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The Double Death of the Dearly Departed 

While attending a coworker's funeral, Brennan realizes that he was murdered rather than dying of natural causes and begins covertly investigating his death.

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Jack Hodgins (as TJ Thyne)
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Franklin Tung
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Helen Reilly
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Anne Reilly
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Barney Reilly
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Amy Valeska
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Erin Miller
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Dr. Jonah Amayo
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Traci Nishimura
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While attending the wake of a coworker who reportedly died of natural causes, Bones notices something that causes her to believe he was actually murdered. But a judge will not allow her to confirm her suspicions. Now they must covertly investigate his death. Written by Jesse Sanchez

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20 April 2009 (USA)  »

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Trivia

With Booth being a recovering gambling addict, he should not have been participating in Hank's underground fantasy football league. See more »

Goofs

When Angela is questioning Booth about the disappearance of Hank's body, she incorrectly refers to the casket as a coffin. See more »

Quotes

Angela Montenegro: Hey, you stole the body?
Special Agent Seeley Booth: No. No. No. No. We didn't steal it, you see? We *borrowed* it. Okay? Cam and Bones think it was translated.
Angela Montenegro: Uh, what?
Special Agent Seeley Booth: Translated. It's code for murder. That's how we're saying it today. Translated.
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Swing Low Sweet Chariot
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Written by Wallis Willis
Lyrics by Henry Thacker Burleigh
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Silly and Funny
30 July 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is a silly episode that kept me laughing. When Brennan pays her respects to a dead co-worker, she accidentally touches him and immediately determines he was murdered. (Only Brennan!) Through this episode, the gang must investigate without letting the funeral guests know what's going on.

There are a lot of funny scenes here. Probably my favorite was Booth leading the group of mourners in a very chipper song.

At the end of this episode, Booth and Brennan have a morbid, yet cute, scene where they discuss what to do if Booth dies.

They all did a great acting job!


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