Bones: Season 9, Episode 7

The Nazi on the Honeymoon (4 Nov. 2013)

TV Episode  |  TV-14  |   |  Comedy, Crime, Drama
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Brennan & Booth are in Buenos Aires for their honeymoon. Brennan is not used to sitting idle so she takes Booth to a morgue, and she finds unidentified bones of a victim. She and Booth help the local police solve the crime.



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Episode credited cast:
Dr. Jack Hodgins (as TJ Thyne)
Dr. Leticia Perez (as Angela Alvarado Rosa)
Bianca Silva (as Lucila Sola)
Geoffrey Rivas ...
Ramon Alvarez
David Hal-El
Raphael Valenza
Old Woman
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Young Miguel Silva


While honeymooning in Buenos Aires, Brennan and Booth can't just relax on vacation. So, instead, they decide to help Raphael Valenza, a local detective and huge fan of Brennan's books, solve the murder of a Nazi war criminal whose remains were found in an historic mass grave. Meanwhile, back in Washington, D.C., Hodgins and Angela struggle to take care of Christine while Brennan and Booth are away. Written by Anonymous

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4 November 2013 (USA)  »

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Did You Know?


The stamp "Melmer" on the scrap of Nazi document found in the vault is a reference to SS-Hauptsturmführer Bruno Melmer, who headed the Finance Office (Amtskasse) of the SS-Command Office (SS-Hauptamt). As such, he was responsible for the transfer of gold and other valuables collected in concentration camps. See more »


There is some footage from Buenos Aires but the places where the characters are don't look like Buenos Aires at all. Buenos Aires is not a tropical city, it has no beaches or waterfalls, and if music is heard in the streets it will not be like the one shown. Only the song "Gracias a la Vida" by Mercedes Sosa has something to do with Argentina. And 60% of Argentinians are of Italian descent, so it is much more likely to find Italian surnames than Spanish ones. See more »


Raphael Valenza: You know I am curious: who is your favorite factual policeman? From who do you draw inspiration?
Special Agent Seeley Booth: Superman!
Raphael Valenza: With respect, Superman is not police
Special Agent Seeley Booth: Ah, but he still catches the bad guys!
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Gracias a la Vida
Written by Violeta Parra
Performed by Mercedes Sosa
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I feel insulted
9 June 2014 | by (Leeds, UK) – See all my reviews

As an Argentine I feel insulted by what American think of Argentina and its people, and to a certain extent of every Latin American person. Everything on this episode is SO wrong, the music, the accent, the places, the cars, the architecture, the people, event the license plate on the cars. Shame on you FOX and everyone involved in this episode. I really can't believe it. How about some tango or folklore instead of that rubbish music you pick for the episode, apart from song. The only thing that's right about the episode is the fact that a lot of Nazis fled to Argentina after the war. For a show where the main character prides herself of being accurate about every single little fact, you should have done some research!

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