Award winning ad man Ross Dickson's corpse is found by prancing youngsters, buried in a public playground, beaten to death in a mysterious way. He was a member of a radical truth-society, which caused many conflicts in private and professional life. Encouraged by Bones, Wendell Bray follows his example to secure the extra hours only he needs desperately while Camille would divide them indiscriminately, a one-off success while the others explicitly prefer 'civilized untruthfulness'. Written by
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He insulted everyone: co-workers, clients. He even called the CEO of Burger Blaster a horse-faced buffoon. We lost 6 clients in 6 months.
Special Agent Seeley Booth
This guy have brain tumor or something?
Worse. Grew a conscience.
References The Jetsons