Suspected serial killer Christopher Pelant, the computer genius, clearly hopes to avoid trial by completely discrediting the Jeffersonian team. Playing on their emotions, each in turn is trapped to commit undeniable, often illegal errors, leading to their dismissal as witness or even suspension from duty, as happens with Booth. Given implicit threats to baby Christine and mounting evidence against Bones herself in the murder of her detained mentor Dr. Ethan Sawyer, Max makes a convincing case she would better disappear until the case is cleared. Written by
Did You Know?
When Pelant replaces the alarm clock, the time is 4:47, the same as in "The Beginning of the End" and in "A Hole in the Heart". See more
The ceremony depicted at the end of the episode is not a Catholic baptism, in keeping with Booth's beliefs. In the Catholic Church, new babies are baptized, not christened, and the ceremony requires the attendance of Godparents who take a vow to see to the baby's religious education. See more
Ya know, I hope Cam is happy. If she had just kept things to herself, we wouldn't be in this position.
Angela! You listen to me on this subject! All of us did what Pelant expected, *except* for Cam. Because of her, you squints are all still in this, which Pelant fears above all else. As long as the Jeffersonian stays in the game, the good guys live to fight another day. My opinion? Cam Saroyan is the hero of this story so far. You hear what I'm sayin', chere?
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[Bones inspects bones. Pallant works on a device.] See more