During Bones' stay in England, the daughter of an American businessman is murdered. The businessman insists that the FBI help with the case, so Booth and Bones investigate. Meanwhile, Angela's husband shows up at the Jeffersonian.
After doing a guest lecture at a British University, Dr. Brennan and Booth are asked to investigate the death of a young woman. Her father is a wealthy American businessman working in the U.K.. Their counterparts assist them in the investigation. Meanwhile Angela's husband arrives at the Jeffersonian, he is not interested in divorcing her.Written by
In this episode Scotland Yard gives Booth a bobble head Bobby, or policeman. It sits in his office for much of the rest of the series after this. See more »
Jeffersonian Institute is a place where forensic examinations are conducted and sensitive documents and evidence are stored. Non-authorized people would not be allowed into the working area and in rare exceptions to that rule, they would have been escorted at all times. Yet Grayson Barasa, a completely unknown person, is somehow allowed to enter and move freely around the secured area. See more »
Countless American TV series have done an episode or episodes set in England, so why not BONES? B&B head for England to lecture, and come across a grisly murder that leads to all sorts of complications as it involves royalty and mixed-up bloodlines. Just as they solve this case, a second murder comes up that delays their return. This one involves a professor and an archeology dig in Kensington. Meanwhile, back home Angela's husband shows up and all sorts of problems ensue. About half the episode seems to be focused on Angela. Normally, I wouldn't mind, as I like Angela, but this one gets soggy and soapy and drawn-out. I came to realize as of this episode that I am not as intrigued by Angela as I was originally. She's interesting, but not that interesting. Back in London, Booth can't get the hang of driving on the left. Where have we seen that before? Oh yes, in about 500 movies and TV shows.
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