Booth and Brennan investigate the death of Terence Bancroft, one of the Jeffersonian's major donors, found dead at home. But Hodgins compromises the case and the reputation of the lab when he removes some evidence that would link him to Bancroft's young wife Clarissa, the powerful Bancroft family, and to the case itself. Due to this, Brennan must make an important decision about her team. Meawnhile, Booth, although cleared by Dr. Wyatt to use his gun, must continue to meet with the psychiatrist. Also, Agent Sullivan invites Brennan out on a date to a basketball game for Valentine's Day. Written by
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During the court scene regarding the fungus, Angela says that "when the defendant punctured the victim's jugular, he nicked himself." Cam then states that this released the 'bacteria' into the victim's bloodstream. Bacteria and fungi are two entirely different things. Bacteria don't have a nucleus whereas fungi do. See more
Dr. Camille Saroyan
Postmortem the vicious attack on the victim continued.
Objection! Categorization of the attack as vicious is prejudicial.
Fourteen times a man was stabbed. How many stabs does it take to be vicious, exactly?
Tears and Laughter
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