleb missed the deadline
– Good to see Caleb knows good scotch

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THE BAD:

– Castle saying he took pictures
– And having a normal life, a family and good times together a bad thing?
– Castle actually obnoxious over the superhero prank when he talked about puncturing Alan
– Then checking for Spidey senses by throwing fruit at him?
– Two scenes with Vikram. Still dispise him
– Wow dinner date in 30 minutes or less. Maybe they should have had Dominoes
– Wow, Castle shaking over the LokSat threat.
– Real obvious Gwen was the bad guy
– Espo-Ryan and Castle losing Masters. Why wasn’t he back at the safe house?
– And how poorly secured was that lab that first Castle wandered around then Masters snuck in?

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THE WTF:

– And has a album, why for season 9 so he can long for the good old days?
– Why is Castle acting like a cop/detective now?
– Geez, Beckett should have been more pissed that Castle put Alan at risk for the dinner
– So they played the blind card twice this season. And neither were!
– So Kate turned Caleb with that little speech?
– I have heard of “open door policies” but come on Castle!
– Why would Vikram tell Kate that the mobster and Chinese man were arrested and not Ryan or Espo?

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STUFF I MAY ONLY CARE ABOUT.:

– Gwen wore the same dress the first day, changed for dinner then next day wore the same blue dress
– Caleb giving the phone to Kate for a call coinciding with the season/series finale.
– And I just felt that Caleb was setting her up. The digital trip wires I believe were warning calls from our boy Vikram. To me that is why Caleb came on so strong, how else did he know to go after Beckett? Before this episode, he had no indication she was on to him.  And now Kate has  a death wish and will take people down with her?
– Did anyone else think of the 70’s episode when Leone told Lanie “Once you go white, nothing else seems right”?
– Why now that Kate lives with Castle, his building/lift is so non-secure? Then again, Lockwood easily penetrated Montgomery’s house.

– Oh Kate, remember Paris was where Alexis was held hostage and where Merideth gangs out a lot.
– Second coming back from the dead (4×22) and second time Beckett told Castle that watching her was creepy

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QUOTES:

Kate Beckett: What are you doing?
Richard Castle: Watching you sleep. Is that creepy?
Kate Beckett: Mm-mm. I think it’s sweet.
Richard Castle: I took some pictures.
Kate Beckett: Less sweet.
Richard Castle: They’re part of a series. Usually you don’t wake up.
Kate Beckett: And now it’s creepy.

Richard Castle: I’ve been thinking…
Kate Beckett: Oh, no.
Richard Castle: Oh, relax. I’m over that whole “sex in zero-g” thing.
Kate Beckett: Good, ’cause that was just an accident waiting to happen.
Richard Castle: I think it’s time we shake things up. Move to Paris, you know, uh, search for buried treasure in Nepal. We could fly a hot air balloon across the Sahara.
Kate Beckett: You know what? I love all of those ideas, but I just became captain, and you have your P.I. business.
Richard Castle: And then there’s LokSat.
Kate Beckett: Exactly.
[her phone rings] Kate Beckett: We have responsibilities, right?
Richard Castle: But what if we didn’t?
[taking the phone] Richard Castle: Hold, please.
Kate Beckett: Um, I might need that. That might be a homicide.
Richard Castle: The victim’s not gonna get any deader. Listen. Let’s say we find LokSat and take him down, without getting killed.
Kate Beckett: Mm-hmm.
Richard Castle: What then? You’re not gonna be captain of the 12th precinct for very long. You’re on a rocket. Sky’s the limit. So you know what happens then?
Kate Beckett: Mm-mm.
Richard Castle: We become normal.
Kate Beckett: No, Castle, you’re never gonna be normal.
Richard Castle: I’m serious. Think about it.

 

Lanie Parish: Alan Masters. All signs point to poison; dilated pupils, bluish discoloration around the lips. That’s a giveaway. But I’ll know for sure after the autopsy.
Richard Castle: Who called it in?
Lanie Parish: Customer service operator for his cable company. She was on the phone with him when it happened.
Richard Castle: What a way to go.
Lanie Parish: Poisoned or on the phone with the cable company?
Richard Castle: Well, at least the poison was quick.

