Bones: Season 1, Episode 2

The Man in the SUV (20 Sep. 2005)

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Bones is called on to identify the body of a suspected suicide car bomber.

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Bones is called on to identify the body of a suspected suicide car bomber.

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Angela Montenegro: [of Booth] I think he likes you. God, if I were you, I'd buy a ticket on that ride.
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At Least It Improved On The First Episode
25 December 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

More evidence that this forensic crime show is made mainly for twenty-somethings with the fake-hip dialog and fixations of romances/sex. If only they would just stick to the crime and the investigation!

When they do, it's good - and informative - but there so much of the crap - mainly scientists talking like immature high school kids with their dating and sex gossip, it's ludicrous. Also, for the second week in a row our feminine, ultra-intelligent female lead shows she can beat up every man. How stupid can you get???! Anyway, this was better than the pilot episode, which shows you how bad that one was.

This week, we an Arab being blown up in his car and taking a number of people with him. It looks like a terrorist act at first, but then it's determined somebody murdered him and set off a bomb under his car. Was it the man who was having an affair with his wife, or was it his brother or was it his wife. (It's one of those three.)

Evidence in the bones that shows a poison tips off the "good guys."


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