"Merle had this dealer. This janky little white guy. A tweaker. One day we were over at his house watching tv. Wasn’t even noon yet and we were all wasted. Merle was high. We were watching this show and Merle was talking all this dumb stuff about it. And he wouldn’t let up. Merle never could. Turns out it was the tweaker’s kid’s favirite show. And he never sees his kids, so he felt guily about it or something. So he punches Merle in the face. So I started hitting the tweaker like, hard. As hard as I can. Then he pulls a gun, sticks it right here. He says, "I’m gonna kill you, bitch." So Merle pulls his gun on him. Everyone’s yelling. I’m yelling. I thought I was dead. Over a dumb cartoon about a talking dog. The tweaker punched me in the gut. I puked. They both started laughing and forgot all about it.”
6x19 - The Greater Good: “How much fun would that be? And talk about an appropriate, if not slightly on-the-nose, metaphor: a bride and groom together, side-by-side, as they go through the ups and downs, the twists and turns, and the loop-de-loops of life.”
Please, Castle, you have to promise me if you don’t hear from me by 10 o’clock you will call me and get me out of there.