Bones (2005– )
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A Boy in a Tree 

Bones and Booth investigate the body of a teenager found hanging in a tree on the grounds of an exclusive private school.

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(as Patrick Norris)

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(created by), (inspired by the life of forensic anthropologist and author) | 3 more credits »
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Jack Hodgins (as TJ Thyne)
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Mickey Santana (as Jose Zuniga)
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Sid Shapiro (as Heavy D.)
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Oraldo (as Carlos Cervantes)
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Bones and Booth investigate the body of a teenager found hanging in a tree on the grounds of an exclusive private school.

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Trivia

When Brennan hands Booth the access pass he wanted, she says 'Absit invidia' - a Latin phrase meaning "Let ill will be absent", i.e. "No offense". See more »

Goofs

When Bones and Booth are talking in the Forensics Area and their cell phones ring, Bones's hair is up in a tight pony tail, when she turns to grab her phone her hair is in a low, loose pony tail, then when she turns back to Booth her hair is up in a high, tight pony tail again. See more »

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Dr. Temperance Brennan: You were right about the school, serving pudding.
Special Agent Seeley Booth: Stirring the pudding...
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Bones Theme
Written by The Crystal Method
Performed by The Crystal Method
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Lose the Tude!
9 July 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Booth and Brennan is why I watch this show. They both have personality issues, though I usually like Booth more than Brennan.

Booth was in a very, very bad mood throughout this episode. If I had been Brennan at the end, I would have punched him and told him where to stick his access card. I'm not sure what was wrong, but he was very obnoxious. I don't recall him being that way often throughout the episode story.

The story was good. Booth and Brennan worked well together, and the squints pulled together to get a job done.

One thing I puzzled over: It seems in the previous episode, Booth had an access card. I recall him scanning himself through.

I liked it better when Booth shows up at the lab to work on the case. It seemed more personable. In later seasons, he hardly ever shows up.


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