Aired 6 years ago - May 14, 2012
Evil tech genius Christopher Pelant, a suspect in a previous case Brennan and Booth handled, is back in court on appeal. Knowing what he is capable of, Brennan and Booth inform the judge that he is a suspect in two murder cases. Then, Brennan and
Booth are called to the scene of a new murder. After determining the victim is Brennan's friend, who also is linked to Pelant, the Jeffersonian team works to prove he is guilty once and for all. But when law enforcement examines the team's findings, key pieces of evidence are tied to Brennan and suspicion falls on her.
Oh, it's not so refuge-y
for this guy, is it?
and the trochlea.
♪ Main Title Theme ♪ The Crystal Method
== sync, corrected by elderman ==
And, so, you know, hey, Bones
recognizes his broken elbow.
50% of the bite marks.
It takes a genius
to know a genius.
Are you saying you
have to kill it?
So you're absolutely positive
he had no visitors?
No, that's incorrect.
I most certainly would kill.
Hey, is everything okay?
Which is what she hasn't done so far.
Can you stop being like that?
♪ Forgotten thoughts ♪
I'm the one who decides where
the evidence goes and when.
I'll see you at home.
There is no one left
to take him down.
So this is the last thing
that Brennan looked at
I mean this guy just didn't
wander into the woods
In certain situations.
Come on, Flynn.
No, I'm not trying
to be helpful and concerned.
Only problem is, that's gonna
make us look more guilty.
We should have Christine
christened before I'm arrested.
thank you for believing in me.
This is the faith
of the Church.
♪ It took me 27 years ♪
with the grace of Christ
you listen to me
on this subject.
Aired 6 years ago - May 07, 2012
Brennan and Booth head out to Los Angeles to consult on the production of "Bone of Contention," a film based on Brennan's latest book and the work of the Jeffersonian team. While on set, Brennan intervenes after finding flaws with the actors'
performances, not to mention the film's total disregard for science. Then she discovers that the prop cadaver being used is an actual murder victim, forcing her and Booth to launch an investigation that has real-world consequences in the land of make-believe. Meanwhile, Booth is offered a job on the studio lot, and embarrassing information is revealed about Cam's past.
- Wonderful, aren't they?
- Actually, there are some mistakes in the science-
to see if she was a member
of Dimitri's terrorist group.
- Right. Reset. Back to one.
And nobody can do What you do.
Finally, right? Places.
From the top.
Maybe if we solve this case,
they'll put us in the movie more.
It was more cost-effective for
Production to rent real equipment...
Clooney? You are such a rascal.
He plays Dr Yagher-
the Hodgins character
And I dabbled a bit in
entomology as an undergrad.
Mostly drugs, drunk driving...
- I don't think I'm cut out for this place.
- That's how I used to feel.
Honey, Brennan and Cam spoke
with his graduate adviser...
That's Hanson Stephens.
We've got a species
map in the office.
Can I have him return?
Two, three times a year,
Hanson would go AWOL.
If we're lucky and
if you're competent.
Uh, traces of copper and zinc.
The actors might suddenly see their
fictional world as real
- I gotta do him justice.
- Can I have my gun?
Well, that certainly
The sprinkler head. The shape could
match the victim's head injury.
you ask Hanson Stephens to come
to your bungalow late at night.
- You didn't hear any fighting outside or anything?
- Look, guys.
You're telling me you have millions
of dollars of computer equipment...
But I'm not the only
one who felt that way.
How about you, Sundance boy?
So, uh, Mike, he, uh,
offered me a job.
Sorry. Are you ready?
- It was a small, light vehicle.
A circuitous but creative
motive for murder.
Could we get a cutting of the
foliage from that giraffe, please?
pertains to particulates
presented primarily postmortem."
It's probably one of the best
doughnuts I've ever had. Ever.
So Stephens was spying on them.
- Mr. Kent-
- No, no, Mr. Kent.
Ho, ho, ho. Wow.
Yes. You don't seem to have any
other attractive qualities.
