A famous Judge at a prestigious dog show rolls over and plays dead. Trouble is, he’s not really playing and his murder may be tied to a reality TV star. It’s episode 13 from season 4 of Castle, “An Embarrassment of Bitches”.
00:00:39 – John recently saw the dark and terrifying film, “Stakeland” which somehow leads to a discussion about “Fringe”, and whether or not it’s in danger of cancellation. Meanwhile, Heidi sings the praises of the Academy Award Nominated film, “Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close”. In absence of a News Segment this week, John discusses this advertisement, and discusses the idea of it being more than a car commercial. You can now see the full ad here.
00:24:54 – 4×13, “An Embarrassment of Bitches”.
00:30:35 – Heidi and John share their thoughts on this episode including guest stars, undercover agents and dogs.
00:52:17 – Pierre plays catch up as he writes in his thoughts on “Cuffed”, “Til Death Do Us Part” and “Dial M for Mayor”.
00:56:25 – Jesse also writes in on “Dial M for Mayor”, with favorite lines and some positive remarks about Captain Gates.
00:59:18 – Europa sends in her thoughts on “Til Death Do Us Part”, specifically about the wedding scene, or lack thereof.
01:03:30 – Zoe takes a moment to share a little about herself, in her own personal APB Segment.
01:13:53 – Gayna writes in with her thoughts on this episode including favorite moments and a few clever references that went over John’s head.
The Murder Board:
01:23:40 – April, Beth, Miranda and Tabz seemed to really enjoy the episode. Becca and Anna were not as impressed.
01:29:30 – “Precinct” by Robert Duncan.
01:30:26 – Breaking Bad Podcast.
01:32:00 – Episode titles and air dates for new, upcoming episodes.
01:34:46 – Title and synopsis for the next new episode.
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Music for this podcast courtesy of Emmy-nominated, series composer, Robert Duncan. Used with permission.