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The Finder 

Sam Nozik's beetles-eaten corpse in a Florida glade is identified from his acrylic eye. He worked in a Miami museum, from which a treasure map to a Spanish galleon was stolen. Booth ... See full summary »

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Jack Hodgins (as TJ Thyne)
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Lance Sweets (credit only)
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Ike Latulippe
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Brittany Stephenson
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Rosalind Bassa
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Lambert Chaisson
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Sam Nozik's beetles-eaten corpse in a Florida glade is identified from his acrylic eye. He worked in a Miami museum, from which a treasure map to a Spanish galleon was stolen. Booth grudgingly allows his superstitious former foreign army tour acquaintance Walter Sherman (and his team of two) to use his 'tracing gift' to find and retrieve the treasure. They do, after consulting bishop Edward Galano on period navigation, and find the corpse, but meanwhile the diver herself has been murdered too. Booth meanwhile comes to terms with his grudge against Walter as 'insensitive' MP. Written by KGF Vissers

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This episode served as a "backdoor pilot" for the 2012 TV series The Finder (2012) which starred two of the guest stars in this episode, Geoff Stults and Michael Clarke Duncan. See more »

Quotes

Ike Latulippe: You know, we don't understand why you choose to remain handicapped.
Leo Knox: How is he handicapped? He can find anything.
Ike Latulippe: And he's so paranoid he can't enjoy a simple cup of coffee.
Walter Sherman: How is it paranoia when my best friends are *actually* conspiring behind my back?
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References It's a Wonderful Life (1946) See more »

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Terrible, awful, incredibly disappointing.
22 April 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This episode really demonstrated for me how terrible Bones has become over the past season. I used to absolutely love Bones; it was the rare quirky, smart, and heartfelt show that could also be charming and hilarious. Now, Bones is just a vehicle for product placements. I really feel that this episode was basically just another product placement, although this time it was for a different show. But who CARES about this other show? When Bones viewers watch Bones, they want to see BONES characters. I felt like the stupid Finder and his team did not mesh well with the Bones staff at all, and the insinuation of a possible relationship between Bones and the Finder is frankly just insulting to all Bones fans. We've waited so long for Booth and Bones to get together, and now this crap? Seriously. I'm so over it. Although I have debated for a long time about just giving up on this show, this episode just pushed me over the edge. So long, Bones. I'm sorry it had to end this way, but your horrible writing and constant product pushing has disappointed me for the last time.


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