Elves find a rat-eaten Santa, skull smashed. The victim was the city's only permanent, obsessively devote Santa, Kris Kringle, who lived above a toy shop. Still, their was a criminal side to his generosity. Booth's mood is already miserable as Parker must spend this Christmas with his mother and her Coastguard friend. Prosecutor Christine's prank, in exchange for allowing a Brennan prison Christmas reunion, actually helps cheer everyone up.
Did You Know?
For some reason (likely a script error), prior to the first commercial break, Booth was entirely committed to believing the victim was the 'real' Santa, while Brennan was adamantly a nonbeliever. However, after the break, speaking to the victim's landlord, Booth is the nonbeliever and Brennan is joyfully following along with the guise of the 'real' Santa being their victim. See more
Right after bones visits her father and she and booth are in the car he does not have his hand near his head but in the next scene he is now rubbing his left side of his face. See more
Special Agent Seeley Booth
Ahhhhhh! Three days before Christmas and somebody kills Santa!
There is an extended kiss scene on the DVD with a longer, more intimate kiss. See more
References Miracle on 34th Street
Bones End Theme
Composed by Peter Himmelman See more