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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There is an Ambrosia Chocolate company, headquartered in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. It was founded in 1894, and continues to operate as a subsidiary of the W.R. Grace corporation, which bought the company in 1964. Ambrosia produces commercial and retail chocolate products at facilities in Milwaukee and Hazelton, Pennsylvania. The Ambrosia Chocolate Company, founded by Otto J. Schoenleber, opened for business in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA, in 1894. See more
Vincent Nigel-Murray says as a 'fun fact' that Milton Hershey the chocolate-maker was a Quaker, but in fact he was a Mennonite. Cadbury chocolate in England, however, was founded by John Cadbury, a Quaker. See more
Dr. Jack Hodgins
But we have to melt the chocolate in order to get any information from the bones.
Yeah. But first we can cut out these sections until we discover a way to extract the gas trapped in the bubbles.
Dr. Camille Saroyan
Excellent. Do it. Mr. Nigel-Murray if I didn't have any self-control I would kiss you.
Dr. Jack Hodgins
...No interesting facts off that?
Yeah, yeah. In fact, the-the satisfaction that human beings take from fantasizing is - is directly related - No. I don't. No facts.