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“We'll meet again, don't know where, don't know when, but I know we'll “Castle” managed to make the 3XK episode even more than that. The 3XK storyline makes a welcome return in this week's episode of Castle A history of the TV detective in 10 coats I try never to watch the previews for episodes on shows I am reviewing so that This suspicion is all but confirmed when that earlier episode ends with the strains of We'll Meet Again floating menacingly. More info about the ABC show: Castle on Wikipedia Other TV-related subreddits you might like: ABC · Firefly previous cases. 3XK appeared to die in the 5th season, but the song from that pen flash drive made Castle and Beckett think otherwise. Because it says 'we'll meet again'. And it's basically the.
Ryan handled her a piece of paper. Her heart stopped beating. She felt a cold running down her spine. Clumsily she grabbed her phone and speed dialed Castle. As soon as they arrived at their loft, Beckett saw the M. E's van parked on the opposite side of the building. The detective only assumed that's where they had found Kelly Nieman's body. But she didn't care about the body at that moment. All she wanted was to make sure that Castle was alright. Ryan, Esposito, Beckett had already vests on and guns in hand, ready for anything.
They got out of the elevator quietly, waiting to hear any sound, but instead they were greeted by silence. The door was locked. Then, they heard it.
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What scared her the most was that she couldn't hear any kind of response from Castle. So, without thinking it twice Beckett kicked down the door and entered the loft. Time stopped as she saw the scene before her eyes. She wasn't prepared for this. She was expecting Castle to be held by Tyson with a gun pointing at his temple, that was her worst case scenario There it was, Tyson standing in the living room, with a bloody knife in his hand and a completely psycho expression.
Castle however, was hanged upside down, his hands tied behind his back and feet tied to the sick green and white rope keeping him elevated from the floor.
But what terrified Beckett the most was the large pool of red shinny blood directly below him. He had his mouth taped and Beckett saw how the blood was coming from the side of his neck. Castle looked so pale from the blood loss and was not conscious anymore. Beckett didn't even know if he was still alive and that caused her stomach to dropped to the ground. Beckett couldn't take it anymore. Tyson's body crumbled on the ground.
Immediately Beckett ran towards Castle. Ryan helped Beckett lowering Castle down and lay him on the couch. There was a pulse. It was weak but it was there.
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We'll meet again, Don't know where, don't know when. But I know well meet again, some sunny day. It was one of those lazy sunday mornings. After fourteen excruciating days waiting for Tyson to make a move, and after five more days in the hospital waiting for Castle to recover from the blood loss and the deep cut on the side of his neck, Beckett was finally able to sleep properly, pressed against Castle's body, breathing him in.
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Taking all of him. He was still sound asleep when she first opened her eyes. He looked as peaceful as she felt inside, his head on his forehead, Beckett took this chance to see him Later on in the episode, after a three-month time jump, Kate tells Castle that she has broken up with Josh, admitting that while she "really liked him", she could not give herself to another while focusing on her mother's case. Smith[ edit ] Michael Smith, better known as Mr.
Smith Geoff Piersonis a mysterious old friend of Roy Montgomery who first appeared in the season three finale "Knock Out". He is believed to have saved Montgomery's life, which convinces Montgomery that Smith is trustworthy. When Montgomery was killed by men working for the man responsible for Beckett's mother's murder, he sent incriminating files to Smith.
These files had the potential to be very damaging to Montgomery's killers, and Smith used the files as leverage against them. In exchange for Beckett's life, Smith keeps the files out of the public arena on the condition that Beckett stops her investigation into her mother's murder.
Smith makes his next appearance in the season four premiere "Rise", contacting Richard Castle and asking him to convince Beckett to stand down, though Castle himself continues the investigation.
It is unknown if Smith is his real name. Smith appears again in "Dial M for Mayor". When Castle and Beckett investigate a murder connected to the Mayor of New York City, Smith points Castle in the direction of evidence that leads them to an aide in the mayor's office. After they arrest the aide, Smith sends him legal counsel, effectively stopping the investigation. Castle is enraged, but Smith points out that if the case went any further, the mayor would either be removed from office or voluntarily leave to pursue a campaign for state governor.
With the mayor out of office, Victoria Gates' first act would be to have Castle removed from the 12th Precinct, and without Castle, Beckett would have no protection against her mother's killers.
In the season four finale, "Always", a break-in at Captain Montgomery's house reopens the case and leads to Smith contacting Castle to try to get Beckett to back down again. However, this time, Castle fails and walks away. At the end of the episode, Cole Maddox—an assassin sent by the killers—shows up at Smith's house. Maddox wanted to recover the files that Montgomery had sent Smith as his employer no longer wanted to live blackmailed.
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Maddox wants the information, promising that he would kill Beckett as soon as he gets it. Smith is later found dead in the fifth-season premiere "After the Storm", having been tortured by Maddox. However, he had laid a booby trap on the files that kills Maddox though Beckett is able to reconstruct them enough to learn the identity of Bracken.
His exact relationship to Montgomery remains unknown, and there has been no explanation of how he came to be in a position to stop the conspiracy from harming Beckett. In the season six semi-finale "Veritas", it is revealed that Smith had faked his death and had gone into hiding to find a new way to implicate Senator William Bracken, the man behind the whole conspiracy.
