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Booth and Brennan investigate the death of a motorcycle racer, and when another seeming accident occurs on the track attention turns to the team owners and a reporter, meanwhile Dr. Sweets manipulates them into a "social outing" with him and his girlfriend.
A young couple frolicking in a natural reserve's hot mud spring freaks out, 'poked' by a skeleton, beaten to death but showing various series of older injuries. After reconstruction, it's identified as Tripp Goddard, the star of beverages tycoon Lenny Fitz's motorcycle racing team. While the Jeffersonian team finds it hard to determine even how many killers there were, Booth and Bones start searching for motives and opportunity, while agreeing to double-date at ceramics with Dr. Lance Sweets and his hyperactive girl April Presa, hoping to conclude their work relational therapy. Suspects include pit chief Garth Jodrey, who is in a wheelchair since an incident with Tripp, and Fitz's twin children: Danny succeeds as lead rider, Philippa has an affair with Tripp. A crucial contract is missing. Then another death occurs.
A pair of lovers stumble across a male skeleton in a muddy hot spring in the middle of a National Park. The investigation leads to famous Motorcycling family and multimillion dollar company. Meanwhile, Booth and Brennan are challenged by Dr. Sweets to spend an evening double dating with him and his girlfriend, doing an activity that means they won't just talk about work.
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