Credit: Adam Taylor and Eric McCandless/ABC Television Group © 2011 Disney Photo: Lanie in Season 4, Episode 2: “Heroes and Villains”

Castle Season 4, Episode 2: “Heroes and Villains” was hilarious! All the talk of superheroes and comic books got everyone a little excited. The 12th precinct was on fire this week. Check out the top quotable moments:

13. Castle: I seem to remember asking you to make me an E.T. Halloween costume and you told me you didn’t know how to sew.
Martha: Details. Besides, you were 32 at the time.

Once a geek, always a geek.

12. Martha: Richard are you crying?
Castle: No! It’s the onions!

Uh-huh.

11. Castle (to Lanie): Then you do not understand the sacred bond between a man and his unit.

Good thing.

10. Beckett: The killer probably followed him from the bar.
Castle: With a sword?
Beckett:  Touché.

What she said.

9. Ferris’ Mom: These things can happen.
Castle: Not in this century, they don’t.

The times they have a-changed.

8. Beckett: I’m gonna need the names of the all the enemies your son may have had.
Ferris’ Mom: You’re gonna need a bigger pad.

Now that’s no way for a mother to talk about her son.

Credit: Adam Taylor and Eric McCandless/ABC Television Group © 2011 Disney Photo: Beckett in Season 4, Episode 2: “Heroes and Villains”

7. Huertas: Maybe a sword is a justice system.
Ryan: Yeah. For Quentin Tarantino maybe.

If only real life were like the movies …

6. Tony “the Butcher”: He used to work for me at Tony Valtini Enterprises.
Beckett: Which division? Drug sales or distribution of stolen property?

Oh, snap!

5. Castle: Let’s just say, Tyler Ferris is half the man he used to be.

He’s only half joking.

4. Castle: Our killer is a superhero!

Exciting!

3. Castle: Can I help it if I have superhuman, daredevil-like hearing?

So humble.

2. Castle: My spidey-senses are tingling.

Ladies and gentleman, that is not an innuendo.

1. Castle: If you could be any comic book character, who would you be?
Beckett: Elektra.
Castle: Oh, a ruthless assassin who hides from her emotions.

Life imitates art.