Two days before Christmas Angela, who is dressed as an elf, wants everybody to join her for a Chistmas party. Bones seizes his only chance of escape when Booth gives her the kind of present he knows she likes. The present: a 50 year old corpse found in the atomic fallout shelter of a building where Congress lodges guests! When the bones are sawed open, a fungus causing life-threatening valley disease is unknowingly released. Hodgins takes his mask off to drink eggnog and everybody is subsequently quarantined indefinitely. They learns more about each other's personal backgrounds, notably that Booth has a 4 year old son, Parker, but no parental rights and Bones' parents disappeared on Chistmas Eve. Angela is determined to celebrate Christmas even though she's locked-up and exchanges hand-made gifts, with her relatives coming visit her behind glass. Meanwhile the corpse is fairly easily identified as a white-collar white man Lionel, who hoped to get married in Paris to his -illegal- ... Written by
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When Brennan is telling Angela about her Christmas with her brother, she mentions her brother was 19 and moved out west to work and she was put in the foster system. In an earlier episode she alluded to the fact that they separated her from her brother, which would have never happened as he was not in the system. See more
The first scene that shows Zach working on the bones (and Hodgins drinking eggnog), occurs between two scenes that show Brennan examining the still-clothed remains (prior to her asking him to clean them), and also between the scene where Hodgins pours his alcohol, and the one where he tries to take it to the party to spike the eggnog. See more
Special Agent Seeley Booth
Well, nothing brings people together like a Christmas lung fungus.
Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let It Snow
Written by Sammy Cahn
and Jule Styne
Performed by Brian Setzer See more