An explosion at a hotel has the team exploring drug cartel connections and struggling with diplomatic immunity.

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Jack Hodgins (as TJ Thyne)
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Judge Dolores Ramos
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Jill Winokur
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Antonio Ramos
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Juan Ramos (as Carlos LaCamara)
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An explosion next to a cocktail party kills several participants to an international drug cartel fight conference. The fatal victims include a priest, an Ecuadorian prosecutor and, in smithereens, waitress Lisa Winnaker, who turns out to have been raped and murdered before the explosion, which was not a bomb but probably surprised the arsonist. Lisa dated Colombian judge Dolores Ramos's boisterous son Antonio, who also enjoys diplomatic immunity, a privilege jealously 'babysitted' by State Department official Alex Radswell, a midget who according to Bones abuses sympathy. Because of pins in his arms Antonio couldn't commit the stabbing; but he is not the only Ramos involved... Written by KGF Vissers

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An individual cannot waive his/her own diplomatic immunity. An individual does not "own" their immunity. Diplomatic immunity may only be waived by the person's home government. See more »

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Zack Addy: [about the explosion experiment] I don't understand what happened.
Dr. Jack Hodgins: [excited] Ohh, you know what that proves?
Angela Montenegro: That you guys are idiots?
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Nothing real surprising in this episode
14 July 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

There's not really much to say about this episode. Booth and Bones investigate an explosion in a night club. The reason for murder is pretty simple. Booth enlists Hodgins to do something that's right up his alley. Hodgins continues to drop hints that he wants to date Angela. Angela is giving him a hard time, but it's obvious where she wants this to go.

Booth and Cam are trying to keep their sexual relationship a secret. Oh, I hope this is short-lived (I can't remember exactly how long it happens...). I still think Cam is too demanding - especially when she gets onto Angela for sending Booth the drawing of the skull...

Booth and Brennan work so well together. In the end, Brennan questions Booth's decision but then stands up for him and wonders if can truly trust Cam.

I think Brennan is a bit harsh with the things she said to the agent from the state department...


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