6x06 Get A Clue

Original Air Date: 28 October 2013
Writer
: Christine Roum
Director: Holly Dale

DUSTJACKET BLURB


The victim has a connection to a legend of New York City, and the mysterious symbols found on her body and in her apartment lead the detectives on a not-so-merry chase for history - and treasure?


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Get A Clue

GUEST CAST

MUSIC

  • Myko Olivier - PI
  • Pamela Shaddock - MARCELLA
  • Aaron Craven - HENRY COLLINS
  • James MacDonald - BENJAMIN WADE
  • "Song" - ARTIST (Placement)
LITERARY AND OTHER REFERENCES
  • "Felonious monk" is a sly reference to jazz great Thelonious Monk.
  • The Da Vinci Code is a bestselling novel by Dan Brown which leans heavily on the interpretation of certain religious and artistic symbols in order to reveal an apocrypal legend concerning Mary Magdalene and Jesus Christ.
  • National Treasure is a 2004 film starring Nicolas Cage, in which clues to a supposed treasure trove hidden by Freemasons are found on and in various artifacts of American history.
  • The Renaissance Faire was originally created in 1963 by a teacher in southern California, for her students, re-enacting life in Renaissance-era England. In 1966 it was relocated to the Paramount Ranch in Agoura, California, and dubbed The Renaissance Pleasure Faire of Southern California. Eventually, the company added a Northern California event, and as the format became popular, there have been many similar such events across the U.S.

MEMORABLE MOMENTS

QUOTABLE QUOTES

  • Castle comparing his inventory of swords to that of the shop.
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  • CASTLE: Maybe he took a vow of silence.
    WADE: Actually, I am a monk. I just learned to think before I speak.

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JUST THE FACTS

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OOPS
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