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The Doll in the Derby 

The dismembered body of a roller derby skater means Angela goes undercover at the rink to find more clues to the woman's murder. Elsewhere, Cam worries over the sheer number of doctor ... See full summary »

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Jack Hodgins (as TJ Thyne)
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Emily Kickinson / Susan Carroll
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The dismembered body of a roller derby skater means Angela goes undercover at the rink to find more clues to the woman's murder. Elsewhere, Cam worries over the sheer number of doctor appointments Booth is going to, and presses him for details. Written by Anonymous

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Writer Michael Peterson's daughter has Neurofibromatosis Type 2, and he wrote the disease into the storyline to raise awareness about the illness and it's incurable nature. He did an interview regarding this episode and NF2. See more »

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When Angela is auditioning for the Derby Dolls, her helmet goes from a hard light blue plastic that says "Smackey Kennedy" to darker blue soft cover with pink star. This switch happens a few times through out this scene. See more »

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References Mr. Wizard (1951) See more »

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NF type 2
9 July 2013 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

While I have a disagree that people are somehow luckier to have type 1 or it is not bad. I have had 28 surgeries for mine. I have had to both elbows and wrists re-constructed because the tumours on the nerves were so large the could not removed. Prior to these surgeries I was losing the use of my hands.

I have had a tumour the size of a grapefruit on my left buttock that has required 5 surgeries, including one that had a massive hemorrhage resulting in emergency blood transfusions.

Additionally, NF has been shown to be link to cancer. I had stage 3 testicular cancer, plus several basil-cell carcinomas.

I am glad you've had a smooth ride lizzywitch91. However as you get older, you will likely end up like me, needing dozens of surgeries, and possibly developing cancer. I pray you are spared.


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