When the Jeffersonian team investigates the death of a former Marine sergeant whose remains were found burned to a crisp, they discover that she was discharged after a fist fight with another Marine. When Booth and Sweets go to question the other Marine involved in the altercation, they learn that Deanna was obsessed with the idea of the apocalypse, which leads the team to a following of doomsday preppers who become key suspects in her death. Meanwhile, Sweets thinks he has landed his dream apartment but Brennan and Booth are not convinced that he will actually move out. Written by
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When Sweets moves out his new female roommates are "Chrissy" and "Janet"; like the 70's sitcom "Three's Company". See more
When the FBI interviews Carlene Blayney, a Marine, she says that she and Deanna met at "basic training". She also refers to Deanna as a "soldier". Marines refer to their initial training as boot camp or recruit training; "basic training" is a term common in the US Army. Additionally, no Marine would ever refer to themselves as a soldier. See more
References Three's Company
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