Castle is home, mostly alone, in a wheelchair after a skiing accident, bored out of his wits just before his birthday. After a while, he actually picks up a pair of binoculars Alexis gave him to play Rear Window. Indeed, right across the street a foxy resident betrays her studly husband with a younger hottie. Shortly after, the cheated husband finds his rival's hat, wields a knife and seems to dispose of the corpse while she isn't seen again. Yet his NYPD team mates only reluctantly investigate and can't find any proof. Castle becomes obsessed with the possibility that he witnessed a murder, while Beckett grows increasingly upset with his mania and sets out to find out the truth one way or the other. That's when things take a surprising and shocking turn...
Did You Know?
When the title appears, the blood/ink from the pen spells out the number "100". This happens to be the 100th show. See more
Beckett refers to a situation where an IRS auditor is paid to act as someone's tax consultant as a "legitimate arrangement". While not illegal, it's not legitimate, either. Employees of the IRS are prohibited from receiving money or anything of material value for tax advice or preparation. It's a violation of professional ethics. See more
Hey... did you eat my fries?
You shouldn't have left them.
During the title sequence, when the letters appear with flashes of light, a large number '100' appears and disappears with the flashes, three times, every time in different size and at a different place around the letters. Finally, the blood spatter from the pen in the title logo forms the number '100'. See more
References Rear Window
Written by Robert Duncan See more