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
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Near the end of the episode, in the scene in the diner where Bones and Brennan are talking over the case (before Cam arrives), everything outside the diner window is still at first, with a man standing with his back to the window and no cars moving. A few seconds later, everything is in motion, as if director was late with his cue. See more
Dr. Temperance 'Bones' Brennan
[refusing to watch what she says in front of a State Department rep who happens to be a little person, to Booth who *is* watching what he says
Even you don't want to say anything that will hurt his tiny feelings!
Bones Theme Song
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