The two B's are called to the Florida Everglades to investigate a human arm found in an alligator. Before they arrive, Booth is so irritated by an ice-cream cart's nagging 'music' that he shoots the clown-shaped loudspeaker; the FBI sends him to frightfully erudite and suave British psychotherapist Dr. Gordon Wyatt's home, where the perfectionist control freak's professional and private frustrations, including Epps's fatal balcony fall, are handled in a frustrating and yet calming way, while building a garden barbecue... Meanwhile Bones continues with Special Agent Tim 'Sully' Sullivan, whose apparent lack of interest and dedication makes her appreciate their friend and colleague Booth more, decides to ship the whole alligator to the Jeffersonian for examination and learns about Sully's varied qualifications and other options in life besides an FBI career, unlike totally focused Booth. Medical records of the missing Everglades kids who recklessly come close to alligators identify the ... Written by
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The FBI agent working on the case while Booth is dealing with shooting the ice cream truck clown explains when they serve the search warrant, "You can only admit evidence in plain view." In fact, a search warrant gives authorities the right to search wherever the evidence they are seeking reasonably would be found within the location being searched. A "plain view" restriction would be highly unusual. See more
Special Agent Seeley Booth
[Regarding Epps and Bones
He jumped over the balcony because of her. Sometimes I think he had the right idea.
References Space: 1999
The Daring Young Man on the Flying Trapeze
Written by George Leybourne
and Gaston Lyle
Played by the Ice Cream Truck See more