You'll ruin it. She's just been grafted.
Booth, you know, I've been thinking.
It is nice here.
What I need is a beer.
Like maybe a whole case.
Aired 6 years ago - Apr 30, 2012
When a corpse is found in the middle of the woods, the team links the victim to two families that have been feuding for almost a century. Brennan and Booth interrogate a family member with a shocking confession that leads them to a motive for the
victim’s murder. Meanwhile, Brennan has a difficult time accepting her father’s offer to babysit their infant daughter because of his unpredictable presence in her own childhood.
Oh, WOW. Talk about
dead guy standing.
the decedent was approximately 80 years old.
I enjoyed the previous one so much,
I Wanted one more. I'm done now.
There's no reason for
the shoes to be on.
I will carbon-date the bones,
which will be even more accurate.
Max here is gonna help out with Christine...
Got the ID from one of the local hospitals.
You're saying that because he
was shot at such close range...
Well, I'm, uh,
very sorry for your loss.
Then they moved on to mule theft...
and I was suddenly dragged out
here to do all the work...
Yeah, well, a lot of money
means a lot of motive.
I'm attempting to get cell phone reception.
And I'll like it.
- We just had a little harmless gunplay.
Lengthy feuds often
have unique origins.
On account of the folks been
lurkin' around at night...
The company's run by a
guy named Dennis Timmons.
Wow. You really are good at this.
Max is doin' great.
You can't really graduate
Phi Beta Kappa from camp.
So I dug up some copper samples to
get a bridge loan from the bank.
These bone fragments from the bullet
should match the victim's bones.
No, she should be up
from her nap already.
So you think he was sick.
I'm gonna tell Booth
and Dr. Brennan.
Don't you think
that's important Work?
Let me get this straight.
You were going to see a Babcock?
Right. You sure are a
lawyer's son, aren't you?
So he Wanted the feud to end so
that the kids could be happy.
I was thinking I could see What
chemicals are in the old bones...
That doesn't make sense!
Because if you solve this one,
I'm plantin' a little bit of heaven on you.
I let that lawyer bitch take those
bullets along with everything else.
- I like it when you appreciate my work.
So all we have to do is
subpoena her clothing.
And the feud a stupid
Aired 6 years ago - Apr 23, 2012
The corpse of a truck company employee is found in the middle of the woods. After the victim’s son is questioned, Booth and Brennan visit his karate class in search of a motive. Back at the lab, Hodgins is going overboard purchasing lab equipment.
Then, Booth’s son Parker returns from England and Brennan is apprehensive about how he’ll react to his new baby sister.
Tell you What. You look over there,
and I'll look over here.
I'm so glad you're back, buddy.
We're all just really
happy that you're back.
at this guy's last meal.
on the victim's
right ischial spine.
The motion sensors in our
bedroom that control the blinds?
Talk about issues. This guy lies about
his height on his driver's license.
We're just trying to understand
What happened that night.
Well, that shouldn't be hard.
Yeah, I will use my new mass spec,
which I intend to keep.
We could mount them and then
hang them up as decoration.
No, he got himself murdered. Rumor has
it you Wanted him out of your way.
He tried to instigate a fight.
- They've even canceled the Founder's Day party.
I started it.
No, he didn't.
Looks like the victim ate a lot
of peanuts the night he died.
'Cause I'm not a baby. Christine's the baby.
I'll see you in 15.
Also, he acted weird.
I'm sorry. This is a private
class reserved for black belts.
What if it can't be avoided?
Rumor is that Tony couldn't let it drop.
with the victim's bone bruises
for both size and shape-
Could we maybe be
looking for a child?
I plan on opening him up to see
What his stomach contents are.
Well, this little turd could
turn out to be our Rosetta Stone.
We'd like to ask your
daughter a few questions.
- I handled it.
- Sir, please, if we could ask the questions.
It was self-defense.
I can prove it.
I'm sorry, but we have our
daughter to think about too.
- Well, the blades need more resistance.
- I know.
Please tell me he's spoken
from beyond the grave.
