Remains are discovered by a newly wed couple after they literally take the plunge. The squints soon determine the identity of the victim, but discovering the cause of death presents ...
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Remains are discovered by a newly wed couple after they literally take the plunge. The squints soon determine the identity of the victim, but discovering the cause of death presents interesting dilemmas as a mysterious corrosive foam secreting from the bones is destroying the remains and causing the Jeffersonian's alarms go off with each test they try. Also, Bones tries to work on her interpersonal skills. Written by
Blue flames on the body, supposedly indicating diatomic gas burning. The elements forming diatomic gas at standard temp and pressure are hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen, fluorine, and chlorine... of which only hydrogen would make such flames. However such blue flames are also consistent with burning methane, ethane, methanol, ethanol, acetylene and many more chemicals. See more »
While Strawberry Lust is lap-dancing for Agent Booth, the money in her bra changes positions several times and disappears in at least one shot. See more »
At least forensic part of the story was much better than the last two episodes. But what we gained in science department, we lost in affairs. It seems that Brennan's character took a dive back to her stone age when she wasn't able to have emotions. Her stupid part took control of her logic and forced her to act childish. She wasn't definitely acting like the one we have seen improved through last seasons. Booth character is more close to what we have seen before with a little bit of comic stupidity and less control and punch lines. Specially his excitement over a monkey was a tad too childish. If bones moves more in this direction, it can expect to attract more teen fans and less adult which is revolutionary considering the age of its actors.
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