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?
The security guard, Marty Moussa, is identified as an Egyptian. He says that he's Coptic, and they celebrate Christmas. It is true that Copts observe Christmas, but they use the Orthodox calendar and many Orthodox Christians actually celebrate Christmas on January 7 rather than December 25. A minority of Copts, however, are Catholic, and they follow the Roman Catholic calendar. It is likely that Moussa is Coptic Catholic. See more
In the driving scene after Brennan and Booth visit the Santas, the neckline of Booth's jumper changes between shots. In some shots you can see most of his shirt collar, but in others the jumper covers all but the top of his collar. See more
Dr. Temperance 'Bones' Brennan
[after kissing Booth
It was like kissing my brother.
You sure must like your brother.
Special Agent Seeley Booth
There is an extended kiss scene on the DVD with a longer, more intimate kiss. See more
References Miracle on 34th Street
Santa Claus is Coming to Town
Written by J. Fred Coots
and Haven Gillespie
Performed by Michael Kisur See more