- Your worm-Spanish is excellent
No, we're goin' to a bar.
You know, the attitude
is really not necessary.
I mean, it's okay for you to be
angry at Parker. You're a good dad.
I could tell he needed a little something
to make the world look a little better.
And then we have
It appears as if he was stabbed from the
front, but the knife was
removed from behind.
It was a fishing blade on one
of those multi-tool knives.
The tip is intact. The blade looks new.
It's Worth it. Take a whiff.
Aired 6 years ago - Apr 16, 2012
When a corpse is found at a landfill, dyed in a blue substance, intern Arastoo Vaziri discovers a method that helps eliminate postmortem damages to the corpse, which leads the team back to a hair salon where the victim worked. Meanwhile Bones is
feeling uncomfortable in her post-baby body, so Booth decides to do something special to boost her self-confidence.
Cam, Cam, do me a favor, okay? When you get
an opening, tell Bones that she looks good.
Judging by the advanced
fusion of the sacrum...
The scavenging has obscured
any other injuries to the bones...
- He might have been poisoned.
- I'll know after the tox screen.
That's crazy. You're supposed...
Yeah, I'm fine. What is it?
I set a certain
standard of excellence...
Huh. Uh, so you were- you were all then...
Oh, God. Something's wrong, isn't it?
We know that he was sleeping
with his clients.
That- That is incredibly geeky of you.
Absolutely. Hopefully, your little
robot car here will be able to bail you out.
Then why did you just tell me?
There are micro-incisions here and here.
He was spotted here last Tuesday.
No, not till he has his public defender.
This is not what I need.
But I just think that she feels like
I'm shining her on. That's all.
- Let's go.
If you want this relationship to last,
you'd better let me help you.
I got us a reservation
at The Four Winds Spa.
No. The hair shaft has a circular
cross section and a thick cuticle.
I'm Tess Levinson.
I'm representing Mr. Sangani.
That's all! I was his supplier.
and treat ourselves with
a trip to the dry cleaners.
Now I'm really feeling like
foolin' around in that car.
You aren't supposed to know
who's on the review board...
That's why you're here.
It's only a matter of time till we match them
to the drugs found in Santiago's system.
just as much as you need to be here.
Five, four, three-
- [Phone Beeps]
- You were right. This was an excellent idea.
and sliced the external carotid artery.
- He was a genius.
- But you're the one who styled them.
After everything I did for Santiago,
"Tactile Forensic Detection
of Bone Anomalies in the Digital Age."
- She's still asleep?
- She is. Look at that, huh?
Aired 6 years ago - Apr 09, 2012
With the help of Special Agent Genny Shaw, the Jeffersonian team identifies the remains of a discount shopper and “extreme couponer” who was dragged along the road by an 18-wheeler. Meanwhile, Brennan is adjusting to her first day back at work after giving birth, and Cam disapproves of her daughter’s romance with intern Finn Abernathy.
She seemed sweet
and really beautiful.
or dried in the sun.
Cars must've been
points to a hit and run.
♪ Bones 7x08 ♪
The Bump in the Road
Original Air Date on April 9, 2012
and the tibia are all in
the same downward direction.
It stained the bone.
Wait a second, Shaw, half mile
ahead of the body?
Uh, there's a truck
that belongs to Fields Market
I found more papers in her bra.
Then I'll get to piecing that
poor woman back together.
Oh, my God.
Um, thank you.
he's been with
Fields Market for 15 years.
I'm telling you, I have no idea
how that woman got under my truck.
we might be able
Yeah, but you were the one who
said that was all behind him.
and parietal bones
and into her brain,
in her mucosa,
appear to be perfect.
it wasn't an accident.
Barb would head out
with a pile of coupons.
Chad, register one.
Chad to register one.
let's go talk in private. Bones.
Yeah, your wrist must've been
I bet that includes murder.
"looking through my
stuff again, bitch,
We're trying to catch a killer,
Well, it looks to be an
Um, Michael is in here, too.
I'll see her soon enough.
