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The Truth in the Myth 

A TV show host who systematically exposed fraud and superstition is killed in a forest where he intended to disprove the existence of the Latin-American mythological 'goat-thief', at first ... See full summary »

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Jack Hodgins (as TJ Thyne)
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Nadine Tweed (as Jerrika D. Hinton)
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Lee Coleman (as Leigh J. McCloskey)
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Diane Michaels
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Kim
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Gary (as Chad Jamian Williams)
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Melissa Lawson
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A TV show host who systematically exposed fraud and superstition is killed in a forest where he intended to disprove the existence of the Latin-American mythological 'goat-thief', at first sight in the way the fable creature strikes. Suspects include parties he exposed but also professional rivals. Booth patiently sits trough Bones' pitiful attempt to practice humor and welcomes her explanation for his sole 'cryptozoological' encounter with an apparent yeti. Vincent's confessions and apologies as ninth AA program step somewhat shock his Jeffersonian colleagues. Written by KGF Vissers

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14 April 2011 (USA)  »

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Trivia

R.F. Daley, father of John Francis Daley (Doctor Lance Sweets), played Terry Bemis. See more »

Goofs

Vincent Nigel-Murray says he may go blind if he drank the ethyl alcohol from the bottle he is holding. Actually, it is methyl alcohol that causes blindness if ingested, not ethyl alcohol, which is drinkable. See more »

Quotes

Terry Bemis: I would point out that ever major advance in the history of science was at first dismissed as fairy tale or psuedo science.
Dr. Temperance 'Bones' Brennan: Cryptozoology starts with a concluson and then works backwards to prove it. That's the opposite of science.
Terry Bemis: I'm sorry, did you just come here to insult me and my work?
Dr. Temperance 'Bones' Brennan: No. I came here because you're a suspect in the murder of Lee Coleman.
Terry Bemis: [to the camera] And we'll be right back.
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References Jeopardy! (1984) See more »

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Written by The Crystal Method
Performed by The Crystal Method
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