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
Booth drives an Audi R8 in this episode. See more »
About 45 minutes into the episode, Dr. Saroyan enters the secure area of the lab (which requires the employee to swipe their ID card) to speak to Mr. Nigel-Murray and is shown putting her ID card away. The security device tones are not heard as she enters. A minute later, Dr. Hodgins approaches and the security device tones are heard as he enters and he is also shown putting his card away. See more »
After a body is discovered, the members of the team must figure out who and what happened to the poor man before his body disappears. Booth and Brennan work hard to discover just who is responsible.
There is a strange monkey that seems to live on a person's head, and Booth is enjoying his boy toys with a fancy car (a very funny non-couple moment at the end involves said car).
The lap dancing was a little too much for me...It was gross, especially since Brennan was all excited about watching this happen to Booth and I was a little grossed out with the TMI at the end of the scene.
Overall, a good episodes if a couple parts were taken out.
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