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21st May '16 8:45:57 PM larkey
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* OfficerOHara: DownplayedTrope with Kevin Ryan. He doesn't have the accent and is at least one generation, possibly more, removed from Ireland. Still, references to his Irish heritage crop up now and again, such as being RaisedCatholic and [[spoiler:having gone undercover with an Irish-American gang in his earlier years.]]
16th May '16 11:14:02 PM erforce
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* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: In "Pretty Dead", [[LaverneAndShirley Michael]] [[ThisIsSpinalTap McKean]] plays Victor Baron, a thinly veiled Donald Trump clone, complete with comb-over.

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In "Pretty Dead", [[LaverneAndShirley [[Series/LaverneAndShirley Michael]] [[ThisIsSpinalTap [[Film/ThisIsSpinalTap McKean]] plays Victor Baron, a thinly veiled Donald Trump Creator/DonaldTrump clone, complete with comb-over.
27th Apr '16 4:46:10 PM Andrzej
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** Played for laughs (but still a heartwarming scene) in "Tick Tick Tick...". Early in the episode, Castle wonders if he is responsible for a killer who was obsessed with Nikki Heat. Beckett told Castle that the killer would have simply found something else to fixate on if not Nikki Heat and that blaming Nikki Heat for the killer was like "blaming Music/TheBeatles' 'Helter Skelter' for Charles Manson or Jodie Foster for John Hinkley." Later, when Beckett seemed upset at the killer's obsession with her (as Nikki Heat's inspiration), Castle assures her, "A very wise woman once said, you can't blame Jodie Foster for John Hinkley. [[TakeThat Although you can blame her for Nim's Island.]]"

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** Played for laughs (but still a heartwarming scene) in "Tick Tick Tick...". Early in the episode, Castle wonders if he is responsible for a killer who was obsessed with Nikki Heat. Beckett told Castle that the killer would have simply found something else to fixate on if not Nikki Heat and that blaming Nikki Heat for the killer was like "blaming Music/TheBeatles' 'Helter Skelter' for Charles Manson or Jodie Foster for John Hinkley." Later, when Beckett seemed upset at the killer's obsession with her (as Nikki Heat's inspiration), Castle assures her, "A very wise woman once said, you can't blame Jodie Foster for John Hinkley. [[TakeThat Although you can blame her for Nim's Island.]]"for]] Film/NimsIsland."
27th Apr '16 11:54:25 AM aye_amber
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** Played for laughs (but still a heartwarming scene) in "Tick Tick Tick...". Early in the episode, Castle wonders if he is responsible for a killer who was obsessed with Nikki Heat. Beckett told Castle that the killer would have simply found something else to fixate on if not Nikki Heat and that blaming Nikki Heat for the killer was like "blaming TheBeatles' 'Helter Skelter' for Charles Manson or Jodie Foster for John Hinkley." Later, when Beckett seemed upset at the killer's obsession with her (as Nikki Heat's inspiration), Castle assures her, "A very wise woman once said, you can't blame Jodie Foster for John Hinkley. [[TakeThat Although you can blame her for Nim's Island]]."

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** Played for laughs (but still a heartwarming scene) in "Tick Tick Tick...". Early in the episode, Castle wonders if he is responsible for a killer who was obsessed with Nikki Heat. Beckett told Castle that the killer would have simply found something else to fixate on if not Nikki Heat and that blaming Nikki Heat for the killer was like "blaming TheBeatles' Music/TheBeatles' 'Helter Skelter' for Charles Manson or Jodie Foster for John Hinkley." Later, when Beckett seemed upset at the killer's obsession with her (as Nikki Heat's inspiration), Castle assures her, "A very wise woman once said, you can't blame Jodie Foster for John Hinkley. [[TakeThat Although you can blame her for Nim's Island]]."Island.]]"
19th Feb '16 10:29:15 AM PaulA
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'''Castle:''' ''[Exploding]'' I ''know'', Ryan! I know that! I ju--Can you just let me have this moment?! This one, small, ''TreasureIsland'' ''IndianaJones'' moment?\\

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'''Castle:''' ''[Exploding]'' I ''know'', Ryan! I know that! I ju--Can you just let me have this moment?! This one, small, ''TreasureIsland'' ''IndianaJones'' ''Literature/TreasureIsland'' ''Franchise/IndianaJones'' moment?\\
2nd Feb '16 7:32:03 PM bradleysigma
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1st Jan '16 5:13:35 AM erforce
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---> '''Beckett''': "Nobody got murdered in {{Showgirls}}. ''[A {{beat}}]'' I hear."

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---> '''Beckett''': "Nobody got murdered in {{Showgirls}}.''Film/{{Showgirls}}''. ''[A {{beat}}]'' I hear."
11th Dec '15 5:27:45 PM DragonQuestZ
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* PrettyInMink: Martha buys a fur coat in "Lucky Stiff", [[ItsFakeFurItsFine but states it's fake]].
** In "The Blue Butterfly", a mob boss's girlfriend (portrayed by Beckett in Castle's mind) wears a huge white fox wrap.

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* PrettyInMink: Quite a number of wealthy ladies are shown wearing furs.
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Martha buys a fur coat in "Lucky Stiff", [[ItsFakeFurItsFine but states it's fake]].
** In "The Blue Butterfly", a mob boss's girlfriend (portrayed by Beckett in Castle's mind) arrives at a club and wears a huge white fox wrap.


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** FashionDesigner Matilda King is first shown wearing a lynx coat draped over her shoulders.
25th Nov '15 9:08:38 PM Kirayoshi
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*** At one point when Beckett informs Castle of a murder at the convention, Castle asks, "Did Doctor Octopus finally take out ComicBook/SpiderMan?" The episode aired just as Marvel was publishing the "Dying Wish" arc in ''Amazing Spider-Man'', in which [[FreakyFridayFlip Doc Ock mind-swapped with Spider-Man]] and seemingly killed him, paving the way for ''ComicBook/TheSuperiorSpiderMan''.

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*** At one point when Beckett informs Castle of a murder at the convention, Castle asks, "Did Doctor Octopus finally take out ComicBook/SpiderMan?" ComicBook/SpiderMan?" The episode aired just as Marvel was publishing the "Dying Wish" arc in ''Amazing Spider-Man'', in which [[FreakyFridayFlip Doc Ock mind-swapped with Spider-Man]] and seemingly killed him, paving the way for ''ComicBook/TheSuperiorSpiderMan''.''ComicBook/SuperiorSpiderMan''.
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