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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When Hodgins is examining the photo frames, the writing we see on the back of the photo he's removing does not match the writing we see on the close up. See more
Objection. Assuming facts not in evidence.
What do you mean? The defendant has every needle disease in the book, except HIV.
Same objection. Plus Miss Julian seems to deeply desire to testify herself.
Yes, I would like to testify, because then I'd know what answers I was getting.
Alright, settle down. This is a murder trial, not a night at the Improv.
Tears and Laughter
Performed by Jonathan Czerwick See more