Car junk yard robbers find a press-crushed wreck containing a corpse. It's identified as postmodernist 'crushing art' sculptor Geoffrey Thorne. Gallery owner Helen Bridenbecker claims that he planned to commit suicide by becoming part of his last sculpture, which can't be deconstructed until it's proven to be a murder case. His assistant and heir, Roxie Lyon, was Angela's lesbian partner at college. A 89th fracture on his skull proves he was first murdered. Suspects also include his rival, forger Lucas 'Anton Deluca' Denton. Sweets convinces Angela it's time to dare date again. Written by
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The ending song played during the credits was used for the first time in this episode. See more
When Brennan questions the legality of Booth picking a door lock he says if anyone asks, to say it was already open. However, under the law, anyone who enters property that he does not have a legal right to do, even if he walks in through a wide open door, is committing "breaking and entering", something an FBI agent would know. See more
So you brought me along. What can I do to help you?
Special Agent Seeley Booth
I want you to be an artist, okay? And uh, keep me from looking like an idiot.
Not positive I can do both.
Performed by Pete Murray See more