Javier Esposito: Looks like our killer jimmied that window open. Neighbor thought she heard somebody on the fire escape last night around 8:00.
Richard Castle: How was he poisoned?
Lanie Parish: In his water. The filter underneath the kitchen sink was tampered with.
Javier Esposito: Ironically, he works for the city as a safety inspector.
Richard Castle: Mm. You know, if I were an expert on character – which I am – I would say that Alan was a bit of a dreamer, spending his days on the ground inspecting things, but his nights in the clouds, fantasizing of adventure. Tragically, his life was cut short before he ever truly lived.
Alan Masters: Hey, what’s going on?
[they all turn and see Alan is alive; in shock, Lanie drops her clipboard] Richard Castle: Or not.
Alan Masters: What are you all doing in my apartment?
Javier Esposito: Um, Lanie?
Lanie Parish: Don’t “Um, Lanie” me. That man was dead!
Richard Castle: You are a modern-day Lazarus, risen from the grave to answer the eternal question: what’s on the other side?
Alan Masters: I’m sorry, who are you again?
Kate Beckett: You’ll have to forgive him, Mr. Masters. He’s very excitable.
Richard Castle: Well, excuse me if I find pulling back the curtain on what happens when we die just a tad exciting. Was there a white light or is it more of a… a tunnel thing?
Alan Masters: The last thing I remember, I was taking my pills, trying to get my cable fixed, and then I woke up to an apartment full of police.
Richard Castle: So, no out of body experience?

Kate Beckett: Do you have any enemies?
Alan Masters: Me? No. I’m an average guy. I go to work, I come home.
Richard Castle: But you dream of so much more, don’t you?
Alan Masters: How do you know that? Did you read my diary?
Richard Castle: No, I saw your pictures on your… wait, you keep a diary? As a grown man, call it a journal.

 

Javier Esposito: Looks like our killer jimmied that window open. Neighbor thought she heard somebody on the fire escape last night around 8:00.
Richard Castle: How was he poisoned?
Lanie Parish: In his water. The filter underneath the kitchen sink was tampered with.
Javier Esposito: Ironically, he works for the city as a safety inspector.
Richard Castle: Mm. You know, if I were an expert on character – which I am – I would say that Alan was a bit of a dreamer, spending his days on the ground inspecting things, but his nights in the clouds, fantasizing of adventure. Tragically, his life was cut short before he ever truly lived.
Alan Masters: Hey, what’s going on?
[they all turn and see Alan is alive; in shock, Lanie drops her clipboard] Richard Castle: Or not.
Alan Masters: What are you all doing in my apartment?
Javier Esposito: Um, Lanie?
Lanie Parish: Don’t “Um, Lanie” me. That man was dead!

Richard Castle: You are a modern-day Lazarus, risen from the grave to answer the eternal question: what’s on the other side?
Alan Masters: I’m sorry, who are you again?
Kate Beckett: You’ll have to forgive him, Mr. Masters. He’s very excitable.
Richard Castle: Well, excuse me if I find pulling back the curtain on what happens when we die just a tad exciting. Was there a white light or is it more of a… a tunnel thing?
Alan Masters: The last thing I remember, I was taking my pills, trying to get my cable fixed, and then I woke up to an apartment full of police.
Richard Castle: So, no out of body experience?

Kate Beckett: Do you have any enemies?
Alan Masters: Me? No. I’m an average guy. I go to work, I come home.
Richard Castle: But you dream of so much more, don’t you?
Alan Masters: How do you know that? Did you read my diary?
Richard Castle: No, I saw your pictures on your… wait, you keep a diary? As a grown man, call it a journal.

Kate Beckett: What about work? Have you upset anyone there recently?
Alan Masters: Yeah. There is this guy that works for me; well, used to work for me, Dave Barton. I had to fire him because he was letting serious infractions slide with just a warning.
Kate Beckett: Was it for money?
Alan Masters: That was the rumor. And he did seem a little miffed when I let him go. I’ll play you the message he left for me.
Caleb Brown: [voicemail message] You slimy little maggot. I’m gonna stab you with a rusty spoon and strangle you with your own intestines. Or better yet, I’m gonna force-feed you your toes one by one, and then I’m gonna light you on fire. First, I’m gonna paralyze you with a claw hammer and then cover you with ants, you son of a bitch!
Alan Masters: [turning the voicemail off] And it goes on and on like that for a while.