Can I help you?
and I was the one
who turned her on to couponing,
He said he didn't think D.C.
had any good catfish,
to follow your boyfriend.
I was on my own.
Yeah, but the receipts
that he checked
There appears to be
a metal fragment of some sort
keeping company with Michelle.
Right, so you killed her
before she could see
I understand that, okay?
That's why you
have me here.
find Chad, huh?
Local produce, organic food.
We might as well pick up
some diapers, too.
Aired 6 years ago - Apr 02, 2012
The remains of an escaped convict are found in a residential sewer, but an examination of the sewer pipes indicates that the murder occurred within prison walls. Brennan insists on solving the crime - despite Booth's pleas for her not to overexert herself - and the expectant couple experiences a very untraditional arrival of their baby daughter.
There's a joke in there somewhere,
if anyone wants to knock it loose.
A man in pieces in a sewer.
- Let's sit down.
- [Bell Dings]
in-case-of-emergency shrinky stuff
that you could throw at her.
First, let's deal with the hospital thing.
Rob burned through
everything he ever had.
Yeah, well, they were probably broken up
so they could fit down the drain.
We'll think you're cool if you do.
No. I found a partial scapula.
You said shout.
- That is extremely unethical.
The two of you should be
ashamed of yourselves!
A pregnant woman is about to give birth.
It's a uterine relaxant.
I learned about it in doula class.
So, Lazebnik's remains show evidence
that he was beaten a year ago.
- You know who broke it up?
- Yep. He's right there.
That's nine inches and change.
- He was killed in here.
Is that not your responsibility?
- The judge would've given him
another six months.
- [Cell Phone Rings]
There's a lot of 'em here, huh, Bones?
Eh, we could have a winner, huh?
If Angela can find out where this paper
came from, it might lead us back to the killer.
No. No, uh, Da- We can't.
- Wait a minute.
Somebody does that to my family,
I'd wanna kill him too.
I mean, you look exhausted. I can see it.
all different concentrations.
I was able to restore part of the text
from the paper scraps that you sent me.
Uh, I'll get it for you right now.
And that's how the rubber got on them.
We are brilliant!
[Saroyan] This looks like
my mom's old muffin recipe.
Okay, fine. I'll do it, not you.
- On the ground! Now! Nobody move!
- [Alarm Buzzes]
Decline. Try to breathe this out!
This country's most important
wine connoisseurs and sommeliers...
[Brennan Cries Out]
Hold on. Okay.
All right. Whoa! Oh, all right.
Look at that. Hi.
# Which way will you go? #
Oh, she is beautiful.
Aired 6 years ago - Jan 12, 2012
A cryptic message penned in human blood is discovered at a national monument. As the Jeffersonian team embarks on a scavenger hunt to solve the case, they realize their tech-savvy suspect remains one step ahead of them. Meanwhile, Booth and Brennan search for the perfect home for their new family.
writes the message,
gets out before anyone can spot him.
You got a name?
Mine worked for Colonel Chicken.
Okay. Maybe I made a couple bad moves.
So, can I have my smokes back?
This has gotta be some kind of record.
We are trying to solve a brutal murder.
This killer is intelligent,
manipulative and hungry for attention.
is-is nothing like looking for a house
when you're pregnant.
I don't even know what we're looking for.
Is the message numbers or words?
- Hello? Honey! Do you even hear me?
Yeah. The guy,
he completely MacGyver-ed it.
That would explain why we haven't
been able to l.D. her.
Whoa! They reduced it by how much?
- It's cozy.
- "Perfect place."
I'll tell you the same thing
I told him when he called.
Monitor company says
he hasn't left the premises.
481 is the Justice Department
We'll figure it out. I gotta call Booth.
No, no, no.
It just says, "lnvestigation suspended."
Well, check out some of these.
Well, anything is possible, Mr. Bray...
- Can you believe this?
- How the hell did he find out
about the archives?
- Go get her.
- All right.
- So you think that Cassutto
defrauded your father?
- Oh, I know it.
Is this another way for the F.B.I.
to cover their ass?
