When human remains are discovered in the world's largest chocolate bar, a "sweet" event for a candymaker quickly turns bitter. As eccentric chocolate factory owner Jimmy Walpert deals with ...
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When human remains are discovered in the world's largest chocolate bar, a "sweet" event for a candymaker quickly turns bitter. As eccentric chocolate factory owner Jimmy Walpert deals with the tragedy, the team soon discovers that the victim was a mysterious character whose past is full of secrets, lies and love affairs. Meanwhile, Cam struggles with her daughter's decision to attend a university that fails to meet her high standards, and Hodgins asks Angela to arrange a party to announce her not-so-secret pregnancy. Written by
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This episode is so good. A girl in a candy bar? Such a good idea.
In this episode, a chocolate company made the world's largest chocolate bar. When they open it, whilst being filmed by news crews and in front of children, a woman is found. That's right. In the candy bar. Made me go off of chocolate for, well, only like a day, but still. The factory owner deals with the tragedy, but the team finds out that the girl found, is a mysterious character. Meanwhile, Cam struggles decision to attend college that fails to meet her very high standards. And Hodgins asks Angela to plan a party to announce her not-so-secret pregnancy.
Overall, I give this episode an 8 out of 10.
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