Vikram Singh: Did Lanie really declare a live guy dead?
Kate Beckett: No. Well, yeah, but do yourself a favor; don’t mention it to her. So, you got something?
Vikram Singh: I might have broken open LokSat.
Kate Beckett: You found them?
Vikram Singh: Unfortunately, no, but I did find someone else. Based on Castle’s discovery of the exact time and date LokSat flew into L.A., I’ve been scrubbing footage from all the Los Angeles area airports. Look who showed up.
Kate Beckett: [he shows her an image on his tablet] Caleb Brown?
Vikram Singh: But he was traveling under an alias, Peter McCaffrey.
Kate Beckett: So Caleb must have gone to L.A. to meet with LokSat. But who’s driving the SUV?
Vikram Singh: I don’t know. I can only read part of the plate, but I’m generating a list of possible matches.

Lanie Parish: Sorry, Castle, but this time, he really is dead.
Richard Castle: What a waste.
Lanie Parish: To be given a second chance and have it taken away like this.
Richard Castle: He was just gonna go back to work like nothing happened.
Lanie Parish: [as surprised as Castle was] What?
Richard Castle: If I hadn’t been so focused on his rebirth, I might have noticed that wire. I could have saved him.
Lanie Parish: You can’t beat yourself up, Castle. I was starting to think he was some kind of medical miracle. Turns out he was just lucky. And in the end, his luck ran out.
[Alan suddenly starts coughing and jerks awake; Castle and Lanie stare at him, dumbfounded] Richard Castle: Forget lucky.
Alan Masters: Somebody cooking barbecue?
Richard Castle: [excited whisper] He’s immortal!
Richard Castle: You are a modern-day Lazarus, risen from the grave to answer the eternal question: what’s on the other side?
Alan Masters: I’m sorry, who are you again?
Kate Beckett: You’ll have to forgive him, Mr. Masters. He’s very excitable.
Richard Castle: Well, excuse me if I find pulling back the curtain on what happens when we die just a tad exciting. Was there a white light or is it more of a… a tunnel thing?
Alan Masters: The last thing I remember, I was taking my pills, trying to get my cable fixed, and then I woke up to an apartment full of police.
Richard Castle: So, no out of body experience?
Lanie Parish: He was definitely dead.
Dr. Rebecca Ellins: That’s what you said last time.
Lanie Parish: [indignantly] He was dead the last time, too.
Kate Beckett: Uh, sorry, um… can we have a minute, please?
Dr. Rebecca Ellins: Of course.
Kate Beckett: Thanks.
Lanie Parish: I’m sorry. I’m just rattled. You know, people can come back from being poisoned and from being electrocuted, but both in the same day?
Kate Beckett: So, is there an explanation?
Lanie Parish: I can think of two. Either I’m really bad at my job or Castle’s right and this guy is immortal.
Kate Beckett: He is not immortal, and you are a genius at your job. We just got to keep looking for answers, starting with who wants to kill this guy so badly.

Kevin Ryan: Any idea how our boy Alan is still with us?
Kate Beckett: Uh, no. But Castle has a theory.
Richard Castle: [cut to Alan’s hospital room] You are a superhero.
Alan Masters: No, I’m really not. I’m just an ordinary guy.
Richard Castle: You *were* an ordinary guy, Alan. That’s how most superheroes start out; mild-mannered weaklings, and that’s you!
Alan Masters: Wow, thanks.
Richard Castle: Relax. It’s all to maximize your transformative arc.
Alan Masters: If I agree with you, will you leave me alone?

Javier Esposito: Yo. We got a lead.
Richard Castle: We need to come up with a superhero name for Alan.
Alan Masters: No! No, we really don’t.
Javier Esposito: How about…
[in a dramatic superhero tone] Javier Esposito: …Safety Man?
Richard Castle: No, that’s terrible.
Richard Castle: A chemical spill? Mystery solved. Exposure to dangerous materials is the most common superhero origin story there is.
Alan Masters: Sorry. The spill was LAH. It’s an inorganic compound used as a catalyst to make other chemicals, which… the point is it can be explosive, but there’s nothing about it that would ever turn anyone into a, I don’t know… Captain Cool?
Richard Castle: [he winces] No. But keep trying

 

Richard Castle: You are a modern-day Lazarus, risen from the grave to answer the eternal question: what’s on the other side?
Alan Masters: I’m sorry, who are you again?
Kate Beckett: You’ll have to forgive him, Mr. Masters. He’s very excitable.
Richard Castle: Well, excuse me if I find pulling back the curtain on what happens when we die just a tad exciting. Was there a white light or is it more of a… a tunnel thing?
Alan Masters: The last thing I remember, I was taking my pills, trying to get my cable fixed, and then I woke up to an apartment full of police.
Richard Castle: So, no out of body experience?

