Bones

Bones – The Lance to the Heart

by Alan Rapp on October 5, 2014

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Bones - The Lance to the Heart

While working to uncover the conspiracy inside the FBI that dates back to the days of J. Edgar Hoover and solve the murder of Sweets (John Francis Daley), Booth (David Boreanaz) and the Jeffersonian team take time out to say farewell to one of their own. Stopping Booth from going out and recklessly attacking the man (Sam Anderson) he thinks (but has no proof) is responsible for the death of Sweets, Bones (Emily Deschanel) gives her team enough time to follow the facts and uncover the true mastermind (JD Cullum) of the conspiracy.

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Bones – The Conspiracy in the Corpse

by Alan Rapp on September 26, 2014

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Bones - The Conspiracy in the Corpse

Set three months after the events of the show’s Ninth Season finale, Booth (David Boreanaz) remains in prison for the death of three FBI agents. On the outside Bones (Emily Deschanel) gathers the Jeffersonian team to look into a 16 year-old murder in hopes of unraveling the conspiracy inside the FBI. Hodgins (T.J Thyne), Clark (Eugene Byrd), and Cam (Tamara Taylor) have their hands full when they discover someone to great pains to make it incredibly difficult to gather any new useful information about the remains should they ever be exhumed. Fearing for her husband’s safety in the prison, Bones also takes it upon herself to blackmail the Federal Prosecutor (David Fabrizio) in charge of his case to get Booth sent home before another prison assault leaves Booth with more than just scrapes and bruised ribs.

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Bones – The Cold in the Case

by Alan Rapp on April 16, 2014

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Bones - The Cold in the Case

While the Jeffersonian squints deal with a confounding body found in a suburban marsh, which only begins to make sense once they discover that the woman’s body had been cryogenically frozen for months before her body was dumped, Cam (Tamara Taylor) and Vaziri‘s (Pej Vahdat) relationship goes through a rough patch with the arrival of his disapproving parents (Pej Vahdat, Braeden Marcott) with whom Arastoo has never gotten along.

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Bones – The High in the Low

by Alan Rapp on April 9, 2014

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Bones - The High in the Low

The Jeffersonian is called in to investigate the discover of the remains of an art student found in the woods during a manhunt of an escaped prisoner. Before her murder the young woman suffering from Lupus worked for a medical marijuana dispensary in D.C. which opens up new suspects in the form of a college kid (P.J. Boudousqué) who was thrown out of the shop while trying to score some drugs, the clinic’s security guard (Roshawn Franklin) who Sweets (John Francis Daley) believes had unreciprocated feelings for the victim based on a series of drawings she did before her death, and the dispensary’s owner (Larry Sullivan) whose livelihood was put in jeopardy when the young woman started selling her own strain of pot to customers at the show under the table.

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Bones – The Heiress of the Hill

by Alan Rapp on February 2, 2014

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Bones - The Heiress of the Hill

As Booth (David Boreanaz) deals with the fact his wife makes more money than him (something the character has none and dealt with repeatedly over the course of the series, but hey let’s do it again) and Hodgins (T.J. Thyne) discovers he has a mental patient (Jonno Roberts) for a brother (somebody watched Rain Man the week this script was due), the Jeffersonian works to help the FBI solve the murder of a community college student who was kidnapped the day before.

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