Construction workers find a rat-eaten, naked, stabbed body. The knee-caps were surgically removed, and sent by mail to Bones, loaded with Gormogon (extinct secret cannibalistic society) clues. It's Douglas Cooper, vicar-general of Washington D.C.'s archbishop Stephen Wallace, on sabbatical to write an esoteric book on pagan rites and early Christianity. The anti-masonic Gormogon symbolism spells an incredibly complex clues cascade Zach relishes in, and reveals the work of a second, much older killer, who apprenticed the dead one. Booth brings in Sweets, who proves smart and helpful in the ensuing, dangerous battle of wits. Written by
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Temperance ("Bones") says that Amy should call a Dr. Leo Getz. Leo Getz was Joe Pesci's character's name in the Lethal Weapon series. See more
Booth claims to know Latin because he was an altar boy. It is true that Catholic church largely discontinued Latin masses in 1965 (i.e. at least a decade before Booth could have become an altar boy) and most altar boys did not learn the Latin language but rather memorized the prayers by rote, but it has been stated before that Booth does not know Latin. His knowledge of few words (especially those similar to their English counterparts) could have been acquired incidentally. See more
How stupid do you think I am?
Dr. Temperance Brennan
At the moment, very, very stupid.
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