Local family went out of town
for a couple of months,
and she was house-sitting for them.
I don't think anyone's home.
- Doin' okay, Bones?
- Well, I'm frustrated.
Uh, you could say our vanquished enemy.
Doesn't make any sense.
What does that even mean?
Wait a minute.
Suddenly I'm a person of interest here?
It's a bang stick.
Divers use it for sharks.
I have no idea how this happened,
but it is the only explanation.
Who would know how to do that?
Whoever did this, we'll get him.
I think he can get around
an ankle monitor.
that even the Almighty himself
would need an atlas
and a double shot of bourbon to navigate.
has the potential to be turned into
something, I don't know, valuable?
I talked to them. He's right.
I'm a simple guy, and simple guys
always take down guys like you.
# Scratch through the ceiling #
# But now you demonize #
# Shiftless inside your guile #
Aired 6 years ago - Dec 08, 2011
The team discovers the remains of a so-called "storm chaser" who seems to have died while following a tornado. But footage recorded during the storm ultimately leads them to believe he was murdered. Meanwhile, Booth becomes increasingly
overprotective of Brennan both at home and in the field, and sleep-deprived Angela and Hodgins come to terms with having Angela's father and rock musician babysit their infant son.
I'm running checks on the previous employees.
Apparently our baby believes
that sleep is only for the weak.
but I am seeing dozens of different types of
organic and inorganic matter here.
Well, my mom would find a way
to see the happy in all this...
- I didn't know that was a crime.
And since it is highly unlikely
that an object let loose in a tornado...
- Uh- Just-
- No more.
Are you that good when you lie to me?
- Yeah, his- his motor home.
Ugh, it's infuriating.
storm chasing attracts a variety
of distinct personality types.
I- lf there are other storm chasers there...
Seriously, you didn't know
how that was gonna end?
I'll be sorry to see her go.
- Oh, honey. You're so brilliant.
- You too.
And, uh, it doesn't seem right
for that little guy...
He accused her of putting sugar in his gas tank
to keep him away from the storms.
Okay, let's deploy the first two sensors.
I've gotta get my crew on the road.
Don't worry about it! Go! Go! Go!
How'd you even know where to find us?
Man, this one's huge.
- What do you mean? Who?
- I don't know.
This guy deserves his own Nat Geo special.
I got a lot of valuable information, Booth.
- Didn't someone get murdered?
- Oh, yes. Yes.
You built a tornado with a car seat on top?
I did discover some bone abrasions...
You think you have the right to control me
because I'm carrying your progeny.
I also bought him disability, liability.
I cared about my brother.
Maybe we should just call
and see how Michael is doing.
Everyone, we're gonna box everything up...
rotate in a counterclockwise direction.
I'll test this, too, and see if it's a match.
Doesn't make any sense. I mean, how
do you get hit three times with a glass bottle?
Look, I have no idea.
I told you, I've never even met that guy before.
It was wrong, I know.
I had a boyfriend, but I just got carried away.
If we can link any of his
footage to the same tornado...
If there was a way that we could prove...
So you befriended my mother
so that you could have sex with me?
Aired 6 years ago - Dec 01, 2011
Dismembered remains are discovered in several mailing boxes at a dead letter office, and the Jeffersonian team identifies the victim as an employee of a local Ship 'n' Print, where the staff recently split the winnings of a lottery prize. The team
uncovers a complicated love triangle between two married employees and the victim, and while motive points to the husband a critical clue leads them to solve the crime definitively.
- You sure you're okay?
- Yeah, I'm fine. Another day, another crime.
- Whoa. Wow. Oh, God.
- I agree.
This little puppy is a "plycimer" laser.
I had an evidence response team run the
shipping information from the packages.
They were concerned.
They are much larger.
- It tells you where the label was created.
- You're fast.
The Buddhists believe that anger
only brings more anger.
Wasn't there a Lawrence
that worked at Ship 'N' Print?
Okay, this is ridiculous, Dr. Hodgins.
Okay, uh, F.B.I.
