I adored the scene where the daughter was crying about how she lied to him. You could see (and, as a parent, vicariously feel) the fear rising in Castle as she went through her story about the cab and the rain. When she said, in complete dispair, "I jumped the turnstile!" and wept, I laughed in relief. That was excellent writing. It pulled me in and made me feel what the character would feel. I hope that is the worst thing I ever have to worry about with my kids -- well, something that minor at least as there aren't subways in Mississippi.