Bones: Season 9, Episode 11

The Spark in the Park (6 Dec. 2013)

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The team works to find out why a promising young gymnast was murdered, while Cam confronts an identity thief.

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Widower physics professor Leon Watters infuriates Booth by apparently stoically continuing a mathematical reasoning when told his daughter Amanda's corpse was found and struck by lightning, Bones however understands from experience. Amanda was an envied top gymnast, which could account for abundant bruises just as well as abuse. She recently disappeared with a cello prodigy, her mate in escapist drug abuse. Arastoo patiently insists Cam should not seek revenge on the former dorm-friend who stole her identity and drained her credit but enjoy regaining her life. Written by KGF Vissers

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Tired of the moralizing and self absorption
12 December 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

SPOILERS--I think. Being cautious. Again, the main characters are lecturing us. Cam realized that she shouldn't be vengeful and screw full justice. She learned it from her Muslim finance because, as we all know, it is a religion of peace and the fiancé is another flipping Gandhi. Almost as bad as episode uncovering the first racist hate crime. And who was the raciest? Yep, modern man and the Neanderthals were docile peace loving defenseless downtrodden people. (They were not.) Also fed up with the long convoluted stories centered around main characters with kidnapping, running from being framed, obsession with a murdered mother, Gormagon (remember that turd?) If I wanted soaps, I'd watch good ones, not this drivel. Writers should stick to GOOD murder cases, forensics, detective work, etc. Any show short of that and we are now flipping the channel. Sometimes don't watch for weeks.Sigh.


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