Mailman Steve Rifton's corpse is found in frying fat, hence extremely decayed over two weeks. He was reported missing for three months. The highly intelligent man's passion was the computer game Punky Pong. He recently lost the world record, which was bitterly contested. Both motive and means require several theories based on forensic findings until things start fitting. Meanwhile Jeffersonian intern Colin Fischer gets three Avatar tickets, which also excites Hodgins and Sweets, so they cover for each-other to take turns standing in line for the best seats. Colin's tent however offers an unexpected alternative 'entertainment' for two. Written by
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The video game "Punky Pong" is based on the original arcade game "Donkey Kong". The character of Billy Gabel is an exaggerated version of the original world record holder, Billy Mitchell. The plot is an alternative version of the documentary "The King of Kong: A Fistful of Quarters", documenting one man's attempt at the world record. See more
Bones inserts just one quarter in the arcade game but a two-player game starts. See more
Look man, I didn't have to kill him. I have a nice rack, cute ass. I can wipe out *anyone* at Punky Pong.
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