Kevin Ryan: Any idea how our boy Alan is still with us?
Kate Beckett: Uh, no. But Castle has a theory.
Richard Castle: [cut to Alan’s hospital room] You are a superhero.
Alan Masters: No, I’m really not. I’m just an ordinary guy.
Richard Castle: You *were* an ordinary guy, Alan. That’s how most superheroes start out; mild-mannered weaklings, and that’s you!
Alan Masters: Wow, thanks.
Richard Castle: Relax. It’s all to maximize your transformative arc.
Alan Masters: If I agree with you, will you leave me alone?

Javier Esposito: Yo. We got a lead.
Richard Castle: We need to come up with a superhero name for Alan.
Alan Masters: No! No, we really don’t.
Javier Esposito: How about…
[in a dramatic superhero tone] Javier Esposito: …Safety Man?
Richard Castle: No, that’s terrible.

Richard Castle: A chemical spill? Mystery solved. Exposure to dangerous materials is the most common superhero origin story there is.
Alan Masters: Sorry. The spill was LAH. It’s an inorganic compound used as a catalyst to make other chemicals, which… the point is it can be explosive, but there’s nothing about it that would ever turn anyone into a, I don’t know… Captain Cool?
Richard Castle: [he winces] No. But keep trying.

Javier Esposito: Hey, who’s on the hook for that spill?
Alan Masters: The lab manager, Frank Patchett. He begged me not to fine him. He said the lab was hemorrhaging money.
Javier Esposito: That sounds like motive. Come on, Castle, let’s go talk to this guy.
Alan Masters: Wait, wait, wait, wait, wait. Maybe I should come with you.
Richard Castle: Why?
Alan Masters: No reason.
Richard Castle: [knowing, he smirk at Esposito] The girl. The one who doesn’t know you exist. She works there, doesn’t she?
Alan Masters: No.
[Castle gives him a look] Alan Masters: Yes. Her name is Gwen. She’s in marketing.
Javier Esposito: Sorry, Alan. You got to stay here. If there’s somebody at Zantium Labs trying to kill you, I’d be the worst cop on the force if I took you there.

Mike Lin: Can I help you with something?
Richard Castle: Yes, as a matter of fact, you can, uh… Mike. Look, um, if you had to pick something in this lab that would turn somebody into a superhero, what would it be?
Mike Lin: I’m… I’m sorry, what?
Richard Castle: Radioactive spider, secret alien technology, super-soldier serum…
Mike Lin: Yeah, we don’t have anything like that here.

Kate Beckett: The NYPD can protect you, and if someone really is trying to kill you, you’re a lot safer in here with us than out there on your own.
Glen Hume: Okay. But it’s not someone from my company. It’s the mob.
Kate Beckett: What would organized crime want with Alan?
[realization dawns on her] Kate Beckett: Waste management.
Glen Hume: Yeah. They strong-armed me into giving them the contract for my factory’s hazardous waste disposal. They’ve been doing the same thing all over town. And they just dump the stuff into the landfill.
Javier Esposito: So why would they target Alan before you?
Kate Beckett: Because Alan fired Dave Barton, the only inspector that they could buy. So Alan was becoming a big problem, and their only solution was to kill him.

 

Alan Masters: The mob is trying to kill me?
Richard Castle: Trying and failing. But do you know why?
Alan Masters: Because I’m… I’m, what, Rogaine Man?
Richard Castle: [wincing] Yuck. Worst name yet.

Richard Castle: Your cells regenerate at an amazing rate.
Lanie Parish: [entering] Except they don’t.
Richard Castle: What?
Lanie Parish: Just got the test back. No sign of abnormal regenerative activity in blood or tissue cells. In fact, no sign of anything abnormal at all.
Alan Masters: Told you. I’m Boring Man. Except for the contract out on my life.
Richard Castle: Just to be sure, maybe we should cut off one of his fingers, see if it grows back.
Alan Masters: What?
Richard Castle: Just the tip.

Alan Masters: There is no way I’m going back to your place to eat pizza and explore my superpowers.
Richard Castle: I’ll tell you what Gwen said about you.
Alan Masters: Okay.

