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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Mickey Santana (as Jose Zuniga)
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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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Soon after this episode aired, Fox ordered a full season of Bones due to the fact that the first three episodes of the show consistently ranked #1 among key demographics in the Tuesday 8:00 p.m. timeslot. See more »

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Booth sets off an alarm when he steps onto the platform in the lab because he doesn't have his own badge that will deactivate it yet, but in Pilot and The Man in the SUV, there is at least one instance of him using a badge already. This is most likely indicative of a re-shuffle episode order, though it could easily be explained away by saying that the one he used before wasn't a permanent one and Bones gave him one that was permanent. See more »

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Special Agent Seeley Booth: [reading the school sign aloud] Omnia Mea Mecum Porto. What does that mean: regular people stay out?
Dr. Temperance BrennanZack Addy: I carry with me all my things.
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Miles From Monterey (Bernie Remix)
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Class warfare
24 December 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The body of a student at a posh private school is found hanging from a tree. B&B aren't so sure it was a suicide, and pretty soon, with the help of Brennan's team, it's evident it wasn't. Sex tapes and something far worse turn out to be involved. Snooty school officials rub Booth, a public school grad, the wrong way. Brennan shows her usual lack of decorum and tact by letting the school head know that Booth doesn't like him. Truth is, Booth isn't much more tactful when he tells the guy he may just take him down to FBI HQ in handcuffs. A dark, early episode with more than its share of zingers and barbs. Booth is pushing for an access card to Brennan's lair while she's pushing for her own gun.


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