A trunk, which was submersed for about eight days in a brook, contains a female body, which was boiled, had all bones removed and was sewn up again. Bones resumes her holiday, 'no bones, no Bones', boating with Sully who considers moving onto it permanently. Hair and a genetic disease indicate an Asian, about 20, immigrated- identified through the Homeland Security database as Li Ling Fan, on a fiancée visum, but her partner, Drew Harper, a fence specializing in Asian objects, says they mutually called off the wedding a month ago and escapes. Booth gets Bones who finds sinologist Professor Shi Jon Chen, who introduces them to old Mai Zhang, whose 40 year-old son is a candidate for minghun, an old Chinese tradition for bachelors of reburial with the bones of a posthumous 'bride'... Sully decides to buy the yacht, names it Temperance and asks Bones to take a sabbatical to sail a year with him in the Caribbean, even Booth advises to accept...
Did You Know?
After splitting the re-inflated head open on two occasions whilst using pressurized air through a tube, the props department resorted to an old fashioned method to get the job done. They applied their lips to the tube, and blew. See more
When Sully is leaving on his boat at the end, if you look closely on the right side of the boat a hand appears and later when they flash back to him you can see a head appear on the boat, yet Sully is the only person on the boat. See more
[referring to 2 skeletons on the table
I am going to draw them a wedding picture.
Dr. Camille Saroyan
Okay. Well. You do that, we should find out who poisoned the victim and arrest him for murder.
References Cast Away
Written by Kathy Fisher
, Ron Wasserman
and "Filo & Peri" (Bo Pericic and Domenick Filopei)
Performed by Fisher See more