Bones: Season 1, Episode 15

Two Bodies in the Lab (15 Mar. 2006)

TV Episode  |  TV-14  |   |  Comedy, Crime, Drama
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After Bones narrowly avoids being shot while on the way to a blind date, the shooter is thought to be connected to one of two murders she's investigating: one of mob boss James Cugini, the other a victim of serial killer Kevin Hollings.

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Bones is shot at but manages to duck outside the restaurant where she was waiting for banker David Simmons, whom she only knew yet from a chat site. Booth personally guards her, also a chance to explore her home and private life a bit, while they try to work out which case made her so hated, even scarier as it looks someone slipped into the Jeffersonian to doctor evidence, so the stress peeks, but the team's forensic excellence remains. The most recent cases are the murders of famous mob boss James Cugini, handled by Booth's FBI colleague Special Agent Jamie Kenton, and Penny Hamilton, a student, whose corpse was devoured by dogs as an apparent addition to the sadistic MO of Kevin Hollings, a brilliant, slick but psychotic researcher, who wasn't even charged in a similar case which Booth failed to close years ago. Then Booth is wounded by a bomb in Bones' apartment... Written by KGF Vissers

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The restaurant where Bones almost gets shot is Nolita, the stage of another show FOX aired that year, Kitchen Confidential (2005). One of its cast members John Francis Daley would later join the show in Bones: The Secret in the Soil (2007). See more »

Goofs

When Dr Goodman is examining the Roman disc, he is using the inspection magnifier the wrong way round. We can see the illumination switch and the movement handle on the viewer's side of the lens. OK, we might not have got the effect of Goodman's big investigative eye looking at the specimen if they'd done it the other way, but in what is essentially a police procedural story there must be a lifelike/invented line drawn somewhere? See more »

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Dr. Temperance 'Bones' Brennan: Sorry, Booth. It should be me lying in that bed.
Special Agent Seeley Booth: I'm fine. You know, I... I don't even know if... if I have to stay here, you know?
Dr. Temperance 'Bones' Brennan: You got blown up.
Special Agent Seeley Booth: I've been worse.
Dr. Temperance 'Bones' Brennan: You have burns, lacerations, two broken ribs, greenstick fracture of the clavicle...
Special Agent Seeley Booth: Okay, I got blown up.
[pathetically]
Special Agent Seeley Booth: Can you hand me one of the puddings?
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Written by Martin L. Gore
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11 January 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I have to say I love when people from previous shows come together on another project. I have enjoyed David's work since BTVS, and then Angel. I laughed when I saw who was playing Hodgins, because he was a lawyer on Angel who was seen two or three times. In this episode, Adam Baldwin, who was the creepy liaison on Angel is doing a guest spot! He's creepy in this one too, but I love to see the old cast members in a new series. Can we possibly hope that Sarah Michelle Gellar or one of her Buffy cohorts might make an appearance? That would be a dream come true! The chemistry between David and Emily is palpable, and I am on the edge of my seat anytime something remotely romantic happens, as in this episode. Now if only Zack got a love interest, things would really be flying at the Jeffersonian! I miss Jonathan Adams, but Tamara Taylor is a great addition!


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