Kate Beckett: Where are we on the waste management company?
Javier Esposito: Well, it’s a new entity called Bullseye. We’re not sure who’s running it, but rumor is it’s a new player on the scene.
Kate Beckett: I don’t know. Electrocutions and poisoning doesn’t sound like the mob.
Javier Esposito: No.
Kevin Ryan: Unless they’re trying to keep a low profile. The best way to stay off our radar is to fly under it.

 

Richard Castle: We know you can survive poisoning and electrocution. Now it’s time to see if you can survive penetrative wounds.
Alan Masters: How about if we start with something smaller, like a paper cut?
Richard Castle: Okay, this is all a little overwhelming. I understand. All right, let’s… let’s test for some other powers first. Telekinesis. Try to move the piano with your mind.
Alan Masters: Oh, if I try this, will you tell me about Gwen?
Richard Castle: Deal.
[as Alan turns around, Castle hits him in the back of the head with an apple] Alan Masters: Ow! What the hell?
Richard Castle: That was a trick. I was actually testing for Spidey-sense.
Alan Masters: I don’t have it!
Richard Castle: Clearly.

Richard Castle: Do you want to know what Gwen said?
Alan Masters: Yes. Finally.
Richard Castle: All right. I’ll tell you.
[sitting down, he stares at Alan] Alan Masters: [after a moment of silence] Well?
Richard Castle: I’m telling you with my mind. You’re not getting it?

 

Kate Beckett: You found something.
Vikram Singh: Yeah. I ran the partial plate from that SUV Caleb Brown got into, generated a list of names. Guess who’s on it.
Kate Beckett: Brooks. Guy with a bag of spiders who tried to take down Castle and me.
Vikram Singh: If Brooks picked up Caleb at the airport, then this ties Caleb directly to LokSat.
Kate Beckett: Well, look, it’s a start, anyway.
Vikram Singh: A start? It’s photographic evidence.
Kate Beckett: Of what? That he got into a car with a bad guy? Caleb’s a public defender. He represents bad guys.
Vikram Singh: He was using an alias. We can use this to go at Caleb, get him to reveal LokSat’s identity.
Kate Beckett: Until he alerts LokSat that we’re onto him, and then we’re all dead. No, we got to wait until we have something more concrete.
Vikram Singh: Fine. Caleb’s alias, Peter McCaffrey, I’ll look into see what other trips he’s taken under that name, see if it leads somewhere more definitive.
Kate Beckett: Look, I… I know this is frustrating. But we’re getting close. We just have to tread carefully.

 

Alan Masters: [meeting Gwen for dinner] This is a huge mistake. I’m a safety inspector. That’s not even a little sexy. This is so much scarier than dying.
Richard Castle: You are Alan Masters, superhero. Chicks dig superheroes.
Alan Masters: Should I tell her I’m a superhero?
Richard Castle: I wouldn’t open with that.
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Kevin Ryan: We IDed the owner of Bullseye Waste Management. He’s a guy named Horatio Spate.
Richard Castle: That’s a good supervillain name.
Kevin Ryan: This is not a joke. Spate is suspected of executing over a dozen people. I texted you his picture just to put him on your radar. Whatever you do, don’t leave the loft.
Richard Castle: Don’t leave the loft. Got it.
Kevin Ryan: Wait, what’s that noise?
Richard Castle: Uh…
[to avoid Ryan’s question, he checks the picture Ryan texted; as he turns around, he sees Spate heading towards Alan and Gwen] Richard Castle: Crap.

 

Richard Castle: Your cells regenerate at an amazing rate.
Lanie Parish: [entering] Except they don’t.
Richard Castle: What?
Lanie Parish: Just got the test back. No sign of abnormal regenerative activity in blood or tissue cells. In fact, no sign of anything abnormal at all.
Alan Masters: Told you. I’m Boring Man. Except for the contract out on my life.
Richard Castle: Just to be sure, maybe we should cut off one of his fingers, see if it grows back.
Alan Masters: What?
Richard Castle: Just the tip.

Alan Masters: There is no way I’m going back to your place to eat pizza and explore my superpowers.
Richard Castle: I’ll tell you what Gwen said about you.
Alan Masters: Okay.