I'd like to talk to your manager.
- French Revolution exhibit.
- We tried everything.
He had a magic touch with the VeloBinder.
Yeah, and then the other three
called it rich and quit.
Mmm, the likeliest scenario is one person
killed Oliver for the ticket...
- What are you doing?
They've been married for three years.
Well, perhaps you can help us
find his killer.
- Yeah, I mean, there was a lot of money-
- It was weird.
Right? The labels for the boxes that
contain Oliver's body parts, all right-
The victim struggles with his assailant...
I never burn the garlic.
I do it just the way you taught me.
All right? He was never there for me.
Don't you feel responsible for your boy?
as it simmers.
Well, I guess they were doin'
some kinky calisthenics on the job.
Okay. You know what?
You're free to go. Thanks for coming.
- Not your day for weapons identification, huh?
- Why, thank you.
No. It's not a bad time.
Blah, blah, blah.
Blah, blah- Oh, here we are.
I know you wish some things
could've been resolved-
The third blow severed
his subclavian artery.
Did he show you this photocopy?
We don't have enough evidence yet.
Almost missed it.
It's the same color as the polystyrene.
No. I just assumed it was from our victim.
I'd say overall that's- that's really not
that bad in the scheme of things, right?
And the time you were sweeping up
at his barbershop...
Aired 6 years ago - Nov 17, 2011
After the remains of a female toy company executive are found shrink-wrapped with a Prince Charming doll, the company's CEO gives Booth and Sweets access to the company headquarters' highly classified prototype lab, where details of the victim's
personal life begin to emerge. Meanwhile, Sweets, with the support of his girlfriend, squint Daisy Wick, prepares for his gun certification test despite Booth's opposition to Sweets carrying a weapon. Mom-to-be Brennan, wonders whether she will be a good mother and uses the case as a way to understand the importance of toys and playing with her child.
You didn't have one? Every girl did.
Oh! It's the socket...
making cause of death suffocation.
Very impressive, Angela.
She was nine years old.
She was probably
running away from someone.
What, now? With that?
Well, kids seem to love those.
He's had a bit of a dry spell lately.
That's him right there.
- What? Why?
- Because we think you might be a murderer.
but I am not the guy
you should be questioning.
But look, I would never
hurt Debbie, I swear.
What kind of an animal
could do such a thing?
You truly are the king of the lab.
See how the damage
is all limited to one area?
I just wanted to thank you again
for allowing me in the field.
- That was relevant, wasn't it?
- I cop, you squint.
This is where Debbie Cortez was murdered.
I wish I didn't have
any clothes on right now.
and someone popped the door
with a cheapo car jack.
You have one minute of my attention.
Use it wisely.
this prince is from
the original Charmington run.
She was following the sellers.
[Booth] Look, it's not that I don't
want you to carry a gun, Sweets.
Mail fraud's a federal offense.
Debbie would never do that to me!
- You recognize it?
Right now, the baby is doubling in weight.
We will find her killer.
we can dissect a frog together.
Let me just- Let me just show you.
That this little bee-
this happy little bee-
to fasten red pin 'B' to... happy."
If something like this rattles you,
I can't trust you.
- [Man's Recorded Voice]... on the third floor.
- Uh, you did goodish.
- Goodish, how?
Served in lraq and Afghanistan.
I was opening a toy store at the mall.
but I was the lucky one.
I didn't care so much about that.
is lead sulfate from a car battery.
I'll have Booth check to see
if anyone at Dillio has a car like that.
I closed the door
to try to stop her from leaving.
It was you I was saving.
Aired 6 years ago - Nov 10, 2011
The Jeffersonian team identifies the remains of a competitive-eating champion, just days before the start of the Gluttony Games, a premiere eating competition with a $10,000 prize at stake. The remarkable work of new squint - and former juvenile
delinquent - Finn links obscure evidence found in the belly of a snake with laws of physics that helps solve the crime. Despite his brilliance in the lab, Finn is met with hostility and skepticism, leading Cam to question her decision to give him a chance to start anew. Meanwhile, Booth is caught off-guard by an announcement Brennan makes about their baby. To diffuse the tension between them, the couple agrees to experiment by putting themselves in each other's shoes.
