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The Nazi on the Honeymoon 

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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Jack Hodgins (as TJ Thyne)
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Dr. Leticia Perez (as Angela Alvarado Rosa)
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Bianca Silva (as Lucila Sola)
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Ramon Alvarez
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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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Michael and Christine appear to be approximately the same age, when Michael is actually many months older than Christine. See more »

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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 »

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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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Totally ignorance from the makes of this episode.
1 January 2014 | by (Argentina) – See all my reviews

EVERY SINGLE THING in this episode is WRONG!. Im tired of US showing Argentina like we are a bunch of Mexicans who speak like Mexican and live in a tropical climate...

Just looking first 10 minutes:

Buenos Aires is depict with sunny beaches and blue sea. Buenos Aires city has no beaches, is a template region with humidity winters and summers and no one chose it as a vacation's destiny. Hundreds of KM to the south there is the Atlántic Coast vacation's city's, with gray and very cold water even in summer. And the sand is brown.

The music!!!. WTF!!!. Buenos Aires is the born place of Tango!!!, and yet they show like Argentina is a tropical country where there is merengue and salsa everywhere?!!!. WE ARE NOT LIKE CARIBEANS NOR CENTRAL Americans, NOTHING IN COMMON. People here listen Rock (international and national, the only real rock in Latin America), tango, traditional folklore some and the low mass cumbia.

The morgue... WTF again... you think that only United States has machines?... any forensic morgue is equipped with modern machines... despite US ignorance thinking Argentina is like Juarez city, we are a highly developed country compared to any other nation in the region and we have access to any kind of technology... for all the gods, an expensive NASA instrument is in an Argentina built satellite and Australia has a nuclear reactor built by Argentine INVAP, Canadian hydro electrical plants use giant generator built by Argentine company IMPSA.

The people... always showing Mexicans look like as Argentina is like Mexico... 80% of population of Argentina is white, 64% pure Europeans, and the mestizos in our population are nothing alike Mexicans. You walk in any street of Argentina an you will see more white proportion than in NY. Is not a racist thing, but i don't like that the movies and TV shows Argentina as we all are Mexicans.

The speak... WE Don't SPEAK LIKE THE OTHER LATINS, we ARE COMPLETELY Different IN SPEECH, our slang is more rich and wide thanks to Italian, polish, English, German, french, Russian, Sirya immigrants. And we talk in IMPERATIVE way, to us, the rest of Latin Americans seems too weak in their way of talk, we speak like giving orders. We want say "puedes pasarme eso, por favor" (can you give me that please) we would say "dáme eso" (give me that). We don't say "tú", we say VOS, etc, etc, etc. Rioplatense castillian is a very different and complex dialect.

The police... in Argentina police dress in black and dark blue... not in light brown...

The "desaparecidos". They are called disappeared cause they are in the situation, the military junta disappeared em, you cant find em, they are gone forever. The terrorist and the suspected or opositor people was disappeared in many ways, some of them is trowing em to the sea from air force cargo planes, you will never find em. Others were simply converted in pig food or ashes, you cant find em, thats why they are disappeared...

And this is just in the first minutes.

I like Bones but this chapter really drove me mad.


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