Bones: Season 2, Episode 1

The Titan on the Track (30 Aug. 2006)

TV Episode  |  TV-14  |   |  Comedy, Crime, Drama
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An investigation into a train wreck that claimed three lives, one of them a U.S. senator. In other events, Brennan clashes with the new boss, Dr. Camille Saroyan, who has a romantic history with Booth.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Dr. Jack Hodgins (as TJ Thyne)
Lisa Supac
Rick Turco
Brianna's Lawyer
Timothy Landfield ...
Daniel Burrows
Mitchell Downs
Mr. Hobbes
Brianna Lynch
Dr. Lawrence
Eddie Bean


Bones meets Dr. Camille 'Cam' Saroyan, an ex of Booth and recently created the first-ever head of forensics at the Jeffersonian, at the site of a train/car crash with three fatalities, including US senator Paula Davis and Wall Street tycoon Warren Lynch, who was dead at least six hours earlier, and whose firm Lynchpin International was about to face SEC proceedings, likely to make his stock plummet - an opportunity for stock short-selling worth many millions. Lynch was also on Mexican heroin with the boosting narcotic fentanyl and found out as serially unfaithful by his wife Brianna. Lynch's P.I. Rick Turco says he was hired to investigate a yet unknown blackmailer. Booth traces the heroin to petty dealer Eddie Bean. Vince McVicar, the pig farmer who killed Bones' mother, is himself murdered in jail; his killer admits to have been hired by her own father, Max Keenan. Zack and Angela find the Lynch corpse is actually not his, dental records were expertly falsified; shortly thereafter ... Written by KGF Vissers

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Dr. Goodman's absence from the show is explained as him taking a two month sabbatical. See more »


When arriving on the scene of the train wreck, Brennan puts her hair in a ponytail twice - once in the wide shot and once in the closeup. See more »


Special Agent Seeley Booth: Been out to your mother's grave?
Dr. Temperance Brennan: No. Why would I?
Special Agent Seeley Booth: To connect.
Dr. Temperance Brennan: She's dead, Booth. Dead, as in 'gone from this world'.
Special Agent Seeley Booth: You know what? Fine. Forget it.
Dr. Temperance Brennan: Excuse me. I'm curious. Do you talk to the headstone? I mean, what do you say?
Special Agent Seeley Booth: It looks like I'm talking to the headstone, but what I'm really saying is--Forget where the words are directed. What I say is that I remember them.
Dr. Temperance Brennan: They can't hear you, because they're dead.
Special Agent Seeley Booth: My mouth moves, words come out, but none seem to get across the drawbridge to ...
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Be Here Now
Performed by Ray Lamontagne
(played when Bones finds the dolphin at her mother's grave)
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Nice introduction episode of Dr. Camille Saroyan
14 October 2009 | by (Japan) – See all my reviews

I found this series interesting from the beginning of season one and have seen many of the season one episodes. Here in Tokyo, this series is shown as a late late show starting from 3:10AM on Wednesday night (Thursday morning) and most of the time I recorded it to watch on the weekend, whenever I remembered. All of the cast are very attractive and good, and most of the stories were good. Still, it did not give me the urge to remember to see all. The reason, I myself did not realize until seeing this season two starter, was that the relationships between the characters were just " push" and "pull" ( I don't know a good English expression). Sam Cullen played by John M. Jackson, I though, was the guy to bundle the team, but was not even a regular cast. As for Dr. Goodman, I didn't even notice that he was a boss. I was getting a little tired of seeing this "making of mannerism" series but gave it a try last night which was this season two starter. Dr. Camille Saroyan is a great character to "catch and release" the difficult and unique characters (sorry again, I don't know a good expression) and also seems to become a strong and reliable boss. Of course this is because of the very talented Ms. Tamara Taylor, whom I have seen for the very first time, and makes me wonder how deep the American TV industry is to bring in such a wonderful but unknown (sorry!) actor to this show. I am urged to see all the episodes from now on.

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