Kate Beckett: Where are we on the waste management company?
Javier Esposito: Well, it’s a new entity called Bullseye. We’re not sure who’s running it, but rumor is it’s a new player on the scene.
Kate Beckett: I don’t know. Electrocutions and poisoning doesn’t sound like the mob.
Javier Esposito: No.
Kevin Ryan: Unless they’re trying to keep a low profile. The best way to stay off our radar is to fly under it.
Richard Castle: We know you can survive poisoning and electrocution. Now it’s time to see if you can survive penetrative wounds.
Alan Masters: How about if we start with something smaller, like a paper cut?
Richard Castle: Okay, this is all a little overwhelming. I understand. All right, let’s… let’s test for some other powers first. Telekinesis. Try to move the piano with your mind.
Alan Masters: Oh, if I try this, will you tell me about Gwen?
Richard Castle: Deal.
[as Alan turns around, Castle hits him in the back of the head with an apple] Alan Masters: Ow! What the hell?
Richard Castle: That was a trick. I was actually testing for Spidey-sense.
Alan Masters: I don’t have it!
Richard Castle: Clearly.

 

Richard Castle: Do you want to know what Gwen said?
Alan Masters: Yes. Finally.
Richard Castle: All right. I’ll tell you.
[sitting down, he stares at Alan] Alan Masters: [after a moment of silence] Well?
Richard Castle: I’m telling you with my mind. You’re not getting it?

Kate Beckett: You found something.
Vikram Singh: Yeah. I ran the partial plate from that SUV Caleb Brown got into, generated a list of names. Guess who’s on it.
Kate Beckett: Brooks. Guy with a bag of spiders who tried to take down Castle and me.
Vikram Singh: If Brooks picked up Caleb at the airport, then this ties Caleb directly to LokSat.
Kate Beckett: Well, look, it’s a start, anyway.
Vikram Singh: A start? It’s photographic evidence.
Kate Beckett: Of what? That he got into a car with a bad guy? Caleb’s a public defender. He represents bad guys.
Vikram Singh: He was using an alias. We can use this to go at Caleb, get him to reveal LokSat’s identity.
Kate Beckett: Until he alerts LokSat that we’re onto him, and then we’re all dead. No, we got to wait until we have something more concrete.
Vikram Singh: Fine. Caleb’s alias, Peter McCaffrey, I’ll look into see what other trips he’s taken under that name, see if it leads somewhere more definitive.
Kate Beckett: Look, I… I know this is frustrating. But we’re getting close. We just have to tread carefully.

Alan Masters: [meeting Gwen for dinner] This is a huge mistake. I’m a safety inspector. That’s not even a little sexy. This is so much scarier than dying.
Richard Castle: You are Alan Masters, superhero. Chicks dig superheroes.
Alan Masters: Should I tell her I’m a superhero?
Richard Castle: I wouldn’t open with that.
Kevin Ryan: We IDed the owner of Bullseye Waste Management. He’s a guy named Horatio Spate.
Richard Castle: That’s a good supervillain name.
Kevin Ryan: This is not a joke. Spate is suspected of executing over a dozen people. I texted you his picture just to put him on your radar. Whatever you do, don’t leave the loft.
Richard Castle: Don’t leave the loft. Got it.
Kevin Ryan: Wait, what’s that noise?
Richard Castle: Uh…
[to avoid Ryan’s question, he checks the picture Ryan texted; as he turns around, he sees Spate heading towards Alan and Gwen] Richard Castle: Crap.

Horatio Spate: Hello, Alan.
Alan Masters: Do I know you?
Horatio Spate: Sorry to interrupt your romantic dinner.
Richard Castle: [sitting down] Careful, Alan. He’s your archnemesis.
Alan Masters: Seriously? I have an archnemesis? Is… is that how they dress?
Gwen Parker: Alan, you’re cute and I like you, but this is all a bit much. You say that you’re a superhero, and… and he’s a supervillain. So does that make you his sidekick?
Richard Castle: Sidekick? Please. I’m the mentor.
Gwen Parker: And I’m his date. Or at least I was. I’m sorry. This is just weird.
Alan Masters: [to Castle, as Gwen leaves] And she thinks I’m crazy. Thank you so much. This is all your fault.

CASTLE - "Dead Again" - When a mild mannered safety inspector for the city (guest star Jonathan Silverman) miraculously survives a poisoning, it might be luck; but when he survives another, it's a mystery Castle and Beckett will have to solve, on "Castle," MONDAY, APRIL 25 (10:00-11:00 p.m. EDT) on the ABC Television Network. (ABC/Tyler Golden) JONATHAN SILVERMAN, TAMALA JONES

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