At first he found a consultant working for Bracken who could prove that Bracken's campaign funding in his bid for president was corrupt, but his contact was killed off before that could happen. Smith later attempted to turn one of Bracken's employees, Jason Marks, but Vulcan Simmons killed him before that could happen.
Soon after Beckett connected the dots between Simmons and Bracken, Simmons was killed off to frame her. Smith later met clandestinely with Castle and Beckett, who were on the run, revealing that Bracken was searching for a tape containing audio evidence proving he ordered the murders, including that of Beckett's mother, but he had no idea where it could be. Smith then departed their company, warning them not to contact him again.
After remembering her first encounter with Montgomery, Beckett realizes he'd given the tape to her mother and finds it in her mother's old elephant figurines on her desk.
With this new evidence, Beckett is finally able to arrest Bracken as he announces on live TV his intention to run for president. As the Triple Killer, he periodically returned to New York to terrorize the city, strangling three women in a week, dumping their bodies in alleys, and then leaving the city without a trace after three weeks. At some indeterminate point, he would return to the city and repeat the process.
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Roy Montgomery was part of the original task force assigned to catch him, and Richard Castle researched the Triple Killer's original crime spree when he was writing one of his novels, When It Comes to Slaughter. No law enforcement agency has ever come close to catching Tyson, and it was widely believed that he was dead as he has been away from New York for an extended period of time. It is only through Castle's efforts that the police are able to put a name to the Triple Killer when Castle realizes that Tyson's absence from the city and his killing pattern was because he was in prison.
Nevertheless, Tyson successfully escapes even after he is confronted, overpowering Kevin Ryan and stealing his service weapon.
He is later directly responsible for the events of "Kick the Ballistics" when he hands Ryan's weapon to an enemy under the guise of friendship, knowing that the man will use the gun in a future crime and attract the attention of Beckett and her team. Tyson makes his second appearance in the season five episode "Probable Cause", where he frames Castle for the murder of a young woman and plans to have his contacts in prison kill Castle as soon as he arrives after his arraignment.
He also plants suggestive e-mails on Castle's computer with the intention of having Beckett believe Castle has been unfaithful to her. When Castle breaks out of custody and proves Tyson's involvement in the young woman's murder, Tyson confronts both him and Beckett on a bridge.
Castle shoots Tyson, who falls into the water below. Police divers are unable to recover his body and he is formally listed as missing and presumed to be dead. Castle, however, believes that Tyson orchestrated the encounter to stage his own death in front of Beckett, whose account of events will be used to lend credibility to the belief that Tyson is dead.
In the season six episode, "Disciple", Castle suspected Tyson to be behind murdered doppelgangers of Lanie and Esposito and is proven right when it is discovered that the doppelgangers were used to steal all the 3XK files from police records. Though they arrested the real killer who wanted to emulate Tyson, Ryan discovered that the plastic surgeon, Kelly Nieman Annie Werschingresponsible for the look-a-likes' appearances was a prison doctor at the same time Tyson was admitted and resigned the day he escaped, and thus suspected of being Tyson's girlfriend.
Beckett's team raids the surgeon's office, only to find it cleaned out, with only a note reading "Better luck next time". At the end of the episode, it is implied that if Tyson is still alive, he has gathered followers to assist him in his crimes; if he is dead, his admirers within the serial killing community have started paying tribute to his crimes.
Both possibilities leave the 12th Precinct equally disturbed. In season seven, Tyson and Nieman return after one of the latter's patients is found dead.
Tyson masqueraded as Michael Boudreaux, falsely claiming that Nieman gave him surgery to look like Tyson. With the 3XK files gone, Castle and Beckett try to prove that "Boudreaux" was Tyson by tracking down his mother and finding a tooth among his possessions for DNA testing. However, the results were inconclusive and the 12th Precinct was forced to let him go. While Tyson and Nieman were at the precinct, their accomplice, Amy Barrett, another of Nieman's patients, lured Beckett away from the precinct and captured her.
Tyson left a series of false trails for the police follow, eventually leading to Castle assaulting Tyson in Boudreaux's apartment, but was stopped by the police before he could do any harm. After pressing charges against Castle, Tyson and Nieman drop off the grid.
Castle went to Tyson's cellmate, Marcus Gates, for the location of Tyson's safehouse. Upon arriving, Tyson captures Castle and holds him captive so he could watch Nieman take Beckett's face for her own.
However, it is a trap set by Castle to draw him out into the open and Esposito is waiting outside with a sniper rifle. On Castle's order, Esposito shoots Tyson in the abdomen, killing him.
They are able to use his phone to find Beckett, who had killed Nieman and escaped. As the Triple Killer, Tyson is characterized as a master of disguise, and able to easily manipulate and coerce people to do his bidding and even confess to his crimes.
He is shown to be meticulous in his attention to detail, both in the planning an execution of his crimes, and has been shown to carry out complex crimes without leaving any evidence behind.
He confides to Castle that he enjoys stalking his victims and planning their deaths more than actually killing them, and it is implied that when he leaves New York, he adopts the persona of another serial killer and carries out a new series of crimes under a different identity.