Booth and Brennan's next case leads them to a crime scene where a human carcass has literally melted into the dashboard of a charred truck. As the team investigates the case, they discover ...
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Booth and Brennan's next case leads them to a crime scene where a human carcass has literally melted into the dashboard of a charred truck. As the team investigates the case, they discover a gunshot wound in the victim, but learn that neither the fire nor the bullet was the cause of the victim's death. Additional clues lead them to a local high school where the victim's wife is a teacher. As a student-teacher relationship begins to surface and a pattern takes shape in the lab, the team is able to track down the murder weapon and solve the crime. Meanwhile, Sweets resists the temptation of allowing his feelings for Daisy to interfere with helping her pass a government psychological evaluation, and Hannah attempts to break the ice and warm up to Booth's son Parker. Written by
The agent Sweets (John Francis Daley) talks to in his office about multiple personalities, Agent Coors, is the same agent that was looking for advice for sex change when Booth interrupts in 6 episode 4 The Body And The Bounty. See more »
When Special Agent Booth asks Jesse Wilson about the tattoo on his arm, Wilson replies that it's the insignia of "Patton's Third Army." However, the insignia shown is actually the red, blue, and yellow triangle insignia of the Third Armored Division. See more »
Dr. Jack Hodgins:
You shot me!
Well, technically no. The bullet is in the back stop. You were struck by the bullet casing because we failed to account for Newton's Third Law of Motion: "For every action there is an-"
Dr. Jack Hodgins:
"Equal and opposite reaction." NOW CAN YOU PLEASE GET ME A FIRST-AIDE KIT?
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