Yes. Should I have told you that
in private as well?
It's all consistent with being thrown through
annealed rather than tempered glass.
Oh, God. I hate snakes.
Oh, wow. It looks like she was eating from
a trough just before she died.
Well, I reckon I'd best go look
and see what we found in the teeth.
But there have been seven tenants
all registered under Sedlak...
No home would be complete
without a python.
Why should I discuss with a federal
prosecutor who I hire in my lab?
This is the Jeffersonian,
not a fishin' hole.
However, the adults who can
speak properly, we're talkin' now.
Look at that face.
It was lodged in the lung
after it was swallowed...
from the facial reconstruction.
She could dislocate her jaw.
I mean, open her mouth really wide.
Throughout history, eating contests have
been popular in wealthy societies...
Well, I have a meeting with a financial
adviser about a trust for our daughter.
- [Cup, Plate Clatter]
This was lodged between
her upper right canine and bicuspid.
Dr. Saroyan, I need a word with you.
You're a cop and a coroner.
What the hell do you think I'm saying?
Wow! Oh! Look at number two go!
Eat! Eat! Eat! Eat! Eat! Eat! Eat!
Eat! Eat! Eat!
- [Loud Burp]
- Really. I asked you not to do that, please.
Uh, Tuesday- Uh, Atlantic City.
- We'll have time to warm him up after.
- After what?
I... was... an ass hat.
Oh, great. All right, let's run it
through the database.
His company sponsors
more people than just Tina.
What's with the scrawny guy?
Why would I risk hurting
such a valuable asset?
Don't read too good, does it?
Maybe we could use your computer
to calculate the mass of the killer...
Look at the victim's teeth.
A very subtle widening.
She wanted me to change my mind.
What? Why? He's got motive.
He's got opportunity.
## [Piano: Alt Folk]
# That you wouldn't #
stem from a plan
to murder your stepfather?
Well, I took it as a sign from above...
- Had the victim been to Japan?
- No. But she knew someone who had.
And that contract that you
signed with the Japanese...
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No, you are gonna ask me to marry you.
- [Device Beeps]
- I'm never gonna be able
to survive this pregnancy.
It could be- Could be cause of death.
I'm not sad.
Whatever was jammed up there
went to the top of the skull.
Well, l... will just tell her
to cool her jets.
- I'm ready.
- All right, ready.
- Still, I mean, you crying.
I'm talking about the omelet shot.
Any word from the beetles?
Oh. Good for Booth.
You and Booth,
you made that baby together.
The other last week,
the night she disappeared.
Claire couldn't remember anything...
You're right. We should move in together.
Even you should know
what that means, Bones.
and I found fibers coated in linseed oil.
A lot of people think that
it was, uh, just publicity...
- Well, it's a good trade-off.
- That's great.
He was in a small-plane crash
that killed his wife.
Did you have any luck identifying
the weapon that was inserted into her brain?
Yes. But that section
is not from remodeling.
Trevor, this is Agent Booth
and Dr. Sweets from the F.B.I.
But she had to change to regain her life,
Trevor. You know that.
Look who came to see Daddy
the mad scientist.
It is not a match for the soil
or the oil that we found in the grave.
- Sweet baby.
But I don't concede that
I'm being unreasonable...
What? So there's no evidence
to tie Trevor Quan to Claire's murder?
I'm sure they feel like they made a mistake
since- now that Claire has been killed.
Well, you didn't have to.
Could this behavior be consistent with her
being in a fugue state?
Just the size for jamming
through the roof of someone's mouth.
Forget it. I didn't kill her.
There was almost 80 grand in there.
ending with the lettuce cups,
where she gets shot.
- The baby's okay?
And if the only way for that to occur
is by finding another dwelling...
- Either that or maybe
he removed it. Look at this.
All right. I think we got all the paint.