Bones: Season 2, Episode 2

Mother and Child in the Bay (6 Sep. 2006)

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Booth seeks out the husband of a missing pregnant woman after her remains wash up onshore, but the suspect disappears. Meanwhile, Bones continues to clash with Cam, and Booth gets a visit from his ex.

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Dr. Jack Hodgins (as TJ Thyne)
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Karen Tyler
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Mary Corbis
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Kyle Richardson
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In Delaware bay, the decomposed corpse is found of Carlie Richardson, who had been missing for a year, her husband Kyle was released from custody because there was no evidence/body to convict him at that time. She was brutally beaten up and pregnant, but finding a fresh water fish proves that the body was moved. Booth meanwhile worries if his ex Rebecca Stinson's new boyfriend, Drew, is a good influence on their 4 year-old son Parker. Bones still mistrusts her new department chief Dr. Camille Saroyan. Kyle Richardson has fled, hitting his present girlfriend Karen Tyler, according to her to save her the risks of coming with him, she is soon caught on several lies. The evidence proves Kyle couldn't have done it; the corpse drifted naturally all the way from a creek in New Jersey. The evidence holds more surprises, such as a second baby. Written by KGF Vissers

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Jessica Capshaw appears as Agent Booth's (David Boreanaz) ex girlfriend, and mother of their son Parker. She and David Boreanaz both starred in the movie Valentine (2001) together. See more »

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(at around 15 mins) The group is talking about salt water and fresh water with the fish. Booth states that there is only "salt water" at the marina and that there is no "fresh water" nearby. However, we are told earlier the body was found on the Chesapeake Bay near the south-western area around Grafton, VA. That area of the Chesapeake Bay is composed of fresh, brackish, and salt water due to the three large fresh water rivers that empty into it. So, not only was the water more than likely brackish due to it being near the edge but there are three large rivers (the James, the York, and the Rappahannock) and several smaller ones, that could be the source of fresh water. See more »

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Dr. Camille Saroyan: Are you pregnant?
[Cam and Bones look at Booth]
Dr. Temperance 'Bones' Brennan: No, I'm not.
Special Agent Seeley Booth: Why are you looking at me?
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Bones deals with the remains of a woman whose body is found in the bay, along with the remains of an infant that turns out not to be hers. Booth goes in search of the husband, who has vanished. Things get even more complicated when it is discovered the woman did not die in salt water. And Bones clashes with Cam yet again. The plot line is based on the Lacey Peterson case. The killer is revealed a tad early, unfortunately. But this gives Bones an opportunity later to ponder the mysteries of motherhood. She has a great line when a group of moms try to explain to Booth the bonding that takes place between a mother and her child,.


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